Monthly Archives: October 2010

First Public Video

http://www.veoh.com/browse/videos/category/activism_non_profit/watch/v20521889ycprashx September 15/2010 I gave a brief speech to the Senate-Committee on Euthanasia. It was recorded, and is on my Facebook Wall. Saturday night I decided to put out a video, and get as many people world-wide to push it … Continue reading

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Boasting How Prevalent Euthanasia is Practiced and Ignored

After listening to the senate committee hearings on Dying Without Dignity, not only was Yves Robert proud to proclaim that euthanasia is being practiced when it is not legalized, legislators themselves are open about how widely it has been practiced. … Continue reading

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Audio and Video – National Assembly of Québec

Audio and Video – National Assembly of Québec via Audio and Video – National Assembly of Québec. This is my four minute speech yesterday, against legalization of euthanasia!

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Dying Without Dignity

Attention: Linda Couture and Alex Schadenberg Sometimes I am really slow at getting to things, but while reading through the Select Committee document on the current hearings on Dying Without Dignity, I wrote down my opinions as I read it. … Continue reading

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Re: revue de presse des auditions de Québec Mourir dans la Dignité

Attention: Linda Couture   Below are my reactions to the list of articles I received this morning. I’m still studying other materials and taking notes, before I come to the next meetings back in Montreal. There might be translation glitches … Continue reading

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Re: [Bioethics] Joint Statement by Secretaries Clinton and Sebelius on a 1946-1948 USPHS Study on STDs in Guatemala (clearly unethical)

These two paragraphs below are repulsive lies, and every citizen who has any concern for Human-Rights should demand an end to the CFR! The United States would never have become so corrupt, if they refused dual-citizens to occupy positions in … Continue reading

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