‘The doctor will see kill you now’–Canada’s Supreme Court backs doctor-assisted suicide

Supreme_Court_of_Canada,_OttawaCanada’s Supreme Court has ruled unanimously that a 1993 law banning doctor-assisted suicide violates the rights of  patients who have severe and/or incurable diseases. The court ruling gives legislators one year to rewrite the law or it will automatically be null and void. Until this ruling, encouraging a patient to commit suicide or aiding or abetting or seeking a doctor to help with suicide could bring a 14 year prison sentence for any party involved.

The Canadian Medical Association, the largest physician organization in Canada, backs the court’s ruling. Dr. Chris Simpson, president of the group, stated, “What we want to do is really make sure patients who are eligible under the new rules have access to this therapeutic service, but at the same time we need to be very careful that physicians have the right to conscientious objection for moral or ethical reasons or religious reasons.” The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, which brought the lawsuit, has stated via Grace Pastine, their litigation director, that “Physician-assisted dying is now recognised for what it is – a medical service that brings an end, for some individuals, to unbearable suffering.”

Personally, I’m wondering since when is offing yourself a “therapeutic service” or a “medical service” or “dying with dignity”? Groups that fight for the rights of the disabled have shared their wise concerns about the repercussions of this decision when they stated, “As we each near the end of our lives, at the time when we are likely to be most vulnerable to despair and fear, we have now lost the protection of the Criminal Code.  Where shall we now find that protection?” Suffering is part of life and life is often messy and not pretty, but we have many medical advances geared toward palliative care to help alleviate the suffering of the severely ill. Although people who back this nonsense like to make it sound humane and merciful, they are, in my opinion, hiding the true purposes of doctor-assisted suicide.

Belgium is the perfect example of what happens when nations embrace doctor-assisted suicide. They start out by saying (just like Canada’s Supreme Court) it’s just for consenting adults who have incurable diseases that may or may not be terminal. Then after several years they expand it to include any adult who’s sick (consenting or not) or is suffering mentally for any reason or it’s for sick or disabled children or it’s promoted so they can harvest a person’s organs for someone waiting for an organ transplant. Their ultimate goal is population control. The first step toward this is always universal health care, whose backers always use the lie that universal health care keeps health care costs down. Then when the universal health care costs don’t do as they claim (and they know it won’t help health care costs), it provides them with the excuse to bring in doctor-assisted suicide or euthanasia as a “cost-cutting” measure–providing them the population control their elitist, New World Order puppet masters really want.

So the devaluing of human life continues.

I call heaven and earth to record this day against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live Deuteronomy 30:19

Doth not wisdom cry? and understanding put forth her voice? … I wisdom dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inventions.For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the Lord. But he that sinneth against me wrongeth his own soul: all they that hate me love death. Proverbs 8:1,12,35-36


BBC News, Canada backs doctor-assisted suicide, MSN.com, February 6, 2015.

CBC News, Doctor-assisted suicide a therapeutic service, says Canadian Medical Association, CBC.ca, February 6, 2015.

6 thoughts on “‘The doctor will see kill you now’–Canada’s Supreme Court backs doctor-assisted suicide

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    1. Hi, Nick.

      I’ve never seen this movie on geocentrism and probably wouldn’t waste my time seeing it. I’m of the opinion that the planets in our solar system revolve around a moving (not stationary) sun.


  1. Yes it is another sad day for Canada, thanks to nine unelected lawyers / judges. The people should have the final say on such momentous decisions, not these elites who seem to have very little in the way of wisdom. Indeed, how can ending someone’s life be called “health care”? I heard the radio interview of one lady today whose name escapes me, a former member of Ontario’s Human Right Commission, I believe. She seemed to have some real insight and she pointed out that here we have no universal access to palliative care but in a year, there will be universal access to doctor-assisted suicide. You might want to reverse that, get universal access to palliative care first but that may make too much sense. There are a comparatively tiny minority that might theoretically make use of such “help” but a greater amount of vulnerable people will be endangered, I expect


    1. Thanks, Paul, for sharing that info. I suspect that insurers and Big Pharma companies would have to bare some expense if palliative care were made universal. They tend to care more about gaming the system to make themselves more money than they do about preserving human life. There was a time when churches ran hospitals & did it successfully before the government jumped in to push them aside while the churches let them. Maybe it’s time for saints to get back to those days and for those whom God has given the gifts of healing to step up and use those spiritual gifts with greater intensity.


  2. Hi Harry. As a Canadian and married to a nurse that deals with these doctors on a daily basis, I can tell you that a great many of them are quite upset now that this ruling has come down. Many feel they will have to get involved against their wills in these cases. This is indeed a tragic ruling and I am asking you and your followers to pray for us here in Canada that new legislation will come forward to turn back this approach of darkness. I know our Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, is and evangelical Christian and pray that he will seek the Lord’s wisdom in this matter. Thank you for bringing this forward in such a timely manner as these events can quickly unleash further fallout that you have rightly outlined here.


    1. Anonymous,

      You & your fellow Canadians are definitely in my prayers. When man’s ways are darkest is when God’s light can shine the brightest–if his people step out in faith to counteract and refuse to bow down to man’s ungodly and unjust decrees. So I will pray for wisdom and boldness of the saints of God to realize that as the apostle Peter said, “We ought to obey God rather than men,” Acts 5:29.


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