The plan is in high gear for humane human endings.
State of Murder
As Montana enters 2015 Legislators are considering a plethora of proposed legislation to carry our the international mandate of killing from cradle to grave of human beings from the time they are conceived (abortion), through life to avert suffering, and the elderly.
In 2009, the Montana Supreme Court made a decision in the case of Baxter v. Montana in state law prohibits physician-assisted suicide and that patient consent might well protect a physician from killing his patients. In other states such as Washington, Oregon, and Vermont only two ‘physicians’ are needed to decide that your life is over.
Pro-death supporters are now rallying in Montana to codify murder. The proposed legislation is couched for the ‘terminally ill’ but language is vague, with enough loopholes to murder anyone for any reason
Each human being’s days are numbered by God and the States who have passed this dreadful legislation, and those including Montana considering codifying murder, which is an abomination.
How much is the going rate to execute you if you are young, old, or vulnerable? The medication to end your life is only $80 while the cost and burden of inconveniently keeping you alive, when the system wants you dead, can cost millions.
Depopulation of the Masses
No sooner had America expelled prayer out of schools when the first Panel of Euthanasia (POE) was established and guidelines determined for those who would carry out euthanasia. Those guidelines are now in their 8th revision. Extermination by species has been perfected within multifaceted disciplines. Over time methods of termination, physiologic and behavioral responses, effects of those performing and observing, as well as economic feasibility and environmental impacts of annihilation would be examined and codified.
Dr. Steven Leary who sits on the Panel on Euthanasia describes the guidelines as a “living document” that can be updated as necessary to “reflect novel insights into pain, neurobiology, cognition, and behavior.”
“Neuroscience is showing we’re closer to animals than we realize,” Dr. Niemi said.
“I believe we’re going to see more and more public perception of animals either as humans or humanlike,” he added. It is a realistic statement given that three years ago the World Medical Association (WMA) and the World Veterinarian Associations (WMA) merged into one discipline with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding in Bangkok, Thailand. Scientific publications are fixated on the disgusting practice of cross-species chimeras.
Life in the Balance
It was determined in 2013 by the Panel of Euthanasia that euthanasia,humane slaughter, and depopulation are “distinct activities conducted in different environments with correspondingly different consideration on how they are handled”. The final document for this protocol was expected in December 2014 in full harmonization with international guidelines.
International Depopulation Harmonization
The United Nations has been involved in developing the Stamping Out Manual since 2001. Their first policy handbook contained the foundation upon which the scientific community has built upon since that time.
In 2005 the Stamping Out Manual was included in the Terrestrial Animal Health Code a three volume, 4,500 page, international “regulation” manual. This ‘Code’ is updated each May with the last revision in May 2014. This Code has defined humans as animals.
The USDA harmonizes with the international community adopting its policy and put forth FAD PReP Guidelines: Mass Depopulation and Euthanasia.
For an instant, Just-in-Time Depopulation, Iowa State University has put together a 2-page Depopulation Reference for the curious or those in the field.
Culling the Global Herd
Media ‘killing’ rhetoric has educated you that euthanasia is necessary and a good thing. The word is derived from the Greek term ‘eu’ meaning good and ‘thanatos’ meaning death. In our culture, it has become synonymous with ‘end of life’ that minimizes or eliminates pain and distress. A good death is imperative to humane termination.
According to guidelines the duties of a person carrying out euthanasia must include:
- Humane disposition inducing death in a manner in accord with the ‘animal’s’ interest or matter of welfare
- Use of humane techniques (science-based) to induce the rapid, painless, and distress-free death possible.
These conditions are codependent upon each other.
Depopulation is the rapid killing of large numbers of animals that is required by some emergencies such as catastrophic infectious disease or exigent situations caused by natural disasters. Depopulation can include euthanasia but not all depopulation meets euthanasia protocol. In an emergency situation where public health and safety are threatened separate guidance is necessary.
Emergency Clauses have been strategically placed within legislation to deny the peoples right to referendum through the petition process. This is an unconstitutional clause supposedly “necessary for the immediate preservation of the public, peace, health, or safety” for situations such as natural disaster or infectious disease. Once signed there is no waiting period and the bill becomes effective immediately.
As a result of the the Humane endings symposium the USDA has executed a legally binding cooperative agreement with other organizations to create guidelines for depopulation. Nominees who will shape policy on the Panel of Depopulation will be issued a call in early 2015.
Humane slaughter is the ‘compassionate’ killing of one life at a time to decrease suffering. For livestock it became a law in 1958. It was supported by the Animal Welfare Institute and the Humane Society of the United States.
You are Sentenced to Death by ….
Methods of euthanasia include inhaled anesthetics such as:
- Carbon Monoxide
- Nitrogen (long and agonizing death)
- Modification of Environmental Carbon Dioxide (experiment in action, Climate Change)
Non-inhaled euthanasia includes:
- Compounding (concoction of bulk drugs some not approved for use in the US)
- Parenteral injection (A quick combination that shuts down organs simultaneously)
- Immersion (used for fish primarily)
- Topical applications
- Oral administrations
- Barbituric acid derivates (cheaply suppresses the central nervous system)
- Pentobarbital combinations
- Tributame (shuts down the cardiovascular system)
- Ultrapotent opiods (10,000 times more potent than morphine)
- Dissociative agents (relaxes and quick loss of consciousness)
- Potassium Chloride and Magnesium salts (used after the life is unconscious)
- Chloral hydrate (a common antihistamine and sleep aide now banned)
Alcohols such as:
- Benzocaine Hydrochloride
- Tricaine Methanesulfonate.
- Clove Oil, Isoeugenol, & Eugenol (In high concentrations causes respiratory failure)
- Quinaldine (2-Methylquinoline, Quinalidine Sulfate)
- Sodium Hypochlorite
Other killing methods include:
- Penetrating Captive Bolt
- Nonpenetrating Captive Bolt
- Manually Applied Blunt Force Trauma to the Head
- Cervical Dislocation
- Decapitation (brain activity continues 13-14 seconds after decapitation)
- Kill Traps
- Maceration (specially designed mechanical apparatus having rotating blades or projections, causes immediate fragmentation and death)
- Focused Beam Microwave Irradiation (Aimed at brain which increases brain temperature causing unconsciousness and death)
- Thoracic (Cardiopulmonary, Cardiac) Compression
- Exsanguination (Stunning)
- Pithing (Rod inserted into brain causing death)
We will all die someday but the questions are when, by whom, and the method. We should all be so blessed that our Creator takes us quietly into His bosom for all eternity. As man stands in defiance of God this type of death is becoming a rarity. Science and policy-makers have determined what is the humane ending for humans, animals, and even fish. A humane death is considered successful if it contains all of the following:
- Quick loss of consciousness and death with a minimum of pain and distress
- Time to induce loss of consciousness
- Reliability of the killing mechanism
- Safety of those killing
- Documented emotional effect on observers and operators
- Evaluation, examination and use of the dead (recycle-organ transplant)
- Takes into account drug availability and potential for human abuse
- Species type, age, and health status appropriate
- Maintenance of extermination equipment
- Safety for predators or scavengers that may consume remains
- International “legal” requirements
- Environmental impacts of the method or disposition of the remains
- Secondary euthanasia available (just in case) and confirmation of death
AMVA Morality Evalution
Strategies are being implemented to trick the “herd” behavior during the termination process. These are small things that are done to minimize the distress and pain associated with the death process. Temple Grandin is an American doctor of animal science and a professor at Colorado State University who, in her overcoming autism, applied these similar principles to livestock slaughter. She is one of a growing number of animal behaviorists shaping humane slaughter. Let the wise understand that these same tricks are used on us as the policy-makers who determine our time is up. They line us up and convince us that it is our best interest to meet our Maker and we agree, or at the least comply.
At the end
There is no better day than today to make decision regarding your final journey. A faith in Jesus Christ and His salvation secures you a room in your Father’s eternal mansion. Knowing the Word of God alleviates your fears.
“And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.” Matthew 10:28