Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Book release: Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.

Order copies of Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.

The book – Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide by Alex Schadenberg is available for orders.

Exposing Vulnerable People uncovers data from journal articles and studies concerning the practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide in Belgium and the Netherlands. 

Exposing Vulnerable People examines the data concerning: euthanasia deaths without request, unreported euthanasia deaths, and the experience of nurses with euthanasia in Belgium. The book also examines the most recent statistics concerning the practice of euthanasia in the Netherlands.

Exposing Vulnerable People exposes how vulnerable patient groups are dying by euthanasia without request and it proves that these deaths go undetected because the doctors are not reporting the deaths as a euthanasia death.

Alex Schadenberg
Exposing Vulnerable People also exposes how Justice Smith, in the Carter case in British Columbia, the Royal Society of Canada End-of-Life Decision Making report, and the Quebec Commission on Dying with Dignity avoided the truth in order to establish false and dangerous recommendations for the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada.

These false and misleading reports are being used in other jurisdiction to support the legalization of Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.

Order - Exposing Vulnerable People from the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition for: $20 for one book, $50 for 3 books, $100 for 8 books, or $200 for 20 books. (prices include the cost of shipping) 

Order Exposing Vulnerable People by calling the office at: 1-877-439-3348 or email: info@epcc.ca. You can pay for the book online at: LINK.

The digital version is now available. Order it by email at: info@epcc.ca and then pay online at: LINK.

Nancy Elliott
Nancy Elliott, the former three term representative of the New Hampshire legislature and a member of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition - International leadership team stated:
"Alex Schadenberg's book "Exposing Vulnerable People" is a powerful tool. The way he takes dry statistics and weaves them into the chilling realities that they are, is exceptional. His technique of reinforcing the statistics gives the reader a real working knowledge of the facts by the time he had finished this book. Definitely worth reading."
André Bourque
Dr. André Bourque, (RIP) the founding President of Vivre dans la Dignité (Living with Dignity) in Quebec stated:
The Quebec Commission on Dying with Dignity has in its 2012 report recommended the introduction of euthanasia, while stating that they had reviewed the literature on the euthanasia experience in Belgium and Holland, and could not find any clear evidence of abuses or of any drift. Alex Schadenberg sets the record straight on what they should have read or may have purposefully ignored.”
Paul Russell, the founder of HOPE Australia, stated:
Alex Schadenberg has done the debate on euthanasia & assisted suicide a great service in this comprehensive work. His thorough-going analysis of the available studies concerning the Netherlands and Belgium  demand a response from those who support euthanasia & assisted suicide. This work supports empirically the observation that no legislation can ever protect all citizens from the possibility of abuse. For legislators and commentators alike, this is a must read.”
 Michael van der Mast, Cry for life, the Netherlands stated:
My friend was diagnosed with pancreas cancer in 2011. When the time came he had to face the inevitable news that further medical treatment was meaningless, he was cared for by his wife surrounded by his family. In that time he had to turn down three independent euthanasia suggestions by his attending physicians. The suggestions were against our liberal euthanasia laws. It proves our societies are indeed on "a slippery slope" as argumented in this study; it’s high time to wake up, we may already have passed the point of no return.
Schadenberg conclusive remark therefore should be taken seriously.
Dr. Kevin Fitzpatrick
Director of EPC - Europe
Kevin Fitzpatrick, the director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition - Europe and a leader of Not Dead Yet UK stated:
"Using already existing studies, Schadenberg has uncovered the shocking truth about euthanasia in Belgium, the lives lost and the deep threat to others. His work demonstrates unequivocally that we must never follow this Belgian pathway to the easy killing of people whose lives are not valued by those who do the killing."
Since being published, Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide has received orders from across the world.

Order copies of Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide.


Aura Lea said...

It is such a lie for euthanasia supporters to claim to act out of concern and respect for patients. We do not destroy what we respect. Furthermore, to claim, under the guise of compassion, that patients in incapacitated conditions "lose their dignity" is cruel and insulting. We must not confuse the indignities of the condition with the dignity of the person.


Loader said...

This is wrong to allow Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. What next assisted murder, as long as we prove that person deserves to be murdered?????? Who is going to play God here?????

Winston said...

Prevent terminally-ill suicide bombers - legalise assisted dying.

Alex Schadenberg said...

Winston, your comments are not appreciated. I think you have serious issues.

Winston said...

All I'm saying is that suicide bombing is more humane than many of the "natural" deaths that occur in hospices as nurses and volunteers experiment to find the appropriate analgesic cocktail, and inevitably resort to terminal sedation if their efforts fail.

Alex Schadenberg said...

Dear Winston:

How can you even compare suicide bombing to terminal sedation or palliative care.

Clearly you have issues.

Winston said...

Because suicide bombing is far less painful than many "natural" deaths. Al-Qaeda has already shown that they have more compassion than you.

Moreover, there is no requirement that suicide bombing take place in crowded areas. One could do it in the middle of the desert, harming no-one else.

Anonymous said...

You are trying to prove a point in favour of assisted suicide? You are not making sense. You are saying that suicide bombers are more compassionate than people who do not support assisted suicide. Because if a person is suffering it is compassionate to end their life. Is that right? If you can manage to respond with respect and clarity i should like to hear you out. So far the impression you leave is of a hateful person who seems as though they would enjoy killing vulnerable people.