If 1.12 percent of our deaths in the U.S. were doctor-homicides, it would amount to nearly 30,000.
Thank you to Wesley J. Smith for fighting what’s often a very lonely fight against the increasingly dehumanizing tendency in contemporary medicine.
Many of these provisions are, to say the least, subject to interpretation. And people with dementia may refuse food one meal, and accept the next.
Is this kind of thing right or wrong? Some may see it as empowering, dying “his own way,” as the media continually put it.
The culture of death — the dehumanization of the vulnerable and the unwanted — is fast upon us.