Is Canada proud of this?
· Jan 19, 2023 ·

Real quick, in case you have no idea what the screenshot above suggests, I'll give you a headline without the Orwellian acronym.

Yeah, so they're talking about pulling organs from assisted suicide patients and providing them to otherwise healthy people who need them.

Canada leads the world in this.

And it seems like they're proud of it.

I'll quote from that original article up there at the top:

A growing number of patients who request medical assistance in dying are asking to donate their organs for transplant, says an international review that found that Canada is performing the most organ transplants from MAID patients among the four countries studied that offer this practice…

Data collected for the paper shows that in Canada, Belgium, the Netherlands and Spain, combined, 286 assisted-death recipients provide lifesaving organs for transplant to 837 patients in the years up to and including 2021.

Doctors in Canada, where medical assistance in dying (MAID) was decriminalized in 2016, performed almost half of the world's organ transplants after MAID for that period (136), according to the publication.

Well, good for you, Canada.

At least you lead the world in something!

Seriously though, this is gross, and when I say they are proud of it, I'm not exaggerating.

Data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information confirms this new source of transplant organs accounted accounts for six per cent of all transplants from deceased donors in Canada in 2021. Some transplants, like those for kidneys and livers, can be done with patients who are alive.

"I was rather proud that Canada has done so well in terms of organ donation by MAID patients," said Arthur Schafer, director of the Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics at the University of Manitoba, in an interview with CTV News.

With more than 4,000 Canadians waiting for organ transplants, some of whom are dying, he says Canada's numbers show a strong move to turn death into a win-win.

"So I say, 'Good on us.' It's a wonderful opportunity for someone facing death to make something significant out of the end of their life," said Schafer.

"Good on us."

Dude really said, "good on us."

I just can't with these people.

Like, they don't even realize what they're doing on a societal level here.

Think about it, they're killing the unfit and then using their healthy organs to keep the desirables alive.

This is what free "healthcare" looks like, people!

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