Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Kevorkian was the poster boy for the euthanasia movement in this country. He was used to present an idealized picture of people who supposedly made a rational choice to end their lives. Euthanasia is legal in Oregon and is introduced every year in states with the hope that proponents can get it legalized.
The practice of ending the life of someone who is too expensive for the system is well advanced in this country. It's not openly done. If a patient signs the living will and relations don't know what questions to ask or how to follow up, it's over.
Do some homework prior to the show. Here in 1999:
http://www.euthanasia.com/holland99.html Many other article available.
Here's Kevorkian's lawyer's page on his client
The International Anti-euthanasia Task Force
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
There is so much that individuals need to learn about how euthanasia is sold as a solution. If the Democrats take the White House, it's guaranteed that this movement will take a leap forward.
I lived through all of the dirty tricks used to try and end my husband's life. If it happens to a family member, you will learn there is no place to turn to for help. It's you against the system, a system Kevorkian helped build.
This following website has more information which reveals further the scope of involvement with-in the business world. I found the amount of information on this website almost beyond belief.
"Spirit in Business"
The following site includes a "first on the list" link to Paul Hawkins "WISER EARTH" website:
Also, the following link sources came from the "Shift in Action" webpage which is connected to The Institute of Noetic Sciences. (which most know was founded by Edgar D. Mitchell,an Apollo astronaut and the sixth man to walk on the moon)
CAUTION: These links come with the following message from the Privacy Notice on the main webpage:
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It appears that the University of Florida is going to pay Kevorkian $50,000 to give a talk. Here are some excerpts from a column on him.
"Funny he should mention rights and liberty: among the many categories of people Kevorkian feels entitled to experiment on, the most troubling could be the "Suicide by Proxy" category. In his 1991 book Prescription Medicide, he lays out his prey: "Suicide by Proxy --the killing by the decision and action of another, of fetuses, infants, minor children, and every human being incapable of giving direct and informed consent." Yes, you read that right: Kevorkian believes children can be killed, experimented on, or used for organ procurement at a parent's mercy.
"Kevorkian does not espouse a simple right to die or even euthanasia. He has never covered over his intentions; actually he is quite upfront about them. Neither compassion nor mercy was ever allowed to interfere with selfish and quackish experiments. He wrote an article in 1961 about his experiences doing blood transfusions with the blood of dead bodies into living people. Often times his 'patients' had no terminal disease, but were depressed."
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