Euthanasia

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The practice of intentionally ending life, may be a government policy more than people are aware of.

Euthanasia is the practice of intentionally ending life, nominally to end pain and suffering.

Euthanasia is categorized in different ways, which include voluntary, non-voluntary, or involuntary:[1]

  • Voluntary euthanasia is legal in a growing number of countries.
  • Assisted suicide, also known as assisted dying or medical aid in dying, is suicide undertaken with the aid of another person.
  • Non-voluntary euthanasia (patient's consent unavailable) is legal in some countries under certain limited conditions, in both active and passive forms.
  • Involuntary euthanasia (without asking consent or against the patient's will) is illegal in all countries and is usually considered murder.
A capsule that induces hypoxia by reducing the oxygen to a critical level inside. Can be used the carry the body afterwards. The device was approved in Switzerland which has about 1,300 assisted deaths per year,[2][3][4] and also a comparatively high suicide rate.[5][6][7]

Spiked Online reported on the ‘advance directive implant’ (ADI) in July 2021. An implant that automatically triggers the release of a lethal drug at some stage after the onset of dementia. Once initiated, like a timer, it would begin ticking down towards zero.[8]

Involuntary euthanasia and COVID-19

Full article: COVID-19/Euthanasia

During the COVID-19 deep event, a number of governments, either through incompetence or on purpose, implemented policies that drastically increased death numbers.[9][10]


 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Aktion T4Nazi Germany euthanasia programme.
Human sacrificeDoctrine or ideology driven ritual murder


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