Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Canadian Lives Unworthy Of Canadian Life


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The Nazification of America's neighbors to the north, under the guise of compassion and autonomy

See the man above? He's a Canadian who is too poor to pay his bills. So he's seeking out government-provided assisted suicide. This TV report tells his story. It is a moral outrage.

Alexander Raikin has a stunning article in The New Atlantis, talking about MAID, the acronym for Canada's euthanasia system, and how the supposed safeguards to keep people from abusing it are virtually meaningless. Raikin got his hands on video of conferences with MAID providers, evidence that the people who are doing this stuff know that lots of Canadians are choosing assisted suicide not because they are terminally ill, but because they are poor, or in psychological distress, or have some other non-terminal, manageable malady -- and know they can get away with having the state make their suicide clean and comfortable.

In December, an ad video by the Canadian fashion company La Maison Simons, titled “All Is Beauty,” went viral online. It told the story of Jennyfer Hatch, a 37-year-old-woman with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome who had chosen euthanasia. Slickly produced, the video showed slow-motion images of people gathered on beaches. At one point it describes “the most beautiful exit,” apparently referring to MAID. Hatch was euthanized the day before the campaign launched. She had told friends and interviewers that she wanted to live, but couldn’t afford it.

The tide has turned, and Canada’s vulnerable patients know it. They know how Canada’s system sees them. It shows up in how they see themselves, how they think about their choices.  (more...)

Canadian Lives Unworthy Of Canadian Life


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