Watch Americans Sign A Petition To Murder Senior Citizens


”Mandatory Euthanasia” for Senior Citizens to Be Part of Obama Care?

Media analyst and author Mark Dice asks random people if they’ll sign a petition to support the “mandatory” euthanasia provision in Obama Care to help keep healthcare costs down by putting senior citizens to sleep. Shot in San Diego, California.

Watch Americans Sign A Petition To Murder Senior Citizens


Mark Dice is a media analyst, political activist, and author who, in an entertaining and educational way, gets people to question our celebrity obsessed culture, and the role the mainstream media and elite secret societies play in shaping our lives. Check out Mark’s books in paperback on or e-book on Kindle, iBooks, Nook, or Google Play.

Mark frequently stirs up controversy from his commentaries, protests, and boycotts, and has repeatedly been featured in major media outlets around the world.

Several of Mark’s YouTube videos have gone viral, earning him a mention on ABC’s The View, Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor, CNN, Drudge Report, Infowars, TMZ, and other mainstream media outlets. Mark has also been featured in (or attacked in) the New York Post’s Page Six, Rolling Stone Magazine, USA Today, The New York Daily News, and in major papers in Pakistan and Iran.

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2 Responses

  1. mike says:

    Are most americans that stupid that they will just sign anything, without even reading it? LOL

  2. Archie1954 says:

    It is fairly obvious that many of these people had no clue as to what they were signing. Did you know that many hospitals practice subtle pessure on relatives to sign their aging parent’s death warrant? It’s true. I went through just that scenario two Christmases ago with my Mother in an Oregon hospital. Basically we were told to pull the medical support as she was being kept alive artificially and would expire within hours as her heart was too badly damaged. So after tremendous heartache we did and my Mother stayed with us for a good 24 hours before I demanded she be reconnected and a second opinion on her condition be rendered. A different heart specialist said she was past any danger and we should look to her future care. Well, here we are a few years later and she is up and around and taking care of herself with my sister’s assistance. Don’t ever let anyone tell you to pull the cord until you have had a second opinion!

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