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Male person with gloved hand turns off the intravenous drug system to the unconscious patient

10,000+ Canadian Euthanasia Killings in 2021

Canada has gone all in for euthanasia, and it is going to get worse now that the “strict guidelines to protect against abuse” — in the movement’s parlance — have expanded to people with chronic and disabling conditions, and will soon expand to those with dementia and mental illnesses. Read More ›
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Tractor cultivating field at spring

Stifling Food Production in the Name of Saving the Planet

Global warming hysteria now has some governments forcing cuts in the use of nitrogen fertilizers to “save the planet.” But that will mean less food for hungry people and collapsing farm economies. Read More ›
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Definition of word euthanasia in dictionary

Euthanasia’s Cruel Compassion

Frederico Carboni made international news recently when he died in Italy’s first legal assisted suicide. Carboni was not terminally ill. He was paralyzed from an auto accident. He wanted suicide because he had no autonomy, saying in an interview, “I am like a boat adrift in the ocean.” Read More ›
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Paid medicine in Canada. Medical tourism. Healthcare in Canada. Treatment abroad. Treatment in Canada. Medical services.

Canada Pioneers One-Stop Euthanasia/Mortuary Centers

Talk about efficiency. Some enterprising Canadian funeral homes are offering their, er, customers, the option of one-stop death and mortuary services, renting out a room in which to be killed and then quickly prepared for final disposition. Read More ›
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Vitruvian man in explosion of computer data.Futuristic Illustration of vitruvian man with a binary codes symbolized digital age.

Computer Program Developed in Canada to Predict When Seniors Have 6 Months to Live

As if we needed further evidence that medicine is growing increasingly impersonal, the Canadian Medical Association Journal has published a study that claims a computer program can predict when seniors have six months to live. Read More ›