Canada has fallen off the euthanasia moral cliff by allowing broad categories of people to be killed by doctors as a means of ending “suffering.”
Canada, being our closest cultural cousin, exerts a substantial influence on our own country’s social policies.
Our suffering phobia has triggered a harmful societal neurosis that has both subverted human exceptionalism and undermined societal common sense.
Some jurisdictions are getting there faster and some slower. But that tide only flows in one direction.
Now, facts are becoming clearer — and so are the momentous consequences of the pandemic for our culture.