(NRO) – Canada is implacably against the death penalty. Yet it will soon embrace a regime of wild, wide-open euthanasia imposed on the nation by its Supreme Court. Killing murderers bad, killing the sick, disabled, mentally ill, and depressed, who have not been given suicide prevention, good.
In the interim before the new regime goes national, the Supreme Court allows judges to issue execution orders allowing assisted suicide. The first of these has happened, to an ALS patient–validating her belief that her life is not worth living, rather than seeking means to help her find joy again in being alive. CONTINUE