John Zaritsky says “Many foreigners find such help in Switzerland, where assisted suicide has been legal since 1942.” Imagine, our U.S. and Canadian armed-forces went trompin’ all over Germany, France, Polland, Holland and Belgium, supposedly to respond to Hitler exterminating 6,000,000 Jews, around a half million Disabled People, Gypsies and political dissidents.—But, right in the middle of the war, Switzerland decided to legalize killing people off.
Anybody who knows me understands that I don’t buy into the mental conditioning, that by dressing euthanasia with sleazy technicalities and various names, it shifts from murder or homocide, to assisted-suicide, compassionate-homocide (as Robert Latimer’s defense tried to claim) and whatever new name they decorate it with in the future, to distance the act from their preferred concept of the act.
Long before there was any pretend-to-be Right-to-Die movement, there never needed to be big fancy polls, debates or campaigns. People historically have died with dignity, and people who needed help never had a problem with being refused. Maybe they didn’t go running to get permission from the courts, like the trouble-makers did.—But when you consider how successful these trouble-makers have been, at getting the world to blow their noses over the poor suffering cry-babies of “intolerable pain and suffering”, don’t tell me that they couldn’t find someone to put them out of their misery.
Let’s see what changed:
Here is a link to The History of the Right to Die movement:
This movie producer says:
““Choosing Death,” shot in the Netherlands 15 years ago, was an examination of euthanasia as performed by doctors in the legendary tolerant country and medicine’s ability to sustain existence but not necessarily a life worth living.”
He calls the Netherlands a “legendary tolerant country”!—Hey John, that’s really a good one. What ya been smokin’, Mr. Zaritsky? Hey, tell me something.—If they’re so tolerant, why does it bother them if people live longer, whose lives you guys don’t consider worth living?—Hmmm?
The only time there ever was a problem with end-of-life matters, was after dirty legal guardians were exposed for wanting to kill somebody for financial reasons. Husbands or parents wanted to kill their family member, so they would not be “tied down” to take care of them, and they could cash in early on the life-insurance policy.
The killers are so overcome with “love”, their sleazy rottten selfish stories are repetitious.—‘Ohhhhh, I just love them to death, and it is in their best interest’!—blah blah blah!
George and Betty Coumbias, the romantic suiciders should never have come to Canada. They came from the Dark-Ages, and they sure as hell should not have brought their Dark-Ages values here. They don’t really want to commit suicide. I think they are too arrogant and self-centered to have a quietly arranged suicide.—They want a LAW!
The whole Death Cult built their campaign everywhere on “safeguards against the slippery slope”! Their definition of “safeguards” is reflected in what happens everywhere their laws are passed. The “legal killings” begin; the “illegal killings” soon escalate.—And never, anywhere, has anyone been charged, convicted, and sentenced to death or life in prison without parole.
So, every law which they get passed, is a free-for-all for the Duty-to-Die cult!
No law!—And it’s time to abolish every law they got passed!