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Sunday, March 20, 2005

Death To Terri

I don't understand how any person of conscience can rationalize deliberately putting to death a living human being who has committed no crime. But there's no mistaking how it could happen - legally, no less - in the perverted system of judicial oligarchy that passes for justice in the United States today.

What's the difference between reasoning behind the blind judge's death warrant and the T-4 Euthanasia program? Just a few propaganda pieces, a void being rapidly filled by Million Dollar Baby and MSM media tripe as linked in the headline of this post.


The frightening part is how obvious it is that a preponderance of the evidence points to foul play.

First, there is still no satisfactory explanation for how she ended up in this condition in the first place. The bulimia story doesn't add up, as there's no evidence of cardiac arrest.

Second, the alleged "living will", that Mrs. Schiavo would not want to continue to live in this damaged state, is supported only by the words of her husband spoken seven years after the fact.

Third, the decision of Mr. Schiavo to end rehabilitative therapy for his wife immediately after winning a large insurance payout.

Fourth, the many statements that she is "vegetative" or in a coma simply don't square with commonly available video footage and testimony of multiple witnesses of the patient herself responding to stimuli, moving her eyes and attempting to speak.

Fifth, the apparent total unwillingness of Judge Greer to entertain the notion that Mrs. Schiavo's condition may improve.


I have an alternative theory.

According to my hypothesis, the current condition of Terri Schiavo is due to some direct action on the part of her husband that caused a cutoff of oxygen to her brain. He wants her dead not out of mercy, but because of the potential benefits for himself, namely a) if she's dead she can't testify against him, or ever let the world know what really happened to her, and b) now that he has a new common-law wife and sired two children by this woman, caring for a crippled ex-wife is a highly inconvenient obstacle to marrying his new wife.

Furthermore, his lawyer, George Felos, is pursuing the case because he has his own agenda for euthanasia activism; and Judge Greer's strange behavior is the direct result of unusually large donations to his campaign from Mr. Felos' law firm.

That's my theory, and it makes a heck of a lot more sense than anything else that has been ventured as an explanation.


The more I learn about this case, the more I feel that "Death to Terri" is properly followed up by "Death to Israel! Death to the Great Satan!".

2 Comments:

  • At Sunday, March 20, 2005 1:52:00 PM, Blogger PeachCobbler said…

    I agree; there is definitely something rotten about Michael Schiavo, his attorney, and that Judge. This whole thing is just wrong.

     
  • At Tuesday, March 22, 2005 11:00:00 PM, Blogger John Blanco said…

    >>>>> I don't understand how any person of conscience can rationalize deliberately putting to death a living human being who has committed no crime.

    It's called "Right To Die," perhaps you've heard of it?

    >>> I agree; there is definitely something rotten about Michael Schiavo, his attorney, and that Judge. This whole thing is just wrong.

    Oh yeah? What? Explain. Blame the Judges, they must all be liberal! Even the conservative ones!

    BLAME ALL WHO OPPOSE YOU!

     

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