Just a reminder: Welfare-state government is a minister of death

Die, lab rats, die.

Two recent reports make it painfully clear that collectivized, welfare-state government sees the people as either taxpaying assets or costly liabilities.  Welfare-state governments, whatever bromides they may utter for public consumption, have no hope for the amelioration or transformation of the individual condition.  The poor are assumed to be a lifetime liability, for example.  The fully-evolved welfare state pretends to make no judgment as to whether what it observes in this regard is what should be; it acts as if whatever is, is right.

If you’re old and sick, nothing you have contributed in the past is considered payment for your current burden on the public purse.  In any case, regardless of what you have done, the order in which you show up in the back of an ambulance could well dictate whether you live to see tomorrow or not – Continue reading “Just a reminder: Welfare-state government is a minister of death”