Soylent Green Rising: E.U.Eugenics

Hat tip to  Aurora of the Midnight Sun
Soylent GreenAn excellent blogger I’ve recently come across is Road Sassy. She’s hard hitting and cuts right to the chase. On so many issues she thinks so much like me it’s uncanny. I can’t think of one word to add to this post. She compares current legislative changes going on in utilitarian Europe with the eugenics nightmare portrayed in cult classic, Soylent Green (one of my all-time favorite movies).  Her commentary is brilliant: ( above by Aurora.)

Luxembourg parliament adopted a law late on Tuesday to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide.
This added the Grand Duchy to a small group of countries that allow the terminally ill to end their lives.
The law, expected to come into force towards the summer, was passed by 30 votes to 26. Luxembourg’s media said it was a symbolic defeat for Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker whose Christian Social Party opposed it.
“The Christian Social Party and the Catholic church were against the euthanasia law, calling it murder but we said no, it’s just another way to go,” said Jean Huss, a member of parliament of the Green Party and co-sponsor of the bill.
Luxembourg adopts euthanasia law

Baby killers basically got a two-for-one when they won the right to murder the fruits of their indiscretions . Once the high priestess of Abortion sweet talked her way into the sanctuary, her twisted sister, Euthanasia, sashayed on in right behind her. Predictable. And absolutely chilling when you understand the import of the government dispensing your health care. How expendable are you?

For those too young to have seen the movie Soylent Green, (trailer above) I suggest you rent it. If you vote socialism in (Obama or Hillary), not only will your wealth be redistributed, eventually, so will portions of your body. After all, who wants to waste all that protein? (See the movie if you don’t get it)

Related Reading:

Retroactive Abortion

In Canada, the Schiavo case with an outrageous twist

Half of Dutch euthanasia cases go unreported

Modern Eugenics: Our Brave New World

Don’t treat the old and unhealthy, say doctors

How very Gramscian to devalue life in such a way.

Europeans Argue their ‘Right’ to Vote in U.S. Elections


Gee, I thought we left Europe, had a tea party    

 and an American Revolution        to earn our Sovereignty.

 I thought that it was an American citizens right to vote.

.I did not know Europe had a say..

Gosh darn it. Where have I been? 

Let’s see, they are salivating over Obama, seems I remember doing a post on him, course I don’t remember anything too positive in that post. Maybe there is something I am missing..hmmm..

All right! This is a bunch of Pure Crap!!!!  Not to mention Pure Gall! You better be hoping we keep our Soverignty..Who helped keep you free in WW2? Who helped rebuild Europe? Do ya suppose if we are all one big happy ‘one world government’  we would be able to help you as we have in the past? Crap that’s what it is crap and bull!

ObamaThe European media would like to take away Americans’ sovereign rights to elect their own president. They are contending the right to vote in the upcoming American elections:

From De Standaard::

“American presidential elections are not ‘home affairs’. American decisions have repercussions all over the globe…. Hence, the world should be given the right to vote.”

And they are salivating over Obama:

In Germany, the center-right Berliner Morgenpost proclaims that Obama is ‘The New Kennedy’ while the centrist tabloid Bild says that ‘This Black American Has Become the New Kennedy!

The left-wing Frankfurter Rundschau compares Obama not only to Kennedy, but also to Presidents Lincoln and Roosevelt

“Obama is the candidate of the idealists…. Obama also happens to be the candidate of choice for the foreign press…. Many in Europe would like nothing more than a ‘European’ America.”

In the Netherlands, the left-leaning De Volkskrant reports that the US primaries are giving the Dutch “goose bumps…. Obama has the authenticity that the Dutch electorate craves.”
In France, the center-left Libération says the new leader of the French Socialist Party should be someone with Obama’s profile:

“The French Left seeks a charismatic leader, age 46, of mixed race, to deliver a message of hope and unity. At a time when American Democrats are discovering their new hero, it would be a good time for the Socialist Party and their friends to find a Barack Obama to end their internal quarrels.”

Meanwhile, in an online poll at the center-left Le Nouvel Observateur, Obama has an overwhelming 60 percent of the 2,680 votes cast, double Clinton’s 30 percent. The late President Kennedy is lagging behind, with only 4 percent of the votes.
In Britain, the centrist Times of London confirms that the Tories are suffering an identity crisis by reporting that

“Tories and Labour both hope for a sprinkling of Barack Obama’s stardust. Ripples of excitement from the campaign of the presidential contender have crossed the Atlantic, and British politicians are agog.”

After months of glorifying Obama, European media have tried to portray his losses to New York Senator Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire and Nevada as part of an elaborate conspiracy to keep a black man from becoming the 44th president of the United States. After Clinton won the New Hampshire primary, for example, the Milan-based, center-right Il Giornale reported that Obama was the victim of vote-rigging.
In Germany, the Financial Times Deutschland opines:

“there is something narcissistic at the heart of the idea that Clinton was breaking down at the thought that America might be recklessly throwing away the chance to be governed by her. Chronic egocentrism, narcissism, self-pity-these are exactly the qualities that to this day make Bill Clinton so hated by his enemies.”

The state-sponsored Deutsche Welle argues that although Clinton’s victory in New Hampshire is being put down to her display of ‘genuine’ emotion, it is actually a further example of “US politics descending into self-parody.”

And so on, ad nauseum.

The last quote and most insightful ironically, comes from the LeftistGuardian:

“reflecting on the wide-open campaign of 2008, it’s obvious that British critics-and European critics generally-are guilty of smug superiority and ignorance in writing off the strengths of the American system…. Instead of dismissing American democracy in our snooty way, we need to ask what we can learn.”

With the people of Europe casting their votes, America would be just like the E.U. Europe hardly has the skerrick of a leg to stand on with their own democracy in tatters. The right to referendum has been lost. Leftist and weak-willed leaders have conceded their power to the unelected E.U. elite.
If the mainstream media of Europe is anything to go by, America is perhaps the last bastion where Leftist thinking hasn’t yet completely drowned out any other voice. What a mess.

Via: American Thinker

Check out this excellent blog: Hat Tip Aurora of Midnight Sun

Salty Dog comment sums it up:
europes preference should serve as an indicator of just what kind of a president that obama would make were he to be elected.
its enough to scare any sane american into a republican vote were they contemplating otherwise.
obviously the europeans feel obama would be more easily manipulated to suit their leftist socialist needs. this should serve as a wake up call for americans, as europe obviously has plans for them that they would not approve of.
it is unbelievable that europe has the gall to proclaim they should have a say in american politics, perhaps america should have had a say in their politics as well, if we had been given some imput, i can tell you there would not be an E.U in existence today.

E.U. Upset with China

Well, it seems that the powerful E.U. is now more than a little upset with China over the surging value of the Euro. Can you not see how they feel? After all, it makes for unfair trade. So they are going on record now as the U.S. has been doing for awhile now..about time someone joined us..oh well, here is the rest of the story:

By William Schomberg

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Top European Union officials will talk tough in Beijing next week about China’s snowballing trade surplus and its reluctance to open its booming economy further to European business.

The EU has long taken a softer approach to China than the United States. Washington has sued Beijing more often at the World Trade Organization and protested more loudly about China’s currency, which is widely seen as undervalued to help exporters.

But EU officials, alarmed at the surge in the value of the euro, now cite the yuan as their main currency concern and say that while China’s trade surplus with the 27-nation bloc is billowing, EU exporters face barriers to the Chinese market.
In an unprecedented move, EU monetary officials, including the head of the European Central Bank, will urge China on Tuesday in Beijing to speed up strengthening the yuan’s value, echoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s call on Saturday.

On Wednesday, at an EU-China summit, European trade chief Peter Mandelson will warn Beijing it must make a “major change” on investment restrictions, red-tape barriers for EU companies, and counterfeiting, or risk tougher action by Brussels.

“We do not intend to turn away from dialogue and cooperation. What we will do is treat China as a normal trading partner in the future, especially by enforcing rules where necessary,” Mandelson said in a statement on Friday.

From almost no trade 20 years ago, the EU recently overtook the United States as the biggest export market for China.

China joined the WTO in 2001 and was given time to adapt to its rules. But with its EU trade surplus heading for 170 billion euros ($252 billion) this year, according to EU estimates, a near 30 percent rise on 2006, European patience is wearing thin.


As well as more access for its companies, the EU wants China to chop myriad incentives to export-based investment and do more to encourage local spending and stimulate demand for imports.

In a sign of the changing mood in Brussels, discussions about when to award China the EU’s Market Economy Status — coveted by China because it would reduce the risk of its exporters being hit by anti-dumping duties — have gone quiet.

By contrast, Mandelson has suggested he could soon press ahead with an anti-dumping investigation into imports of Chinese steel after complaints by European industry, an apparent shift from his previously more hands-off approach to Chinese imports.

Litigation at the WTO is also under consideration.

“China cannot afford to fight a two-front trade war with both the United States and EU at the same time, said Cheng Xiaohe at the People’s University of China in Beijing.

EU trade officials stress change will be gradual. But some note that when China wants action, it can happen quickly, citing what they say is an apparent scarcity of counterfeited goods relating to the Chinese Olympics on the streets of China.

“Perhaps if you want to reinforce (anti-piracy), you can,” said David O’Sullivan, the EU’s top civil servant for trade.

For its part, China plans to ask the EU to abolish restrictions on high-tech exports to China, Wang Xinpei, a spokesman with the Ministry of Commerce, said last week.

The ban on technology that could have military uses was imposed after China’s army crushed pro-democracy protests in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square in 1989.