BC Civil Liberties Union wants euthanasia extended to non-dying people

From Alex Schadenberg at LifeNews

Globe and Mail reporter Laura Stone informs us that the BC Civil Liberties Association is launching a court case to “strike down” as unconstitutional the provision in the euthanasia law that states a person’s “natural death must be reasonably foreseeable” to qualify for death by lethal injection.

This is the first of many court challenges to Canada’s euthanasia and assisted suicide law. The euthanasia lobby is wanting to extend euthanasia to “mature” minors, to people with dementia (through advanced directives), and to people with psychiatric conditions alone. More.

Reality check: Of course. Once it’s been decided that death is a good thing, no one can be refused it, on request. Of course it will be extended to infants with disabilities, as in the Netherlands. Would you refuse a benefit to a baby?

This is another reason we must get rid of the Tories. One cannot destroy progressivism, for the sake of our lives, if we do not get rid of such permanent political sellouts. They had their chance when they sank the “Progressive Conservatives.” But they couldn’t reach out to us  about the real issues; they preferred to suck up to materialist atheist elites and corporate donors. That meant accepting the progressives’ (and Liberals’) definitions of the problems (= doctors are not murdering enough people).

So they were corrupt, they blew it, and are history, remaining perhaps as a shadow Liberal party, offering mild criticism of wholesale slaughter of traditional peoples and our ways of life. Belinda, come back, we still love you!

Belinda, Belinda, come back, we still love you!

Put another way: Anyone intelligent enough to govern should have seen all this coming and moved long ago to head it off.

But all I ever hear from the Tories’ evening mailings now is gripes that Trudeau is blowing all the money they had saved for our grandchildren.

Excuse me, Trudeau doesn’t need many grandchildren! He has automation, low-wage countries, and temp foreign workers. He does need euthanasia, however, to deal with the grandparents’ pension expectations.

Because the grandparents were mostly Baby Boom abortion supporters, he can count on them to accept death easily, once it is marketed as their “right.”

Maybe most Boomers have earned this outcome. But some may want to live. Which is why we need a party for life, uncontaminated by an alliance with the global corporate interests which have so often been against the welfare of the rest of us.

Those global interests don’t need the Tories to win ever again, they just need a party that people concerned by the Liberals’ tsunami will haplessly vote for. That achieves nothing but continued betrayal of our interests, even of our very lives now. Cf the US GOP.

See also: A political party for life? Can we talk? The internet has crashed communications costs to the extent that such a party would not likely need big corporate donors, whose interest is to sell out the little guy and then laugh at him The donors provide the funds to hire a slick consultant to bring those suckers back. Their party fees pay for his $1800 suit. Haw! Haw! Haw!

The Trump campaign shows that a party for life wouldn’t need that slick consultant either. Trump spent virtually nothing on publicity and still emerged the GOP nominee – because he realized this stuff.

Strongest possible evidence: Our American friend did a vastly better job of prediction right here at BCF. And what did he ever cost you, readers? Nothing!  We don’t have to be suckers anymore.

  • Boy, no one saw this coming.

    • The thing is, we don’t actually need fat cats any more. Read the fine print.

    • Clausewitz

      Ah, death panels. Remember how the left made fun of Palin for bringing this up? Good luck during your next hospital stay if you’re over 50.

  • Daviddowntown

    And here I thought there was only one pandoras box.

    • Alain

      Maybe there is just one, only it isn’t yet empty.

  • AmicusC

    there is no law against killing yourself. you don’t need to change this quit being a pu$$y and off yo self if you want to die so bad. at first I was against this but if it encourages a cleansing of the gene pool im not sure I can be against it any longer.

  • And people swore that this would never snowball into anything but the hard cases law.

    I was watching a segment on “Barbarians Rising”, a set of documentaries on the barbarians that finally brought down the decrepit Roman Empire, and noticed how that was taking place in the now migrant-overrun territories that might chuck EU membership.

    My point is that history repeats itself. We are wrapped up in our own decadence and idiocy so much so that we cannot see the barbarians at the gates. Instead of life, we embrace death.

    How are we vastly different from ISIS? They stylise beheadings and we stylise killing the elderly.

    We have all devolved.

    • Alain

      The fall of Rome was mainly due to its enteral rot. Does that not remind one of much of what we see today throughout the West?

  • Hard Little Machine

    It should be open to anyone 18 or older on demand over the counter like cold medicine. And for anyone 10-17 with a parents note.

    I am dead serious. If people want to off themselves I am for it.

    • Justin St.Denis

      And keep the medical profession out of it completely. Have the prescriptions issued by a municipal town clerk or something…

      • Hard Little Machine

        No prescriptions. Just a do-all form to take you off the voter and tax rolls, and all the companies that bill you.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Can I sell my liver and kidneys for a few bucks to party with before I pull the plug?

  • Alain

    I’ll buy it provided the BC Civil “Liberties” Union precedes to set an example. Like just about everything else, none of these so-called civil liberties organisations are about liberty; in fact for the most part they are fronts for communism, just as CAIR is a front for terrorism.

  • Exile1981

    Evidently there are a lot of people who believe in suicide; look at how many people in Alberta voted NDP.

  • DMB
  • Maggat

    Funny, the elite do not mention euthanasia when any discussion about the death penalty arises. This would be a very wise use of euthanasia. I won’t hold my breath waiting for this topic to come up.