Report: Canadian euthanasia deaths are about to surpass Covid deaths as the government doubles down on eliminating its citizens
· Dec 12, 2022 ·

Well, here's some more disturbing news from our neighbors to the north.

Canada, which has had some of the most draconian Covid measures and vaccination requirements in the world, is set to surpass its Covid deaths with assisted suicide provided by the government.

At the time of writing, fewer than 50,000 Canadians have succumbed to Covid. The number of euthanized individuals in Canada through 2021 was 31,000. If the increasing rate of MAID (Medical Assistance in Dying) continues, euthanasia deaths will surpass Covid deaths.

Last year, more than 10,000 people in Canada – astonishingly that's over three percent of all deaths there - ended their lives via euthanasia, an increase of a third on the previous year. And it's likely to keep rising: next year, Canada is set to allow people to die exclusively for mental health reasons.

Only last week, a jaw-dropping story emerged of how, five years into an infuriating battle to obtain a stairlift for her home, Canadian army veteran and Paralympian Christine Gauthier was offered an extraordinary alternative.

A Canadian official told her in 2019 that if her life was so difficult and she so 'desperate', the government would help her to kill herself. 'I have a letter saying that if you're so desperate, madam, we can offer you MAiD, medical assistance in dying,' the paraplegic ex-army corporal testified to Canadian MPs.

The other problem with Canada's system is that they are continually expanding who is eligible for euthanasia, which makes the number of those euthanized go exponentially higher.

Canada is also considering extending euthanasia to 'mature' minors — children under 18 who meet the same requirements as adults.

Doctors and human rights campaigners say Canada's easy-come, easy-go euthanasia laws are particularly dangerous for disabled people who are being 'devalued' as a result.

There's evidence that some disabled people are successfully asking to die merely because they can't afford their medical bills.

Professor Tim Stainton, director of the Canadian Institute for Inclusion and Citizenship at the University of British Columbia, described Canada's law as 'probably the biggest existential threat to disabled people since the Nazis' programme in Germany in the 1930s'.

Yep, disabled people are in just as much danger in today's Canada as they would have been in Nazi Germany.

Canada is quickly becoming a death cult.

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