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    If ever there was a time for Canadians to rise up and liberate their own country from tyranny, the time is now! Leftist think and their policies may soon abolish freedom and personal liberty forever. For Canadians, the Right to Life whether you are an infant in the womb or a steel worker who just got pink slipped, your continuance in this world will always hang in balance and may be summarily forfeited for the greater good your fellow Canadians.

    1 in 4 Canadians Agree With Euthanizing the Poor

    Among those 18-34, 40% support death for the poor.

    May 8, 2023 by Daniel Greenfield

    Half of Canadians would agree to allow adults in Canada to seek medical assistance in dying due to an inability to receive medical treatment (51%) or a disability (50%). Fewer than three-in-ten would consent to expand the guidelines to include homelessness (28%) or poverty (27%) as reasons to seek medical assistance in dying.

    Canadians are split when pondering if mental illness should be a justification for an adult to seek medical assistance in dying: 43% support this idea, while 45% are opposed.

    That’s 1 in 4 on board with euthanasia for the poor and the homeless. Among the 18-34 crowd, it’s 40%.

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    I have no words.

    [FONT=Arial]When they ask me, "Paper or plastic?" I just say, "Doesn't matter to me. I am bi-sacksual." [/FONT]

    Texan by choice, not accident of birth


    • #3
      Canada is turning to Death Camps, decentralizing them and giving them the look of a fashion trend, in order to address the shortcomings of Canada's failed socialist experiment! The NAZIs targeted their undesirables too. You can't be tried for Crimes Against Humanity if you can get your worthless proles to willingly sign up for their own murders. The only thing that remains is how does Trudeau make Canada French-free the way Hitler tried to make the Third Reich Jew-free?

      Yuan Yi ZhuMost-read 2022: Why is Canada euthanising the poor?
      31 December 2022, 5:00am


      "Since last year, Canadian law, in all its majesty, has allowed both the rich as well as the poor to kill themselves if they are too poor to continue living with dignity. In fact, the ever-generous Canadian state will even pay for their deaths. What it will not do is spend money to allow them to live instead of killing themselves."

      "When the family of a 35-year-old disabled man who resorted to euthanasia arrived at the care home where he lived, they encountered ‘urine on the floor… spots where there was feces on the floor… spots where your feet were just sticking. Like, if you stood at his bedside and when you went to walk away, your foot was literally stuck.’ According to the Canadian government, the assisted suicide law is about ‘prioritis[ing] the individual autonomy of Canadians’; one may wonder how much autonomy a disabled man lying in his own filth had in weighing death over life."

      "Next year, the floodgates will open even further when those suffering from mental illness – another disproportionately poor group – become eligible for assisted suicide, although enthusiastic doctors and nurses have already pre-empted the law. There is already talk of allowing ‘mature minors’ access to euthanasia too – just think of the lifetime savings."


      • #4
        How much do you trust your doctor? In Canada, as in a lot of other places during COVID, doctors killed their patients by diagnosing everything as COVID and then putting their patients on a ventilator. Doctors, not all but enough, if they didn't go that route then they ignored proven and tested treatments in order to use Remdesivir instead; very often with fatal consequences.

        Especially in Canada now that totalitarianism is asserting the state over individual rights and Euthanasia for being a burden to the state is the order of the day, how much do you trust your doctor? Socialized Medicine, is that doctor in your employ or Canada's?

        Victoria Secret's model posts goodbye video with her terminally-ill grandmother who has chosen to be euthanized under Canada's controversial program as rates soar after government created the world's most permissive rules
        • It is unclear for how long her grandmother would otherwise have left to live
        • Against backdrop of a controversial Canadian law relaxing rules on euthanasia


        PUBLISHED: 00:56 EDT, 23 May 2023 | UPDATED: 08:55 EDT, 23 May 2023

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