Sunday, March 18, 2012

UK: The Fear Begins

One shouldn’t be shocked at a poll like this from the UK – the elderly are beginning to fear what the on-marching culture of death will mean for them – especially after the recent decision to allow an assisted sucide to proceed.
Poll shows older people fear assisted suicide law
Older people are considerably more likely than younger people to think the elderly and the disabled would feel their lives would be “less valued” if a law was passed to legalise assisted suicide on the National Health Service, a new opinion poll has found.
The Assisted Suicide Survey, conducted by ComRes on behalf of ALERT, the anti-euthanasia pressure group, asked members of the public the following question: “If assisted suicide were made available on the NHS, do you think that this would make elderly or disabled people feel that their lives were less or more valued?” more

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