Canadian ‘Jack Kevorkian’ Continues Ending Life: ‘I Love My Job’

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James Lasher

Canada is undoubtedly a post-Christian nation, one where death for the citizenry is both actively promoted and on the rise.

In this country, there are a whole host of factors that can get one “approved” for MAID (medical assistance in dying), and as people continue to devalue life, more and more are signing up for it.

Some of the approved reasons now include homelessness, poverty, disabilities and mental illness (with other medical conditions). But soon, the idea of any mental illness as a reason for approval will go before the Canadian government and be put into effect.

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According to the Canadian government:

You do not need to have a fatal or terminal condition to be eligible for medical assistance in dying. If your only medical condition is a mental illness, you are not eligible for medical assistance in dying until March 17, 2027. If you have a mental illness along with other medical conditions, you may be eligible for medical assistance in dying. Eligibility is always assessed on an individual basis and takes all relevant circumstances into account. However, you must meet all the criteria to be eligible.

But this time period hasn’t stopped Canadian abortionist and MAID doctor Ellen Wiebe from bringing death upon hundreds of patients.

In a recent interview with the BBC, Wiebe revealed that she has been involved with “over 400” deaths in MAID alone. Because she is still running her abortion practice, the actual total is much higher. These numbers far surpass the suspected number of victims from infamous pathologist and euthanasia proponent Jack Kevorkian of around 130.

Wiebe is the same doctor who almost got in trouble five years ago for sneaking into the Louis Brier Home and Hospital to kill a patient at his and his family’s request after they had been denied MAID.

Wiebe was then cleared of any wrongdoing by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia.

“I have certainly met people who are no more disabled than I am saying life is not acceptable in this state … I love my job … This is the very best work I’ve done in the last seven years,” reveals Wiebe.

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In a recent interview on the horrors of MAID and the deception pushing this movement as a “compassionate” medical procedure, Dr. Jordan Peterson discussed the similarities behind the verbiage used for MAID and that used by the Nazis in the 1930s and ’40s when speaking with Kelsi Sheren about exterminating the “undesirables” of society.

“You know, the Nazi euthanasia program started with ‘compassion and care,'” shares Peterson. “… people too distressed to live.”

This is the agenda Wiebe and many like her are trying to push: that the murders they commit are done in the name of compassion and that they are helping society, but instead, they worship death and are able to make money doing so.

Humanity is made in the image of God, and God is the God of life, not death. Jesus overcame sin and death so that we may have life abundantly. Sin, not God, brought death into the world, and many are now being deceived into thinking that death is the way to go.

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James Lasher is staff writer for Charisma Media.

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