UK’s NHS Euthanizes Sick And Disabled Babies And Children; The Future Of ObamaCare

The NHS does not have a good track record when it comes to taking care of it’s elderly patients who are sick. Like any good Socialist health care system that devalues life at the end of the spectrum, it also devalues life at the beginning. Now there is the horror story of how doctors in the NHS intentionally starved to death babies and children. From the Daily Mail:

Sick children are being discharged from NHS hospitals to die at home or in hospices on controversial ‘death pathways’.

Until now, end of life regime the Liverpool Care Pathway was thought to have involved only elderly and terminally-ill adults.

But the Mail can reveal the practice of withdrawing food and fluid by tube is being used on young patients as well as severely disabled newborn babies.

One doctor has admitted starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in the neonatal unit of one hospital alone.

Writing in a leading medical journal, the physician revealed the process can take an average of ten days during which a baby becomes ‘smaller and shrunken’.

The LCP – on which 130,000 elderly and terminally-ill adult patients die each year – is now the subject of an independent inquiry ordered by ministers.

ObamaCare death panels anyone?

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2 thoughts on “UK’s NHS Euthanizes Sick And Disabled Babies And Children; The Future Of ObamaCare

  1. Kaiser already lets sick babies die. A family who lives in my complex has a 16 month baby who went into a coma and was in ICU on a vent. Kaiser allows only so many days on life support and came to pull the plug. I told them to make Kaiser transfer her to CHOC or Saint Joseph. They are new to this country and don't know the ropes. They sent her to CHOC where she was back on a vent for a few days, she came out of her coma and is home. now, not doing great but we see improvement every day. she's alive and will need physical therapy for awhile. Google Kaiser for horror stories.

    • Thanks for that side of it. But if this was all run by the state do you think there would even have been the chance to transfer? We have been with Kaiser and have never had an issue. All three of our kids were born at the same Kaiser hospital, all three were by C-Section.

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