The death-culture has spread its vile tentacles and seeks to permeate every level of our moral being, to overwhelm us until we succumb to what is promoted as its innocuous logic.
Yes, they really did mean to say that...!
Baroness Warnock has said that elderly people suffering from
dementia are “wasting people’s lives” and “wasting the resources of the National Health Service” and should be allowed to die. These are the words of a well-respected commentator on medical ethics.
Lady Warnock’s comments were published in an interview with the magazine of the Church of Scotland, Life and Work, and have been condemned by dementia charities.
He has said, "As soon as he goes beyond 60-65 years of age man lives beyond his capacity to produce, and he costs society a lot of money...euthanasia will be one of the essential instruments of our future societies."
BMA: Let patients die 'to save cash'Published on Saturday 25 June 2011 13:55THE leader of Scotland's doctors has questioned whether society can afford to pay thousands of pounds to keep terminally-ill people alive for weeks or months when health service budgets are under unprecedented strain.
In The Telegraph:
Martin Amis says euthanasia is 'an evolutionary inevitability'
Martin Amis says the 'primitive' Christian notion of the 'sanctity of life' is holding back debate on assisted suicide
In The Guardian:
Martin Amis in new row over 'euthanasia booths'
His comments were immediately condemned as "glib" and "offensive" by anti-euthanasia groups and those caring for the elderly and infirm. Supporters of assisted suicide, meanwhile, insisted that a dignified and compassionate end should be on offer to those who are dying.
In The Telegraph:
Killing babies no different from abortion, experts sayParents should be allowed to have their newborn babies killed because they are “morally irrelevant” and ending their lives is no different to abortion, a group of medical ethicists linked to Oxford University has argued.
1:38PM GMT 29 Feb 2012
The article, published in the Journal of Medical Ethics, says newborn babies are not “actual persons” and do not have a “moral right to life”. The academics also argue that parents should be able to have their baby killed if it turns out to be disabled when it is born.