Killing inconvenient prenatal babies is behind us now on the slippery slope. In Holland, we have already reached killing people for drinking too much:
A man in the Netherlands has been allowed to die because he could no longer carry on living as an alcoholic.
Mark Langedijk chose the day of his death and was telling jokes, drinking beer and eating ham sandwiches with his family hours before he passed away.
He was killed by lethal injection at his parents’ home on 14 July, according to an account of the ordeal written by his brother and published in the magazine Linda.
The Netherlands introduced a euthanasia law 16 years ago, which is available to people in “unbearable suffering” with no prospect of improvement.
Since then, the corpses have been piling up.
More than 5,500 people ended their life using Holland’s euthanasia laws last year. One of those who died was a sex abuse victim who suffered severe anorexia, chronic depression and hallucinations.
Once we have progressed to killing everyone who is not perfect and problem free, we will have a perfect, problem-free world — population 0.
On a tip from Sean C.