Euthanasia of people who can’t consent now discussed?

From Life News:

The Supreme Court decision stated that the person must clearly consent, but the euthanasia lobby is not satisfied with limiting euthanasia to consenting adults so they designed a poll to suggest that 80 per cent of Canadians agree that individuals with a terminal medical condition like dementia should be permitted to consent to assisted death in advance.

According to a recent study from Belgium, where assisted death was legalized for competent adults in 2002, there were more than 1000 assisted deaths without explicit request in 2013. More.

Reality check: But of course. Those not competent to consent at the time were always the targets. Progressive government can more wisely spend its money on people who need things and have the vote than people who need things and don’t.

See also: Long slow march to consensual euthanasia without conscience rights for medics. Including euthanasia of children with guardians’ consent