Saturday, January 14, 2012

Norway Getting On The Pro-Death Bandwagon

Here we go again – now the Norwegians are jumping on the if-everybody’s-doing-it-it-must-be-right bandwagon, and using the Falconer Commission Report as a rationale.
British Politician Invokes Euthanasia Debate in Norway
The proposal of the Commission on Assisted Dying in Britain has stirred up the debate on euthanasia and sedation in Norway.
The chair of the commission, Labour politician Charles Falconer proposes that patient who has less than a year to live could receive assistance from their doctor to end their life. The retired doctor in Bergen, Jarle Ofstad asks the Norwegian authorities to go even further by legalizing euthanasia in the country. more

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