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Auctioning Off the Elderly

Bradley Mattes   |   February 16, 2015

The elderly and infirm in Great Britain are being auctioned off on eBay-style website.  Local authorities are sending highly personal details about patients to up to one hundred care facilities.  They then bid to purchase the contract for their care.  Top bidders are informed so if they’re number two on the list, they can adjust their bid.  The cheapest offer wins.  A computer program analyzes the information—with its only goal of cost reduction—and then makes a choice without input from the patient or family members.  All done in the name of saving money.  Consider this.  As American baby boomers age under the authority of Obamacare, how long do you think it’ll take before they’re getting treated like cattle?  How long do you think God will withhold punishment for these kinds of acts?

 

 

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