Euthanasia For Children Nears Approval By Belgian Parliament; Doctors To Mass-Euthanize Children And Alzheimer’s Patients

Euthanasia for children nears approval by Belgian Parliament; doctors to mass-euthanize children and Alzheimer’s patients (Natural News, June 12, 2013):

A proposed law on the verge of approval by the Belgium parliament would allow children to decide for themselves whether they should be euthanized (“killed”) by medical personnel. Currently, Belgian law limits euthanasia to persons 18 and older, but with the rise of autistic children thanks to biopesticides, GMOs and vaccines, nations are increasingly trying to figure out what to do with all these children who have been permanently damaged by the medical and biotech industries.

The answer, of course, is to simply kill them. It’s difficult to kill children off under current law without being charged with murder, however. So this proposed new law would allow doctors to decide whether children of any age (yes, even a five-year-old) can, themselves, “consent” to being euthanized without parental consent.

The mercy killing of autistic children has already begun in the UK, by the way. As the Daily Mail reports: “Desperate mother and godmother ‘killed severely autistic boy, 14, by stabbing him multiple times in the chest’ when they became overwhelmed caring for him 24/7 after demanding he be removed from the hospital and in put in their care.”

Not surprisingly, this “mercy killing” bill was introduced by the socialist party, since socialists tend to hate humanity no matter what country they live in. The proposed legislation calls for, “the law to be extended to minors if they are capable of discernment or affected by an incurable illness or suffering that we cannot alleviate,” reports AFP.

That story goes on to report, “Socialist Senator Philippe Mahoux, who helped draft the proposed changes, said there had been cases of adolescents who ‘had the capacity to decide’ their future.”

Because, of course, a six-year-old isn’t old enough to drive a car or buy a beer, but they can certainly consent to being killed by the state… especially if they’re already a burden on health care costs.

As the law proponents claim, it “marks a turning point in the nation’s approach to the rights of young people, some of whom would be able to choose to die if the law were to pass, even while still being legally barred from driving, marrying, voting or drinking liquor until they turned 18,” reports IBtimes.com

Alzheimer’s patients to also face euthanization under proposed law But wait, there’s more! It’s not just children who will be euthanized under this new law, it’s also scores of Alzheimer’s patients.

“Parliamentarians would also consider extended mercy-killing to people suffering from Alzheimer’s-type illnesses,” said the socialist senator.

Euthanasia is, of course, the most convenient way for any government to get rid of people it doesn’t want to care for. Instead of teaching the public how to prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s disease, the government simply passes a new law to murder them all while calling it “compassionate medicine.”

The age of mass murder by government is upon us. It won’t be long before such laws spread to other nations and are expanded to people with “mental health problems” or even cancer. While in theory the idea of euthanasia may have merit in a strictly limited scope, the truth is that governments are now jumping on the euthanasia bandwagon to provide attempted legal justification for the mass murder of children and senior citizens whom they no longer wish to support with health care expenditures. Save the government from bankruptcy! Have grandma euthanized! (Right alongside little autistic Johnny, too…)

Governments, after all, are ultimately political machines of death and destruction, which explains why all the wars fought in the 20th century were started by governments, not the People. War is simply another way to accomplish the mass killing that the twisted, demented people at the top of every government truly enjoy.

And there’s nothing more delicious to these power freaks than killing little children. If you can take a five-year-old into a doctor’s office and pump his veins full of deadly chemicals while calling it a “mercy killing,” it’s almost erotic to these power-hungry control freaks. Too bad the BBC’s Jimmy Savile isn’t still around, or he might even find something else to do with the children’s corpses afterward.

Sick? You bet it is. We’re talking about the state-sponsored murder of children here. There’s nothing polite about it. You can also bet this will become the new way that governments dispose of autistic children and then claim rates of autism are “going down” because not as many children have it anymore. (Yeah, after they’ve all been euthanized.)

Governments, you see, will even resort to the mass murder of children to protect the vaccine industry. And what is the vaccine industry other than a child-killing monstrosity to begin with? That’s why the industry loves to run dangerous vaccine experiments on little children, too. There’s nothing quite as rewarding to these vaccine pushers as seeing a high-IQ child turned into a drooling, screaming, zombified autism case in the hours after receiving a vaccine injection.

God help us all. We are all being mass murdered by the fascist global state, and most of the population is too dumbed-down to realize what’s happening.

2 thoughts on “Euthanasia For Children Nears Approval By Belgian Parliament; Doctors To Mass-Euthanize Children And Alzheimer’s Patients

  1. This is an amazing story. I wonder if I go there, if they would do the same for me. I have an incurable illness that will soon take my life. Perhaps, like Switzerland, they will help people of other nations who choose death.
    I don’t know what to say to this article. I don’t see death as something terrible, especially if one has Alzheimer’s, or some other dreadful disease. I never did.
    As a youth, I was taken to one of the mental hospitals in Napa, CA. I saw a woman of 40 who looked like an 8 year old lying in bed in a vegetable state. When I asked why they kept her alive, they nearly lynched me. I think quality of life is important.
    I have a great nephew who is autistic. It was unheard of when I had my child 40 years ago, but now, it affects one in 106 boys. I am certain it is the vaccinations and chemicals in the foods that cause it. I don’t know enough about the disease to say, but I have seen people with Alzheimer’s, and it is hell on earth for them.
    If the person knows and chooses, I think they should have the right. I wish we had that here, instead of the religious fanatics who want to keep people alive long past their time of enjoyment.
    If government is doing it at will, that is something else. I don’t know enough to say yet. Please stay on the story for us, it is important.
    Thanks for all you do.

  2. One more point I want to make. I am glad I won’t be alive to see this come true. You are probably right, it may well become a way to get rid of useless people, but I sincerely hope it won’t be five year olds. My great nephew with autism has progressed greatly since being diagnosed at the age of 3. I was able to tell there was something wrong sooner, so was his grandfather, who is a surgeon. Since his diagnosis, it has been discovered that hip hop music can reach these children, and help them to interact with others. He is fortunate, his family is well able to provide everything he needs, but he has improved greatly with special schooling and care. He is about 10 now, and does well with other children and animals. It isn’t like Alzheimer’s, which happens at the end of life. I have spent a lot of time with the dying, and dementia is how many people hide from the reality of death……it is a way to escape the inevitable.
    A dear friend of mine who died at 87 asked me, “where is this dementia coming from?” He was getting bouts of it, he knew it, and asked me. I gave him my opinion, and he said “I think you are right.” He was dead in a month, but he knew where he was, who he was until he died. He did get the dementia at times, but was wise enough to know it for what it was.
    My father was another one, he knew he was having dementia before he died. I think it depends on the person how it ought to be treated. I recently saw another person so terrified of death, that he fought it until he drew his last breath. His last year was one of terror. Is that quality?
    It is a deep topic, and cannot be judged by a few examples. It depends on the people.
    I am now looking for a doctor who will help me die because what I have wrong with me has no cure, and is increasingly painful. I have read OR and WA are two states that allow people to choose, so I am looking into that. I personally find no fear in dying, we all do it, so it can’t be that bad.
    I think we are like rosebushes. Roses bud, bloom, grow into something wonderful, wear out, shed, then the flower dies…..but the plant lives on.
    So much for philosophy.

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