Euthanasia

Vulnerable: The Euthanasia Deception

60 min | Documentary | 2 March 2016 (Canada)

About the Film

“Stunning documentary. No doubt this film will save lives and prevent the destruction of a large number of families."
-Anne LeBlanc, Pro-life Leader, Rochester, NY

“A thought-provoking, emotionally-gripping film that will impact hearts and minds. It effectively dismantles the fallacies of euthanasia proponents’ appeals to compassion and autonomy.”
-Richard Weikart, Professor of History at California State University, Stanislaus,
Author of The Death of Humanity: And the Case for Life

Belgium’s 15 year experiment with euthanasia has gone terribly wrong. This film is a dire warning for the rest of the world.  The Euthanasia Deception is a one-hour documentary featuring powerful testimonies from Belgium and beyond - of those devastated by the false ideology of ‘mercy killing’.

The film sets out to expose three main deceptions of doctor assisted dying: First, that euthanasia and assisted suicide are a form of compassion. The second is the myth of autonomy: that decisions made between doctor and patient operate in a vacuum. And finally, that government ‘safeguards’ can truly protect the vulnerable.

With expert analysis from both medical and legal professions, the film reveals the serious, long-term implications of assisted dying laws, and proves that all of us become vulnerable when end-of-life care is handed over to lawmakers.

Other Resources

Medical Decisions Brochures – Julie Grimstad, executive director of Life is Worth Living, Inc., has developed a set of End of Life Decisions series of brochures to help educate end of life issues.

Advance Directive/Protective Power of Attorney for Health Care – a downloadable power of attorney form to help you take control of end of life decisions.

Compassion and Choice DENIED – This short film explores the effects efforts to legalize physician assisted suicide have on those who are living with terminal illness but who do not want "aid in dying."

Webinar featuring High Hewitt, Rick Warren, and Father Robert Barron to discuss the ethical problems with assisted suicide laws. (50:08)

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