Tuesday, November 06, 2018
Trudeau Pushed this Woman to a Premature Death
Justin Trudeau was instrumental in causing Audrey Parker's premature death.
Parker was terminally ill with stage-four breast cancer that had spread to her bones and, finally, to her brain. Trudeau had nothing to do with that.
What Trudeau is responsible for is leaving Parker no choice but to end her life months before it was necessary. That's because our morally ambiguous prime minister chose to defy the per curiam decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Carter case and abridge every Canadian's rights under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Trudeau, with Justice Minister Jody riding shotgun, passed assisted dying legislation (that 'false majority' again) that extended the constitutional right to assisted dying to some Canadians while denying it to others such as Audrey Parker.
The Guardian article says Parker's death has sparked a debate in Canada. There's no debate. There's a decision, a 9-0 per curiam decision. If there's anything debatable it is whether the Trudeau government accepts the rule of law.
The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada, the entire court, per curiam, is straightforward. You can read it here in its entirety.
How many terminally ill Canadians have faced this nightmarish decision will probably never be known. What we do know is that, until Trudeau is forced to bend to Canadians' Charter rights, there are bound to be more.