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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

AS/Euthanasia in environment of Abuses, Frauds, Coercions

Advocates of Assisted Suicide bills claim that the bills are safe because of Safe Guards built into the Bills. Is this true or not? New Yorkers know first hand about fraud, corruption, scams and con artists who are continuously at work, so why should New Yorkers trust someone who claims the bills are safe? Should we trust doctors who have a license to kill? We know corruption exists and just because there is a law against something, does not necessarily mean people follow that law.

Let's add little more light on this topic of corruption. Those advocates of Assisted Suicide, for example; Dr. Timothy Quill, on October 3rd, 2017 gave a presentation at the Northwell Medical school on Long island, NY. He claimed that physicians are already helping their patients to die and that this should no longer be kept a secret. He said it would be good to discuss the issue in order to learn.
So, if there are physicians who are already helping their patients to commit suicide when it is illegal, what law will make these corrupt physicians stop being corrupt?

On September 7th, 2017 the highest court in New York ruled against Assisted Suicide as a Right in New York State. "

"As the Court explained, "[e]veryone, regardless of physical condition, is entitled, if competent, to refuse unwanted lifesaving medical treatment; no one is permitted to assist a suicide. " Myers v Schneiderin 2017

So, what about abuses and coercions? Have they taken place? The sad truth is, yes and few have been documented where assisted suicide and euthanasia are legal.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Action Needed - City Council of DC - Voted in favor of Assisted Suicide

Calls are needed to be made to the Mayor of Washington DC.

On November 1st, the City Council of Washington DC voted in favor of Assisted Suicide/Euthanasia law with a vote of 11-2,  despite strong opposition by the African American community.

 Write to DC Mayor Bowser to veto physician-assisted suicide measure:
“The D.C. Death With Dignity Act,” B21-38.

The council will hold a final vote on the bill, possibly as early as Nov. 15,” according to the Washington Post.

"Many in the black community distrust the health-care system and fear that racism in life will translate into discrimination in death, said Patricia King, a Georgetown Law School professor who has written about the racial dynamics of assisted death.

“Historically, African Americans have not had a lot of control over their bodies, and I don’t think offering them assisted suicide is going to make them feel more autonomous,” King said.

Contact Mayor Browser and urge her to veto “The D.C. Death With Dignity Act,” B21-38.

Wash. DC Mayor Browser
Phone: (202) 727-2643                                      
TTY: 711