Author Topic: Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients  (Read 391 times)

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Only a few countries have legalized euthanasia or anything approaching it.
Including, of course, those compassionate folk of the Third Reich:
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Action T4 was the name used after World War II[1] for Nazi Germany's "euthanasia programme" during which physicians murdered thousands of people who were "judged incurably sick, by critical medical examination". The programme officially ran from September 1939 to August 1941, and it continued unofficially until the end of the Nazi regime in 1945.

During the official stage of Action T4, 70,273 people were killed at various extermination centres located at psychiatric hospitals. Evidence revealed at the Nuremberg Trials found evidence that German and Austrian physicians continued the euthanization of patients after October 1941, and that a total of about 275,000 people were murdered under T4. Based on files recovered after 1990, 21st century research provides evidence that at least 200,000 physically or mentally handicapped people were killed in gas chambers, by medication, or deliberate starvation between 1939 and 1945. ...
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Euthanasia is one part of the utopian world liberals are seeking. They seek a perfect world, while endorsing imperfect people. Christians strive to be Godlike, and fall short. Liberals think they can find it through man. There is only one place they can go to find utopia, and you have to die to get it.



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