Tuesday, December 6, 2022

The death industry is really about money.

By Patricia Maloney

The death industry is really about money. Clearly it's cheaper to kill people than to give them health care, palliative care, home care, mental health care, etc. It's about saving money, and in some cases, it's even about making money.

For example, Dying with Dignity.

In 2021 they received $1,653,893 in donations (why would anyone donate to these people anyway?). They actually had $8,000,000 in the bank and they received $204,655 from the federal government in FY 2021. Why any company should receive grant money when they have this kind of money in the bank is beyond me.

But that wasn't enough. They also received two government grants from the Canada Summer jobs program for 2020 and 2021. To get this money, employers must:
"demonstrate that they are providing quality work experiences for youth that provide opportunities to develop and improve their skills." (emphasis added)

They have ten employees. Check out their salaries:

  • 1 person earns $1 to $39,999
  • 5 people earn $40,000 to $79,999 
  • 3 people earn $80,000 to $119,999 
  • and the winner is...the one person who earns $160,000 to $199,999.

 Charity Intelligence who rates charities for donors (and not for the charities) gives DWD a 1 star rating (out of 5 stars). For each:

"dollar donated, after overhead costs of fundraising and admin/management (excluding surplus) 36 cents are available for programs."
That's a lot of overhead.

As Canada kills more and more of their undesirable people, I predict we will see this company do better and better financially.

Check out the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition's terrifying information on Canada's MAID regime.

Patricia Maloney is a researcher who specializes in access to information requests.  

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