False Flag Disability Groups
Posted on September 7, 2016
A 14 year Wisconsin old girl, who has never walked and is in constant pain, has chosen to refuse painful medical interventions and die in a hospice (with her parents’ permission). A gaggle of groups falsely claiming to represent disability rights has asked child welfare authorities to intervene.
These groups oppose direct suicide, oppose any decision by a child to refuse painful medical treatment to prolong a unsatisfactory existence, and also oppose allowing comatose individuals to die a natural death (which they falsely describe as “euthanasia.”)
In reality, therefore, they do not support anyone’s rights. Instead they oppose the rights of individuals to make choices for themselves, and the right of family members to make choices for terminally incapacitated individuals.
These groups claim to oppose euthanasia, but true euthanasia is already illegal almost everywhere. That is, it is not legal to actively put another individual to death. Rightly, however, by the 1989 Supreme Court decision in Cruzan v Missouri Department of Health (courtesy of the Missouri ACLU), no family can be compelled to artificially keep a permanently comatose family member alive.