Canada is going to allow assisted suicide for healthy people with mental illness beginning in 2023
· · Nov 14, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Are you a bit depressed?

Anxious?

Feeling a tad out of sorts?

The Canadian government is here to help!

Changes are being made to Medical Assitance in Dying (MAID) which will expand eligibility criteria to eliminate the "reasonable foreseeability of natural death" criterion. This means that it will no longer be required for a person's death to be reasonably foreseeable to receive MAID services.The government of Canada's website says that those whose only medical condition is a mental illness will not be eligible for MAID until March 2023, meaning that it will be fully available for those with just a mental condition after that date.

All you have to do is be 18 years old, make a request, feel like you can't go on, prove that your "capacity" to live is diminished, and sign a few forms.

Then your loving and kind government will snuff the life out of you.

"This includes conditions that are primarily within the domain of psychiatry, such as depression and personality disorders." It does not include neurocognitive and neurodevelopmental disorders, or other conditions that may affect cognitive abilities.

This means that they won't be killing the mentally handicapped.


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