Tag Archives: “The Slippery Slope”

“An Unholy Trinity”

The Trinity is a sacred alliance that stands up for good over evil.   The end of a life should be the celebration of all that has been good in a person’s lifetime.   There are positive things to draw out of … Continue reading

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“Is this Pain Management ?”

There are a great many elderly Americans who move to Florida to retire.  Private health care is big business over there.   Small clinics are springing up all over the place – for back pain, for arthritis, for rehabilitation and for cancer … Continue reading

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“The ‘Benefits’ of Assisted Suicide”

Much has been written about relaxing the law on euthanasia since the publication of Lord Falconer’s report proposing a change of the law on assisted suicide. The report advocates allowing assisted suicide of terminally ill people, obviously with their considered consent … Continue reading

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“Dignified Death”

Within days of writing a sceptical piece on Euthanasia (see “Dying to Meet You” dated 5th January), I read a thought-provoking article in the Daily Mail on the 8th December written by Geraldine McClelland and published after her assisted suicide at … Continue reading

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“Dying to meet you”

I have written several times about my apprehension with regard to the growing pressure in this country to ease the rules on assisted suicide.  (See earlier posts by clicking on “The Slippery Slope” in the Tag Cloud). Much is made … Continue reading

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“Dangerous Road” 2

A couple of months ago on the 20th June 2011, I wrote about assisting early death and the apparently more liberal attitudes to euthanasia in Holland, albeit with some safeguards. A graphic illustration of the issues is shown in a recently … Continue reading

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