I have two words that should sound loud and clear in all of your ears:
Yes, this is where all the dirt is, I'm afraid.
Hillary Clinton has consistently platformed on a campaign promise of "universal health care if elected", to where all Americans will have the same
standard, free health care, and I am unsure as to whether premium services will still exist as optional choices, most likely they would, but I don't
know her policy that precisely well. The point here is sharp and it is easy to understand. You'll soon see why this was posted in the NWO forum.
As it stands now, the public is down in morale, down in cash, and generally just in a rut all around, overall. some pinpoint economical sectors are
doing good, some pinpoint locations are doing well, but the majority are finding it much tougher, the "economy boost" package being passed through
the house and senate should prove that point.
Not only this, but the American people are largely dissatisfied with the health care system in general, the varying levels of quality, usually low
quality, for huge prices. People having to pawn off everything they own to afford treatments for life threatening diseases and illnesses. Families
going into debt for a decade over Dad's triple heart bypass surgery, the examples are endless and many. Now, I'm not trying to bum you out, or rag
unnecessarily on the health system, but it is what it is. Again, some pinpoint locations have excellent health care for the price and excellent
alternatives for payment plans and all that. But again, the majority of the states of the union do not have spiffy health care whatsoever.
Which brings me to my point: the one thing to unite us all, mostly by necessity to live and be relatively okay and healthy, instead of being in
deterioration from illness or disease, or needing a treatment or operation. Think of how often we all need to go see a Doctor for one reason or
another throughout our lives. Think of those who need medications prescribed, like diabetics, just to stay alive? There's no alternative to it is
there, insulin or death right? Well, I'm not trying to get into a diabetes conspiracy on whether people have slowly been given foods and products
that cause this diseases faster or anything like that, but the point stands that you do need insulin to live. My Father died last summer from a
diabetes related organ failure incident. He was 57.
So the one thing to unite us all, and we all need, is health care. If we are also not happy with the state of health care, we want change. All the
dominos are lined up and ready to go. Now how do you suppose a strong Federal Government, headed by Clinton, could institute a nationwide free health
care for everyone
without instituting some new form of identification, specifically identification with biological and otherwise unique
information on it, being that its used for medical purposes?
I'm sure that you see where I am going with this, but it isn't far fetched, and it could very well happen if these things come to pass. I don't
know if it would be RFID chips, or if it would be having a chip on a card with all your biological unique information on it, or if it would be a
Federal Database System with every single citizen in the entire nation of the United States of America's
personal information in it, possibly
including but not limited to your unique biological information, background information, any and all illnesses, your address, your credit history and
criminal history, etc. And what happens if you refuse the form of identification or the submission to the database? You can't get health care. You
die somehow, someday, from something. Opposition slowly and quietly taken care of already. "You dont HAVE to take it" they'll say .. because they
know you'll likely end up dieing because of the rising cost of health care and the future calamities to come. Suppose the Bird Flu mutated and humans
were spreading it, and this nationwide health care system became essential to receive the vaccine, would you not accept it? if you didnt, who else
wouldnt? hardly anyone.
Now what the usage of this would be is obvious. At first, its control and invasion of privacy and personal information. Later on, it becomes a self
sufficient system of administering mandatory "vaccines" and other medicines on ALL of the public. Any and all secret tests that have been performed
unknowingly on people in the past by Government funded research through regular Hospitals would continue with no knowlege of it or opposition to it.
If it was a type of chip under the skin, or a chip on a card with all you biological and personal info, along with a database entry with all the same
info, alongside everyone else in the nation, either way we'd be very well closer to being completely and utterly controlled. I'm sure you could only
imagine the implications.. it's insane.
This isn't a plug, but Barack Obama's health plan is strikingly different. He is not trying to create a nationwide health care system for all, and
this shows obviously that he is not the one that is actively pushing the NWO agenda. Hillary is, very sneaky indeed, at first thought, universal
health care sounds awesome to the average poor person, or the middle class family scraping by. I present to you evidence from the most recent
"The toughest choice in politics comes between politicians who are basically in agreement -- it comes down to trivialities. It's easier to decide
when the differences are deep and profound -- and the polls reflect that. Most of their supporters could go either way," he said.
Perhaps the biggest difference in their platforms is their stance on health care.
Clinton favors mandated individual health insurance coverage for all Americans. Obama proposes a national health insurance program for
individuals who do not have employer-provided health care and who do not qualify for other existing federal programs.
"I believe absolutely, passionately that we must have universal health care. It is a moral responsibility and a right for our country," Clinton
said, adding that her plan is similar to that of former Sen. John Edwards, who dropped out of the race Wednesday.
His name came up frequently, as both candidates were fighting to pick up his supporters.
"It is true we've got a policy difference," said Obama. "What [people are] struggling with is they can't afford the health care, and so I
emphasize reducing costs. My belief is that if we make it affordable, if we provide subsidies to those who can't afford it, they will buy it."
Notice that Obama's idea is not mandated for all, but merely there
for those who need it, in fact, you may have to qualify for it. My friends,
we can go on and on and present all the evidence of the Bush and Clinton families being buddy buddy, that Hillary Clinton goes to the Bilderberg
meetings, that really
despite different parties its the same animal. In the sense that the agendas of the elite, those who have been
controlling the world agenda up to this very day, will continue to do so through her. And I will not add much religious talk in here because this is
not the forum for it, but I truly fear that we could be living in Babylon, and she could be the Harlot, Mystery Babylon, if this takes place.
Revelation calls it, and I quote this directly from the Book of Revelation, "the whore that sitteth upon many waters". Waters are always a direct
reference to people
, almost any Theist will tell you this when speaking of Abrahamic texts.
If what we feel and think is true is indeed truth, the next President has already been decided before this election race primary officially began.
Time will only tell, but if these things come to pass, remember that you read this, and watch very carefully, because it would mean the process of
total domination will have been kicked up into a higher gear. I'm interested as always what you folks have to say about this, and I know the Clinton
fans out there might not like this, and I apologize. If the nominee in question was .. Ted Kennedy (lol), I'd call him out on it as well. Thank you
for reading, and good luck.
[edit on 1/31/2008 by runetang]