An Epidemic of State-Sanctioned Euthanasia

Dr Vernon Coleman

In numerous countries around the world, euthanasia programmes have been introduced in order to eliminate the elderly and the sick by encouraging them to end their lives.

Life, it seems, is imitating art for in 1953, Evelyn Waugh wrote a novel called `Love Among the Ruins’ in which he described a state-run euthanasia centre.

In Trudeau’s Canada, the government has introduced a very forceful euthanasia programme called `medical assistance in dying’. There were 13,000 state sanctioned `suicides’ in Canada in 2022 and that country is now deciding whether to allow children and the mentally ill to kill themselves. Please read that sentence again.

In the Netherlands, healthy individuals with autism are allowed the option of euthanasia, and Australia is deciding whether to let children as young as 14 kill themselves (or allow someone to do it for them). Today, euthanasia is legal in Belgium, Canada, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Columbia and parts of Australia.

In hospitals in the United Kingdom, it is now routine for patients who are admitted to hospital to ask if they want to be resuscitated if they fall seriously ill. Patients are warned that resuscitation can be painful and difficult and may leave them with broken ribs. As a result, many agree to have `Do Not Resuscitate’ labels put on their hospital charts. Patients who are frail or unable to give consent are often labelled `Do Not Resuscitate’ without the consent of relatives, and the decision not to provide care for patients who are seriously ill may be made by quite junior nurses instead of a team of doctors and nurses as used to be the case a few years ago.

Globally, there is a state sanctioned epidemic of euthanasia as governments follow instructions from the conspirators and encourage more and more people to commit suicide.

Vernon Coleman’s book `How to stop your doctor killing you’ is available as a paperback and an eBook.

Copyright Vernon Coleman July 2023