by Wesley J. Smith, National Review
I keep saying that humanism has metastasized into anti-humanism.
Case in point, the notorious euthanasia death doctor William Distelmans —an oncologist — killed the healthy but depressed Godelieva De Troyer because she wanted to die. The first her son Tom Mortier heard of the deadly endeavor was when the hospital called and curtly told him to pick up her body.
One would think that even euthanasia supporters would oppose death doctors killing patients with conditions outside their medical specialties.
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