Involuntary euthanasia push: Charlie Gard safe till July 25

From Micaiah Bilger at Life News:

Charlie is an 11-month-old British infant who suffers from a rare mitochondrial disease, and his parents want to take him to the United States for an experimental treatment. They raised more than $1 million for his care, and said they want to give Charlie every chance at life.More.

Reality check: But the EU decided he should die, and Brits did not turn out to have the guts to just Brexit.

This is not only involuntary euthanasia but explicitly against the wishes of those able to give consent.

Anyone who accepts any kind of Euro-welfare is vulnerable. It will start to happen here too as the progressive state ramps up ownership of humans (we re just animals anyway, right?) and decides where to put its tax dollars when managing the farm.

See also: But WHY The Surprise That 431 People Were Involuntarily Euthanized In The Netherlands?

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  • tom_billesley

    I don’t see why bureaucrats involve themselves if the parents have raised the money and no decision on public funding is required.

    • UCSPanther

      It’s all about power. European Bureaucrats these days are reminding me of their Soviet forebears: They are in the uncomfortable position of trying to maintain their narrative, but at the same time they know it is unsustainable, and backing down will have devastating consequences to their power.

    • Because they have to wield power.