OTTAWA, Canada, February 23, 2021:
“Canada’s Senate has passed Bill C-7 with amendments to expand the categories of who is eligible to die under the country’s already permissive euthanasia practice called Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD).”
An amendment would allow people who fear losing mental capacity to make advance requests for an assisted death.
The Senate made amendments. Instead of rushing into assisted dying procedures for Canada’s mentally ill, an 18-month delay has been instituted to analyze the various issues surrounding the Trudeau government’s bill to euthanize Canadians who are 18 years of age, or older.
“The revised bill will now be sent back to the House of Commons for MPs to determine whether to accept or reject some or all of the amendments,” reported Canadian Press.
Even a 16-year old mentally challenged Canadian could have the ability to figure out what will transpire in this regard: Parliament will surely approve the bill, bringing it into law within Canadian society.
To be macabre, CAP cannot help but think of previous examples of government-legislated decimation of the mentally ill. If we are not mistaken, this practice was forced upon 20th century nations during the second world war.
Moving to 2021, let’s consider the degree of push-back from Canada’s health authorities and academic experts. Apart from the odd “blip”– there is none.
It appears everyone uniformly agrees– Justin Trudeau, the Liberal Party, Federal Health authorities, our psychiatric institutions, university academics, and so on and so forth.
As far as the public in concerned, they could stomp their feet and scream to the high heavens, and nothing would change. Public opinion is not only meaningless in Trudeau’s “no core identity” society. In some respects, it is today illegal. Not directly by law, but rather by Covid. The right to public protest is hereby suspended in the name of the pandemic.
While the CBC and other media media dance around the issues, freedom and democracy are eroding in Canada at a rapid pace. In their stead is a form of pseudo-dictatorship. Like all successful political transformations, the agenda progresses on an incremental basis.
An impediment of democracy here, a denial of public gathering there. A methodical cut-back in the core values of what Canada stood for from 1867-2015.
Then, in October of 2015, Justin Trudeau became prime minister of Canada. Despite media portrayal, this marked the “end of an era.”
Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, has the following to say:
“The law never defined psychological suffering, in the same way that Bill C-7 does not define psychological suffering, and yet it permits euthanasia for psychological suffering.”
How “Trudeau government” this is. At least they are consistent– the same lack of definition can be applied to hotly contested issues such as racism, bigotry and xenophobia in Canada.
At the base-line, the issue is one of control. Our government have a desperate need to control all elements of Canadians society. No surprise here, as CAP branded Justin Trudeau as a megalomaniac with a pathological need for control from day one.
— Brad Salzberg, CAP Founder(est. 2016)