Tag: euthanasia

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Culture, Science & Society, Life Issues

Belgian Health-Fund President: Euthanize Old People to Save Money

Source: Wesley J. Smith, Humanize.today (Discovery Institute) Reprinted with permission. Earlier this month, I noted that a U.K. columnist was pushing euthanasia for the elderly as a way of saving national resources. I suggested that normalizing euthanasia leads to such crass beliefs, furthering our slide toward a perceived “duty to die” on […]

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7 ways Belgium didn’t even follow its own euthanasia law

Source: Robert Clarke via mercatornet.comReprinted with permission So-called “safeguards” are much more window dressing than providing any real protection. As the New Zealand euthanasia referendum approaches, voters could be helped by looking at the experience in other countries before making up their minds on this complex topic. At the end […]

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“Euthanasia is a crime against human life, incurable does not mean end of care”

Source: via vaticannews.va/en “Samaritanus bonus” (The Good Samaritan), a newly published letter by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, approved by the Pope, reiterates the condemnation of any form of euthanasia and assisted suicide, and advocates support for families and healthcare workers. By Vatican News On Tuesday, the […]