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Euthanasia is against human rights

A     : The patient next door has passed away.

B     : I heard that he should get the next treatment, didn’t he?

A     : Yeah,…but the doctor said that he suffers incurable disease.

B     : Poor him. How long had he been sick before finally died?

A     : He had been sick for more than 8 years. But,…I tell you something. Come closer, please.

B     : What?

A     : Someone told me that he actually asked for euthanasia. Euthanasia is a medical action done by  doctor towards patient with incurable disease to end the patient’s suffering peacefully.

B     : Oh what! Euthanasia?! Oh my! Do you know that it is against the human right? It’s only allowed for animals!

A     : But I myself feel sorry for someone with incurable illness who has been suffering for long time.

B     : If public knows about this, it will be a big problem for the doctor.

A     : I don’t think so, since the doctor has got the patient’s will and agreement.

B     : I have no idea.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by wayansu - September 24, 2015 at 10:57 pm

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Corruption is actually the real catastrophe!

A     : What do you think about corruption? I mean …..a big corruption.

B     : It doesn’t matter small or big! I’m sick of corruption! Corruption is actually the real catastrophe! It’s even much more dangerous than a disaster!

A     : But in fact, many big corruptors only got lenient punishment, didn’t they?

B     : That’s too bad! Terrible! If I could change the situation, definitely I would give big corruptors death sentence. They deserve to get it.

A     : Don’t you think that life sentence would probably better for them? So,…they can have a chance to correct their mistakes?

B     : I don’t think that it would work! Money can talk! They will do another crime behind the bar anyway. They still can be a king there.

A     : What about impoverish them?.

B     : Are you sure? If a lot of leaders commit to wrong behavior, will the law enforcement warrant  this kind of punishment? I myself don’t believe it.

A     : So?

B     : I think we should first mentally educate people about “moral”, then things would be better.

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