If the Chinese Death Bus scared you, then this will scare you even more.
Ever heard of Home Euthanisia Test Kits?
If not, I won't blame you because they were just introduced last May.
If you have, you must have read about it in one of America's leading news magazines, TIME, and you must have been deeply disturbed.
TIME magazine is promoting (promoting!) these home kits that test the deadliness of a specific overdose you would like to inflict upon yourself. And of course, this isn't just being sold to the crippled elderly who have been tormented by horrendous diseases for decades (the people euthanasia sympathists like to point to when trying to convince the masses of their agenda), but these kits are being targetted to troubled youth and the depressed.
Having suffered from depression for about a year now, I have to say that these kits outright offend me. The last thing a depressed teenager needs to here is how disposable their lives are and how easy it is to dispose of it! Are the days of suicide prevention really gone? How can anyone advocate that youth suicide is a positive, a right that should be protected by the government and encouraged through commercially availible death kits? Did Kurt Cobain's death mean nothing to these people?
The only words I have left about this whole euthanasia business (it really is becoming a business) are as follows: