(LifeSiteNews) — On this week’s episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon interviews Alex Schadenberg, executive director and international chair of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, on Canada’s disastrous assisted suicide regime.
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Schadenberg said the language of the Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) law, adopted by the Canadian government in March 2021 through Bill C-7, is intentionally imprecise.
“Any other time in history we would have recognized that having a culture where somebody or one group of people in law have the right to kill another group of people, even upon request, was an idea that could go wrong,” he said. “Nonetheless, with the law we did pass, was passed to expand and to accomplish what it’s actually doing. Meaning that from the very beginning, the language it used was imprecise.”
“And on top of it, it stated that … for a doctor they didn’t have to be concerned about a decision that might be controversial because it said the doctor only had to be ‘of the opinion’ that their decision for the criteria of the law, or the person fit the criteria of the law,” Schadenberg added.
This week’s episode features a deep discussion on the ins and outs of MAiD, so be sure to listen below:
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