Euthanasia: we can live without it
The Canadian Government has released its statement to the Canadian Court ahead of its appeal of the Carter judgement that sought to force the government to overturn the longstanding prohibition of Assisted Suicide
Make no mistake: if ever there was going to be a test case, this is it.
Canada is on the verge of instituting the most radical culture of death in the world.
How will Canada reconcile the belief in the dignity and worth of every human person with assisted suicide for only some and not all?
consent to the infliction of death is not a justification for inflicting death
“Nobody should be forced to suffer to death or kill themselves, but those should not be the policy choices Canadians are left with,”
the authority to provide a hastened death will be conferred on physicians, many of whom lack competencies to care for dying patients
We might just as easily have doctor, lawyer and local Hell’s Angel chieftain assisted suicide.
There is no right to commit suicide with a correlative duty that the state support the person wanting to commit suicide.
It has always been about small groups of people, an elite, who drive the agenda. This is simply another example of that.
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