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Euthanasia Resources

Editor   |   November 13, 2000

“Words are important. It is common, when people approach this subject, to look for the meaning of the word ‘euthanasia’ and to recall that its translation means ‘good death.’ This should be ignored and rejected, as it has absolutely no validity in the contemporary scene. Euthanasia is not a ‘good death.’ Euthanasia is when the doctor kills the patient.” —John C. Willke MD

Will to Live
Complete a Durable Power of Attorney (Will to Live) to protect your own life and the
lives of your family members when you cannot speak for yourselves.

The Obama administration is telling veterans they are a burden to society. A re-birthed document, Your Life, Your Choices, is given to all Veteran’s Affairs (VA) patients, and is authored by a euthanasia advocate. Our 24 million veterans deserve better.

Read Your Life Your Choices

The Death Book for Veterans,” Wall Street Journal, August 18, 2009





Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia Past and Present

Other Resources

Assisted Suicide & Euthanasia: Past & Present, by John C. Willke MD

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Terri Schiavo Life and Hope Network


Video: Physician Assisted Suicide Part One and Part Two

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