Welcome to Soviet-Style Healthcare…In America

Hammer & SickleWelcome to Soviet-Style Healthcare…In America

In the book, Welcome to Soviet America: Special Edition, we find the following paragraph: Russia was the first nation on the planet to adopt Communism. This explains why Russia was also the first nation in the modern era to legalize abortion. So, it should come as no surprise that Russia was the first nation to make “free” and “universal” health care a constitutional right. In the Soviet Union this right was enshrined in Article 42 of the Soviet Constitution, which stated, in part, that “Citizens of the USSR have the right to health protection. This right is ensured by free, qualified medical care provided by state health institutions.”

Chapter Ten of Welcome to Soviet America: Special Edition is titled, Health Care Perestroika In Soviet America. Perestroika means “restructuring” in Russian. Just as health care was restructured in Russia when the Communists took over, and restructured again when the Soviet Union collapsed into the Russian Federation, during Obama’s “fundamental transformation” of America we now have a restructured health care system based upon the Soviet/Russian models.

The Sovietization of American health care has also been recognized by others, and in July of 2012 we find planet.infowars.com posted an article titled, Welcome to Soviet-Style Healthcare…In America. Below is an excerpt from this article:

“Welcome to the new American healthcare system courtesy of the Russian Federation. That’s right, just as our public schools are fashioned on the Soviet polytechnic model of training good little worker-bees to produce and perform for the state, our new healthcare law is nearly identical to the one developed by the Soviet Union and tweaked under the Russian Federation. The only problem? It’s a failure over there, as it will be here.”

The astounding failure of the Soviet health care system is described in some detail in Chapter Ten of Welcome to Soviet America: Special Edition. It clearly describes the medical nightmare that Americans can expect as ObamaCare becomes a reality – and a major building block in William Z. Foster’s Soviet America!