'Saw VI' Movie Pushes Obamacare Propaganda

InformationLiberation
Oct. 19, 2009

"Health care decisions should be made by doctors and their patients, not by the insurance company."

The words of Obama?

No, the words of the character in the horror movie "Saw VI" who is not-so-subtly pushing health care reform in a scene featuring multiple simulated murders of health insurance workers. The character instructs an apparently evil health insurance executive that he must pick which of his fellow employees will live or die, as they scream out "I have children" and are graphically murdered, the character explains the evils of our health care system, and apparently how those who deny people's health insurance claims need to be systematically killed.

"Hello, William. Before you are six of your most valuable associates. The ones who find errors in policies. Their findings result in over two thirds of all applications denied or prematurely terminated. Health care decisions should be made by doctors and their patients, not by the insurance company."



Ohhh how scary! Watching graphic simulated murders is just fine but to think health insurance companies deny people's claims, that's the real horror!

If you are not amused by this little "propaganda placement" then good, you shouldn't be, how apropos this movie comes right on the heels of an Entertainment Industry Foundation report detailing how they are going to be pushing pro-Obama "serve your government" propaganda through practically every television show there is.

This piece of trash movie ought to be boycotted by every single human being on the planet, this movie is dehumanizing propaganda scientifically devised to psychologically terrorize the viewer, how anyone could find that entertaining is beyond me, regardless, even if you are into killing puppies you shouldn't be into being brazenly brainwashed into supporting Obamacare.

(Hat tip to Alex Jones)

Now for some art:
















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