I fear many will shrug and say, “The man wanted to die. What else is there to think about?”
If 1.12 percent of our deaths in the U.S. were doctor-homicides, it would amount to nearly 30,000.
Over time, euthanasia practice becomes a banal bureaucratic matter of checking the right boxes or finding ways to maneuver around the “protective guidelines.”
It is shocking how enthusiastically Canada has embraced the culture of death — to the point that little dissent is allowed.
One doctor infamously said he didn’t need palliative care when he had euthanasia.