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"The Culture of Death is Heroin" by Wesley J. Smith
The culture of death is like heroin: Once you start to mainline, it is never enough.
Consider the experience of the Netherlands. When euthanasia was quasi-legalized there by court order in 1973, access to mercy killing and assisted suicide were supposed to be limited to the very few. The killing would all be governed by euthanasia guidelines that, the Dutch people were assured, would protect against abuse. These included repeated requests, a lingering desire for death, second medical opinions, and a requirement that euthanasia was the only way to eliminate severe pain or suffering.
It hasn't turned out that way, of course... (full post)