Man With Down Syndrome Tells Congress ‘My Life Is Worth Living’

October 30, 2017Breitbart.com reports: “Frank Stephens, a man with Down syndrome, told a congressional committee on Wednesday that his life is ‘worth living’ while condemning the ‘final solution’ proposed by abortion advocates who would kill babies with the genetic condition.

‘Seriously, I don’t feel I should have to justify my existence. Is there really no place for us in the world?’ Mr. Stephens, a screen actor and spokesman for people with Down syndrome, told the assembly. ‘Surely happiness is worth something.’

‘Let’s be America, not Iceland or Denmark,’ Stephens said, referring to recent reports chronicling the near-100 percent abortion rate of unborn children diagnosed with Down syndrome in those countries.

As Breitbart News reported in August, the vast majority of pregnant women in Iceland whose babies test positive for Down Syndrome end up aborting their children, a statistic that many tout as a sign of ‘progress.’…”  (Job 7:1 asks: “Is there not an appointed time to men on the earth?“  God’s Ten Commandments are eternal. The term in Exodus 20:7 stating “Thou shalt not kill” is murder. Our Lord Jesus translated the commandment correctly in Matthew 19:18. All who kill and murder others will be eternally separated from God – that includes abortionists and euthanasia’s.  See the next report.)


Doctor’s final fix for mother’s depression: Death

November 9, 2017WND.com reports: “An oncologist in Belgium delivered to a woman his final solution for depression over a lost relationship with a partner and distant relationships with her children: death.

And since the government approves, the European Court of Human Rights is being asked to review the facts of the case, which include a 2,500 euro donation from the woman to the doctor’s nonprofit Life End Information Forum the day before she was killed.

At issue is the euthanasia law in Belgium and whether the death of Godelieva De Troyer, who was not terminally ill, at the hands of oncologist Wim Distelmans was legal.

Distelmans facilitated De Troyer’s death under Belgium’s euthanasia law after determining she had ‘untreatable depression’ in April 2012.

De Troyer’s own physician had rejected her request…”