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Atrocity: 1 in 8 deaths in Netherlands a result of euthanasia May 19, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, demographics, disaster, error, Four Last Things, General Catholic, horror, paganism, scandals, secularism, self-serving, shocking, sickness, Society, Spiritual Warfare, unadulterated evil.
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And more than that, a judge just overruled doctors in the case of a demented elderly woman whose family claimed she wanted to die, but whose doctors said she was incompetent to make such a decision.  So now the precedent has been set for the state directly deciding who lives and who dies.

Life is sure cheap in a sexular pagan paradise, is it not?

A judge in Holland has ordered the euthanasia of an 80-year-old woman after doctors tried to prevent her family from having her killed. [I’m sorry, but I’m going to throw a bit of hardline skepticism in here.  Evil laws permitting things like euthanasia always assume everyone is always virtuous and just carrying out someone’s (twisted) wishes, or easing someone’s suffering, but in how many cases are unscrupulous children offing their parents to get to the inheritance, or get rid of the old nag, or hospital admins from having to lose money on “someone who’s going to die anyway.”  There are so many ways for people to use this as a means to commit murder for the most prurient reasons with state sanction and legality]

Doctors serving the Ter Reede dementia specialist care home in Flushing argued that she was not mentally capable of consenting to death by lethal injection.

But for the first time in 13 years of legal euthanasia in the Netherlands, a court over-ruled the doctors’ wishes and ordered that the euthanasia went ahead.

The woman’s family, who live in Middelburg, claimed that she harboured a ‘death wish’ and obtained a court order so she could die by euthanasia. [But this was apparently not documented well, or at all.  

A judge sitting in an ‘emergency session’ in Utrecht then threw out an appeal from medical staff treating the woman.

A day later she was taken from the care home and killed by the Life End Clinic, which was set up with the aim of making euthanasia more easily accessible in the Netherlands….. [So that’s it, one appeal, and the next day you’re dead?!?  What a robust system they have there!]

The woman’s GP, the management of the care home and its psychologist were all equally opposed to plans to kill her by euthanasia and they had asked for an independent report into her condition…….

……A woman in her 80s was killed last year simply because she did not want to live in a care home……

…….Overall, deaths by euthanasia, which officially account for three per cent of all deaths in the Netherlands, have increased by 151 per cent in just seven years. 

The figures, however, do not include cases of so-called terminal sedation, where patients are given a cocktail of sedatives and narcotics before food and fluids are withdrawn. [The preferred method of putting patients down in US hospitals, with or without family or patient consent.  It’s murder on the QT]

Studies suggest that if such deaths were added to the figure then euthanasia would account for one in eight – about 12.3 per cent – of all deaths in the Netherlands. [And would probably be one of the leading, if not the leading, causes of death in the Netherlands?]

Doctors in neighbouring Belgium, which last year legalised euthanasia for children, are now killing an average of five people every day by euthanasia, according to latest figures, with a 27 per cent surge in the number of euthanasia deaths in the last year alone.

In one of the most shocking cases, a Brussels man last week described how he arranged the double euthanasia of his octogenarian parents who wanted to die because they were afraid of loneliness.

I can’t advise people enough to get a lawyer and draw up very clearly what kind of treatment you expect if you are incapacitated in any way.  Don’t rely on anyone else, even  your own children, to follow  your wishes without clear, legally-actionable guidance.  Make sure you never, ever get a “living will” or any kind of advance directive from standard boilerplate, instead draw up a document saying you want all reasonable care, food and hydration, and even “heroic means” to keep you alive. Absolutely say no to organ transplantation, and remember, you have to positively opt out of that now, the state now assumes the default answer is “yes” (and how typical of all progressive causes – what was once optional now becomes default, and will soon be mandatory).

For over 100 years, discerning souls have predicted that wealthy, advanced, liberal nations in Europe and North America had become so amoral – it was apparent even then – that it would not be long before they had become so thoroughly imbued with satanic materialistic, utilitarian thinking that they would even start to kill their own children, disabled, and elderly persons. Anyone who didn’t “pull their weight” or who was a “drag on progress” would be killed.  Mind, this isn’t the “bad guys,” the Hitlerites or commies……it’s us, who always tell ourselves we’re the “good guys.”  Please.  We have so offended God, any punishment at this point is easily conceivable.

Note it started with pre-born babies.  Then it was the disabled and elderly.  How long before it’s literally a Brave New World and everyone gets killed at 60 or some arbitrary number?  How could anyone laugh at such a prediction, judging from what’s already been normalized and legalized?

Virtually no one believes in redemptive suffering or the difficulty of this life anymore.  No one looks forward to Heaven as our true home where the good will go after a life of suffering and virtue.  Everyone (more or less) thinks this life is the only one, and to the extent Heaven exists, it’s just a replay of this life on some cosmic scale, with the focus certainly NOT being on God.

This is the time when darkness reigns.  Pray for these souls who murder others, and who ask to be murdered.  It seems inescapable that they will have a most unpleasant experience at their particular judgment.

Comments

1. Baseballmom - May 19, 2015

“We have so offended God, any punishment at this point is easily conceivable.”

And this is what I pray for…. “Whatever it takes ohLord, whatever it takes – to bring this entire nation to its knees in great sorrow for our sins!”

camper - May 19, 2015

You don’t need to pray very hard – this nation will fall flat on its face soon enough.

2. The Grey Enigma - May 20, 2015

Reblogged this on The Grey Enigma.

3. Joseph D'Hippolito - May 20, 2015

Such decisions are a major reason why I oppose the federal government’s involvement in health insurance, whether ObamaCare or anything else. The elderly and the chronically ill will not be seen as human beings but as burdens to the medical and governmental bureaucracy. It’s been happening in Britain for decades.

I wrote a piece about this for a conservative website, Front Page Magazine, in 2012. Pay particular attention to the first three paragraphs. They show in stark detail what those who support the Affordable Care Act really want: to decrease the surplus population.

http://www.frontpagemag.com/2012/joseph-hippolito/tyranny-of-the-healthy/

4. Joseph D'Hippolito - May 20, 2015

I speak from personal experience. My mother contracted cancer in 2009 and died within six months of her diagnosis. She wanted to fight. She wanted to live. Most of the doctors and hospital chaplains thought I was crazy. One emergency room physician rolled his eyes when I asked him to revive my mom when she went into Code Blue. But I didn’t give a damn about what they thought. Remember, this was before the Affordable Care Act passed.

5. Frank - May 20, 2015

Good advice on the advance medical directive. As you have noted before in other posts, Texas is one of the worst states in the US for anyone who is seriously ill in a hospital. Often even a specific directive can and will be ignored by hospital staff. But you have to have something anyway, to have any chance at all of defeating the state-sponsored death squads.

If I may, I recommend that anyone who wants to get a properly written Durable Power of Attorney for health care for any state should get in touch with the Patients’ Rights Council in addition to consulting with an attorney. They are Catholic in their ethics and approach although the organization does not bill itself as Catholic, to avoid scaring off people who…well, you know. It is based in Steubenville, OH. I am an attorney licensed in Texas, although retired, and I obtained the DPOA documents my wife and I signed from the PRC. The PRC closely monitors the laws in all 50 states and tailors its forms accordingly, as well as keeping track of developments in the area of euthanasia and “assisted suicide” worldwide. They also are building a national network of lawyers who promise to help people avoid medically sanctioned murder and suicide to the best of their ability, for themselves and loved ones.

6. Obsever - May 20, 2015

The Netherlands is only about 10 years ahead of most countries in Western Europe. The elites use the Netherlands as a carefully controlled location where their social programs can be tested and fine-tuned for implementation elsewhere.
Visit Rotterdam, (the home of Erasmus), and you will see the program in high gear…..the goal of 50% islamification is nearing completion.

David - May 20, 2015

I recall that when Obamacare was being drawn up (and I still hope it is repealed), news sources mentioned that in the Netherlands, when a person reaches 70 years of age, that’s the limit when it comes to things like cancer treatment and life saving operations. Therefore, if you need chemotherapy or a heart bypass at 74, that’s it.

I like what Margaret Thatcher once said about socialism – you eventually run out of other people’s money.

7. David - May 20, 2015

I recall Priests for Life some time ago discussing something called a “Will to Live”. It sounds like something to look into.

It is NOT the same thing as a “Living Will”.


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