Human Exceptionalism

Exit International: The True Face of the Assisted Suicide Movement

The old Hemlock Society was batty, but at least it was truthful–in its name (after a poison) and its goals; the right to choose the time, manner, and method of death. Hemlock has changed its name and put on a false face as the euphemistic Compassion and Choices, where we now hear gooey talk about “aid in dying” and “medical models,” etc.

But the truth about euthanasia belief has not been silenced. Take a gander at this newsletter from Exit International, which touts suicide machines, peaceful (suicide) pills, and etc. Exit International is whacky and dangerous, but at least it has the courage of its convictions by demonstrating the true agenda of the euthanasia movement.

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