Fwd: Second International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

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From: Ironsides <ironsides@videotron.ca>
Date: Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 5:07 PM
Subject: Fwd: Second International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
To: Stop Eugenics! <contact@stopeugenics.org>

Attention: All Recipients
 
Most people tend to think  that landing in an ICU is what happens to "other people". The problem is, it usually happens "to you"!–I really don’t think anybody who landed in an ICU the first time, thought it would happen to themselves.
 
Aside from the millions of supporters she had, there were alot of people who were "rah,rah,rah!–Terri Schiavo is gone!" Alot of calloused people laughed it all off, and there were places where Terri Schiavo’s torture and execution became a joke. Balance of nature as it occurs,  undoubtedly some Terri Schiavo comedians have had their taste of the so-called "dying with dignity".
 
One thing I witnessed last year in two ICU’s, is that since Terri Schiavo’s execution, it was not the doctors I had to worry about. Their mistakes were unintentional. The nurses were more interested in facilitating my death, than contacting a doctor when I needed one. The only way I got out of either ICU, was because I was able to communicate.
 
Right now in ICUs, there is a climate where finishing people off is easy to do, and it will escape any notice during reporting.
 
Last year, for whatever reason, an anaesthesist could not intubate me for surgery, to have a stone removed from my bladder. They put in a trachea, which created complications for several weeks, before I was able to have lazer surgery.
 
The main point is, this symposium on euthanasia is really important. The serial-killers are everywhere, and they are on a roll. I think it is important to change the thought processes in the U.S. and Canada. If we can restore the value of "living", "dying of old-age", and treasuring every day of our lives again, instead of  allowing medical thugs and governments to put time-limits on people’s lives, the value of living will spread in healthy epidemic proportions.
 
Please spread this email around about the symposium so as many people as possible can attend.
 
 
Thankyou,
 
 
 
Robert Greig
 
 
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From: Alex Schadenberg <euthanasiaprevention@on.aibn.com>
Date: Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 2:44 PM
Subject: Second International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide
To: Euthanasia Prevention Coalition <euthanasiaprevention@on.aibn.com>

Please forward this email.
 
Second-International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide – Never Again

In the past several months we have witnessed the passing and now implementation of the Washington State I-1000 assisted suicide Initiative making assisted suicide legal in that state. We were shocked when Judge Dorothy McCarter legalized assisted suicide in the state of Montana by judicial fiat. Luxembourg just passed a bill to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide that will be implemented this summer.

We experienced a temporary victory in Hawaii when the state legislature decided to temporarily put-aside an assisted suicide bill. There are currently bills  to legalize assisted suicide in New Hampshire, New Mexico, Massachussets and now Pennsylvania. Canada will soon be facing another bill to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide and in the UK Lord Joffe may also introduce a bill to legalize assisted suicide and there are pressures to legalize assisted suicide in Scotland.

You need to attend the Second-International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.

Be part of the Strategy and learn how to stop the euthanasia lobby in America and world-wide.

The Second-International Symposium is designed to build an effective, unified and focused group of organizations and individuals to stop the euthanasia death lobby.

The Second-International Symposium is May 29 – 30, 2009 at the National Conference Center – 18980 Upper Belmont Pl. Landsdowne Virginia 20176, near the Washington DC – Dulles Airport.

* We have acquired a Meeting ID with United Airlines that offers a flight discounts for all the participants. The Meeting ID is: 585JQ. You can contact United Airlines directly or you can book with Conlin Travel (1-800-783-9559) who are friendly to our work and helping us with flight bookings. You simply need to quote the United Airlines Meeting ID when booking the flight.

The registration cost for the Symposium is $199 regular or $139 for a student or a person with a disability. You are able to register online by going to the International Symposium page at http://www.epcc.ca. We are happy to receive payment for registration by check or credit card.

The room rate at the National Conference Center is: $139 regular room, $179 for a suite (plus all taxes). Online registration can be accessed online by finding the link at the registration section of our website at: http://www.epcc.ca

The registration and room rate includes the cost for all meals and refreshment breaks on May 29 – 30. The room rate will change at the Conference Center on days before or after the International Symposium.

The Co-Sponsors of the Symposium are:

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, Compassionate Health Care Network, Not Dead Yet, Physicians for Compassionate Care, Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation, Institute for the Study of Disability and Bioethics, Vermont Alliance for Ethical Health Care, ALERT, Care Not Killing Alliance, & No Less Human.

The Speakers for the Symposium include:

Rita Marker, Wesley Smith, Diane Coleman, Stephen Drake, Dr. William Toffler, Dr Bob Orr, Mark Mostert, Ian Dowbiggin, Randy Richardson, Bobby Schindler, Eileen Geller, Margaret Dore, Alison Davis, Dr Peter Saunders, Colin Harte, Lionel Roosemont, Julie Grimstad and Alex Schadenberg.

At the First-International Symposium we were able to register many students, people with disabilities and others, who were unable to pay the registration fee.

We have now received many requests from people who wish to attend the Second International Symposium and we are hoping that many people will be able to donate for this purpose. For those who are unable to attend the Symposium, but are willing to donate the cost of registration please send either $199 or $139 to the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition.

In order to operate the Symposium at a breakeven financial basis we are seeking groups and individuals who are willing to advertise in the Symposium booklet. Supporters will be acknowledged in the Symposium booklet based on the level of support. Supporter levels are Gold supporter – $500, Silver supporter – $250, Bronze supporter – $100.

A webpage dedicated to the Second-International Symposium can be accessed at: www.epcc.ca

The unified direction that will be promoted at the Second-International Symposium requires the involvement of people everywhere, including you.

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition – http://www.epcc.ca, info@epcc.ca, 1-877-439-3348

Box 25033, London Ontario Canada N6C 6A8

Box 611309 Port Huron MI 48061-1309


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About Ironsides

I was born in 1951 with Arthrogryposis, developed scoliosis at ten years old, but travelled alot and worked in several countries with a religious cult. All my adult life I have had to live with others, and after three respiratory-failures I had to move into a long-term care institution.
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