GRTL: ‘It’s Cheaper Just to Kill You’

Advocates of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide argue that terminally ill citizens should have the right to end their lives and advocate that such a decision is a right to die and is protected by the same constitutional safeguards that guarantee such rights as marriage, procreation, and the refusal or terminating life-saving medical treatment.

What isn’t spoken about is that for governments, it’s just cheaper to kill you than keep you alive as proven by a report by Georgia Right to Life (GRTL) where it was reported that not surprisingly, in Canada, advocates of assisted suicide claim killing as many people as possible could save the country $139 million annually.

GRTL reports:

Barely a year after first legalizing assisted suicide, Canada is on the fast track to match other European countries when it comes to which segments of society are targeted for death by this evil practice.

Our Northern neighbor is now considering allowing minors and patients with mental illnesses to legally seek assisted suicide. Such a move will further diminish the country’s respect for the right of Person-hood that everyone deserves.

Last December, the government asked the Council of Canadian Academies to determine if the 2016 law should be expanded to include minors and people with mental illnesses.

The study, to be completed by December of 2018, will also decide if people can include such a request in advance directives.

The debate was fueled when a prominent 27-year-old blogger, Adam Maier-Clayton, committed suicide after claiming there was no cure for his mental illness.

The Lozier Institute asserts expanding the practice to more patients is destined to be approved, noting the idea “…carries the inevitability about it…”

While researches at the University of Calgary artfully claim patients and doctors should not consider costs, they clearly suggest that assisted suicide is much cheaper than traditional end-of-life care.

Sadly, the country is already on its way to achieving that goal. The latest available statistics show that more than 2,000 Canadians have ended their lives since the law was passed. Those   numbers will only increase if minors and the mentally ill are manipulated to take their lives.

“This should not be a question of money,” explained GRTL President Ricardo Davis. “It’s about the morally wrong-headed idea that killing someone is an acceptable medical procedure.”

Not surprisingly, advocates of assisted suicide claim killing as many people as possible could save the country $139 million annually.

While researches at the University of Calgary artfully claim patients and doctors should not consider costs, they clearly suggest that assisted suicide is much cheaper than traditional end-of-life care.

Sadly, the country is already on its way to achieving that goal. The latest available statistics show that more than 2,000 Canadians have ended their lives since the law was passed. Those   numbers will only increase if minors and the mentally ill are manipulated to take their lives.

“This should not be a question of money,” explained GRTL President Ricardo Davis. “It’s about the morally wrong-headed idea that killing someone is an acceptable medical procedure.”

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