(The Corner) – In the Netherlands, there can never be enough suicide and euthanasia. Think about it.
Terminally ill people can be terminated by doctors. Chronically ill people can be terminated by doctors. Elderly people with normal physical aging, can be terminated by doctors.
There have even been joint euthanasia killings of elderly couples who fear the future grief of widowhood. The mentally ill are terminated by doctors and their bodies moved to a surgical suite for organ harvesting.
Doctors are also permitted by an ethics opinion of the Dutch Medical Association (KNMG) to teach patients how to commit suicide if they don’t qualify legally–an ever shrinking cadre–for euthanasia. CONTINUE