Re: Joshua (Kulendran Mayandy)

I’m really sorry to hear the news. I know one thing, I’m going to rub people’s noses in it, that Muslims in the health-care profession in non-Muslim countries is dangerous. There would be no way to prove in court, whether or not Muslim doctors murder patients because they seek great favor in the eyes of Allah, for the murder of "infidels" and "kafirs" (Christians and non-Muslims) or because they exploited the "Futility-Clause"!–And one law I want to see flushed down the toilet, is the Futility-Clause.


On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 2:02 PM, Alex Schadenberg <> wrote:

Yesterday afternoon (September 6), Pastor Joshua (Kulendran Mayandy) passed away. We mourn his death, yet his death was not in vain.
The death of Joshua Mayandy represents a wake up call for everyone who believes in the equality and dignity of all human life.
Joshua had fluids and nutrition withheld from him based on a cognitive disability that was caused by a heart attack, where he stopped breathing for several minutes.
Joshua was left without IV fluids, nutrition and medication from August 17 until the SDM agreed to have him fed orally on August 28 by a nurse from his Church. At that time, Joshua was not otherwise dying.
Last week Joshua had a seizure, making it impossible to continue feeding him orally.
You need to protect yourself.
The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition has distributed several thousand copies of the Life-Protecting Power of Attorney for Personal Care to protect people from these situations. This is a document that is designed to protect you from being dehydrated to death or denied basic care. You can obtain a copy at:
We thank everyone who wrote letters or did anything to attempt to bring justice to this case.
We attempted to intervene and had some success. We will be discussing this case and other related cases in order to establish further action.

Alex Schadenberg
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

mobile: 514-585-6265


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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