Right-to-die movement has split into two warring camps, says Nitschke

By Michael Cook The right-to-die movement has split into two warring camps, according to Australian euthanasia activist Dr Philip Nitschke. Speaking at the annual conference of right-to-die societies in Zurich, he complained that half of the world federation’s board were critical of his attempts to create a do-it-yourself suicide technology and preferred to trudge along …

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The “Right to Die”—a misanthropic green light to defeatism

By Dave Andrusko We’ve carried a number of stories about ongoing efforts in the House of Commons to change the law on assisted suicide—dubbed by proponents changing the law that “governs compassionate acts to assist another to die at their request”—or, more recently, how to respond to the Director of Public Prosecutions’ policy on prosecuting …

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