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Judge Forces Chemotherapy on Minnesota Child: Emerging Totalitarianism via the Medical Model

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A thirteen year old Minnesota boy, Danny Hauser, whose parents chose to treat his illness with alternative means, has taken a blow for humanity. The Judge, in a 60 page document, not only forces Danny to continue chemotherapy against his and his parents' will but in addition has accused the parents of "medical neglect" and has called in child protective services.

It is our opinion that the Judge, through his own ignorance of deeper metaphysical matters, has cruelly ripped the fabric of love between Danny and his parents, opting to divide and corrode a true love bond in favor of a mass hypnotic concept of what is best for society...a vacuous structure void of true compassion and understanding. That  one must "live" under all circumstances, dictated by a government and collective society, severing the parent child relationship is a "concept" unfortunately fostered only by those ignorant of the deeper laws of nature and of God. 

Do you think that living is more important than loving? What is virtous, joyful or purposeful of a loveless, mechanical life?  Love has been ruptured here!  I only hope that Danny, as a special child whose destiny it is to bring an awareness of an emerging Totalitarian State can see, can feel,  beyond even the profundity of parental love to the supreme Love and Unity which is the essential driving force that has correlated for the sake of all humanity, the necessity of this outcome.

As Rep. William Witt of Iowa once stated in the defense of vaccine exemptions, "We are coming dangerously close to a Totalitarian State when we take away parental rights".



National Coalition of Organized Women (and the men who loveus) Website: www.ProgressiveConvergence.com (bio-about) Eileen Dannemann is the founder of The National Coalition of Organized Women. NCOW is a verb, an organizing force, a coalescing (more...)

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One thing this ruling does for the family and the ... by sometimes blinded on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 9:06:23 PM
I just responded to David Kirby author Evidence of... by Eileen Dannemann on Sunday, May 17, 2009 at 9:42:27 PM
We have to protect big pharma profits.  To he... by Harvey Solomon on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 6:14:03 PM
The state is taking over our lives, rights and cho... by Sister Begonia on Monday, May 18, 2009 at 7:37:29 PM