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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Those Messy Disabled People are Too Loud

Pharmer thinks there are people who don't want to even SEE disabled people, or those with debilitating illness, and that Tony Delamothe, asst. editor of the BMJ, is likely one of them.

Priceless Tony quote:

The debate on assisted dying has been hijacked by disabled people who want to live. It needs to be reclaimed for terminally ill people who want to die

Take a look at his editorial in said medical journal HERE.

There is a drive to inculcate the duty to die among those who have become disabled or terminally ill. This is a necessary accompaniment to centralized health care, and the need for the very inefficient government bureaucracy to reduce health services in order to feed and sustain the government structure which controls the health care system.


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