May 24, 2016
We came home from a three day trip to discover that our dogs could not eat their food because they were not given any water in or out of the dry dog food. The oldest of the three dogs was panting, fighting for breath , could not move his hind legs, could not stand when pulled up to his feet . His eyes showed extreme shock. All the dogs have recovered simply by giving them water. Now I know a little bit of what it’s like dying of thirst.
On CBC on a phone in call a lady phoned from Prince George B.C. She said “ I SUPPORT GIVING PEOPLE AN EJECTION BECAUSE IT TOOK SO LONG FOR MY MOTHER TO DIE AFTER THEY TOOK AWAY HER FOOD AND WATER.”
Wait a minute. Who gave a hospital in Surrey , B. C. the authority to remove food and water from a patient for the purpose of killing the patient. It took a long time for her mother to die. That means they were not removing food and water from a dead or even soon to die person. They bluntly , intentionally murdered this woman.
A medical student came home and told her mother, a doctor that her supervisor wrote on a chart, no food and water, turned to the class and said “ in a week she will be gone.” A week is as long as it takes a healthy person to die after being deprived of basic survival needs. That happened ten years ago. What authority did this man have ten years ago to murder a patient? And to teach medical students to do the same?
Not surprisingly the Catholic Hospital in Surrey, B.C. was recently closed. The Constitution and Natural Law details freedom of Religion. What about our right to practice our Christian Catholic Faith ? When people want to murder they cannot stand anyone whose actions affirm that there is a right and wrong and murder is wrong. Coercion is always part of the dehumanisation process.
Saskatchewan is not exempt from the extended murder rage. A local teacher told us in our living room with other guests that her mother was at St. Brieux Nursing Home but her brother moved her to Watson Nursing Home. At St. Brieux they lifted her with their hands. At Watson they used a hoist. The care was inferior in Watson so she had to have her mother put down. The care was not as good in Watson as in St. Brieux according to her daughter so the mother was murdered by the approval of her daughter. When did being moved by a piece of nursing home equipment become a justification for capital punishment to the patient?
Many times we have heard of patients who had to be removed from one nursing
home to a Catholic home because the staff decided it was time to starve the resident. And what will happen if Catholic Nursing Homes will be deprived of medicare funds?
For at least twenty years doctors, nurses and nursing home staff have been murdering patients. All of these are legally and morally homicide. There must be a massive investigation into the extent of these practices. It is not enough to pass a law that puts the law in line with practice. The practice must be put in line with the law. The difference is barbarism or civilisation. Gay