Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Liverpool Care Pathway - The Intrusion Of The Unacceptable Into The Ethical Mainstream

The disgraceful, the obnoxious and the simply repulsive.
Or how it became 'okay' to kill people.

Colin Brewer is to be investigated for his remarks -


This is Cornwall

Sarah Maguire, who stood against the Cornish Nazi in the recent elections, has organised a protest at County Hall. This is to take place at 10.30 am on May 24.

There are others who have made obnoxious remarks, equally unacceptable and disgraceful. Should these persons not be investigated, also?

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.
  • There is "nothing wrong" with people being helped to die for the sake of their loved ones or society.
  • She hopes people will soon be "licensed to put others down" if they are unable to look after themselves.
  • Pensioners who do not want to become a burden on their carers should be helped to die.
  • "I think that's the way the future will go; putting it rather brutally, you'd be licensing people to put others down."
These are the words of a well-respected commentator on medical ethics -

The Telegraph

It used to be that only soldiers, secret agents and public executioners were licenced to kill. The noble Baroness suggests a new category of person to be trained in such skills.

What job title should these public servants be given...? Death facilitators, perhaps?

The Baroness is a firm supporter of euthanasia, as you might expect.

Amongst submissions of evidence to the self-appointed Commission on Assisted Dying is a submission of evidence by...

Baroness Mary Warnock.

The transcript is here.

Martin Amis has made his own 'rivers of blood' prediction against what he has described as "an invasion of terrible immigrants."
Amis, who is 60, predicted that "civil war" would break out between young and old within 10 or 15 years because of the pressures of supporting what he described as a "silver tsunami". 

The Telegraph

Is Amis not to be investigated? Is this not an incitement of hatred and intolerance?
Britain's population is rapidly ageing.
Between 1983 to 2008 the proportion of people aged 65 or over grew by 1.5 million to 9.8 million, up from 15 to 16 per cent. 
That trend will accelerate in the coming decades.

The fact is that this is a headache of profound proportion for which our planners are struggling to find a final solution.

The open-door policy on immigration was to alter the demography to favour the EU, but also a resort to help fund the pensions black hole. This was just a little Dutch Boy solution of a finger in the dyke.
By 2033, 23 per cent of the population will be 65 or over. If the population hits 70 million by 2029, as recently forecast by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), that will mean the working population will have to support at least 16 million people of current retirement age by 2033.
Enter the Mental Capacity Act and the EoLC Brigade, Chairman Ellershaw and the LCP Red Guards, and 'The Complete Lives' system being eased in.

The LCP, a back-door euthanasia policy that is a Licence to Kill People, has been beavering away for years under the guise of actually providing care.

Actually, it's only to ensure they go quietly.

Actually, it's only a 'rational suicide' for those who consider their lives complete.

It is the pro-death candidacy which is downsizing care.

It all might have gone to plan but for the failure in training. No matter, the Review will set matters to rights.

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