THE STATE IS LEGALLY KILLING KIDS
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“We can be sure that a truly heinous cultural moment has arrived when children are offered suicide assistance instead of suicide prevention.” ~ Monica Burke, a research assistant in the DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society at The Heritage Foundation.
Euthanasia is legal in Canada and parts of the United States, with some authorities calling for the deaths of children without parental consent. A group of medics from a Toronto children’s hospital have released a deplorable paper which outlines its position on child euthanasia. In the paper, published in the British Medical Journal, Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children revealed that in some cases, the young person’s parents will not be notified of the intention to end their own lives until after the death is confirmed.
“Usually, the family is intimately involved in this (end-of-life) decision-making process,” the paediatric doctors, administrators, and ethicists noted in a Sept. 21 paper published in the British Medical Journal.
“If, however, a capable patient (a child) explicitly indicates that they do not want their family members involved in their decision-making, ultimately the wishes of patients with respect to confidentiality must be respected.”
In the east-central Canadian province of Ontario, parents are not required to be involved in any child’s decision to end their own life. It is a terrifying prospect that a child could choose to engage in physician-assisted suicide without the involvement of their parents.
“It is not difficult to imagine how such a protocol could wreak havoc on society,” commented Monica Burke, a research assistant in the De Vos Center for Religion and Civil Society at The Heritage Foundation.
“When a culture differentiates between lives worth living and lives worth ending, the consequences to vulnerable populations, the young, the old, the sick, and disabled, are disastrous.”
Burke added that, as a result of the twisted and dark progression of euthanasia legislation, “those who most require our compassion and protection become the most likely to be pressured to prematurely end their lives. We can be sure that a truly heinous cultural moment has arrived when children are offered suicide assistance instead of suicide prevention.
The scholar noted that this Canadian hospital’s ethically bankrupt policy is a clear-cut signal that there is now “no natural, logical limit to who qualifies for physician-assisted suicide.” Assisted suicide is on its way to becoming utterly indiscriminate, with little legal constraint and a subsequent whittling away of the sanctity of life.
A damning study published by the Canadian Institute for Health Information revealed that a mere 15 percent of dying Canadians have access to quality palliative during the last year of their life. Indeed, it is clear that the legislative emphasis has been placed on the ending of life, rather than the sustaining of it.
“We all know that in Canada, a hospital visit for a frail elderly person means lying on a gurney in a hallway for hours,” wrote André Picard at Canadian newspaper, the Globe and Mail. “That is the last place a dying person, often confused, incontinent and in pain, should be. This kind of humiliation is untenable and we should be ashamed at how commonplace it is.”
Earlier this year, a leading American bioethicist backed a Dutch law that effectively eradicates all age limits for euthanasia, meaning children can be medically, and legally, state executed.
Euthanasia in The Netherlands is legal starting at age 12. You would expect that American experts would be appalled by this law, but that’s not the case. U.S. Ethics Professor Margaret P. Battin actively supported it and promotes the 2004 infant euthanasia policy called the Groningen Protocol. The Protocol contains directives with criteria under which physicians can perform “active ending of life on infants” without fear of prosecution.
Battin listed shocking propositions that proposes that “parents aren’t harmed by seeing their children suffer.” In effect, this means that if the medicos feel that a parent suffers from the sight of their child going through pain, it is okay to “put their children down.”
Euthanasia is legal in certain parts of the United States, including California, Colorado, Oregon, Vermont, Hawaii, and Washington.
Meanwhile, in Russia, euthanasia is strictly forbidden nationwide. For assisting a suicide, violators can be sentenced up to 14 years in prison. ~ Source FAITHWIRE
MICHAEL WALSH is an internationally acclaimed journalist, author, and broadcaster shunned by liberal-left corporate media. He is the author of RISE OF THE SUN WEEL, EUROPE ARISE, TROTSKY’S WHITE NEGROES, MEGACAUST, SCULPTURES OF THE THIRD REICH VOLUME I and VOLUME II and 51 other book titles.
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