Thursday, March 10, 2011

Aussie Pro-Deathers Turn Up The propaganda

As readers here will know, there's a titanic battle over legalizing euthanasia in Aussie. Pay attention to this story, because this is how the pro-death spin works - trot out a chronically or terminally ill person who wants the "dignity" of "dying at home" rather than traveling halfway across the world to Swiss Killing Clinic Dignitas. Evoke sympathy, sway the debate.
Euthanasia divides parties, but not patient
A SMALL inheritance from her father's estate is all that stands between Loredana Alessio-Mulhall and despair.
Within a year, the 61-year-old, who suffers from rapidly deteriorating multiple sclerosis, expects to spend the money on a plane fare to the Netherlands, where she will be able to seek euthanasia provided legally by medical practitioners. more

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