Medical homicide in Canada | Armstrong Economics

Suspension: Welcome. I wrote in response to a James Kunstler reader reporting medically assisted suicide as the sixth leading cause of death in Canada, and it is about my own experiences working with the disabled in Canada – and living in poverty now in my old age – that this has been misreported. People with disabilities and/or elderly people who go to hospital in Canada without family, friends, or a lawyer by their side do not make it out alive. I do not hesitate to point out that most of the deaths in the article are too poor to continue to live with dignity – Canadian Eugenics, November 15, 2022, is not medically assisted suicide but is most likely an outright medical homicide.

-CG

reply: The depths of government corruption know no bounds. We need to ask why patients need attorneys to represent them in the healthcare setting. Medical patients become health care victims. We saw this during COVID when insurance companies paid hospitals to put patients on ventilators, almost guaranteeing they would never be released. Without a lawyer, the patient/victim is at the mercy of the system.

Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, supported “population cleansing”. The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation provided the initial foundation for this practice by highlighting the scientific achievement of genome sequencing and combining it with the potential “Reduce the disease burden on themselves and on society as a whole.” If you are unable to pay taxes, there is no benefit from the government.

It doesn’t even matter if you served in the army and fought to protect your country. A Canadian Forces veteran went to Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) for help with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury. A worker at the Visa Application Center gave his unsolicited ‘medical opinion’ – Kill yourself. Trudeau feigned concern at this particular incident when it became international news and said that only a doctor or psychiatrist can tell their patients to kill themselves.

In 2021, 10,064 people were killed under MAID, which represents 3.3% of all deaths in the nation. There was a 32.4% growth in assisted suicides from 2020 to 2021. The most common underlying issue noted was ‘nervousness’ at 45.7%. Losing the ability to engage in meaningful activities was the top concern, at 86.3%. A shocking 62.3% of individuals who applied for MAID changed their minds and had to plead with the government to stay alive. They did not track race or religion in these deaths but plan to collect that data next year, allegedly.

The law will be expanded next March, and everyone is at risk. If the program goes up over 30% in one year without expanding, I can only imagine how many tens of thousands the Canadian government would kill, especially as the economy slumps and people are going through hard times. These changes always start small but become something much bigger. It seemed humane to allow someone living in unbearable pain to die, but now death is a treatment option for severely treatable diseases. Under this claim, they could kill the entire homeless population, everyone living in poverty, the mentally ill, the physically handicapped, and even dissidents whom the government feels are unfit for society—useless eaters.

Too poor to continue living with dignity – Canadian eugenics

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