Government-Run Healthcare Works In China! Mentally Disabled Rounded Into Brick Factories

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Obama administration has made it clear that hopeless cases like the mentally disabled and old people are less important in Obamacare. They'll get ordered to the back of the bus.

Emanuel said explicitly: medical care should be reserved for the non-disabled. Healthcare should be withheld from those "who are irreversibly prevented from being or becoming participating citizens . . . An obvious example is not guaranteeing health services to patients with dementia."

Obamacare will demand frequent end-of-life sessions for the elderly, where doctors advise the elderly to stop treatment. Section 1233 of HR 3200 mandates these sessions and allows doctors to withhold treatment at their own discretion.

Funny enough China's government-run healthcare agrees. In fact, China has figured out how to make those unparticipating citizens, those burdens on society, actually worthwhile. Just put them to work!

Epoch Times- "In 2007, the nation was shocked by reports that brick factories in central China’s ShanxiProvince used child slaves—the youngest only 8-years-old.

According to China’s state-run media, Xinhua News Agency, a middleman took 32 mentally disabled people from eastern China’s Shandong Province to nearby Anhui Province. The victims, who were tricked into going, were leased to the brick factories.

...slave workers are widely used by brick factories in China... The victims are not only limited to mentally disabled people."


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