Pages tagged "Belgium"
Belgium to OK euthanazing children because they are doing it already.
Feb 28, 2013
writes:Wesley Smith Continue reading
Should children and incompetent persons be euthanized in Belgium?
Feb 23, 2013
This recent disturbing development in Belgium is covered by : Alex Schadenberg Continue reading
Belgian woman with anorexia nervosa dies by euthanasia.
Feb 11, 2013
also comment son Belgian anorexia euthanasia death. Alex Schadenberg Continue reading
Belgian Anorexia Euthanasia
Feb 11, 2013
reports on yet another chilling case from Belgium: Wesley Smith Continue reading
How my mother died - a son's story
Feb 05, 2013
This article first appeared on the MercatorNet Blog Continue reading
Belgian twin euthanasia story is just the tip of a chilling iceberg
Jan 30, 2013
. This comment from Peter Saunders in the UK not only sums up the situation with the euthanasia of twins just before Christmas, Saunders also covers new proposals to further liberalize a system already out of control. Continue reading
Six Lessons from death in Belgium
Jan 25, 2013
Great summary of the death of the Belgian twins by Michael Cook from t. Continue reading
More on death of Belgian twins
Jan 16, 2013
"Today it seems that euthanasia is the only right way to end life." The death of twin brothers by euthanasia has caused an international stir that is damaging to the pro-euthanasia movement because it brings into focus the reality that euthanasia laws in both Belgium and The Netherlands are not safe. It's not a rosy garden as we are lead to believe.A follow up report in the Continue reading
Twins die together by euthanasia - Belgium extends their law
Jan 15, 2013
from a number of European sources say that Belgian twins, Marc and Eddy Verbessem died together utilizing Belgium's euthanasia laws. News reports Continue reading
Proposed changes to Belgian euthanasia law may affect freedom of conscience
Jan 02, 2013
This update on developments in Belgium has a familiar ring to it. The latest 'Trojan Horse' euthanasia bill in South Australia ( ) has a provision that, should a doctor have a conscientious objection to killing his or her patient, they must refer the patient on to someone who will do the deed. (see also: ) Continue reading