This book exposes how vulnerable patient groups are dying by euthanasia and it also exposes how Justice Smith in the Carter case, the Royal Society of Canada end of life decision making report and the Quebec Commission on Dying with Dignity avoided the truth in order to establish false and dangerous recommendations for the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide.
“The Quebec Commission on Dying with Dignity has in its 2012 report recommended the introduction of euthanasia, while stating that they had reviewed the literature on the euthanasia experience in Belgium and Holland, and could not find any clear evidence of abuses or of any drift. Alex Schadenberg sets the record straight on what they should have read or may have purposefully ignored.”
Paul Russell, the founder of HOPE Australia, who has already ordered 800 copies of Exposing Vulnerable People. He stated:
“Alex Schadenberg has done the debate on euthanasia & assisted suicide a great service in this comprehensive work. His thorough-going analysis of the available studies concerning The Netherlands and Belgium demand a response from those who support euthanasia & assisted suicide. This work supports empirically the observation that no legislation can ever protect all citizens from the possibility of abuse. For legislators and commentators alike, this is a must read.”
“Using already existing studies, Schadenberg has uncovered the shocking truth about euthanasia in Belgium, the lives lost and the deep threat to others. His work demonstrates unequivocally that we must never follow this Belgian pathway to the easy killing of people whose lives are not valued by those who do the killing.”