The senate in Belgium has voted overwhelmingly to begin euthanizing children. Right now the Belgian euthanasia law limits euthanasia to people who are at least 18 years old.
“This unprecedented bill would extend euthanasia to children with disabilities,” says Alex Schadenberg of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. “The Belgian Socialist government is adamant that the euthanasia law needs to extend to minors and people with dementia even though there is significant examples of how the current law is being abused and the bracket creep of acceptable reasons for euthanasia continues to grow. The current practice of euthanasia in Belgium appears to have become an easy way to cover-up medical errors.
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- Sign a petition to stop the euthanizing of children in Belgium! (lifesitenews.com)