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New Information From Canada Indicates Increase In Organ Donation Through Government Sanctioned Physician Murder

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Published on: January 8, 2020

About three weeks ago, I penned this article talking about Canada’s euthanasia laws being extended to diseases/illnesses such as Alzheimer’s and dementia while the government pushed a hospice organization to engage in euthanasia as part of a palliative care regimen.  Normally, I avoid writing in the first person because I want the information to stand on its own and provide a commentary to get readers to think.  But, with new information coming out of Canada on this same subject, I will use first-person viewpoint to relay the information and commentary.

After penning this article, I went to celebrate the holiday season with family.  Returning home, the radio was tuned to the David Webb show.  I called in and relayed this story to the host reminding everyone that murder is murder regardless of what “laws”, pretend laws in reality, a government passes allowing another human to “assist” in suicide.  Right on cue, a woman called in from Canada and this is what she said, “I want to address the lady that called about Canada ‘putting people to sleep’.  We do have those laws but it is highly regulated”.  Yes, you heard that correctly.  Allowing doctors to essentially murder an individual is referred to this woman experiencing a high level of cognitive dissonance as “putting people to sleep”.  And, to make things worse, this woman thinks because the government has “highly regulated” the process, it is somehow acceptable.  Unbelievable.  As a matter of disclosure, I informed the host that I had researched the article on this topic for the piece I wrote for The Washington Standard.

Well, the new information coming out of Canada now, as reported by PJ Media, is the government of Canada actually bragging that “assisted suicide”, aka murder by physician, is providing an ample supply of donated organs for individuals awaiting organ transplants.  The source article appeared in The Ottawa Citizen on January 6, 2020.  The key player in all of this latest push for “assisted suicide”, a term that is such a misnomer that I will refer to it as government-sanctioned physician murder, came out of the George Soros organization, Open Society Institute, which funded a study/report called “Project on Death in America” from 1994 to 1997.  Before reading any further, take the time to read carefully all the source articles.

If you read the speech given by George Soros in the study/report, you will notice that Soros was advocating for palliative care for dying individuals, aka hospice care, before hospice care was covered widely by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance.  Moreover, Soros, who has never attended any medical or nursing school, claimed in his speech that doctors and nurses were ill-equipped to care for dying individuals because of a lack of training.  It was a lie then because as a nursing student, who attended the old diploma school of nursing before these institutions were nixed by State governments, there were entire modules during Basic Nursing courses, Medical/Surgical courses, and Psychology Nursing courses devoted to assisting terminally ill patients to die with dignity, preserve as much quality of life as possible, and assist the patient and family with the psychological, emotional, mental and physical difficulties (pain management) with terminal diagnoses and care.  And, for good measure, the nursing school I attended taught there was no such thing as “euthanasia” and never would be regardless of what anyone ever said because it was considered unethical in the medical profession by all authoritative sources, including the Bible.  Yes, I attended a Christian, all female diploma RN program nursing school.

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Go to the last paragraphs of that essay based on the speech by Soros, and it reads:

This brings me to that hotly-debated subject, physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia.  This is the one aspect of dying that is talked about everywhere – on television, in public forums, in newspaper headlines, and serious journal articles and in the courts.  I believe in personal autonomy;  I believe people should be allowed to determine their own end.  But I also recognize that legalizing euthanasia could have unintended consequences, leading to all kinds of abuses.  The issues need to be carefully weighed.  Very few terminally ill patients would avail themselves of the opportunity even if euthanasia were legalized.  After all, my mother refused my help, and I am glad she did.  The Project on Death in America concerns itself with the vast majority of people who are not looking for physician-assisted suicide, and they have their work cut out for them.

As people come to terms with death, recognizing it as a fact of life, then the demand for physician-assisted suicide, as well as for unnecessary medical interventions, will drop.  That is one way I hope our efforts will influence the culture of dying.

Ever heard a more ridiculous passel of lies?  Let’s clear this up quickly.  When another person is involved in your death, it is no longer a suicide – it is murder.  There is no such thing as euthanasia when it comes to human beings.  While Soros touted this as a push for more expansion for hospice care, it actually placed the notion of “murder by physician” as an option because there was not anyone that I ever cared for who was dying that even mentioned a physician using any method to murder them.  It’s like all those individuals surrounding the Clintons who committed suicide but we later found out they were victims of “Arkancide”.

Now, let’s get to the article in the Ottawa Citizen.

Ontarians who opt for medically assisted deaths (MAiD) are increasingly saving or improving other people’s lives by also including organ and tissue donation as part of their final wishes.

In the first 11 months of 2019, MAiD patients in the province accounted for 18 organ and 95 tissue donors, a 14 per cent increase over 2018 and a 109 per cent increase over 2017. (Figures for December 2019 are not yet available.)

According to Trillium Gift of Life Network, which oversees organ and tissue donation in Ontario, the 113 MAiD-related donations in 2019 accounted for five per cent of overall donations in Ontario, a share that has also been increasing. In 2018, MAiD-related donations made up 3.6 per cent of the province’s total donations, and in 2017 just 2.1 per cent.

“The decision to pursue MAiD is totally separate from the decision to donate organs,” cautions Ronnie Gavsie, Trillium’s chief executive officer, “but we do want patients to have their last will carried out.”

This relatively new source of organs and tissues is significant in that Ontario’s waiting list for organs typically hovers around 1,600 without any great headway made to eliminate that number. While 90 per cent of Canadians reportedly support organ donation, only 34 per cent of Ontarians have registered online, and the growth rate in registered donors has declined for three consecutive years.

Canada decriminalized medically assisted death in 2016, and Ontario, through Trillium, immediately moved to the forefront of organ and tissue donation through MAiD, becoming the first jurisdiction in the world to proactively reach out to those who had been approved for assisted death to discuss donation. When a death is imminent, whether through a hospital or MAiD, Trillium must by law be notified.

So, to increase the organs for donation, the law requires the agency that oversees organ and tissue donation to be notified.  How convenient.  Thanks to the government sanctioned physician murder Canada’s organ and tissue donations are increasing.  Imagine that.  This sanitized piece by the Ottawa Citizen neve mentions the pressure the government of Canada is placing upon hospices to engage in government sanctioned physician murder as part of palliative care or face their facility being closed, which was covered in the article I penned on December 16, 2019 for Sons of Liberty Media.

Continuing on:

“And, as part of high-quality end-of life care, we make sure that all patients and families are provided with the information they need and the opportunity to make a decision on whether they wish to make a donation,” Gavsie says. “That just follows the logical protocol under the law and the humane approach for those who are undergoing medical assistance in dying. And it’s the right thing to do for those on the wait list.”

Regulations in some other jurisdictions where euthanasia or assisted suicide is permitted, such as Belgium and Netherlands, only allow organ donation at the patient’s initiation. In Switzerland and the U.S. states Oregon, Washington, Vermont and Montana, where assisted suicide is legal, subsequent organ donation is not possible. Quebec, which initially allowed only patient-initiated donation, now allows Transplant Québec to initiate donation discussions with patients who have been accepted for MAiD.

There are factors, however, that stack against MAiD patients becoming donors. Those with cancer, for example, which according to a 2018 Canadian Blood Services report accounts for 57 per cent of MAiD deaths in Canada, cannot donate organs. Additionally, current laws stipulate that organ donors must die in a hospital, whereas many MAiD patients choose to die in their homes. (Tissues, however, such as eyes, heart valves, bone tendons and skin, can be recovered following home deaths.)

But even those considerations are shifting. According to Dr. Andrew Healey, Trillium’s chief medical officer of donations, many MAiD patients are deciding that organ donation is a higher priority than choosing the location of their death.

“The striking thing about patients who have medical assistance in dying is that they have a very clear vision about what they want, and they have the capacity to make their own decisions. We want people to hear about the opportunities they have and then make the right choice for them. There are several patients we’ve spoken to who had initially planned to die at home, but that wasn’t as important to them as helping other people.”

Did you notice that here in the united States of America, there are four States that have government-sanctioned physician murder?  And, notice how these individuals in Canada who condone and support this have all sorts of “buzz words” to sanitize the actuality of what is occurring?  Medical assistance in dying?  There is no such thing – not in the Hippocratic Oath or the Florence Nightingale pledge for nurses.  Upon graduation, I took the 1935 version of the Florence Nightingale Pledge.  Nurse make their pledge to God and before God.  It seems physicians are making theirs toward pagan gods of healing instead of the one true God who is the greatest physician of all.  But, I digress.

I refuse to believe that individuals who are terminally ill, dying from any disease or illness, actually place more importance to helping other people than dying at home or any other concern.  Believe me, I have provided care to dying individuals and worked in hospice care for a number of years in my career.  Not one time did any individual ever mention organ donation, which was a possibility for many of my patients.  Their main concern was their family, their spouse, their relationship with God regarding salvation, and whether or not adequate relief from pain was possible.  So, this peddled garbage about it being more important to help someone else when these patients are dying is questionable at best.  And, none of the patients I cared for even suggested they would welcome government-sanctioned physician death and neither did any of the family members.

That’s not to say there were not patients who I suspected committed suicide while in the care of hospice, because I did, and for reasons that I cannot disclose.  But, they did it without any assistance from anyone according to the information I gathered upon arriving at the home to pronounce death.

This entire notion is absolutely outrageously egregious.  It violates God’s commandment, “thou shalt not murder”.  Why is that so hard to understand?  There are laws against murder in every State in the united States of America, and Canada, I’m sure.  But, government decided murder of the unborn was okay – America stood by.  Government decided that murder of babies during birth is okay – Americans stood by.  Government decided that murder of infants after birth was okay – Americans stood by.  Government decided in four states – Oregon, Montana, Washington, and Vermont, murder of terminally ill individuals by physicians is okay.  And, again Americans stood by.  Murder on any level is wrong and illegal.  Government legislating that is it okay to murder when you are a physician is wrong, period, end of story.

Am I mad?  You darn tootin’ I am.  Every American and Canadian should be.  Let me leave you with what the article at PJ Media stated:

There may be people reading this right now thinking, “They want to kill themselves. Someone else needs an organ, what’s the big deal?” Ethics, that’s what. Valuing human life in the public sphere, that’s what.

In the U.S. we were told that death with dignity was supreme. They smiled and lied. We just didn’t know how fast the slide toward inhumanity would take.

Here we are.

Before long we’ll be organ-shaming people. Public pressure will be put on people who may be terminal – but who selfishly want to live longer – to hurry up and kill themselves to provide spare parts for someone who has more value to society.

I’m going to have to hide my special needs child someday, aren’t I?

— Todd of Mischief (@AndToddsaid) January 6, 2020

As the Trillium spokesman puts it, “Not only are they dying with dignity and at a time of their choice, but they’re leaving a legacy.”

This Twitter user put it in a pithier, slightly different way:

“The More People That We Kill, The More People We Can Save!” — Catchy PSA tag

— Whine Cave (@gypsyluc) January 6, 2020

Right in one.

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