Life is Not for Sale

Let me introduce you to an organization I’ve labeled B.R.O.O.M.—Billionaires for the Removal of Others Other than Me. I think you know some of the cast of characters: George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, Oprah Winfrey, Bill and Melinda Gates, Warren Buffet, David Rockefeller, Ted Turner—you get the picture. These billionaires (and others not listed) plan to solve the world’s poverty and starvation issues by one simple means—elimination of the less desirable people. In fact, their official slogan could be “B.R.O.O.M.—Sweeping you off the planet, one poor slob at a time!”

With their concentrated wealth-backed policy-making efforts, they have financed and promoted (in developing and third-world countries) contraception, abortion, forced vaccinations—some of which produce the same outcomes as abortion—and euthanasia. According to their policies, if you can prevent people, you can prevent their potential illnesses and other problems. This isn’t news to most of us. Eugenics has been alive and well in Europe and in the US since the late 19th century. What is particularly noteworthy is the amount of funding that has gone into this madness in recent years.

In May of 2009 members of B.R.O.O.M. met at NYU to discuss potential “philanthropic measures.” According to an article from,  “Gates pushed the wealthy group into settling on population control as their “umbrella cause.”… [H]e outlined an ambitious project in February [‘09] to reduce the world’s population by one billion, which would eliminate one of out every projected nine people on the planet, or 11 percent…. They all have a history of promoting abortion and using their vast fortunes to benefit groups like Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business.”

Apparently the hundreds of millions murdered in the 20th century weren’t enough to satiate these aging elitists—those who died in two world wars, those starved or killed by Stalin, Chairman Mao, Pol Pot, Hitler, the Khmer Rouge, etc., and the tens of millions killed by abortion and contraception. When you figure that the average Russian woman has five abortions in her lifetime, and you factor in the forced sterilization and one-child policies in China, the numbers of lost lives add up very quickly.

The poor of the world are obviously their target, many of whom, not surprisingly, live on the African continent. These are the same kind of people whom B.R.O.O.M.’s patron saint, Margaret Sanger, wanted to eliminate back in the 1930s. How is it that the ‘Race Card’ is never waved in front of their faces? According to their disordered worldview, the poor are messy: They look bad, smell bad, use up our resources, and wreck what could otherwise be a very lovely view.

Speaking of views, their elimination policies don’t end there. Look at how individual members of B.R.O.O.M. independently purchase huge tracts of land in their “home” state and in other states only to turn them over to the government for posterity, or to be designated “forever wild.” Their philanthropy necessitates that other Americans cannot then build a home and thus cannot have the same chance at the American Dream that they had because, well, it might wreck their vistas.  Heaven forbid the tax write-offs from such gifts be used to support the indigent; that would only encourage them to stay alive.  (In fact, having a planet with increased quantities of conversation property helps to support life in its myriad forms, which is a downside as far as B.R.O.O.M. members are concerned, but one must retain one’s property values, even if the lives of others are enhanced in the process.)

So what should be done with the poor? The most worthy Nobel Peace Prize winner—the one whom the Clintons refused to acknowledge, to their eternal shame—Mother Teresa, had the solution: Take care of the person in front of you. In her honor, I propose a new organization to look after the unfortunate souls targeted by the goblins of B.R.O.O.M., namely D.U.S.T.B.I.N.—Doing Unto Strangers That which Builds Interdependent Neighbors. Together, we can look after the “debris” of this world by creating an atmosphere that values each person as a gift from God.

Thank God we have the numbers (the people) on our side who don’t think as these unelected policy wonks do. Most of us will never see the kind of cash these members of the elite have accumulated off of the backs of the American people.  And most Americans do look after and try to help their neighbors, at least from what I can see. We outnumber these people 300 million plus to about 10, at least in the United States.

And Georgie (yes—you, Mr. Soros, the grandpa of the group): you’ve been a very naughty boy. You don’t have a whole lot of time between now and the end of your days (judging by your age).  Don’t you think it’s time to make amends with God and to repent while you still have a ticker? I do. The next time you and the group get together, I suggest that you do a little soul-searching because time is of the essence. There is a God and, thankfully, you’re not He!