|Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on April 2, 2023 at 12:25 PM|
Depopulation is the primary goal of the World Economic Forum in the coming years and Canada has a head start on the world in that regard. According to the latest figures, Canada euthanized an astonishing 10,000 people last year.
Justin Trudeau’s federal government has been pushing assisted suicide and euthanasia, with the government progressively loosening restrictions on its Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) program. This program was initially introduced to provide individuals suffering from terminal illnesses with a choice to avoid a slow and agonizing death. However, the laws governing the program have gradually become more lenient.
Canadians can now be euthanized for a variety of reasons, including minor illnesses or being too poor or homeless. And they are trying to expand the eligibility even further.
A new government report on MAiD recently presented to Parliament urges the inclusion of minors in the eligibility for physician-assisted death — without parental consent.
The Special Joint Committee on Medical Assistance in Dying presented its latest report last week, which included a recommendation that minors be able to request MAiD.
“For MAID and mature minors, the committee heard a mix of views about whether MAID should be available to those under the age of 18,” the report read.
“Many witnesses believed that age alone does not determine whether someone is capable of consenting to MAID. At the same time, a cautious approach was recommended, especially since there is little evidence from youth themselves on this topic.
“Most witnesses agreed that if MAID for mature minors were allowed, it should only be under track one (reasonably foreseeable natural death).
“The committee recommends that mature minors should have access to MAID under track one.
September 1, 1939. The T4 program developed out of National Socialist ideology of racial hygiene. In 1939, Adolf Hitler authorized a program of euthanasia, to kill the incurable, physically or mentally disabled, emotionally distraught, and the elderly (Berenbaum, 2014). Some eugenics advocates supported the program (Berenbaum, 2014). The program was discontinued in 1941, but continued covertly until the end of World War II in 1945 (Berenbaum, 2014).
T4 killing centers were established between 1939 and 1940 to murder disabled children and adults, who were considered "unsuitable" to live or who were thought not to contribute enough economically (Berenbaum, 2014). Many of these murders took place in hospitals, primarily in children’s wards and selected adult wards. Many patients were starved to death, some were gassed, while others were killed with an overdose of sedatives. In 1941, Hitler banned gassing of disabled individuals but the murders in hospitals continued. The murder of thousands of disabled individuals through methods such as medication became known as “wild euthanasia.” Approximately 250,000 people were killed, and the killing of the handicapped under Action T-4 is considered a precursor to the Holocaust.
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