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Monday, 17 November 2014

Target Groups....Remember This

This past summer, I was re-learning how to shoot. I miss shooting. My teacher said I was doing fairly well for not having a gun in my hand for decades. My dad taught us to shoot, We belonged to a gun club.

One learns how to read a target, how to stand or lie down. One learns the feel of the gun. One learns to look carefully, be steady, be responsible.

I am quoting an old article on purpose. What is happening in the States is beginning to happen elsewhere. Target groups....some ethnic groups have been targeted for centuries-the Jews, the gypsies, the disabled, even Catholics...Here is a snippet from an article I found by accident. 

Catholics, you will be a target group soon. 

If you think I’m being dramatic, I urge you to remember the name Ezekial Emanuel. He’s the chief architect of Obamacare. He’s also the author of the Complete Lives system. That system is his blueprint for how health care dollars should be allocated to benefit the most productive in a society. He says his program will serve the “greatest good.” Emanuel believes that too much money is spent on the elderly. He also believes that children born with serious disabilities and illnesses siphon off more than their share of collective dollars that could be better spent elsewhere. In short, the Complete Lives system would focus health care expenditures to aid the most productive in society (roughly those between 18 and 50) at the expense of the elderly and the infirm.
When it comes to sick kids and grandparents, sometimes difficult decisions must be made. I think those decisions should be made by families. Obamacare will leave the decision to a panel of bureaucrats.

This was said almost a year ago. Already targets groups are being hit in the USA. Do not kid yourselves on these points. A good doctor told his best friend that he will refuse to ask the new questions required by doctors-like, do you have guns in your home.

If you have been reading my blog, you know about the fema camps, the homeless already rounded up in SC and the denial of the feeding of the homeless in Florida.

You have been warned. More from the talk...a bit late but we are seeing some of this now. 

As a concept, social justice means that we have an obligation to those less fortunate than us. On the surface, there’s nothing especially new about that. Christians and Jews believe something similar. We know that the poor will always be with us, and it is always our duty to reach out and be charitable.
I urge you not to fall for this. Christianity calls individuals to be generous to the less fortunate.
Christianity is concerned with each individual soul. Though social justice cloaks itself in similar language, it asserts that some debt exists between one citizen and another. This is an enormous difference.