In Spain, a criminal who shot four people and was, in turn, shot in the spine by police and paralyzed, was granted death by euthanasia.
Canada has some of the most permissive euthanasia laws in the world and allows people with disabilities to be killed on request.
The statistics are startling and illustrate that once euthanasia consciousness infects a culture, it grows like a fungus.
Back in the ’90s, the assisted-suicide movement tried to convince the Supreme Court to impose a Roe–style decision for their cause.
Federico Carboni wanted suicide because he had no autonomy, saying in an interview, “I am like a boat adrift in the ocean.”