Belgium became the first country in the world to remove any age restrictions on euthanasia, after an emotional debate which split the medical profession over the best way to treat a terminally ill child with a desire to end his or her life.
Despite last-minute pleas for a rethink from within Belgium and as far away as Canada, parliament on Thursday agreed with the doctors who argued that in rare cases of unbearable and irreversible suffering, children should have the same right as an adult to ask to die with dignity.
Under the amendments to the countryâs 2002 euthanasia law, a child of any age can be helped to die, but only under strict conditions. He or she must be terminally ill, close to death, and deemed to be suffering beyond any medical help. The child must be able to request euthanasia themselves and demonstrate they fully understand their choice. The request will then be assessed by...
they'll get injections with heavy metals, and then they will "mysteriously" get cancer, and of all the hundreds of options, they will be given one --- Radiation, and as their body suffers, they will then speak to a psychologist. well, that's how it would play out here, can't say Belgium is in a better place, I've actually heard adults speak of these sick kids, that we just love them "where they are at"?! shocking admission of the eugenics road we've been on.
much of what we do today is century-old, outdated models based on superstitions. feed them right, according to scriptures, you'll just generally have healthier society.
I've known people that lived in places where nuclear testing was done, cancer rates had jumped, and it was common knowledge to be a problem, but then tell the people its genetic. we've been taught to be helpless, there's so much that can be done, lives I've seen helped along the way, this helplessness is learned! euthanize -- that's what you do with helpless cattle.