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Published: Thursday, Oct. 31 2013 11:49 p.m. MDT

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samhill
Salt Lake City, UT

"In the Netherlands, euthanasia is legal under specific circumstances and for children over the age of 12 with parental consent. (There is an understanding that infants, too, can be euthanized, and that doctors will not be prosecuted if they act appropriately.) .... In Belgium, the ruling Socialist party has proposed the bill expanding the right of euthanasia."

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It is all so reminiscent of the good'ol days of Nazism.

There must be something about socialism (don't forget that Nazism was, above all, a socialist organization) that inherently demeans the rights of individuals, including the right to life. How else can one describe the legalization of killing children, including infants?

Organized barbarism.

jsf
Centerville, UT

"the ruling Socialist party has proposed the bill expanding the right of euthanasia." And we think the world learned from WWII, and its horrors. Slip over the edge and the government will decide who lives and who dies. Progressives from the early twentieth century are alive and working their evils. From the Early concentration camps in Africa run by the British (that killed thousands of Dutch descendents) and the Germans under Heinrich Goering, father of Herman Goering (that killed the Herero and the Nama, to the camps run by the Nazis. There is no justification for progressives and their policies of death for the good of the state. Nor is there any valid argument for the euthanasia of another human being. Social engineering progressives have even fronted the idea of abortion up to the age of five. What a world we live in when progressives state they are for abortion and against capital punishment, and conservatives are against abortion and for capital punishment. Belgium and the Netherlands are now against capital punishment but will allow the execution of anyone they deemed not fit to live.

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