The People Have Forgotten

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The People Have Forgotten

Bradley Mattes   |   November 02, 2023

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The Danish Council of Ethics rejected legalizing euthanasia by a vote of sixteen to one.  Denmark officials can look at Canada to see that laws curbing euthanasia are impossible.  In seven short years Canada went from euthanasia for only terminal patients to Veterans with PTSD and those suffering mental illness, which will include drug addiction.  People are now requesting euthanasia for poor living conditions or homelessness, even loneliness.  A forty something woman with anorexia is looking forward to getting euthanasia when the law changes.  About eighty years ago the Nazis persuaded German doctors to kill the undesirable.  In so little time the world has forgotten the atrocities that this philosophy ushered in.  And it looks like we’re on the cusp of repeating it.   

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