5th-gen semantic war
August 14th is the feast of Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe , who gave his life in exchange for the one of a Jew, and died of a Nazi lethal injection after supernaturally surviving the other nine prisoners sentenced to death by dehydration and starving, locked up without any food or water. Because of that, he could be patron saint of the euthanized, especially, by lethal injections (e.g. COVID ), or by dehydration and starving.
In Kolbe’s time, he had to fight the masons. It’s no surprise that the same Satan-worshipers and enemies of the Church try to impose euthanasia, abortion and lethal haccines (mischievously called vaccines).
According to the dictionary, “euthanasia” comes from the 17th century (in the sense ‘easy death’): from Greek, from eu ‘well’ + thanatos ‘death’: “the act of killing someone who is very ill or very old so that they do not suffer any more (mercy killing)”.
The real definition of a good death shouldn't include murder, but access to palliative care and the right to be accompanied by family and friends, and to be visited by a Priest for last sacraments.
That’s why, instead of euthanasia, pro-lifers should talk about “pushed suicide” (likewise, instead of IVF, it’s better “artificial insemination and human littering”).
We are in a semantic war. The Devil is smart: in the new definitions, he mixes good with evil, so that the people who defend the good, also accept the bad.
An example? the so-called therapeutic abortion (therapy is meant to cure, not to murder). In the case of ectopic pregnancy (increasingly common, thanks to contraceptives), nobody is against trying to save both lives, even if the unborn baby would die when attempting the re-implant. That case is not a procured abortion. Adding in the definition of abortion the exception of a life threat to the mother is a trap, because in that case it is not a deliberate abortion. Only a willful abortion always condemned, unlike the unwanted abortion as a result of an act of double effect.
Likewise, people call "death with dignity", the result of turning off the ventilator, without knowing that it’s morally acceptable to disconnect the artificial means to sustain life in case of "therapeutic obstinacy”, for example, when the patient chooses a natural end of life, when there’s no sense in extending it artificially.
Such was the case of John Paul II, who, a month after a surgery to insert a breathing tube, had to make a tremendous effort with very difficult swallowing, to tell the doctors his final words: “Let me go to the house of the Father.” He had a high fever 39.4 C (103 F) due to septic shock with cardio-circulatory collapse. He could be the patron saint of those suffering therapeutic cruelty.
On the contrary, cutting off food and hydration is murder under torture, no different than starving and thirsting a prisoner deprived of food and water.
Believing in brain death proves a dead brain?
There is another lethal semantic trap: the definition of “brain death” to promote organ transplants and early murder of the elderly. Now, the medical system defines dead, those are actually alive, to harvest their organs while being dissected alive. That’s why they need anesthesia to stop the body from kicking the butcher, an executioner in white uniform. Young people, who could auto-recover, are being murdered for their organs.
The concept of "brain death" means untraceable electrical activity with insensitive instruments, even if the patient breathes and the heart beats on its own (without mechanical assistance). The catch is that unassisted breathing or cardiac activity indicates deep brain activity! Some brain dead have self-recovered without any treatment, when the helicopter was already on the ground to harvest them.
Another problem is the waiting period to define death: before it was several hours after no vital signs, now they are declared dead, even if the body is still as warm as the living.
This redefinition of death makes it possible to euthanize/murder live patients, because they are presumed organ donors. Many donor presumption laws, request a prior objection to the registration of the organ.
War on elders
Don Feder, Communications Director of the Ruth Institute, once said: "Euthanasia is the other side of the coin of abortion. As there is less young population to support the elderly with pensions, they want to eliminate the old."
The ideology that "there are too many elderly” (instead of “we need more babies”), shows a genocidal attitude, which became patent with:
lockdowns, especially for nursing homes
denying them effective and safe early treatments proven since Feb 2020
lethal protocols for nursing homes (midazolam)
lethal protocols in hospitals (ventilators, Remdesivir)
injecting them with extremely dangerous experimental vaccines, which achieved excessive deaths of 20%, mainly due to myocarditis, thrombosis and turbo-cancer.
War on everybody
Mother Teresa of Calcutta said that legal abortion teaches that you can even murder to get what you want. The same goes for legalized euthanasia. Countries that implemented the law have reached the extreme of murdering depressed children, instead of curing depression or changing their social situation (usually caused by an abusive family environment).
As with abortion, death is the easy way out of not wanting to solve the people’s problems. In Canada, a disabled woman asked the government for a wheelchair: they replied that she’d better consider euthanasia. The message was clear: if you are disabled, your government prefers you dead! Doctor-turned disabled patients are nudged to be euthanized.
Euthanasia teaches that the life of those discarded by the system is worthless. Only economically useful life is worthy. Is that the society we want? Instead of "leave no one behind" should we just tread on anyone in the way?
It’s the economy! Those who suffer a terminal disease should be entitled to palliative care that with anesthetics reduces or eliminates pain. That right should not be denied and assisted suicide should not be recommended to save anesthesia! In countries with legal euthanasia, health insurance and hospital managers pressure for the death of the elderly to reduce expenses.
Likewise, the heirs, supposedly carrying out the patient’s “living will”, push euthanasia to speed-up the inheritance process. In the modern world of fast food, fast delivery, fast marriage and faster divorce, efficiency requires fast death, fast burial and no mourning.
All life has value, regardless of whether it is “useless” or useful, or whether it has a certain probability of suffering or enjoying. Pain is part of the human condition. The probability of suffering in life is 100%. Every new day we are one day closer to the day of our death. That doesn’t mean that life is not worth living!
In all cultures, suicide is considered a loss, a failure of society that must be prevented and avoided. It’s unconscionable a law that promotes suicide, and on top of that, assisted. Ethically, euthanasia is no different than pushing someone off a cliff.
Like abortion, in countries where it was established as a right, doctors are forced to murder their patients, without respecting conscientious objection, if there were no other executioner available.
It is hypocritical that Congress sanctions the assisted murder of the vulnerable, but those legislators could not press the button on the killing machine, and they try to get the patient to press it, without providing solutions to their problem, driven to despair by those wanting more dollars.
No pain, no gain
Near-death experiences prove the existence of an immortal soul (source of consciousness, which is immaterial): the deaf from birth hear and the blind from birth see in color, while being clinically dead! Proven the soul, proven its Creator. We didn’t create the soul. Only the author has AUTHORity. We have not right to cut it off.
Note: it’s important to remember that the soul listens in spite of a non-working brain (coma, Alzheimer, severe disability, etc.). There’s no such thing as a human “vegetable”!
Pain seems something useless to be avoided at all costs, even suicide. Yet, suffering helps others to learn to love and care for the patient, while the suffering learns to be loved even without being able to repay it.
Christians believe that suffering has a saving power, if we add it to the voluntary Passion of Jesus Christ. Our pain added to the Cross returns in blessings for all.
The Word of God teaches that caring for those who can’t take care of themselves is a source of blessing for that person, the carers and the community. St. Lawrence martyr proved that the real treasures of the Church are the poor and most vulnerable: the more the suffering, the more the graces for all.
To be really prolife, we must protect life from conception, all the way to natural death.
Let's not fall into the trap of using their wrong definition of euthanasia.
It may be ethical to disconnect the lungs of a terminally ill person without the possibility of natural survival, but never starve and thirst him by cutting off hydration and food.
"Good death" is the natural one, with palliative care so as not to suffer, letting family members and priest pass.
The rest, is murder of the vulnerable or a push to the suicide.
Just like what they did with abortion now, they want it to be a right for an executioner to execute you, either by your will or that of your heirs or that of the medical panel, always with the taxes of others.
This euthanasia is the opposite of freedom: you are a thing available to others (definition of slave).
The exterminating World Government needs the legalization of assisted suicide to:
a) Reduce the population: for them the depressed, sick and elderly are "useless eaters".
Then they go on to euthanize you against your will to save hospital expenses, or to anticipate inheritance, as already happens in "advanced" countries.
b) Harvest even more organs from people they kill with the false definition of death (brain death despite natural heart-beating and breathing). That is why they promote presumed organ-donor laws (i.e. presumed live dissection).
c) Get away with murder in case of failed transhumanist experiments, and later, to be able to legally kill you if you ask for your e-person to be uploaded to the Internet (a hoax to kill you thinking that you will be eternal on earth).
Mercy killing is merciless. There’s no compassion in killing, just selfishness to avoid caring for the dying. Instead of euthanasia laws veiling torture and murder, we need real dignified death:
a true scientific definition of death
the right to free organ donation (not presumed-donation)
the right to food and hydration
the right to reject therapeutic obstinacy
the right to body-autonomy to accept or reject treatments (including injections)
the right to palliative care
the right to religious freedom (including wearing scapulars and medals in hospitals)
the right to religious support
the right to die with company
the right to proper burial (human bodies reserve the respect of being “temple of the Holy Spirit” and will be raised at the end of the world)
Both from the natural and supernatural points of view, the legalization of murder is a curse for the entire society that tolerates it. The culture of death only brings death... more death to all. The COVID response proved it. And this is next:
Please pray a Hail-Mary for the triumph of her Immaculate Heart and the culture of life.