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Flat White

Children and dementia patients next for ACT euthanasia laws

30 June 2023

4:00 AM

30 June 2023

4:00 AM

It is no wonder the ACT government wants to take over the Catholic-run Calvary Hospital.

Faithful Catholics are one of the last lines of resistance to the culture of death creeping through Australian politics.

It became clearer today why these pesky pro-life hold-outs must be expunged from the health system.

News broke that the radical Labor-Greens administration that rules Canberra is pushing for children and dementia patients to be eligible to be killed by euthanasia.

Yes, it’s true.

Proponents of euthanasia always bristled when pro-life advocates said it was a slippery slope.

But in the ACT, they apply the grease.

Alarm bells should ring because, in this leftist-libertarian-right utopia,...

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