Edwin Joseph Moelder  Itinerant Evangelist

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Sola Scriptura - Solus Christus - Sola Gratia Sola Fide - Soli Deo Gloria.

No King but King Jesus.


Judaism and Islam are blasphemy of the Holy Trinity.


World "leaders" met in Beijing a few years ago for a United Nations conference on Women. In 1992 many of the same were at Rio De Janeiro to propose a "Bio-Diversity Treaty". Heady arguments were made at both for the protection of women and for the preservation of plant and animal life. In the past, extraordinary efforts have been observed in the protection and rescue of whales stranded on the shoals of the Pacific coast. Who can forget the pictures of years ago of young, snow white and helpless new born Harp seals being bludgeoned by pelt seekers. Now we have the outcry concerning the Pit-Bull deaths. Such a noble effort, accentuated by the common grief of those attuned to the plight of the natural world, poured out a spirit of protection for animals. Are humanity and its creativeness no less deserving of protection ? Aboriginal peoples cry that they be allowed to protect their heritage and justifiably ask for the end of apartheid. Woeful statements of concern for the refugees and impoverished of the world are heard daily. Who will give voice to the child in it's natural milieu. Who will chant, " justice now", for the innocent unborn children ? Quite illogical rationalization is in the argument by so-called scientists that humanity must be sacrificed in order to protect it. How can the promoters of "Earth Day" and "Bio- Diversity" argue in such a convoluted form for murder and terroristic consumption of children ?


The issue is not the right of choice. Nor is it the right to life. Nor is it the call of the "civil-rights" activist for peace and justice. It is the noble obligation to help the helpless indeed. To assist those who have not enjoyed the blessing of a completed nurturing. To protect the innocent, the voice of whom is insufficiently developed to plead and contend with the crescendo of the mob crying for a sacrifice. The most extreme form of child abuse is performed upon those most deserving of mercy. The state is most assuredly impelled to protect these millions who without question are unable to protect themselves from murder in the womb. Learned persons have delivered scientific papers in the medical forums of Vanderbilt University that the heart muscle cells begin to pulsate with life within three weeks of conception. Extreme life preserving effort and resources are committed to those who lie in a comma with their heart still pulsing. Is no less an effort mandated by natural law, much less divine law, to assist those not capable of a pleading cry for mercy ? Protect the innocent unborn martyrs.


Over thirty million have perished in this country since manumission for the unborn was shamefully removed by our "justice system" allowing abortion up to the moment of birth ? What of the number in India and China where females are sacrificed solely because they are female ? The total number certainly exceeds the estimated 35 million to 60 million combined casualties during World War II. Is it noble to expend so much effort for the destruction of human progeny ? Dietrich Bonhoeffer gave his life in the death camp at Flossenberg three months before the end of World War II. He worked to stop the forces of genocide as proscribed by the Fascists of Italy, the Nazis of Germany, and the Pogroms of the Soviets against the Jews. What came of the courage of the teenage Catholic Episcopal Navy Medical Corpsmen Harry Payne who nursed his fellow prisoners of Shinto Buddhist Militarists in Bataan and throughout the Philippines for four years ? Consider the sacrifice by Franz Jozsef Mindszenty who fought the Soviet Communists as they attempted to secularize the Roman Catholic Schools of Hungary. Recall the centuries of barbarity by the Moslem oppressors on the Armenians. Finally, Martin Luther King's non violent opposition to evil is proclaimed by holiday as an example for man to follow. Images of the "civil-rights" movement are easily recalled where he delivers his oratory from the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Over head is a stained glass picture of Christ praying in the garden. Yet, within blocks of the church, extreme violence by crushing dismemberment is imposed upon children today. Recent cries for justice in that podium ring closer to sedition or insurrection than to the Nobel Award winning cause of "civil-rights." We sit as a nation bankrupt of moral value by allowing the slaughter to continue. What civil right is greater than life itself for the innocent.


The Challenges before us are often painstakingly difficult to resolve. The degree of courage required to be decisively in the forefront of policy can come about only when one is secure in his position. Courage to stand, and then stand again against evil comes from only one source. Repeated decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court continue to demonstrate a shrinking ethic. I ask that you support, protect and defend the civil right of innocent unborn children to grow, prosper and ultimately have the same degree of equal opportunity that you find comfort in today. Will you place your heart between the surgeons cutlery of child abuse and the body of the unborn innocent human child ? Will you take affirmative action to secure for these unborn their inalienable right of life ? How many more future writers for liberty and life will be offered on the Altars of Molech. In the words of Milton.


Avenge O Lord Thy Slaughtered Saints, whose bones

Lie scattered on the Alpine mountains cold;

Even them who kept thy truth so pure of old,

When all our fathers worshiped stocks and stones,

Forget not: in thy book record their groans

Who were thy sheep, and in their ancient fold

Slain by the bloody Piedmontese, that rolled

Mother with infant down the rocks. Their moans

The vales redoubled to the hills, and they

To heaven. Their martyred blood and ashes sow

O'er all the Italian fields, where still doth sway

The Triple Tyrant; that from these may grow

A hundredfold, who, having learnt thy way,

Early may fly the Babylonian woe.


In the name of Jehovah Sabaoth the Lord God of Hosts Jesus Christ, the pre-existent, everlasting, eternal, creator, redeemer and sustainer of the cosmos, who through His infinite, merciful, full, perfect, sufficient, complete and continuous atoning makes us just, help them.

 The following is Extracted from THE NAZI DOCTORS: Medical Killing and the Psychology of

Genocide.Lifton, Robert Jay, London: Papermac, 1986 (Reprinted 1990)__pp.95-97






T4 Medical Killing Program


The camouflage organization created for the medical killing of adults

was known as the Reich Work Group of Sanatoriums and Nursing Homes

(Reichsarbeitsgemeinschaft Heil- und Pflegeanstalten, or RAG). It

operated from the Berlin Chancellery, at Tiergarten 4, hence the "T4"

code name. In time, word of the Nazi T4 program (medical killing on a

vast scale) filtered down into the general population, and resistance

began to emerge. In time, after scathing denouncements by clergy, and

even Werner Moelders, a Catholic Luftwaffe pilot and war hero (who

threatened to return his decorations if the `euthanasia' program was not

halted), the decision was made to respond...."Nazi leaders faced the

prospect of either having to imprison prominent, highly admired

clergymen and other protesters _ a course with consequences in terms of

adverse public reaction they greatly feared _ or else end the program.

The latter was essentially the recommendation of Himmler, who noted that

the secret was no longer a secret, though added, `If operation T4 had

been entrusted to the SS, things would have happened differently,

'because `when the Fuehrer entrusts us with a job, we know how to deal

with it correctly, without causing useless uproar among the people.'

"Early in 1941, T4 leader Bouhler agreed to let Himmler use T4 personnel

and facilities to rid the camps of `excess' prisoners _ notably those

most seriously ill,' physically and mentally. Sometimes called `prisoner

euthanasia' or (by prisoners) `Operation Invalid,' the resultant program

was officially `Operation [or Special Treatment] 14f13.'* The

designation came from the reference number for the operation in

documents of the Concentration Camp Inspectorate.** That spring,

`experimental psychiatrists' from T4 were sent to the camps, assured

that their work in selecting out `asocial' elements had scientific

importance. Their work, as in T4, was based on prior questionnaires. For

this purpose, however, they were shorter, asking after a prisoner's

name, race, and `health' (that is, whether incurable). *** The short

form was explained by the T4 doctors' lack of time, although camp

commandants or camp doctors did the initial screening. To camouflage

procedures, those selected were told that they were being sent to a

`rest home.' (In fact, people apparently volunteered until it was

realized what was happening when personal effects, but no rested'

prisoners, returned.)


As low as T4 standards were, those in 14f13 were worse. `Examinations'

by T4 doctors were perfunctory or non-existent, and the questionnaires

frequently contained no medical information at all, but only a list of

an inmate's ostensible crimes and political deviations. Ordinary SS camp

personnel could construe political beliefs or rude comments about the

Fuehrer as `mental deficiency' or `psychological aberration,' and the

visiting doctors' commission almost never objected to an SS request for

transfer' (to a killing facility). Whatever the travesty of medicine,

inmates observed that `the doctors were dressed in white coats,'

although other prisoners apparently assumed that they were Gestapo in



Hitler apparently gave Brandt a verbal order on or about 24 August 1941

to end or at least `stall' operation T4. But the killing of mental

patients did not end: mass murder was just beginning. What was

discontinued was only the visible dimension of the project: the

large-scale gassing of patients. T4 officially ceased as a program, but

that turned out to be still another deception. Widespread killing

continued in a second phase, sometimes referred to in Nazi documents as

`wild euthanasia' because doctors _ encouraged, if not directed, by the

regime_ could now act on their own initiative concerning who would live

or die.


While the regime ordered most of the gas chambers dismantled (to be

reassembled, as it turned out, in the East), it did nothing to stop the

ideological and institutional momentum of medical killing. The regime's

clear message, in fact, was that the killings were to go on, but more

quietly. And more quiet killing meant more isolated, individual

procedures. Doctors acted on their personal and ideological

inclinations, along with their sense of the regime's pulse. That pulse

emanated no longer from the Chancellery, which bowed out along with T4

itself, but from the Reich Interior Ministry and its national medical

subdivision. There were changes in geographical location, but the regime

continued to make transportation arrangements, required that patients'

deaths be recorded centrally, and in some cases maintained T4 experts in

a partially supervisory role. Patients were now killed not by gas but by

starvation and drugs, the latter method in particular rendering the

killing still more `medical.' The children's program was not included

under the T4 `halt.'


Killing methods did not have to be changed: drugs and starvation, and

not gas, had been employed from the beginning. The killing of children

had been considerably less visible, taking place as it did on wards in

smaller facilities without the telltale evidence of noxious smoke and

odors that stemmed from large-scale gassing. The programs had been based

more on presumed eugenic and scientific grounds than on direct economic

ones (the children did not work and ate less) and had not created the

degree of public controversy that adult killing had. If anything, the

reporting methods for ostensible abnormalities became more systematic.

Research efforts, mostly post-mortem studies, also became more

systematic, as sometimes happened in adult `wild euthanasia.'


Not only did the regime remain closely involved, but the greater part of

the killing of children took place after the official ending of the

`euthanasia' project. What did become more `wild' was the method of

deciding which children should be killed. Now even the pretense of

review boards of `expert opinion' was abandoned: any child considered in

some way impaired, and sent though the administrative system to any of

the `special pediatric units' of the original project, was still fair

game. Beyond that, institutional doctors could proceed according to

their own inclinations.


Adult `wild euthanasia' involved more radical changes for psychiatrists.

No longer operators of gas chambers, they returned to the familiar

terrain of syringes, oral medications, and dietary prescriptions of

achieving the same end. From the regime's medical bureaucracy came the

continuing message that mental patients were `useless eaters,' burdens

on the state and its war effort, `life unworthy of life.' Permission to

kill was clear enough, even if a little indirect. As one psychiatrist

later testified, `In conversation with other participants in the program

I learned that there would be no fuss if some physician or other in an

institution stood ready to kill a patient by injection or overdose, if

he was convinced that the patient's extinction was desirable.' And there

was a partial merger of child and adult `euthanasia' programs as the age

limit of the children's program was raised to sixteen years: `to some

extent this expansion was to offer a substitute for the canceled

program.' There were, in fact, documented cases of patients of about

that age who had managed to survive the official end of the adult

`euthanasia' program only to be fatally reclassified as a child.

Hefelmann testimony, 6-15 September 1960, Heyde Trial, pp. 681-82. See

also p. 680 Ernst Klee, "Euthansie" im NS-Staat: Die "Vernichtung

lebensunwerten Lebens" (Frankfurt/M: S. Fischer, 1983, p. 440) Friedrich

Mennecke, quoted in Alexander Mitscherlich and Fred Mielke, "Doctors of

Infamy: The Story of the Nazi Medical Crimes" (New York:n Henry Schuman,

1949) p. 116


Extracted from THE NAZI DOCTORS: Medical Killing and the Psychology of

Genocide.Lifton, Robert Jay, London: Papermac, 1986 (Reprinted 1990)__pp.95-97


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I serve no man or denomination nor for gain. I serve Jesus The Christ alone.

With the love of the Holy Trinity of the ancient Catholic faith, SEPARATE FROM ROME, everlastingly
sealed in The body of Jesus The Christ,

Edwin Joseph Moelder +
United States of America Air Force Veteran
Great Grand Son of CSA Veterans, Revolutionary War Veterans and French and
Indian War Veterans.
Descendant of Zipporah Murray, Christopher Gist, Shem, Heber, Abraham, Judah
and Joseph

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