Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Euthanasia as societally legal as Abortion

Life is about Liberty, Independence, Freedom and Equality, all humans essentially are created, born and die with inherent dignity, innate worth and inalienable rights, to ignore this undeniable fact is to ignore life itself. That now said, why debate an issue if it will just be going to ignored along with any good points within, like abortion was. Personally I heard Charlton Heston's Detective Thorn in Soylent Green when he said, "It is people. Soylent Green is made out of people. They are making our food out of people. Next thing they will be breeding us like cattle for food. You have got to tell them. You tell everybody. We have got to stop them somehow!", from overpopulation to underpopulation, we are slowly killing the human within humanity.

It was obvious that euthanasia would be considered eventually as some kind of appropriate care in certain particular circumstances, quite like abortion was to protect what endangers their mental, emotional or physical well being or to provide mercy for those in uncivilized inhumane situations like rape or pain, change the old quote around, you get what is done in private by adults does not concern the Criminal Code of Canada and there is no place for the state in the hospital bedrooms of the nation, so nothing really changes with extra amendments to the Criminal Law Act.

What does change, however, is the idea that all of these anti life amendments help to build up, not break down, culture. If people do not like people, then feel very free to stay as individualized as possible in the greater community of humanity, but I think when one cuts themselves off from life, culture and community as a whole, they only then will find it not worth the living. Negativity, not positivity, breeds this kind of thinking, which leads to actions like this kind of doing, if we do not live our life more positively, are we not less human, denying ourselves of ourselves, denying the liberty, independence, freedom and equality within it, so is that not what L.I.F.E. is all really about in the end?