Can death camps be far behind?

Can death camps be far behind?

When they legalized euthanasia in the Netherlands, they said it was only for those who specifically requested it. Then they started killing those who couldn’t ask for it themselves, calling it “mercy killing”. After sometime they proposed lowering the age of euthanasia to 12 years old or even younger. It was only a matter time before euthanasia and abortion met at a demonic crossroads.

A hospital in the Netherlands has not only proposed guidelines for killing newborns, it has begun doing so and reporting it the government. See, in the Netherlands, you start by breaking the law and then ask the government to change the law.

In August, the main Dutch doctors’ association KNMG urged the Health Ministry to create an independent board to review euthanasia cases for terminally ill people “with no free will,” including children, the severely mentally retarded, and people left in an irreversible coma after an accident.

Thus the elites will be given free rein to decide the fates of the unwanted, the defectives, those who are burdens on society. Who’s next? The homeless? Gypsies? The overpopulating underclass? We can all see where this is headed?

Remember the C.S. Lewis novel “That Hideous Strength” and the sinister organization called N.I.C.E. (the National Institute of Coordinated Experiments)? They were villainous materialists who used the totalitarian rule of law for force opponents into submission and to strip them of their human rights. Doesn’t sound so far-fetched anymore.

Anyone want to take bets on when the first death camp will open?

  • I would say Dom that the death camps are already here he Archdiocese of Boston.

    Notice how the blame for everything always falls with the bishops. Granted, our bishops have had their serious failings, but what about our own failings? How many parents actively encourage their sons to consider a vocation to the priesthood? When was the last time a majority of parishioners in any parish gave anything even close to a tithe to their parish or diocese?


    2004-12-01 10:03:42
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    2004-12-01 12:05:09
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    The article says

    Corpus Christi does not have adequate space to accommodate more children in its religious education program, and Our Lady Help of Christians may soon need to install closed circuit televisions and an enhanced sound system if all people are to see and hear the liturgy.     Reconfiguration has failed in Newton…

    Can anyone confirm that this is true (regarding the lack of space in the combined parishes)?  Not that it would make the vigil right, but it’d be interesting to note if that were really the case.

  • First, the “friends” of St, Bernard’s does not represent all of the people of the parish, but only the few who remain recusant.

    Second, you don’t have to move everyone from St. Bernard’s into just Corpus Christi and OLHC. There are 5 other parishes in Newton and several more in nearby towns. Plenty of room for everybody.

    Third, the atmosphere at OLHC is probably very “attractive” to the liberals of St. Bernard’s (which is why they’ve gone to OLHC) and so many have moved over there that the remainder will fit very easily into the rest of the parishes.

    Finally, since when is a full church a bad thing?