Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Canada: Assisted Suicide Committee In The Tank For Assisted Killing

If you've spent any time at all on this site, you'll be able to tell exactly what the pro-deathers think and how they phrase things. Here's the head of the Canadian Royal Society's panel on assisted sucide. He tries mightily to keep his pro-deather arguments masked, but fails to do so. If this is the guy in charge of the committee, is there any doubt that the final report will find assisted killing to be OK?
The assisted suicide dilemma
Professor Udo Schuklenk, a philosopher from Queen's University, talked to Marina Jimenez of the Globe and Mail editorial board. He is chair of the Royal Society's committee on end-of-life decision-making in Canada. The committee, which will release a lengthy report this fall, spent two years studying this issue, and the experience of other countries which have decriminalized assisted suicide. more

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