Death Notice at End of Dr. Low’s Video

http://blog.cancerview.ca/2013/09/donald-low/

The video text:

“Don passed away on September 18, 2013,
8 days after taking part in this video.

He did not have the death he had hoped for,
but he died in his wife’s arms and he was not in pain.”

_______________________________________

While I do sympathize with anyone who is diagnosed with terminal cancer, can you imagine anybody choosing to “die with dignity”, instead of dying in his wife’s arms, and pain-free?
 
In this video, followed by this statement, the Duty-to-Die network at least got something right:
 
  • he was able to die in his wife’s arms
  • his death was painless
People really need to seriously consider how these officers think, in the Dying With(out) Dignity network.
 
Everyone should consider all these campaigners who have died the past few years, who died of natural-causes before a “LAW” was passed, so they could “die with(out) dignity”.
 
The survivors of the terminally-ill patients who have died naturally, and peacefully, before some LAW was passed, should be appreciative of the good End-of-Life Care they did receive. 
 
Instead, they continue to support legalizing their killing-machine.–To kill us all off, and find convenient ways to do it
 
Alot of people think it’s only about doctors of death, when really, the biggest open door to convenient-kills lie within the Department of Nursing. Long-term facilities, and acute-care wards have friction build between staff and certain patients. Since I have covered this before here, or in one of my blogs, I won’t repeat dangerous circumstances which can be arranged.

 

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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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