Skip to comments.Belgium set to extend right-to-die law to children By
Posted on 02/11/2014 12:13:50 PM PST by TurboZamboni
BRUSSELS (AP) Belgium, one of the very few countries where euthanasia is legal, is expected to take the unprecedented step this week of abolishing age restrictions on who can ask to be put to death extending the right to children for the first time .The legislation appears to have wide support in the largely liberal country.
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And if they’re too young to ask, someone will ask for them.
Let me guess - there’s not a whole lot of Catholic churches in Belgium.
Won't be necessary. The child will be told that his illness is very hard on everyone, and euthaniasia will make mommy and daddy happy.
One word: Moloch
Could children kill themselves without parental approval?
The homomafia headquarters and the leading child-sex rings in the world.
It figures-—they threw out Christian Ethics/God out centuries ago. The most “progressive” country in the history of the West, where same-sex was “legal” in 1795.
They have completely homosexualized the culture—to remove all Christian morality, where there is no difference in adoption or marriage laws.
No Natural Moral Laws at all-—no Truth—no Reason. Just irrational arbitrary laws made-up by whomever is in power. There is no sexual “sin”.
(1)Nobody in a hospital or hospice/palliative care unit has to die in a "terrible, horrifying way". A MD in my parish wrote this in response:
"If a person dies in terrible pain, that is a failure of his medical team. Assisted suicide is not needed to keep people out of intolerable pain, despite what proponents say! Most doctors do not have good training in management of severe symptoms at the end of life, but they can call in hospice. I am board-certified in Geriatrics, so I usually co-manage with hospice. It is rare for a dying patient to have severe pain which cannot be managed with pain medicines, including bone pain, nerve-damage pain, and/or gut paineach of these requires different medicines from narcotics. That rare dying patient who still has severe pain can be put in a medical coma until natural death. "
Are these Belgian doctors unable? --- or unwilling? --- to practice pain-free palliative care?
(2) So, evidently people experiencing natural death are "no longer human" and "have no dignity?"
And I hardly think that in Belgium, of all places, the doctors would be afraid to give terminal patients all the opioids and other meds they need to be free of pain.
There is nothing "more human" or "dignified" about being left in pain through medical neglect, and then killed.
actually Satan. I was wondering, since God is just and us the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, what country was the first to legalize child sacrifice and since Belgium is the first to legalize child sacrifice after birth, do you think He will strike there first?