Study reveals: in the Netherlands people are “euthanised” without ever asking for it!

o-ASSISTED-SUICIDE-UK-RELIGION-facebookThe Netherlands have for many year been a real frontrunner in the culture of death, in particular due to the questionable “merit” of having been the first country to have legalized “euthanasia”. What critics warned against at the time is a gruesome reality today: “euthanasia” is increasingly used to get rid of people who have never asked for it. According to the Netherlands 2015 official euthanasia report there were 7254 assisted deaths in 2015, a figure that includes 431 terminations of life without request!

More detailed information is found on lifenews.com.

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At last only pro-aborts will pay for abortions…

abortion-procedures-de-levatino-forceps-naf-672x372-659x372In what must be one of the most ridiculous hypocrisies in recorded history, European feminists and their supporters in politics and media are now calling for donations for the world-wide abortion industry, to compensate it for the US administration’s decision to stop the funding of abortions.

The sinister initiative, which runs under the name of “She Decides” will hold a fundraising event in Brussels on 2 March. Continue reading

Dutch minister wants to compensate abortion-industry for loss of US funding

ploumen-wil-abortus-maatregel-trump-teniet-doenThis promise, if made real, could become very expensive for taxpayers in the Netherlands. The country’s minister for foreign aid, Lilianne Ploumen, has announced that her country wants to compensate abortionists world-wide for the pecuniary losses they are expected to suffer as a consequence of US President Donald Trump’s decision to unfund them. The total savings for US budget achieved through this measure are estimated to amount ca. 600 million US$ per year.  Continue reading

Dutch government proposes notorious perverter of human rights for appointment as ECtHR judge

rick-lawson-lrThe Governments of the Netherlands and Georgia have each submitted to the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) lists with three proposals for their respective ECtR Judges. The Government of Hungary is due to do the same in the coming days. Then it will be for PACE to pick one candidate from each of the lists.

While we will not comment on the qualities of the other contenders, we would note that one of the candidates proposed by the Dutch Government, Professor Rick Lawson of Leiden University, has an egregious record of contributing to the ideologically biased intentional misinterpretation of human rights. Continue reading