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Euthanasia as Suicide Cure in Belgium

The British Medical Journal has published a coolly analytical study describing how 35 (out of 100) mentally ill patients, who asked for euthanasia, were killed by doctors. (Most of survivors lived because they changed their minds,)

By the way, sometimes such patients are harvested for their organs.

That the BMJ could publish a study about what would, in a saner age, been deemed a profound human rights violation–and without a hint of criticism–illustrates that we are immersed in an age of terminal nonjudmentalism.

More details over at Human Exceptionalism.

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