This was published less than two hours ago, and it documents bioethicist Margaret Somerville. I can’t do the subject justice, and it is good to see that information is available to people who want it.
There are people in this room right now, that if these Death-pushers get their Law to kill, as soon as they get sick the next time, they’ll be conveniently disposed of. It’s not that this hospital is different than any other hospital or long-term facility, but rather the cognitive-process of many care-givers. You can have very good doctors, but doctors are not around long-term patients much of the time.–The "care-givers" are.
It’s not their fault, how they see things. They have different levels of education and diverse personal interests, and work hard. When they are short-staffed pretty regularly, they have to get everything done for more patients, and sometimes problems crop up.
When people work hard, go home to relax, what does it do to them to get hit-in-the-face with ramblings on radio, television and newspapers about some suffering people who might be or might not be, just another propaganda piece, to cultivate everybody’s minds? How many people really understand what "psy-ops" are? Who is going to go out to investigate these mainstream-news pieces, after they have come home from work or school?
After being pounded year after year since the Sue Rodriguez case, Canada is being bossed around by a network of lofty philosophers, that we had better change the way we think to please them, or there will be trouble.
Two years ago Francine Lalonde’s campaign was waged insulting Canadian laws as being "too religious". This so-called expert panel is not going to get away with flat-out lies, that the euthanasia laws are hunky-dory, and like-it-or-not our decision was unanimous.–So, it’s our way, or now way at all.