August 25, 2014

Auschwitz 2.0

Euthanasia might be needed for poor people who cannot access palliative care, the new Health Minister of the happy communist-free, democratic state of Lithuania has suggested

Health Minister Rimantė Šalaševičiūtė, sworn earlier in July has told local media that Lithuania was not a welfare state with palliative care available for all and that euthanasia might be an option for people who did not want to torment relatives with the spectacle of their suffering.
The minister has also raised the idea of euthanasia for children. She noted that this option had been approved for Belgian children after a long public debate. It was an option which might be appropriate in Lithuania as well after public debate (via).

...Maybe are you now starting to figure out what communist USSR's dismantlement was all about?

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