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The tag 'Euthanasia' is associated with 34 posts.

Austerity, Up Close and Personal, Part 2 “Austeritywitz”: German Elderly Being “Shipped to the East”

An aspect of Ger­many’s “aus­ter­i­ty” dik­tat that has escaped notice and dis­cus­sion con­cerns what Deutsch­land is doing with its poor, elder­ly peo­ple. Because of the expens­es involved in car­ing for the these “unde­sir­ables,” they are being shipped “to the East.” We have seen this from Ger­many before. The unini­ti­at­ed might be inclined to dis­miss this as being of lit­tle sig­nif­i­cance. After all, they aren’t being killed, as they were under the Third Reich. Not yet, they aren’t. On the oth­er hand, IF they were, who would report it? And with “aus­ter­i­ty” the order of the day for the Ger­man-dom­i­nat­ed EU, what will hap­pen as the “expense” of deal­ing with the infirm increas­es?

Is there a Doctor in the Haus? (“Paging Dr. Mengele”)

“Angel of Death” Josef Men­gele, known for his work at Auschwitz, found post­war suc­cess work­ing for the Paraguayan Army Med­ical Corps. When the U.S. began exper­i­ment­ing with chem­i­cal agents for use in Viet­nam, Men­gele suc­cess­ful­ly treat­ed sol­diers acci­den­tal­ly sprayed with tox­ins.

The “Austere” Future: Death instead of Taxes?

Nazi exter­mi­na­tion pro­grams derived from main­stream social think­ing. Will “aus­ter­i­ty” pro­duce same thing?

Fighting for the Wrong Right: Your Right to Die

Health care reform approach­ing the “Final Solu­tion” to the high cost of health care? In Nazi Ger­many it meant “Kill ’em, don’t bill ’em.” The same influ­ences inform our social think­ing on the issue.

FTR #247 Miscellaneous Articles and Updates

Grow­ing pow­er, influ­ence and respectabil­i­ty of the Moon orga­ni­za­tion; euthana­sia and the Right-to-Die move­ment; domes­tic sur­veil­lance.

FTR #220 Miscellaneous Stories and Updates

Use of genet­i­cal­ly engi­neered ade­n­ovirus­es for “gene ther­a­py” to intro­duce DNA into cells in order to cor­rect genet­ic defects.

FTR #141 Interview III with Wesley J. Smith

Ore­gon’s Propo­si­tion 16, the first euthana­sia law in the U.S., has pro­ceed­ed very far down the “slip­pery slope.”

FTR #140 Update on Health and Scientific Matters

Lis­ten: One seg­ment This pro­gram updates a num­ber of sto­ries in the health and sci­ence fields. Begin­ning with dis­cus­sion of a bill intro­duced in the Cal­i­for­nia leg­is­la­ture to per­mit physi­cian assist­ed sui­cide, the broad­cast presents analy­sis by author Wes­ley J. Smith of flaws in reportage about the Ore­gon euthana­sia law (Prop. 16.) The alleged suc­cess […]

FTR #124 Interview II with Wesley J. Smith

Prince­ton bio-ethi­cist Peter Singer’s views com­pared to those of social philoso­phers behind Third Reich’s “T‑4” euthana­sia pro­gram.

FTR #117 Interview with Wesley J. Smith

Med­ical ethics in U.S. com­pared to Nazi Ger­many, in which the physician’s pri­ma­ry respon­si­bil­i­ty was seen as to soci­ety, rather than to the patient.