EU standard – euthanasia for children

EU standard – euthanasia for children
Belgium legalized the right to euthanasia for adults in 2002. Now the Senate has voted to extend the law
to children. The draft bill was passed in the Senate by 50 votes to 17. In the Netherlands, Belgium’s
northern neighbour, euthanasia is legal for children over the age of 12. But if the Belgian bill is passed in
the lower house of parliament, Belgium will be the first nation in the world to lift all age restrictions.
In the beginning they presented a law that included mentally ill children, children with anorexia, children
who are tired of life.
There were 6,945 registered adult deaths by euthanasia in Belgium between 2002 and 2012.
On 20 April 2012, Tom Mortier, a chemistry lecturer, got a message to call a Brussels hospital. His
mother was dead. She was 64 and had been suffering from depression. He is enraged. He does not accept
the argument that his mother had a “right to die”. “From my perspective this is not a law for patients, it’s
a law for doctors so they won’t be prosecuted,” Mortier says. “Performing euthanasia is unethical. It’s
killing your patients, and now they’re promoting it as the ultimate form of love. What have we become
here in Belgium? I don’t understand it…” And his reaction to the Senate vote on children and euthanasia?
“It’s insanity.”
The priority of the EU policy is homosexuality. Homosexuals have a prior right to adopt
children. However, according to statistics, 70% of AIDS carriers are homosexuals. Children adopted by
homosexuals are infected with AIDS. America has ranches for children who have been cast away by
these “adoptive parents” after they lost interest in them. Legalization of euthanasia for children is an easy
way to get rid of the children whom homosexuals and paedophiles have abused and are bored with.
These eurostandards would very soon be established in Ukraine if the signing of the Association
Agreement would have started the colonization process of absorption of Ukraine by the EU.
+ Methodius OSBMr
+ Timothy OSBMr
Secretary Bishops of the Byzantine Catholic Patriarchate
Lvov (Ukraine), 17 January 2014