When radical policies are proposed, the first step is to change the lexicon to make it seem less extreme, even mundane.
You can call a dung beetle a butterfly, but it remains a dung beetle. The term suicide defines what is done, not why.
A few years ago, the Supreme Court of Canada conjured a positive right in the Canadian Charter (constitution) to euthanasia.
The culture of death brooks no dissent. In Canada, doctors have been ordered to bend the knee.
Like so many others in the contemporary cultural milieu, Brooks remains in the shallow water by failing to grapple with the ubiquitous promotion of suicide we see all around us.