Suicide Cult Pushes Home Made Suicide Kits

by Wesley J. Smith, J.D., Special Consultant to the CBC on August 13, 2014

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Suicide advocacy never stops. Even as the world mourns a celebrity self-destruction, Derek Humphry’s group ERGO — Euthanasia Research Guidance Organization — continues the death proselytizing — this time pushing a booklet, How to Make Your Own Helium Hood Kit.

Humphry lives in Oregon, by the way. Legalization of assisted suicide does not stop suicide advocacy outside of a law’s legal parameters. It never will.

But Wesley, Humphry is a social outlaw! He’s not part of the mainstream of assisted suicide advocacy.

Baloney! He’s a respected patriarch, and indeed, will be a speaking at the convention of all the international suicide pushers in Chicago later this year.

The movement shows the world and the media different faces, but at heart, they’re all part of a hydra-headed suicide cult.

#thesepeoplemakemesick!

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