Belgium votes for "final solution" for sick children. http://t.co/80U68oNkYw Hey, they're taking up space and that costs, okay?
— William M. Briggs (@mattstat) February 19, 2014
In James Bradley’s Flyboys he relates how the Japanese in Manchuria would line up Chinese citizens for the benefit of Japanese army recruits to bayonette. Most were squeamish at first—Hey! That’s a person!—but with encouragement, and a seemingly endless supply of targets, the soldiers dutifully got over their compunctions and were soon knifing with insouciance. One fellow after the war telling of his experience said, “There was a girl. I wanted to rape her. So I raped her.” And when he was finished, he gutted her. Because why? Because why not?
No reason to bring up Germany, because Hollywood, God bless them, won’t let us forget. Better to recall Russia, Cambodia, China, Cuba, France, and all the other almost Utopias where muscular socialism turned good portions of their citizens into stone-cold killers or (mainly) fertilizer.
Point is, killing is easy. Takes very little to learn how to do it as long as you’re convinced that the folks you’re slaughtering are dying for a good cause (which is usually defined as that which benefits you) or, in the best lie of all, for their own good. (Make sure you read till the end for some fun predictions.)
Most of the world already accepts that “doctors”—in the archaic definition, “healers”—can “abort” the unwanted lives growing inside women. And in the West, there is a growing trend towards killing those whose lives aren’t “worth” living. Lebensunwerten Leben! is the cry.
Belgium is the latest to take up the banner, passing a law which says “doctors”—we’re really going to have to come up with a new word for these people—can now kill children who, if kept alive, would unduly burden society and perhaps cause pain. Life should be pain free, should it not?
Of course, bayonettes are out of fashion, not the least because the amount of blood which spills out of even a child’s body is more than you’d think. What a mess! It’s drugs. Gassing still causes twinges of guilt, so it’s injections these days. Word is that “doctors” are working on a pill, which will make ordering online easy.
Anyway, so enthusiastic are the enlightened over this new kind of lethality, that I was sweetly taken aback when I learned the American College of Pediatricians, God bless them, too, stood against the rising tide of bloodlust and issued a statement condemning it.
Entitled “Neonatal Euthanasia: The Groningen Protocol“, it summarizes:
An examination of the criteria used by the Protocol to justify the euthanasia of seriously ill neonates reveals the criteria are not based on firm moral principles. The taking of the life of a seriously ill person is not the solution to the pain and suffering of the dying process. It is the role of the medical professional to care for the ailing patient with love and compassion, always preserving the personâ€™s dignity. Neonatal euthanasia is not ethically permissible…
The taking of innocent life is never a moral act.
Isn’t it cool to give the rules that let you kill a slick name like “The Groningen Protocol”? The Groningen Protocol. Say it. Makes you feel you’re part of something (an eighties spy movie, for me). “I’m sorry, miss. We had to kill your little girl. The Groningen Protocol, you see.”
The Groningen Protocol (I can’t say it enough) goes like this: End of life decisions aren’t easy, by gum. They outta be. Therefore, when in doubt, kill. Ain’t that easy?
Don’t fret. That’s only the short version. The real one is loads more scientific. They assign numbers to things like the “crying level” of babies, and there’s nothing more scientific than assigning numbers. Kids who have happy scores are allowed to live, and those on the wrong side of the cutoff are taken down to the morgue. Somebody slits their throats on the way, of course, for the morgue is for the dead only.
No, wait. It’s drugs, not knives. My memory is playing tricks on me. Isn’t killing with drugs so much more sophisticated than killing with knives? Not as much fun for the killers, true. But, again, think about all the blood.
I leave you with this caution: whenever your in the Netherlands or Belgium, whatever you do, don’t go to the doctor.
The enlightened, which comprises the majority of elites in the West, is largely against the “death penalty”, i.e. the killing of those that deserve it, but they are infatuated with killing those that don’t. Why, our dear leader sends drones to drop munitions on remote targets even as I write this.
Killing of “unworthy” lives will increase, of course, but who will be judged unworthy? I say “mentally ill” “troublemakers.” Those who won’t get with the program. You know whom I mean. Say within twenty years.