Suicide World | National Review

Suicide is a growing problem,  and yet, the assisted suicide movement receive none of the blame.

It should. Pushing suicide impacts people. Normalizing it leads to more self killings.

In this regard, Oregon assisted suicides were up again last year. Although, since honesty is not the movement’s thing, the law does not count assisted suicide as actual suicide, so Oregon’s horrible overall suicide statistics are even worse than they appear–to the point that the clueless-about-the-assisted-suicide-influence public health authorities have called it a public crisis.

Then, there’s this from Switzerland, where the country’s suicide clinics are more popular than ever.

Every year, thousands of people become members of Exit, the largest assisted suicide organisation in Switzerland. Last year was no exception, with 10,078 new members signing up. If they fulfill certain criteria, members can use the organisation’s services when they decide the time is right to end their life.

Exit has 110,391 members in German-speaking…

Full story here



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here