Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy · 6 years ago

People will admit that life is unfair and an imposition, so why will no one concede and make advances towards a Graceful Exit movement?

Aka. Right to Die/assisted suicide./euthanasia. Ive heard all the stuff and poo thrown at this arument of WHY IT IS PREFERABLE TO BE ALIVE INSTEAD OF BEING DEAD. Like....people will be vulnerable......ehhhhh...we must make sacrifices for the majority so that the minority has to go slit thier wrists or figure out how to die on there own or put them on meds....OR indoctrinate them to get back in the slave/delusion game.....ehhhhhhhh.

I mean.....come on. Face it. Your elite masters dont want to LET YOU GO and then on top of it you believe their lies. To me....its not even a religious issue its just a mass psychological issue or everyone saying "Ehh it doesnt feel good ehhhh". I mean....yuck YOU!

For instance, if God controls basically everything doesn't he control the suicidal to kill himself as well....I could live with a god like that (even though im an ignostic atheist)...why cant you you religitards?


Yes. Ive heard of The Hemlock Society, Digntoss, and Church of Euthanasia.....they all seem lame and not going anywhere serious. Why dont we have any representatives in Congress who is pro-death? Or anywhere in the World. I know of Beligum and Netherlands. And ive heard of New Jersey, Washington, and Oregaon.....but THIS isnt a right to die.

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  • 6 years ago
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    They have/are.

    Church of Euthanasia

    The Church of Euthanasia is a political organization started in the USA "devoted to restoring balance between humans and the remaining species on earth". They advocate their commandment, "Thou shall not procreate" and assert four pillars: suicide, abortion, cannibalism of the already dead, and sodomy. Their website contained instructions on how to commit suicide, but were removed after receiving legal threats.

    Compassion & Choices

    Compassion & Choices is a non-profit organization that supports, advocates, and educates people about health care options that can expand choice at the end of life. The organization was formed via the merging of Compassion in Dying and End-of-Life Choices organization (formerly known as the Hemlock Society).

    Death with Dignity National Center

    The Death with Dignity National Center is a nonprofit organization that has been in existence since 1993. This organization is most notably associated with the original writing and continued advocating of the Oregon Death with Dignity Law that was enacted on October 27, 1997.

    Dignitas (Switzerland)

    Dignitas helps Swiss nationals and foreigners to commit suicide by providing advice and lethal drugs. The legal pre-requisites are that a person must have either a terminal illness, an unendurable incapacitating disability or unbearable and uncontrollable pain. However, in practice they also accept mentally ill patients or those without a medical diagnosis, for example the retired British art teacher who killed herself on 27 March 2014 “in part because she had become fed up with the modern world of emails, TVs, computers and supermarket ready meals.”

    Dignity in Dying

    Dignity in Dying is a voluntary organization located in London.

    Disabled Activists for Dignity in Dying

    DADID is a campaign group in the UK for disabled people in association with Dignity in Dying, led by disabled people who support a change in the law to allow terminally ill, mentally competent adults the choice of an assisted death within upfront safeguards.


    Exit is a Scottish organization that supports a permissive model of right-to-die legislation based on published research and recommendations from Glasgow University using an 'exceptions to the rule' (against euthanasia) format to facilitate transparency and open safeguards. Exit published the world's first guide on assisted suicide, called How to Die With Dignity (1980); followed by Departing Drugs (1993), and the Five Last Acts series. Exit also publishes a Blog with broad-ranging analysis of assisted-suicide related issues.

    Final Exit Network

    Final Exit Network is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers. It is one of the newer organizations in support of assisted suicide as it has only been in operation for the past four years.

    World Federation of Right to Die Societies

    The World Federation of Right to Die Societies was founded in 1980 and encompasses thirty-eight right to die organizations in twenty-three different countries.

    If you are looking for someone to talk YOU OUT of suicide, I am not your man.

  • 6 years ago

    Is life really a sustainable ideal given that it is totally dependent on its lifeless flip-side to survive. Surely, everything ON will sooner or later succumb to the invincible power of OFF.

  • 6 years ago

    Are you kidding?

    The monkeys are still all tossing poop because it looks like gays are being allowed marry!

    The monkeys were just murdering abortion doctors!

    Give them about 50 years or so, to catch up to yesterday, The religious monkeys are dieing off, but will remain for another couple centuries... We just have to be firm with them, and not let them harm themselves or anyone else!

  • 6 years ago

    Suicide is not the option to finish the unwanted circumstances around. Indeed, one must face every situation and observe it (just observe means do not react cause that would increase the pain), eventually one will see that noting remains constant. Neither Happiness nor sorrows. Nothing in this world is permanent.

    Even the blessed ones are also not happy all the time, they have to face unwanted circumstances once in a life time like old age, diseases and death (self or others).

    Everything changes, nothing remains without changes...

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