Will euthanasia be legislated in most countries of the world in the future?

Will euthanasia be legislated in most countries of the world in the future?

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answers (3)

Answer 1
December, 2020

It's difficult to make any predictions here, let's go from the other side.

Why is euthanasia where it is? Because as well-being and stability grows, the value of the quality of human life, life for oneself, and not life for the state, increases. Life ceases to be a resource and becomes a blessing. In addition, trust in state institutions grows, confidence that they can be trusted to make decisions of such complexity. After all, what decision is taken in each individual case of euthanasia? This is not a decision on the right to die, as many think. Everyone has the right to die. This is a decision that society is obliged to help this particular person in death. That the life of this person can no longer be considered good for him and death is the only way to end his suffering. This is not an easy decision that cannot be put on stream.

So, if the welfare of most countries in the world grows, if the standard of living in them and the level of trust in state institutions grows, then one should expect a certain level of this growth, that the question of the introduction of euthanasia will be resolved positively in these countries. I would like to think that it will be so, but so far the prospect looks too rosy and unrealistic.

Answer 2
December, 2020

It depends on what perspective, in the next hundred years, nothing will change much, Europe will introduce, but this is 1/20 of the world's population. And if you look long-term until the time when the rate of aging becomes less than the rate of life extension, that is, when a person can live almost forever and decide for himself when to die, then this will become a natural right.

Answer 3
December, 2020

The point is not whether there will be euthanasia in the future or not. The fact is that euthanasia must be already here and now ! The absence of the institution of euthanasia puts a complete cross on the right of society to be called civilized, and the individual - humane! In other words, a society that opposes euthanasia automatically receives the status of wild and inhumane, since the absence of a "blow of mercy" is an act of ordinary sadism , which is necessarily covered by "unctuous" (hypocritical) goodwill.

In a civilized and humane society, every citizen should receive the right to euthanasia from the moment of confirmation of his biological and legal capacity. Upon receipt of a passport, a citizen should automatically receive the constitutionally enshrined right to euthanasia upon his first voluntary written application to a specialized medical institution!

Coercion into life and the suffering that goes with life is definitely an act of violence . Not all individuals agree with the initiation of their birth and subsequent painful existence - and a humane and developed society is obliged to give the individual the right to "exit".

All kinds of "horror stories" of all sorts of engaged (usually political and religious) personalities about the dangers of the institution of euthanasia have no rationale or reasoning behind them. Full-time appearance of an individual at a medical center for euthanasia and his written statement, certified by a notary and a psychologist, exclude involuntary decision-making. And mandatory preliminary monthly testing and interviews of an individual with colleges of medical specialists and colleges of elected jury-witnesses - completely exclude the unlawful bringing of an individual to involuntary euthanasia (his contract murder). Openness and transparency of the institution of euthanasia exclude any malicious intent in this civilized act of mercy.

Resistance to euthanasia at the state level is associated with only one aspect: rampant the demand for euthanasia by controlled citizens will sharply highlight the stupidity, incompetence and cruelty of the ineffective ruling elite. All responsibility for the widespread demand for euthanasia will automatically put the elite in the rank of "cannibals" and "world eaters", whose leadership has brought citizens to deliberate suicide.

In the countries of the "Third World", including Russia, it is practically impossible to introduce euthanasia at the legislative level, since the general appeal of citizens for this service ("peaceful lulling") will sharply highlight and delegitimize vicious and destructive methods of government the ruling elite. If a country is included in the rating of countries with a high rate of euthanasia among the population, it will automatically bring the vicious elite under the article "crime against humanity" with all the consequences for the elite ...

Rule: Euthanasia - always showinga person of a high level of civilization and humanity of a society (state) in which the rights and freedoms of the individual are fully realized, and especially the individual's right to a high human standard of living. Legally accepted euthanasia always legitimizes the ruling elites and indicates their high managerial efficiency and real nationality: constructiveness for their own nation.

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