WELCOME TO THE CONTROVERSY! "This nation cannot be overthrown by battle. It would never allow itself to be. America can only be overthrown by removing its reason for greatness, its exceptionalism and existence as a force for world influence for good and freedom. The driving purpose that led our brothers and sisters to shed their blood for a new country and which drove a people and a President to hold fast to the premise that the nation could not be divided into two in the bloody civil war. Our vision of defeating evil, which gives our men and women in the military valor and a willingness to sacrifice in each of our American centuries, has been freedom. The greatest force for freedom has always been the Constitution of the United States. Now, this government, of the people disregards the people. Now these rights, for the people, seem to have been invalidated by a force that has no constitutional right to do so." - Author Steven Clark Bradley

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America's Emerging Culture of Death by Steven Clark Bradley

"After ruling our thoughts and our decisions about life and death for nearly two thousand years, the traditional Western ethic has collapsed." - Professor Peter Singer

On this triumphant note, Professor Peter Singer began his milestone book, Rethinking Life and Death. His volume proudly and shamelessly conveys an attitude of revolutionary confidence that brings to mind another atheistic iconoclast, Derek Humphry, when he said, "We are trying to overturn 2,000 years of Christian tradition."

Attorney George J. Felos, a nationally recognized expert in right-to-die cases, is best known for the landmark ones that helped establish an individual's constitutional right to refuse or have withdrawn unwanted medical treatment: one known as Guardianship of Browning and the most widely-known situation involving Terri Schiavo.

Mr. Felos’ appearance on NBC's Dateline program propelled him into the upper echelons of the Culture of Death movement as a reward for ensuring her execution and for ending her stay of execution, simply because she had become a drain on society. Felos has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including CBS's Early Show, CNN's Burden of Proof, Daybreak, Greenfield at Large, Court TV's Pros and Cons, Inside Edition, The Kathy Fountain Show, and NPR's All Things Considered. He has also presented seminars and debated end-of-life issues for various professional, civic and religious groups, and leads meditation and personal growth workshops.

Felos is the creator of the book, Meditation for Lawyers, the first-of-its-kind instructional course accredited for continuing legal education. His article by the same name has been published and posted in various journals. Felos, a graduate from Boston University School of Law, has practiced in Pinellas County since 1978, and is a founding member of the National Legal Advisors Committee on Choice in Dying, and served as Board Chair of The Hospice of the Florida Sun Coast, the largest non-profit hospice in the world. Together, those mentioned here represent a mere thimbleful of deceit from within the ocean of depravity in what is the culture of death in America.

If you’ve ever gone into a bank in America, and all of us have, you must have noticed just how quiet and serene banks are, didn’t you? There seems to be a reverence that rivals the silence found in most churches. The reason for such a display of piety is because in the unassuming financial institutions across America is the country’s fastest, biggest and most powerful religion, the worship of the Almighty Dollar.

It can be truly stated that God is now green in America. Because of this devotion to this pious paper and pristine plastic, the nation has been plunged into the abyss of despair for the lives of the unborn, the infirm, and the aged. Unborn children do not participate to a thriving economy, so their demise is of no avail. It is now the living unborn who serve as the modern equivalent of Nero fiddling while his capital city burned. Will those of us who cannot work, cannot walk, cannot feed ourselves; those which are roundly regarded as unproductive citizens be the next discarded bit of so-much rubbish because they cannot demonstrate some utility to the masses?

Perhaps the rant should go something like this. “I’ll dare those old folks to live so long and continue to drain our coffers of the funds that could be better spent studying the sex lives of the sperm whale!” “Should they not just get out of the way and die to give a bigger piece of the pie to everyone else?” Does this sound like lunacy? Quite possibly, but such words are reminiscent of a page or two out of Orwell’s 1984 or Huxley’s Brave New World.

In reality, these unspeakable new age “Values” are found throughout the pages of yesterday’s and today’s newspapers all throughout the globe. Fitting examples are inexhaustible all around us. Perverted pedophiles are abducting and raping our children at an all-time alarming rate, and they receive sentences that allow them to return back on the streets in incredibly short amounts of time only again to steal our children out of their beds and finally kill them.

Yet, if you are the chairman of Enron or WorldCom, you can expect
prison sentences between twenty-five to two hundred years. That should not be seen as shocking. After all, the offering up of our unborn but growing children, our disabled and bedridden citizens and the early demise of our elderly pales in comparison to any premeditated sacrilege against the Green God of America.

Is all life worth living? Do the old, unborn, the infirmed or mentally ill have no social value? The proposed and not so secret response from the brokers of the culture of death is a resounding, “No!” In fact, it is easy to see that the whole catalyst of the death culture is centered on one overriding maxim, purporting that population reduction must be accomplished without delay and by any means necessary.

Such culture transforming issues like gay marriage, abortion, euthanasia, quality of life, and organizations such as Planned Parenthood have led the way in what is considered to have changed the thinking of Main Street America in what now seems a permanently calloused culture, and is considered as groundbreaking and deepening into a six-foot social grave.

Mararet Sanger
Founder Of Planned Parenthood

Although abortion is by far the most widely debated issue facing traditionally-valued Americans, there are many movements afoot that are not so quietly laying their framework of treachery and social engineering. That includes the premise of population control as their dictum.

The euthanasia movement is now gaining great expanses of mental ground in the American psyche. The acceptance of the notion that the old, the infirm, and the mentally impaired deserve their “safe”, “dignified” and “self-determined” death is considered the point at which America became a pagan society. That was one of the biggest pieces of the diabolical depiction which is even now being sketched by the workers of woe within the Culture of Death.

Matters such as the homosexual movement, assisted suicide, and animal rights vs. human rights have whittled away the ideals on which the Republic was founded. The environmental movement along with the dangers of socialized medicine in America and the financial constraints such a program will create will make the keepers of the very life you cherish busy deciding who lives and dies within society at large. Yet, it still remains that even the most docile and sanitized amongst us still require ears that hear and eyes that see.

Obviously, the raising of children in families that are so out of the natural order of things, i.e. a mommy and a daddy, will cause great confusion for kids and will cause them great concern about why they are so different from other families. Of course having a mommy and a daddy is preferable to having two mommies or two daddies. The whole issue of gay marriage fits as one piece of a nicely-bundled, not so hidden, idea that it is necessary to reduce the world's population. Look at the issues that work all together to accomplish this task.

Though I am absolutely for planning a family and for the use of contraception, I would never support the use of abortion as a means of reducing the world's births. Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood said herself, "The most merciful thing a family does for one of its infant children is to kill it." Margaret Sanger propagated the wiping out the African American race and was a huge supporter of Hitler's views. Today, her organization, with these goals, is even supported with federal dollars.

George Felos, as pointed out earlier, is the leading lawyer for encouraging assisted suicide and euthanasia of the infirm and the elderly on the basis of some vague standard of the quality of life. Such a standard would make it logical to simply walk down the streets of our cities and rid the poor homeless of their lives devoid of quality.

I know that most of us would never think of doing such heinous crimes against humanity. Yet, is that not where such views eventually lead; to a place where no one has the right of self-determined longevity unless they possess some utility other than life itself or if they have more than their share of the Green God’s assets?

The same package of death is applied to the growing support for gay marriage. Such "families" can experience no population growth. This is not a conspiracy theory. Conspiracy stories are germinated and hatched in the dark and hidden from public view and eventually disseminated piecemeal to the general public. These issues are not secretive in the least. They are out in the open for all to hear and research without the slightest bit of difficulty. I have learned these things as I have researched material in these areas for my novels.

I want gays to live, children to grow, and the elderly to live long enough to enjoy their lives and experiences with their families. I want marriage to go on and to bless the mothers and fathers as they hold their children in their arms. I also support the spending of as much money as is required to find a cure for AIDS and to teach gays in America and Europe and heterosexuals in Africa, where the disease is far from being mainly a "gay" disease, how to protect themselves, because I hate death; all death. I want to see the world regain its sanity and remember it’s truly worthwhile having a child who can grow into a healthy, strong, values-based person.

Perhaps you feel these words are farfetched, but I have been around the world in thirty-four countries, and I can say of a truth that the family and life itself is at risk by those who no longer hold anything sacred or of any lasting value. Life will challenge you to recognize the potential life-threatening dangers facing all Americans and the entire world. We fight to preserve a nation from terrorism, but if this is what we are fighting to preserve, would you lift a finger in the defense of such an obtuse and reprobate society as that, which I have just described?

Therefore, I wish to dedicate this book to all the Theresa Shiavos or Karen Webers of America, whose unfortunate lives have run headlong into the merciless, unrelenting will of the false god in whom increasing numbers of common people trust in this country today. This is not a book written against the liberals of this country. Nor is it a vindication of the political right, of which I have always considered myself one. In fact, it is an indictment of both sides of the massive green beast that runs roughshod over friend and foe alike.

The real purpose of this book is to reveal the true nature of the culture of death that has come to permeate itself into every major decision we face. The many groups that make up the culture of death have made America more the land of the freak and the slave than the free and the brave. I have not written this novel with pride or bitterness. Rather, it has been penned to warn a great nation that a land is nothing without the care and mercy shown to its less fortunate. It is submitted to you to underscore that the measure of a great nation is not in its GNP or its S&P but in its TLC. On the contrary, the words written here have been tempered with fear and trembling for the nation I love.

The indisputable facts laid out herein are written in shameful disgust over the failure of the moral base of America to adequately speak out and stand up to be counted. No great nation can long endure under the strains of the obtuse who seek to systematically destroy those our nation has so long defended.

America shed her fear and marched its youngest and brightest into WWII to fight an intolerable tyrant and the idea that only the State could decide who was worthy of life. We fought and died to bring Adolph Hitler and his regime to an utter end because of his disrespect and complete disregard for life. Now, today in America we have judges seated in leather chairs behind some large desks not making choices to help someone live but rather deciding who should die.

America stood tall and brave against the forces of communism because of just such an evil philosophy as this, which religiously and progressively marched its people to a dreaded drum right to the very precipice of death and defeat; a defeat based on the loss of our commitment to freedom and life. Yet, today in America, decades after the Great War, are we really better than those we destroyed? Are we really different?

Perhaps the Nazi movement and the Communist ideals are not so much dead as they are renamed and recast in more benign and more beguiling silhouettes; wrapped up in a tattered swath of red, white, and blue and empowered by a document that no more represents and no longer resembles the original Constitution of the United States of America than does the Communist Manifesto or Mao’s Little Red Book. The diabolical forces at work in America must be rendered powerless.

We cannot stop them from speaking out, lest we defeat the very freedom we seek to preserve. But we must always be vigilant and ready to work against them by recognizing the forces at work, and the masters they serve, which make up America’s emerging culture of death.

Lest none of us have any quality of life, it is imperative that we take another look and reaffirm the words of Philosopher, Francis Schaeffer when he said that there is no life that is not worth living. If we believe thusly, then we should pose ourselves the same question he most profoundly and often posed, “How shall we then live?”

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