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Dec 04 2022

Canadian Vet Offered MAID in Place of Wheelchair Lift

If you serve the government, maybe it will take care of you. Then again, maybe it won’t — unless by “taking care” you mean offering to kill you after you are no longer useful.

Retired Canadian Army Corporal Christine Gauthier has been trying to get Veterans Affairs Canada to help her install a wheelchair lift in her home since 2017. A VAC caseworker suggested solving the problem through euthanasia:

After years of frustrating delays in getting the home lift, Gauthier says the caseworker told her: ‘Madam, if you are really so desperate, we can give you medical assistance in dying now.’

This isn’t the first time a Canadian vet has been offered suicide as a healthcare option. Whether they ever fought a foreign enemy comprising a more direct threat to Canadians than their own government is doubtful.

The scandal emerged a week after Canada’s veterans affairs minister confirmed that at least four other veterans were similarly offered access to Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) law in response to their troubles…

Gauthier was injured in an Army training accident in 1989, suffering permanent damage to her knees and her spine.

She has made the best of her situation, competing in paralympic games. However, some might decide that her life is not worth living.

Starting next year, those deemed to be suffering from mental illness will also qualify for MAID. No one that mentally ill would be competent to make such a decision. However, Canada has plenty of bureaucrats to nudge them in the correct direction — or just make the decision for them.

No word on whether Justin Trudeau considers opposition to his Covid tyranny to indicate mental illness.

There are already signs the system is failing some Canadians, with reports of people receiving approval for assisted suicides for diabetes or homelessness.

Assisted suicide solves all sorts of problems. Some would call it the Final Solution.

On a tip from Ed McAninch.


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  1. […] MAID (medical assistance in dying) policy is good for more than exterminating the mentally ill and quieting bothersome disabled veterans. It is also the Final Solution for […]


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