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Better off dead?: Belgium pushes euthanasia for organ donations

human-organ coolerThe liberal, progressive, quasi-socialist, Darwinist mentality has now bred utilitarianism in the nation of Belgium. It has taken the form of doctors and government officials praising the idea of encouraging certain people in their society to have themselves put to death for the “greater good” of donating their organs to someone else in need. The premise for their idea is that there are too few organ donors on the European continent and voluntary euthanasia followed by the immediate transplantation of their organs could boost the numbers of deceased donors.

Doctors also note, to promote this agenda, that the outcomes of such transplantations have been a huge success. Those who had themselves euthanized for lung transplants accounted for 12.8% of deceased lung donors. They were actually 6 patients, all of whom initially signed up to be organ donors. Three of them were mentally ill and the other three had serious neuromuscular diseases. The ones responsible for them being euthanized were totally different individuals than the ones who did the transplants.

Their arguments for the ends justifying the means sounds to me like it’s nothing more than an updated version of what Hitler and his scientists did to rid Germany of the disabled and those they considered less desirable by using them in their ungodly, deadly experiments. When you devalue human life in the womb, it leads to devaluing human life all the way to the tomb. There was a time when I wanted my organs to be donated upon my death, but when I found out in college what liberals were planning for the future, they killed that desire real quick.

Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s. Exodus 20:17

The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. John 10:10

Source: Xavier Symons. Euthanased [sic] patients a new source of organ donations in Belgium. BioEdge.org. September 7, 2013.

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3 thoughts on “Better off dead?: Belgium pushes euthanasia for organ donations

  1. – Euthanasia is by definition voluntary.

    – In Belgium you have to request to NOT use your organs after you passed away. So, I don’t really understand why they even need to put forward this idea of using organs of people who died by euthanasia… If the organs are in good condition and neither the deceased nor the family has any objection, they automatically become available for transplantation.

    – Using organs of people who died to help others who are still alive is not anti-life.

    – Belgium is not nazi Germany.

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    1. Philosiful, it’s anti-life when certain sick people are told their situation is hopeless and then told the best thing they could do is allow themselves to be put down so someone else can have their coveted organs. It gets back to the socialist mentality of deciding who lives, dies, succeeds, or fails.

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      1. True. But it’s not up to anybody, especially medical staff, to sell euthanasia as “the best thing you can do.” When this isn’t happening, there is (even within your reasoning here) no problem.

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