Canadian gov’t releases children’s coloring book about assisted suicide

By Jonathon Van Maren

Around the world, Canada is increasingly becoming known for one thing: the coldblooded brutality of our euthanasia regime. From impoverished people opting for suicide because they can’t find a home and the disabled asking for lethal injections due to lack of support to veterans being actively offered MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) when they request services, Canada’s stories have made front pages across the globe.

In response, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has put a (temporary) delay on expanding assisted suicide to those with mental illness, and has begun lying about some of these stories to blunt the damage, with the Veteran Minister of Affairs claiming that veterans had not been offered MAiD despite the fact that this fact is a matter of public record.

 

But it gets more ghoulish still. Health Canada and Veterans Affairs are two of the federal government partners in the release of a new coloring and activity book for children – on assisted suicide in Canada. 

 

The target audience is children aged between 6 and 12. The booklet is titled “Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) Activity Book” and the cover reads: “Welcome! These activities will help you think about Medical Assistance in Dying by someone in your life.” The intent of the book is to normalize suicide for children and to justify the killing of parents, grandparents, and loved ones by Canada’s euthanasia regime to those left behind.

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