Euthanasia: we can live without it
"...talk about pain is part of a simple bait and switch: terrify people with the prospect of dying in unbearable agony, then implement a program that prescribes suicide for mental distress."
Compassion and Choices–once known by the more accurate name Hemlock Society–is in the well paid, but non profit business, of promoting assisted suicide.
Panel's plan confirms that extension is not only possible, but inevitable.
Surely a natural death - neither prolonging nor deliberately foreshortening - at home or in a place of our choosing, with effective pain and symptom management is what we all really want.
The Premier will be putting his own citizens at risk for the sake of an ideology driven by an elite few. No government should behave that way.
One way or the other, euthanasia and assisted suicide will be debated in Victoria some time early in 2017.
A discussion paper will be released early in 2017 for public comment. The legislation is expected to be introduced into the parliament from July 2017.
a series of Fact Sheets arguing against assisted suicide in Victoria
20% of close friends or family who witness assisted suicide develop post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
This article by Oregonian doctor, William Toffler MD explains what has happened in Oregon since it allowed assisted suicide. From the Montanans Against Assisted Suicide website.
Considering the fact that there is essentially no oversight of the assisted suicide law, how can people be considered safe when the assisted suicide lobby also runs the assisted suicide law?
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