Dutch government plans to legalise assisted suicide For the weak the old and the disabled and not necessarily terminally ill in controversial move Hitler would be proud of.
In October of 1939 amid the turmoil of the outbreak of war Hitler ordered widespread “mercy killing” of the sick and disabled. Code named “Aktion T 4,” the Nazieuthanasia program to eliminate “life unworthy of life” at first focused on newborns and very young children.
If you are feeling depressed in Holland for Gods sake do not go to your doctor in future. In legislation that would make Adolf Hitler extremely proud they are Drafting a law that would legalise assisted dying the Proposed law would allow those who have ‘completed life’ a right to die or commit suicide the Law would not just be for those who are terminally ill.
In other words if your a certain age and when this goes through it could be anything from 50 up although they will deny this you can be disabled you have the right to kill yourself. Your doctor will also have the right to make decisions on behalf of young and disabled people as well. this is what happens in the real world when legislation like tis is allowed to pass.
The Dutch government intends to draft a law that would legalise assisted suicide for people who feel they have ‘completed life’. Pictured: A euthanasia clinic in The Hague, Netherlands
Currently, the process in Holland for those wishing to carry out a lawful assisted suicide involves them submitting a request to die to a doctor. The GP must then agree that they are in a medically hopeless condition, suffering ‘unbearably’, either physically or – contentiously – mentally. Above all, they must have no hope of improvement.
OR IN OTHER WORDS
EXTENDED DEATH PANELS TO BE ABLE TO KILL VIRTUALLY ANYONE ON THE SAY SO OF A DOCTOR DEATH PANEL.
The request then goes to an ethics committee(death board) which makes a decision, normally within a week that the person can kill themselves.
HOW THE LAWS ON DYING DIFFER
Netherlands: Euthanasia laws were introduced in 2002. In 2015 there were more than 5,000 euthanasia deaths; only four were found by review officials to have been marred by ‘irregularities’.
Euthanasia is carried out with drugs, either injected for incapable patients, or provided for self-medication
Psychiatric patients can be put to death at their own request despite their mental illness.
Britain: MPs voted against an Assisted Dying Bill last year by 336 votes to 118. But the courts continue to lean in favour of laws permitting assisted dying.
Guidelines effectively mean that no one who helps someone to die will be prosecuted for assisting a suicide, a crime that carries a 14-year maximum sentence, unless they did so for financial reasons.
Number of Dutch killed by euthanasia rises by 13 per cent
The number of Dutch people killed by medical euthanasia has more than doubled in the 10 years since legislation was changed to permit it, rising 13 per cent last year to 4,188.
Currently, four per cent of the 140,000 or so deaths a year in Holland are the result of doctor-assisted suicide and the tally is rising.
In particular, increasing numbers of Dutch people with mental illness demand euthanasia. In 2010, two people with such conditions had their lives ended with the figure increasing to 56 last year.
Of those deaths, 36 were conducted by doctors from Amsterdam’s End Of Life clinic which has a lengthy waiting list and sends mobile euthanasia teams across Holland to help patients die in their own homes.
Worrying claim: Professor Patrick Pullicino said doctors had turned the use of a controversial ‘death pathway’ into the equivalent of euthanasia of the elderly
Distressing: The professor has claimed an approved technique of looking after the terminally ill is not being used in all hospitals
reasons the clinic was set up was to help the ‘forgotten ones’ who wish for euthanasia but get denied it.
WOMAN ABOVE PLEASE DONT KILL ME.
‘This is a huge group: those with dementia, the elderly with no clear medical diagnosis and those with psychological problems.’
Significantly, many of the mentally-ill patients had already been rejected for euthanasia by their own GPs. He explained: ‘If someone has cancer and the prognosis is poor, doctors will shorten their suffering by euthanasia.
‘But if you cannot see what a patient is dying of, or know when they will die — it could be many years ahead if the person is mentally ill — then the doctors find it more difficult to decide whether to end a life.’ THE DOCTORS CAN DECIDE TO KILL MENTALLY ILL PEOPLE JUST LIKE IN NAZI GERMANY
Research shows that 70 per cent of those with psychiatric problems which the Dutch clinic helps to die are women. A quarter of them are under 50.
Many of the clinic’s mentally-ill patients — male ones, too — have already tried to commit suicide on numerous occasions, and more than 30 per cent have been refused help to die by doctors in the past, often because that desire may be linked to their psychiatric disorder.
Netherlands was first country to legalise euthanasia in 2002 but only for patients considered to be suffering unbearable pain with no hope of a cure
In reality the killing of the old and weak is already happening in countries all over Europe this is just making it legal and moving once step further to this horrible eugenic program.
NOW ANYONE IN HOLAND MAY SOON BE KILLED BY THE STATE ALL IT NEEDS IS AN EVIL WICKED HEAD OF STATE AND THIS WILL BECOME A HORRIBLE REALITY.
Child euthanasia in Nazi Germany
Child Euthanasia (German: Kinder-Euthanasie) was the name given to the organised murder of severely mentally and physically handicapped children and young people up to 16 years old during the Nazi era in over 30 so-called special children’s wards. At least 5,000 children were victims of this programme, which was a precursor to the subsequent murder of children in the concentration camps.