Euthanasia: we can live without it
The culture of death, which is bound to lead to the self-destruction of any society that adopts it, is making great strides in Europe.
Frank Van Den Bleeken will die by euthanasia this month in prison in Belgium.
To die for a lie…or for such a crass error…the unthinkable really has become not just thinkable – it has taken the form of a new ‘religious cult’ amongst some Belgian doctors and supposed thinkers.
The only thing for certain is that there is deep outrage amongst euthanasia enthusiasts that there remain some small pockets of resistance. They will not be satisfied until every last bulwark is destroyed.
"The conclusion that Belgium is a palliative care role model for the world is an overstatement."
Tom Mortier, we salute you!
"if euthanasia is mean't to be truly voluntary and not about disability, why don't they define the laws in that way?"
This time around Lara Giddings will not have the 'trappings of office' or advantages of being Premier and on the treasury benches.
Dr Bernadette Tobin was interviewed recently on Australia's Radio National about euthanasia. Tobin's interview followed upon interviews of two pro-euthanasia advocates (mentioned occasionally throughout this broadcast).
Assisted suicide and euthanasia are contrary to all historic codes of medical ethics, including the Hippocratic Oath, the Declaration of Geneva, the International Code of Medical Ethics and the Statement of Marbella.
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