leading the charge to allow toddlers and infants in Canada to be killed through euthanasia.
Boasting the world’s laxest assisted suicide laws, Canada is now a safe haven for young children to be euthanized for profit under the expansive Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) program.
From now on, infants deemed too sickly to live can be signed up for assisted suicide in Canada, even though critics argue that a young child is not old enough to make this kind of decision without coaxing.
Fulfilling what many worried would eventually become the case, MAiD appears to be a program for expanding infanticide rather than assisted suicide, also known as “death with dignity.”
By expanding the availability of euthanasia to babies, Canada is becoming a state-sanctioned baby-killing regime, all to exploit the valuable organs of healthy children for the organ harvesting trade.
“An infant is not self-aware and cannot ‘commit suicide,'” one report explains about the lunacy of expanding MAiD to include babies. “Infants want to live, eat and be held by their parents.”
(Related: Nearly a year ago, Canada expanded its euthanasia law to include “mercy” killings for suffering children.)
Can a baby consent to assisted suicide? Hardly
Even so, at the recommendation of the Quebec College of Physicians, Canada’s MAiD program will now be expanded to include little kids. To hear Dr. Roy’s rationale for supporting this, check out the video below in which he explained his ideology to the Commons’ Special Joint Committee of Medical Assistance in Dying:
As you will see and hear, Dr. Roy believes that in cases where a child is born with “severe malformations,” it is not out of the question for that child to want to die rather than have to live an entire life with such problems.
At the same time, a child under one year of age cannot possibly consent to die, no matter how much he is spoon-fed the words by parents or a doctor. At what point does society draw a line on consent for “assistance in dying?”
“Instead of ‘assistance in dying,’ infants will be euthanized for the convenience of the parents and doctors who no longer want to deal with problematic babies,” one report explains.
The Quebec College of Physicians defends its support for the practice by claiming that some babies are suffering from “unbearable pain” that only assisted suicide can quell.
What is unclear from all the support, though, is how custodial situations work in which a child is handled by two different parents who may not both be in agreement that a child’s “pain” warrants assisted suicide.
Adults, the college says, can decide for these babes, this acting as a “safeguard” between the child and attending “physicians” who are ready and waiting to kill babies for profit.
One such doctor who loves performing assisted suicides is Dr. Stefanie Green, a MAiD enthusiast who has euthanized more than 300 people. At one time, Dr. Green provided beginning-of-life care – now she has switched to end-of-life “care.”
“One’s a delivery in. One’s a delivery out,” Dr. Green joked to CTV News in April 2022. “They’re similar in terms of they’re both incredibly intimate moments. They’re milestones in someone’s life. They are intense.”
Dr. Green says she gets a thrill out of taking a person’s life, describing the feeling as “intense emotions” as she administers death drugs or whatever protocol is being used at the time.
“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,” one report warns.
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