CAP / Brad
Alan Nichols, 61, died by assisted suicide in 2019. The only medical condition listed as a reason was hearing loss.
“Nichols had a history of depression and other medical issues, but none were life-threatening. When the 61-year-old was hospitalized in June 2019 over fears he might be suicidal, he asked his brother to ‘bust him out’ as soon as possible.”
He never made it, and was subsequently put to death.
In 2016, Prime Minister Justin Trudeauchose to establish the most open and permissive assisted dying laws in the world. In 2022, it seems a Canadian can be put to death for just about any reason. The flimsiest of excuses cut the mustard in post-modern Canada.
Hearing loss, depression, diabetes– all qualify for hitting the deceased button in Canada. Upon which we come to the wonder of it all: the lack of push-back from any element of society.
How is it that Canada fell into a state of slumber regarding society’s most critical issues? Do matters of life and death not qualify? Apparently not. Naturally, CAP has a theory on the development:
Canadians are the victims of a 50-year program of social pacification. As such, issues which should register at the top of our societal richter scale barely scratch the surface.
Has Canada been intentionally primed for political conversion? Absolutely, say CAP. A major element of the phenomenon has been enforced with intent by PM Justin Trudeau.One might call it “the running of the Canadian patriot.”
For nearly seven years, Trudeau and the Liberals have instituted a program of self-hatred regarding all-things Canadian. The result has been an eradication of national self-esteem. As such, government can inflict any form of punitive measures against our citizenship, and still remain the government. Does it include termination of life?
“More Canadians are ending their lives with a medically-assisted death, says the third federal annual report on medical assistance in dying (MAID). Data shows that 10,064 people died in 2021 with medical aid, an increase of 32 per cent over 2020.”
“The report says that 3.3 per cent of all deaths in Canada in 2021 were assisted deaths. On a provincial level, the rate was higher in provinces such as Quebec, at 4.7 per cent, and British Columbia, at 4.8 per cent.”
Bring out your dead? Witness as a western democracy begins to track institutionalized death statistics at will.
“It is rising remarkably fast,” University of Toronto law professor Trudo Lemmens, who was a member of the “Council of Canadian Academies Expert Panel on Medical Assistance in Dying.”
Welcome to the New Canadian Order. “Let’s get those numbers up, we have quotas to fulfill” as the lash cracks down on the backs of government civil servants.
It’s a long way from Trudeau’s “Sunny Ways” proclamations back in 2015. Witness as society transitions to one in which human lives are transformed into human commodities.
Marie-Claude Landry, the head of its Human Rights Commission, says she shares the “grave concern voiced last year by three U.N. Human Rights experts, who wrote that Canada’s euthanasia law appeared to violate the agency’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights.”
Tim Stainton, director of the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship at the University of British Columbia, described Canada’s law as “probably the biggest existential threat to disabled people since the Nazis’ program in the 1930s.”
Cultural Action Party has always believed that Justin Trudeau has a little bit of fascism in him. Or more accurately, a lethal dose of communist cognition.
Within the world of the communism, human life is a commodity. Non-productive citizens are a burden. These people cost the government money. Good money that Trudeau would otherwise be shipping to Syria, Somalia and Senegal to improve the lives of their citizens.
Back in Canada, the elderly and useless are being targeted in no-uncertain terms:
A feature from the Associated Press quoted secretly recorded audio from a London, Ont. hospital that appeared to show a medical ethicist raising the subject of euthanasia with a disabled patient, Roger Foley, after reminding him that he was costing the system north of $1,500 a day.”
One year from now, in March 2023, Canada will become one of the few nations in the world allowing assisted dying for people whose sole underlying condition is depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, PTSD or any other mental affliction.
Is our Liberal government out to rid our country of elderly and other non-productive members of society?
According to the Washington Examiner,someone might want to ask Justin Trudeauwho is standing up and fighting for the rights of vulnerable people in Canada:
“Turns out Canada has become a d*ath factory for the elderly, disabled, and mentally ill.”
CAP has heard of this type of thing before. Pol Pot of Cambodia was big on the process, as was Chairman Mao Tse Tung, founder of the communist revolution in China.
Turns out Canada has a revolution occurring in society as well. It’s the story of how an immature rich kid from Quebec came to transform a society into a pseudo-dictatorship.
Employing political scare tactics drawn from totalitarian societies of history, Justin Trudeau set out to re-make Canada in the image of the nations he most admires.
With media in his pocket, it appears Canada transition to a communist state is in the bag. Devaluing human life in its basic form, Justin Trudeau transitions Canadians into commodified widgets.
Useful, or useless? The former go in the left hand line-up, the latter to the right.
Welcome to Justin Trudeau’s Sunny Ways society.