Euthanasia: we can live without it
But there will be others; there will always be others. Just another reason why the only solution is to keep the clear, bright line precisely where it is and reason enough to prosecute the outliers.
this flimsy and irrational new ‘line in the sand’ suggested by The Age and others, will not hold; it is foolhardy and exceedingly dangerous to think otherwise.
The ABC website The Drum recently gave Dr Rodney Syme space to continue his public defence of his actions in respect to the 2009 death of Steve Guest in Melbourne. Syme admits to providing Guest with Nembutal but claims he did so for palliative reasons, saying ‘it was not my intention’ that he should end his life
News today from Victoria that police have finally interviewed Dr Rodney Syme over the Nembutal death of Steve Guest nine years ago.
Trying to pull down social and medical institutions to further the pro-euthanasia cause is grossly irresponsible.
But, if the snake oil salesman tried to sell you the same failed cure-all that you bought last year, only this time with a different name will it be any more potent? Will you be convinced?