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11/01/2014 · Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), the 28th U.S
With America's economy in a man-made disastrous condition and China's government in control of vast sums, Chinese corporations acting within the U.S. are positioned to buy up several or even many sites to build Chinese cities within the United States of America. Our Congressmen as well as state leaders are allowing these plans to move forward, though during the Cold War, we would never have thought of allowing the Soviet Union to buy up sections of America. These settlements would house mostly Chinese citizens in the U.S. and can only grow with the families living here over time. While some may doubt that these are realistic threats to American sovereignty, as years pass, the real nature of these developments will become more apparent.
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In the Revised Act, what are "measures necessary to ensure the medical suitability of an organ for transplantation or therapy"? I am concerned about this because the bill states that "unless the donor's declaration (living will) expressly provides for the contrary," the proposed law "prohibits" these measures from being withheld or withdrawn from a prospective donor. A "prospective donor," according to this bill, may be someone who is "near death" and yet the organ procurement medical team can initiate measures that may actually do harm to the still living potential donor-such as increasing fluids to a head-injured patient, administering heparin and Regitine, etc., in order to "ensure the medical suitability of an organ." It is absolutely appalling to think that once a person is identified as a potential donor, organs for transplant become more important than the person to whom they belong!
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Except for those of faith, the sanctity of life is viewed as nothing more than an obscure phrase spouted by "right-wing zealots." Quality of life is almost universally promoted by those in the mainstream media, by most bureaucrats running the government, the schools and universities. If any of them were to start speaking openly about the "sanctity of life," they'd be fired for "violating the separation of church and state," something that is part of but is not part of the U.S. Constitution. , but we have no prohibition about individuals having a religious faith or expressing their reverence for each life. The Constitution and Declaration of Independence are based upon reverence for individual life.