A summary of The Case Against Euthanasia, by Donald Mcleod (From The Monthly Record, Feb, 1981)
Current publicity probably gives an exaggerated impression of the pro-euthanasia lobby. But the subject cannot be dismissed ‘lightly: ‘respect for human life derives ultimately from the fear of God and that is becoming an increasingly rare commodity.’
Danger highlighted in the Voluntary Euthanasia Bill of Lord Raglan in 1969. The provisions of this were,
- The patient signed in advance a form requesting “the painless inducement of death” in the event of him contracting an incurable illness.