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PRESS RELEASE


Obama's Entire Health and Economic
Policy Is Intentional Genocide

Oct. 15, 2013 (EIRNS)—This release was issued today by the Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee.

It's not just the "death panels." All aspects of Obamacare, and of President Obama's entire economic policy, for that matter, are intentional genocide. The reason they will kill people, if he is allowed to get away with it, is because they are intended to kill people. They have been so designed by Obama's masters on Wall Street and the British Empire.

Congressmen now letting themselves be roped into going along with these policies, are hereby put on notice. They are participating in intended genocide, and they will be held so accountable.

Take one example of such crimes that was exposed in an Oct. 13 article by Jessica Silver-Greenberg in the New York Times. Under the headline "Patients Mired in Costly Credit From Doctors," the author reports a skyrocketing use of so-called medical credit cards which carry usurious interest rates and are being foisted onto vulnerable patients, often seniors.

"American health care is forging a lucrative alliance with American finance," Silver-Greenberg writes.

"A growing number of health care professionals are urging patients to pay for treatment not covered by their insurance plans with credit cards and lines of credit that can be arranged quickly in the provider's office... While medical credit cards resemble other credit cards, there is a critical difference: they are usually marketed by caregivers to patients, often at vulnerable times, such as when those patients are in pain or when their providers have recommended care they cannot readily afford."

Under Obamacare, as earlier articles in the New York Times have exposed, there will be millions of largely poor Americans who will be unable to get any medical insurance — the perfect target pool for these Wall Street predators.

"Many of these cards initially charge no interest for a promotional period, typically six to 18 months... But if the debt is not paid in full when that time is up, costly rates — usually 25 to 30% — kick in."

The similarity of this scheme to the sub-prime mortgage swindle of the mid-2000's is unmistakable. And it is being perpetrated by the same banks — Citibank, Wells Fargo, GE Capital, and others — that must stopped in their tracks by restoring Glass-Steagall as the guiding policy of America's banking system.