by Bob Unruh, WND
In a court decision reminiscent of the ruling a decade ago that ordered doctors to stop providing food and water to Terri Schiavo, the European Court of Human Rights now also has “reintroduced into the European legality” the option to euthanize a disabled person.
Euthansia already was used during the Nazi regime in Germany, for which offenders were convicted at Nuremberg.
The European Center for Law and Justice says it was “precisely against this ideology that the European Convention on Human Rights was proclaimed in 1950.”
Now, the European Court of Human Rights has approved the policy of imposing euthanasia on patients who cannot agree.
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