Larry King asked Michael Schiavo on
the October 27, 2003 broadcast of Larry King Live, gave the
reason why just walk away from his effort to remove his wife's feeding tube
and let her parents take care of her:
KING: All right.
Let's put it this way. Why do you want the feeding tube removed?
In other words, let's say the parents say they'll take care of
her, right? Is that what they say?
KING: Walk away.
SCHIAVO: Why should I, Larry? This is Terri's wish. This is
(Quote source: Interview
With Michael Schiavo)
According to Michael Schiavo, who
is enjoying life with his female companion and their two children,
removing Terri's feeding tube is her wish:
"This is Terri's
wish," Schiavo insisted. "It's been decided for six
years of litigation that this was Terri's wish. They keep saying
I'm the only one who came to the court with these comments that
Terri made, but there were two other people who testified also
that she did say that. This is Terri's wish."
(Quote source: Michael
Schiavo on National TV: This is Terri's Wish)
Judge George Greer agreed. In his
September 17, 2003 court order he stated:
But in the end, this case is
not about the aspirations that loving parents have for their
children. It is about Theresa Schiavo's right to make her own
decision, independent of her parents and independent of her
(Quote source: Sept.17,2003
order to remove nutrition and hydration tube)
So that settles it. Terri
Schindler Schiavo is about to be dehydrated to death because she
made this decision herself—independent of her parents, independent of her
husband, and presumably, independent of other parties.
That is what the mainstream media
would have you believe.
Issue: Treatment Options and the Result
The real issue in the
Terri Schiavo case was revealed earlier in Judge Greer's November
22, 2002 order to remove Terri Schiavo's feeding and hydration
The real issue
in this case, however, deals with treatment options for Terry [sic]
Schiavo and whether or not they will have any positive affect so as to
"significantly improve her quality of life."
(Quote source: Nov.
22, 2002 ORDER emphasis added)
According to Judge Greer, the
real issue in this case is about whether treatment options for
Terri Schindler Schiavo will significantly improve her quality
Initially, the Mandate
required the court to hear testimony from five expert medical witnesses to
determine whether or not "new treatment offers sufficient promise of
increased cognitive function in Mrs. Schiavo's cerebral cortex--significantly
improving the quality of Mrs. Schiavo's life--so that she herself would elect to
undergo that treatment and would reverse the prior decision to withdraw
(Quote source: Nov.
22, 2002 ORDER emphasis added)
The above excerpt of Judge
Greer's November 22, 2002 order (which contains his summation of
11, 2002 trial) sends the message that if Terri's
treatment options would significantly improve her cognitive
function, she would choose to undergo that treatment.
According to Greer's findings,
treatment options presently available do not offer Terri "sufficient promise of
increased cognitive function." His order reflects this value system: no significant
increased cognitive function means no increased quality of life.
Therefore, since Judge Greer found that Terri Schindler Schiavo's
treatment options will not cause her to significantly improve in
cognitive function, he also found that Terri would choose
to receive no medical treatment!
Judge Greer accepted the
testimony of the doctors who did not believe Terri would benefit
from the medical treatment that is currently available:
Dr. Hammesfahr feels his vasodilatation
therapy will have a positive affect on Terry (sic) Schiavo. Drs. Greer, Bambakidis and
Cranford do not feel it will have such an affect.
(Quote source: Nov.
22, 2002 ORDER)
Judge Greer did not accept Dr.
Hammesfahr's testimony, nor did he permit him to treat Terri.
(Dr. Hammesfahr has already offered to treat Terri Schiavo free of
charge.) Judge Greer predictably sided with the doctors who
testified that Terri could not improve with therapy.
Since Judge Greer stated in his
order that "The real issue
in this case, however, deals with treatment options for Terri,"
then WHY has he refused to permit Terri to have treatment? Because
according to his findings, treatment options will not
"significantly increase her quality of life."
Judge Greer made it known that
the real issue in Terri's case is "treatment options and whether or not they will have any positive affect so as to
"significantly improve her quality of life." According to the Sixth
Circuit Court of Clearwater, Florida, the level of a person's
cognitive function determines his or her quality of life.
According to the precedent which
will be achieved if Terri Schindler Schiavo is dehydrated to
death, rehabilitative treatment will be granted individuals the
court has ruled will enjoy significant improvement. Those the
court rules will not significantly improve will be denied any
treatment and will be put to death.
The Terri Schindler
Schiavo case is about "the first case of euthanasia in
Florida's reported case law."
But this case
also sets another dangerous precedent: the denial of medical
treatment and rehabilitation services and regular
food and water to people who are ruled to
be poor candidates for significant improvement. It is currently
against the law to deny treatment to any substantially disabled
The Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA), 42 U.S.C. Sections 12101 provides that
necessary and appropriate rehabilitation services and
physical/motor skill therapy may not be denied a substantially
disabled patient in the United States of America.
Law Mandates That Terri Receive Rehabilitation Services)
Terri Schindler Schiavo is
the first person in reported case law who has been denied
rehabilitative treatment (this is a violation of the Florida
Judge George Greer ruled that such treatment would not "significantly improve her quality of life."
Defined: L. Ron Hubbard's Tone Scale
The Church of
Scientology believes that people who cannot be raised to a certain
level of ability should not mingle with society. Terri Schiavo's
forced confinement to her hospice room reflects this mentality.
Doctrine: Michael Schiavo Removed Terri From Society.)
believe that people who cannot be raised above a 2.0 level on L.
Ron Hubbard's tone scale have an urge to die:
Society, the bulk of which is
bent upon survival, fails or refuses to recognize death or the
urge of organisms toward it. Society passes laws against murder
and suicide. Society provides hospitals. Society carries such
people [the disabled] on its back. And society will not hear of
euthanasia or "mercy killing." (Self Analysis
by L. Ron Hubbard; pg. 28)
According to Judge Greer's
November 22, 2002 order to remove Terri Schiavo's feeding and
hydration tube, Terri must substantially improve or be permitted
no improvement at all; indeed, no life at all. She must win
(substantially improve) or lose everything (be dehydrated to
death). Judge Greer made no allowance for a small or moderate
Court Judge Altenbernd agreed that Terri Schiavo's options are a miracle or death:
…the difficult question that
faced the trial court [Judge Greer in 2000] was whether Theresa Marie
Schindler Schiavo, not after a few weeks in a coma, but after 10 years in a
persistent vegetative state that has robbed her of most of her cerebrum and
all but the most instinctive of neurological functions, with no hope of a
medical cure but with sufficient money and strength of body to live
indefinitely, would choose to continue the constant nursing care and the
supporting tubes in hopes that a miracle would somehow recreate her missing
brain tissue, or whether she would wish to permit a natural
death process to take its course and for her family and loved ones to be
free to continue their lives. (Quote
bombshell: Woman 'trying to talk'!--World Net Daily) [bold emphasis added]
This is exactly the way
Scientology would have it. L. Ron Hubbard wrote about organisms
(people) needing to win. If they do not win, he believed they
would move in the direction of loss [death]:
The goal is to win. When one
has lost too much and too many times, the possibility of winning
seems to remote to try. And it loses. It becomes so
accustomed to loss that it begins to concentrate on loss instead
of forward advance.
(Self Analysis by L. Ron
Hubbard pg. 41)
Scientology, which has an
integral role in the New World Order network, believes that able
producers should not mix with the disabled (which they classify as
nonproducers.) They believe that contrasurvival entities
(disabled and terminally ill people) should be destroyed:
An individual, family, a group
best survives, of course, when prosurvival entities are in
proximity and available and when contrasurvival entities are
absent. The struggle of life could be said to be the procurement
of prosurvival factors and the annihilation, destruction,
banishment of contrasurvival factors.
(Self Analysis by L. Ron
Hubbard pgs. 176-177)
Michael Schiavo and
Judge Greer have been pursuing the "banish, destroy and annihilate
the contrasurvival people" Scientology ideology for many years.
Michael has banished
Terri from society by forcing her to live in solitary
confinement in a hospice room for five years.
Greer has ordered Terri's destruction on at least two
Greer has also agreed to allow Michael Schiavo to annihilate her
remains by immediate cremation.
Goal: Deny the Disabled Civil Rights; Mass Euthanasia Will
brain-damaged individuals such as Terri to be aberrations or
mentally defective. Scientology considers such "defective" people
as being unworthy of the full benefits of citizenship:
some distant date only the unaberrated person will be granted
civil rights before law. Perhaps the goal will be reached at
some future time when only the unaberrated person can attain to
and benefit from citizenship. These are desirable goals..."
Dianetics; the Modern Science of Mental Health, by L. Ron
Hubbard (1987 edition, p.534)
death of Terri Schiavo is Hubbard's Hurrah. This is not only because Judge
Greer and others have marked this case so obviously for
Scientology, but also because those who live in Clearwater, Florida—Scientology's spiritual headquarters—are too intimidated to speak
up and reveal that Terri Schiavo is being used to further two of Scientology's major goals in the New World Order
denial of civil rights for the disabled and the result: mass euthanasia.
Please speak up or
tell us what you know and we will speak for you. Terri is running
out of time. May God intervene through you.
Gary and Lisa
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