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EXPANDING GOVERNMENT OVERSIGHT OF INDIVIDUAL LIVES
August 7th 2013 @ 9:25 am

FROM KINDERGARTEN TO END-OF-LIFE
August 6, 2013
Camille Giglio

At least fourteen (14) new Congressional bills have been submitted by members of the House of Representatives concerning health and education issues. These bills, for now, have no language, only a title and suggested substance. Eleven are Republican bills attempting to stop, limit, or amend the Affordable Care Act in some way. Most of these should, in future, probably be vigorously supported.

Three education bills lacking substantive language, are submitted by Democrats, including one by Cong. Linda Sanchez dealing with same-sex issues. These should be vigorously opposed when the final intention is brought to light.

In Sacramento, many of the bills that have sat unnoticed quietly slipping over into their Second House, have now been amended exposing their true and dangerous intent. Most of them are heading for a final Appropriations Committee hearing.

REGARDING HEALTH CARE

SB 330, Alex Padilla, Pupil Instruction: Health: Mental Health Instruction.
Requires changes to Health Framework for California Public Schools, to expand a curriculum on mental health instructions. It further authorizes schools to utilize programs from other states and COUNTRIES! What, Russia, China, Iran?

Interpretation? Everybody’s emotionally or mentally unbalanced and needs what only professionals can provide, the proper outlook on life in order to succeed. This so strongly adheres to former legislator John Vasconcellos constant attempts to promote while in office - family and church represent the source of everyone’s (so-called) mental and emotional problems.

SB 138, Ed Hernandez, (D) Confidentiality of Medical Information. It addresses the issue of protecting medical information from inappropriate disclosure to persons or agencies not approved to receive this information, while at the same time other bills broaden the arena of agencies who may receive heretofore private medical data.

SB 491, Ed Hernandez,(D), Nurse Practitioners. This bill accomplishes the same goal as Tony Atkins, AB 154. It greatly expands the scope of practice and authorizes nurse practitioners. etc, to act in lieu of doctors, make referrals to doctors or clinics (realize this includes abortion shops), make changes in end-of-life medical plans without patient approval, develop mental health preventive plans (in school counseling centers).

SB 528, Leland Yee, Dependents: Care and treatment: Minor parents and Non minor Dependent parents. Expands the scope of services to which a minor may consent without parental approval including foster children. The wording is so vague that it would appear to give authorization to minors to consent to injections such as the dreaded Gardasil.

All the Senate (SB) bills are awaiting hearing in the Assembly Appropriations Committee. Call or fax the committee and urge NO votes. Phone: 916-319-2081/fax: 916-319-2181.

ASSEMBLY EDUCATION COMMITTEE

SB 192, Carol Liu,(D), Early Learning and Educational Support Services.
This bill, amended 6 times, mandates vast amounts of expenditures to overhaul and consolidate the education system including salaries of expanded faculty, incorporating training and services beginning with infants and their families to be provided by the Department of Education.

It amends a large number of Education codes merging them into one Act - The Child Care and Development Services Act or as it will be renamed: The Early Learning and Education Support Act.

The state legislative analyst’s office predicts that this will create “potentially substantial loss of state savings, likely millions of dollars annually, as well as minor administrative costs to the California Department of Education and Prop 98 funds.

This bill is as much a workforce development promotion as well as a total takeover of the family and every individual living within a family. It aligns with and activates the bills just mentioned above that would provide womb to tomb government guidance for all. Recall that yesterday I reported on SB 402, Breastfeeding?

ASSEMBLY AGING AND LONG-TERM CARE COMMITTEE

SJR 11, Mark DeSaulnier, (D), Housing with Services. Memorializes Congress to support integrating services into affordable housing requirements, placing the government prescribed “needed” services to low and middle income elderly within the same environment. This is also referred to as “Aging in Place.”

As I see it…

  • Infants and mothers will be grouped in preventive programs that provide mandated government regimen such as breastfeeding and toilet training.
  • School age children will have their early childhood education, mentall health services, nutrition programs and workforce pre-planned training programs
  • Adults and young adults, already by now well trained and compliant, will have their government approved workforce placement assignments overseen by Medical homes.
  • These groups of people will all be living in or near transit village, transportation hubs being provided with nutritious meals through community gardens certified to grow only nutritious and organic food. Restaurants that wish to survive will display certificates of approval issued by some governmental oversight office.
  • Senior citizens will be moved into Hospice type medical Homes, bringing with them their POLST form indicating what medical care they require and when this care is authorized to decease and desist. Of course the senior citizen/patient might not know from day to day what that POLST form authorizes because the nurse practitioner will be continually adjusting the health care regimen.

All this can, of course, be stopped if all just get busy and pay attention to what the politicians in partnership with foundations and corporations are doing and through them out of office.

-Camille
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Take away God, all respect for civil laws, all regard for even the most necessary institutions disappears; justice is scouted; the very liberty that belongs to the law of nature is trodden underfoot; and men go so far as to destroy the very structure of the family, which is the first and firmest foundation of the social structure.
- St. Pius X, Jucunda Sane, March 12, 1904