Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
by Alex Schadenberg
Published for Australia and New Zealand by Connor Court Publishing on behalf of HOPE: preventing euthanasia & assisted suicide.
Available for posting within Australia. $19.95 per copy (incl P & H)
What people are saying about this book:
If a law is to be valid, it must protect vulnerable people. Regrettably, euthanasia laws fail this basic test.
The idea that there are lives unworthy to be lived is dangerous. The ‘slippery slope’ is not imaginary. It exists – and despite the efforts of euthanasia sympathizers – it cannot be wished away.
The Hon Kevin Andrews MP Member for Menzies VIC. Commonwealth Parliament of Australia (from the Foreword)
“Using already existing studies, Schadenberg has uncovered the shocking truth about euthanasia in Belgium, the lives lost and the deep threat to others. His work demonstrates unequivocally that we must never follow this Belgian pathway to the easy killing of people whose lives are not valued by those who do the killing.”
Kevin Fitzpatrick OBE, Not Dead Yet, UK
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Do you call this a Life? Blurred Boundaries in the Netherlands' Right-to-Die Laws
by Gerbert van Loenen
Available for posting within Australia. $35.00 per copy (incl P & H)
After his late partner suffered severe brain injury, Mr. van Loenen was shocked by an acquaintance who said of his partner “he would be better off dead.” What are the origins of such a judgment? This important analysis connects our possible future with Holland’s euthanasia experience. Gerbert van Loenen is a Dutch journalist - correspondent in the Netherlands and in Germany. As deputy editor-in-chief of the Dutch daily newspaper Trouw, he has followed the historic changes in the euthanasia laws in the Netherlands.
"Making euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide legal started a development we did not foresee. The old limit ‘thou shalt not kill’ was abandoned, a new limit is yet to be found." Van Loenen.