distantmajin & various contributors #ableism #crackpot #psycho debate.org

[Topic: “Should we Euthanize those that will not or cannot take care of themselves?”]

It would be a disservice to the individual that is suffering and is an unnecessary burden on the health system.

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Discourage the voluntary homeless and rid society of the ones who will never contribute Governments create more and more homeless by handing out free drugs, Putting them up in hotels with meals and allowing them to do what ever they want in our parks. Anyone not willing to take a home placement should be euthanized as should all that refuse to stop taking free drugs. The park dwellers should have a choice between euthanization, Institutionalization for the mentally unwell or working for their shelter while learning a trade of some sort.

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If you can euthanize a dangerous animal you can euthanize a dangerous human. I am tired of living in fear of walking downtown or going to the parks I used to love because the homeless are camped out there. I was a social worker, I’ve seen it. You will never end homelessness. Build all the low cost housing you want, You can’t house a drug addict or someone with mental illness who chooses to be on the streets. They are dangerous, Constantly commit crimes and interfere with hard working tax payers rights to live safely. We euthanize animals that put the public at risk, Why are we keeping dangerous criminals alive. Obviously this is a slippery slope but the rule of thumb should be if you took someones human right of being safe by robbing them or physically harming them then you’re deemed dangerous to public and should be euthanized. It’s time to make people reap the consequences of their actions and reward those who make good life choices.

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