Danger for the Doctors

WELCH, Robert

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Belmont, Mass. & San Marino, Calif.: American Opinion, (1970). Wraps. 13 p. [14509]

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"But the whole gigantic and brazen plan, to beguile the American people and browbeat the medical profession into accepting - smoothly and insidiously, but rapidly and totally - the socialization of American medicine, will depend for its success on exactly the combination of human characteristics and forces which lies behind every similar success of the Socialist-Communist INSIDERS. This combination was very accurately described by one Costa de Beauregard (of whom we know nothing more), in trying to explain the years of terror of the French Revolution. He said that this horror was due to 'the audacity of some, and the cowardice of all.' And the formula is still being utilized, 180 years later, by the spiritual descendants of Marat, Danton (who said, 'L'audace, tojours l'audace!') and Robespierre, as they now draw ever nearer to the ultimate goal of the long Conspiracy. Which is the imposition of their brutal tyranny over all the people of the earth".


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