Tuesday, March 16, 2010

UK Assisted Suicide Guidelines Make Getting Away With Murder Easier

Here's a short primer for those who haven't followed the recent developments in the UK, where the government's hand was forced by the pro-death crowd to issue guidelines around the UK law that criminalizes assisted suicide. What the guidelines unintentionally did, however, was clearly specify conditions under which assisted suicide would not be prosecuted. Read this and you'll get chills in understanding that it actually opens the door for killing, because the guidelines are completely subjective and will facilitate abuse of the elderly, the sick, and the disabled, trust me.
Whither Britain? Euthanasia rules slippery slope 
Anyone who wants to see where Britain is heading with its new guidelines for prosecuting cases of assisted suicide -- and where some Quebec doctors' support for euthanasia could lead -- needs only look at the slippery slope down which the Netherlands has tumbled. more

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