Euthanasia: we can live without it
Either death or, well, err, death.
This summer, euthanasia will end her life full of inner conflict, depression and self-destruction.
Health Insurance Group Menzies will pay for the euthanasia deaths that occur at the the euthanasia clinic that is operated by the euthanasia lobby in the Netherlands (NVVE) and opened March 1, 2012.
Late last year we reported that the Dutch Minister of Health, Edith Schippers was considering a move to create mobile euthanasia services in the Netherlands. Home delivery — Dutch style!
There is good news and bad news about euthanasia from the Netherlands and Belgium.
Euthanasia in The Netherlands continues to spiral out of control reports Alex Schadenberg.
The number of assisted deaths in the Netherlands continues to increase.
Latest Report from Holland.
Anne McTavish, blogger at The Province in Canada blogs on Assisted Suicide and the Carter Case:
The euthanasia and assisted suicide genie, once out of the bottle, is insatiable.
Once the genie is out of the bottle, it is not likely to ever go back in again.
(The) major arguments used to justify PAS and VAE—autonomy, compassion, and public opinion—are far less persuasive than they may at first appear.
"(i)n the Netherlands: we have such lofty ideals about being human, that we are dissatisfied when a person does not meet those ideals, despite our best care."
Overall, deaths by euthanasia, which officially account for three per cent of all deaths in the Netherlands, have increased by 151 per cent in just seven years.
If there’s even one case of assisted dying for which there was a less drastic alternative, then that is one case too many.
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