Quadriplegic 9 Year Old Murdered and Disposed of as Trash
I’m pretty sure that the Wall Street and Banker mob bosses don’t see anything wrong with this; neither do the Duty-to-Die Societies, and surely not socially superior ethics gurus like Peter Singer. One thing which sickens me, is the the religious theologians always comfort the mourners by washing disability cleansing off as:
‘Hey, at least she’s not suffering anymore’!
‘She’s in a much better place now’!
Without fail, any time a disability murder takes place, somebody automatically seizes that line which seriously trivializes the level of crime it is. Just that whole attitude of blowing it off, by saying, ‘everything is OK now; he/she is in Heaven now’, kills the reaction people should have.
Anybody who wants to just go on a crusade to kill off Disabled People can feel like a hero doing it.–‘Hey, I just killed-off a few hundred Disabled People, and you ought to be proud of me; they’re in a better place now, and they aren’t suffering anymore’! It’s the basic mentality of the Duty-to-Die Societies.
Most disability murders take place because of financial and social exclusion, from enough financial resources and social acceptance to exist. The person who acted alone or with an accomplice in Shylea Thomas’ murder needs to pay the full price for it, but also does the department of social services and the adoption agency.
One thing I would really like to see, is for Disability Rights organizations to agree on demanding a stop to de-sensitisation of Disabled People’s murders. I think that nobody should respond to a murder by insisting that, "at least they aren’t suffering anymore"! It’s easy to think how well-meaning people are when they vocalize that kind of statement.–But when you really think it over, it’s not well-meaning. That kind of response to a murder is a complement to the killer.–And I think it should be stopped. That’s my opinion.