The far-left Canadian is expanding the country’s “assisted suicide” laws to include infants, allowing doctors to euthanize young children for profit.
The move is being championed by Canadian doctor Louis Roy.
Roy called on Canada’s liberal government to relax the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) laws so that doctors can use euthanasia to end the lives of infants.
However, critics warn that an infant is not capable of making life and death decisions, meaning it cannot be “assisted dying” as people have been led to believe is what MAiD is intended for – it is state-sanction infanticide so the MAiD death cult can exploit the selling of children’s organs.
An infant is not self-aware and cannot “commit suicide.”
Infants want to live, eat, and be held by their parents.
And yet, the Canadian government, under the recommendation of the Quebec College of Physicians, wants to expand the Canadian “Medical Assistance in Dying” program to infants.
Watch Dr. Louis Roy, from the Quebec College of Physicians, telling the Commons’ Special Joint Committee of Medical Assistance in Dying (“MAiD”) on 7 October 2022 that his organization believes MAID can be appropriate for infants up to age one who are born with “severe malformations.”
Medical Assistance in Dying implies someone wanting to die and getting medical assistance to die in a socially approved manner with some comfort.
Infants under one year cannot possibly choose to die or request medical assistance, so the name does not exactly suit the situation. Instead of “assistance in dying,” infants will be euthanised for the convenience of the parents and doctors who no longer want to deal with problematic babies.
There are other, even more disturbing reasons for this program being promoted, which we will explore.
Canada’s National Post has the details.
Quebec’s College of Physicians proposal attempts to sound sensible by referring to babies who suffer from “unbearable pain,” with euthanasia approved by a doctor and consented to by both parents.
However, it is unclear how custodial situations would be handled, and “both parents’ consent” would be disregarded in the case of non-married parents.
The Quebec College of Physicians thinks adults can decide which infants to euthanize.
A supposed “safeguard” requires a physician’s approval in any decision to euthanize infants.
Will it protect infants from ill-considered euthanasia decisions?
Not necessarily. Consider Dr. Green, a MAiD enthusiast who loves providing and advocates for euthanasia.
Dr. Green has already euthanized over 300 people, and she loves her job!
She is pictured here, holding an uncomfortable-looking infant:
When Medical Assistance in Dying, dubbed MAiD, became legal in Canada in 2016, Dr. Green was exhausted from 20 years of doing maternity work and was looking for a change.
So, she switched from beginning-of-life care to end-of-life care.
“One’s a delivery in. One’s a delivery out,” said Dr. Green. “They’re similar in terms of they’re both incredibly intimate moments. They’re milestones in someone’s life. They are intense.“
Dr. Green has helped some 300 people die in the last five years and says she doesn’t feel burned out. Quite the opposite. [Emphasis our own.]
A rare look at Canada’s growing demand for medical assistance in dying, CTV News, 11 April 2022
Dr. Stefanie Green found her calling and is not feeling burned out – quite the opposite – experiencing intense emotions administering euthanasia to her patients.
What are the chances that doctors such as Dr. Green, who love the intense emotions they experience from euthanasing people, would safeguard the lives of infants? You tell me.
The infants who will be euthanized by the likes of Dr. Stefanie Green are not considered valuable enough to live. However, they have valuable organs that could be harvested and given to more deserving children.
While euthanasia is not a well-paying procedure, performed often by enthusiastic doctors like Dr. Green, who experience intense emotions that they value, organ transplantation is a thriving and big-money business benefiting doctors, surgeons, and hospitals.
Does the opportunity to harvest organs from an infant who cannot object to his or her euthanasia present ethical problems?
Is there an unsolvable conflict of interest?
If tired parents of a sickly child, exhausted from sleepless nights and medical expenses, visit a doctor like Stefanie Green, I expect that MAiD euthanasia will likely be approved and quickly performed.
The parents may initially feel relieved.
The hospital performing the euthanasia will make money on harvested organs.
In the future, though, the parents may have more sleepless nights full of bad dreams about their euthanized baby that they agreed to kill.
So, we have to ask, can we judge an infant and say with certainty that this infant deserves to die due to their sickness?
How do we know which infants are hopeless?
Do you know anyone who was born very sick and with health problems who then went on to live a productive life?
Would we be better off if sick children were euthanized for profit?