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The Euthanasia Deception documentary

by | Aug 8, 2016

EuthanasiaDeceptionThe Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) in association with DunnMedia is pleased to announce that the International release of The Euthanasia Deception will be August 29, complete with interactive website and resource materials at vulnerablefilm.com.

The fifty-two minute documentary features powerful testimonies from Belgium and Canada, exposes the three main deceptions used by the assisted dying lobby:

· Euthanasia & assisted suicide are falsely promoted as a form of compassion or mercy.

· Euthanasia & assisted suicide are falsely promoted as a form of autonomy.

· The myth that safeguards can protect people is exposed.

The fact is, we are all vulnerable at different times in our lives. This film is a dire warning for Canada and the rest of the world.

The Euthanasia Deception features;

· Professor Tom Mortier, a Belgian man whose depressed mother died by euthanasia,

· Hendrik Reitsma, whose grand-father died by an assisted death without request in the Netherlands,

· Dr. Catherine Dopchie, a palliative physician in Belgium,

· Dr. Benoit Beusselinck, a Belgian oncologist and palliative care doctor in Leuven Belgium,

· Carine Brochier, the co-ordinator of the European Institute of Bioethics in Belgium,

· Professor Etienne Montero, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Namur Belgium,

· Kristina Hodgetts, a nurse who speaks about her experience with assisted death in Canada.

· Lionel Roosemont, a Belgian man who is the father of a significantly disabled child,

· Amy Hasbrouck, a lawyer and a disability rights leader in Québec Canada,

· Mark Pickup, a disability rights activist and public speaker in Alberta, Canada,

· Steven Passmore, a disability rights activist in Ontario, Canada,

· Alex Schadenberg, the International Chair of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Purchase The Euthanasia Deception by (paying $30 by credit card or paypal), or order by emailing: info@epcc.ca ,or calling toll free: 1-877-439-3348.

Editor’s note. This appeared on the blog of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition.

Categories: Euthanasia