Quebec doctor advocates euthanizing some severely ill infants (and other stories)

A roundup of news and commentary from around the interwebs.


Here’s yet another comprehensive debunking of more claims that “transitioning” kids has positive results. These lies are poisonous, with poisonous results.


Bari Weiss’s Common Sense Substack has published a comprehensive look at Canada’s euthanasia regime through the lens of a mother desperate to save her son who got approved to die by lethal injection. Again, Canada is turning into an international pariah.


It is likely going to get worse. From the National Post:

The Quebec College of Physicians is being slammed by advocacy groups for suggesting that it be legal to euthanize severely ill newborns. Dr. Louis Roy, from the Quebec College of Physicians, told the Commons’ Special Joint Committee of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) on Friday that his organization believes MAID can be appropriate for infants up to age one who are born with “severe malformations” and “grave and severe syndromes” for which their “prospective of survival is null, so to speak.”

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In a statement to the National Post, Inclusion Canada said it was “alarmed” by Roy’s recommendation that Canada “legalize euthanasia for infants with disabilities under the age of one.”

“Most families of children born with disabilities are told from the start that their child will, in one way or another, not have a good quality of life,” said Krista Carr, Inclusion Canada’s executive vice president. “Canada cannot begin killing babies when doctors predict there is no hope for them. Predictions are far too often based on discriminatory assumptions about life with a disability.”

Some Canadian doctors are advocating for the legalization of killing some children, based on their view that these children have lives not worth living. The slippery slope is slick with blood.


This, by the way, is the sort of thing you’ll find in Ontario high schools:

Yeah. Don’t send your kids there.


This, from the excellent Plough magazine, is an important read: “Divorce Wrecks Children’s Lives Too.”


Jon Stewart joined the gender wars—on the transgender side, obviously. I was going to write a rebuttal, but Matt Walsh does a predictably good job here.


Important news from Alliance Defending Freedom: “Europe’s top human rights court rules Belgium violated right to life in euthanasia case.”


This is a very important report from The Daily Wire: “Pro-Trans Group Behind Virginia School Walkout Plans To ‘Rehome’ Gay Kids Who Hate Their Parents.”


This is how you answer questions about abortion:


More soon.


One thought on “Quebec doctor advocates euthanizing some severely ill infants (and other stories)

  1. Navi says:

    I’m impressed with Kari Lake and hope she wins. But her response, that women should be given alternatives when they walk into an abortion clinic, isn’t exactly a pro-life one. It implies that at least some abortion clinics exist and that operating one shouldn’t get you a one-way ticket to prison so long as women are given adequate information about other options and their baby’s development. Such talking points made sense during the Obama era, when unelected judges suppressed pro-life voters and only the mildest limits on abortion had any chance of becoming law. And to be fair, abortionists surely are lying to women. When they’ll shamelessly lie to the public about heartbeats, one can only imagine what they lie about privately to a poor woman in their clinic. But in 2022, elected officials in most states either have the ability to make abortion illegal or have already done so (including in Arizona, though its laws are being litigated in state courts). I understand that candidates don’t need to swing at every pitch, and it’s important to both call out the extremism of the abortion candidate as well as humiliate the media as the enemies of the American people that they are. But it seems that Lake is trying to simultaneously take a pro-life position and a moderate pro-choice one. As I said before however, I won’t have any complaints if she wins.

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