Friday, September 19, 2008

No no, after you

Elderly Peers who have significantly contributed to the re-engineering of British society into a vast death camp in which cold materialist utilitarianism has replaced Christian mercy and charity as the guiding principle of society, have a duty to be the first to volunteer for the disintegration chamber.

Elderly people suffering from dementia should consider ending their lives because they are a burden on the NHS and their families, according to the influential medical ethics expert Baroness Warnock.


M. Alexander said...

Reminds me of a bumper sticker I once saw (or seen if you are in the South), "Save the plant. Kill yourself."

To which I thought- okay but you first.

Anonymous said...

Surely if you're suffering from dementia, you can't think straight and therefore can't give an informed consent

I suspect the Rt Hon Baroness is leading up to the grieving relatives being able to give consent on the aged person's behalf

(and, if you don't have any rellies to do this humane deed, the State will kindly give its consent on your behalf)