Tag Archives: euthanasia
Editor’s note. At a recent press conference, Prof. Dr. Etienne Montero, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Namur, Belgium, gave an overview of 11 years of euthanasia in Belgium The proponents of euthanasia in Belgium recognize that
By LifeZine Editor’s note. LifeZine is a publication of the Irish Family & Life Organization, a leading Irish pro-life organization. The Oireachtas refers to the national Parliament; the Dail is the lower house of Parliament. Tánaiste [deputy prime minister
By Wesley J. Smith Euthanasia is only as limited as the consciences of doctors willing to kill. In other words, given that the supposed limits are wholly unenforced–and mostly depend on self-reporting–the only limits to euthanasia and assisted suicides
By Paul Russell, director, HOPE, Australia In his Address in Reply to the Governor General’s speech at the recent opening of the new Federal Parliament, outspoken South Australian Senator, Cory Bernardi, railed against the continued push in Australian States
By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition For many years I have stated that once death by dehydration becomes common people will react by demanding death by lethal injection. Death by dehydration is not a compassionate death.
By Paul Russell, HOPE Australia In my last post I mentioned Dr. Wim Distelmans, the Belgian oncologist who has been pushing at the boundaries of the Belgian death laws. I mentioned how he is also head of the Belgian
By Dr. Peter Saunders Editor’s note. Dr. Saunders is a former general surgeon and is CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization with 4,500 UK doctors and 1,000 medical students as members. It is widely acknowledged that euthanasia