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  • Yes it is

    I think that instead of killing these poor animals for our own selfish reasons for example, killing them because no one wants them or because there is not enough room. I bet if say the government were to kill people because there was "not enough room" they would think they were wrong, but it's okay to kill animals for those exact reasons. No! I think that we should build them their own sanctuary kind of like a zoo but no one gets to visit them if they don't want to, and we hire people to take care of them. Or when people do adopt them i feel that they should be checked up on to make sure that they are being correctly taken care of.

  • Of course. Are you mad?

    Because, by agreeing with euthanasia, you are playing against god's will. Their will be a larger punishment and suffering in hell because you disobeyed god. Why would you want to kill yourself when thousands of people around the world are fighting for their life? People are starving, being diagnosed with terminally ill diseases, freezing to death and you want to kill yourself. Have some respect.

  • Yes. It is morally wrong. It is terribly wrong.

    Euthanasia is morally wrong because it gives people the impression that life is like a bug that we could crush if it disgusts us. Moreover, nobody has the right to decide who should live and who should die, even if that person has no more chance of surviving. We ourselves are alive and under life, and our life is just as fragile as theirs.

  • Are you mad

    Because, By agreeing with euthanasia, You are playing against god's will. Their will be a larger punishment and suffering in hell because you disobeyed god. Why would you want to kill yourself when thousands of people around the world are fighting for their life? People are starving, Being diagnosed with terminally ill diseases, Freezing to death and you want to kill yourself. Have some respect.

  • There is no suffering more valuable than life

    My grandfather once said; "Suicide is the new caviar in the western culture". I thought It was a joke, but apparently it's not. I've seen that the majority of people that aren't Catholics vote that euthanasia should be legal, and I wonder. Why are you starving to end something that you believe that is the last thing you will have? If, for you, there is no life after death, why do you want to end the only life you have?
    When you say that a person should be allowed to decide If they want to keep on fighting, or taking a short path, you're saying that there is indeed a suffering that can be considered valuable enough to end the most precious thing we have. We are humans, and suicide isn't in our DNA, unless you are under some special circumstances, (like mental illness). And for those special circumstances we have special treatments. We are advancing medicine, not only to per long our lives, but to give conditions for people to make a good living. We shouldn't be racing to cut our lives short, that is not natural.
    At last, as horrific as this may sound, my father's statement was right. He said to me: "People forget really quickly the value of a life. We have been in peace for to long, and people have forgot."
    In Syria people prey for another day, In Europe we vote to shorten our life's

  • There is no suffering that can be considered as valuable as life.

    My grandfather once said; "Suicide is the new caviar in the western culture". I thought It was a joke, but apparently it's not. I've seen that the majority of people that aren't Catholics vote that euthanasia should be legal, and I wonder. Why are you starving to end something that you believe that is the last thing you will have? If, for you, there is no life after death, why do you want to end the only life you have?
    When you say that a person should be allowed to decide If they want to keep on fighting, or taking a short path, you're saying that there is indeed a suffering that can be considered valuable enough to end the most precious thing we have. We are humans, and suicide isn't in our DNA, unless you are under some special circumstances, (like mental illness). And for those special circumstances we have special treatments. We are advancing medicine, not only to per long our lives, but to give conditions for people to make a good living. We shouldn't be racing to cut our lives short, that is not natural.
    At last, as horrific as this may sound, my father's statement was right. He said to me: "People forget really quickly the value of a life. We have been in peace for to long, and people have forgot."
    In Syria people prey for another day, In Europe we vote to shorten our life's

  • It is morally wrong oh hell yeah

    Bruh, Its only God's decision as to who gets to live and who does not. If the death penalty in Canada is illegal, then how tf do you expect us to side with you people on the matter of euthanasia. Gimme a hell yeah if you know what i mean

  • Yes yes yes

    I believe that Euthanasia is a big evil. We usually do not find it that big an evil because we look at the situation from a third person's place. Imagine yourself in the place of a terminally ill person with aims, objectives and responsibilities. You want to live longer but there's a very less chance of survival, but you believe in God. You know that a disease or illness cannot kill you unless God wills it to be so. You know that your destiny has been written and you are going to die only when God decides to take you back. Why then, would you want to die? So that, your family can be relieved off the burden of paying for your medical treatment? Or so that, your family will not have to look at you, so different from what you were before, You don't want them to feel that pain, that they will feel, when they look at your deteriorated state? Or so that, the hospital does not have to waste its money and resources on you? Would you want to die for other people's selfish reasons when you know that you have as good a chance of survival as any one of them for they will die, when God wishes and you too will die only when God wishes. Injuries and illnesses are only excuses for death when in actual it is only God who can take or give life to a being.

  • Only God can give or take life.

    I believe that Euthanasia is a big evil. We usually do not find it that big an evil because we look at the situation from a third person's place. Imagine yourself in the place of a terminally ill person with aims, objectives and responsibilities. You want to live longer but there's a very less chance of survival, but you believe in God. You know that a disease or illness cannot kill you unless God wills it to be so. You know that your destiny has been written and you are going to die only when God decides to take you back. Why then, would you want to die? So that, your family can be relieved off the burden of paying for your medical treatment? Or so that, your family will not have to look at you, so different from what you were before, You don't want them to feel that pain, that they will feel, when they look at your deteriorated state? Or so that, the hospital does not have to waste its money and resources on you? Would you want to die for other people's selfish reasons when you know that you have as good a chance of survival as any one of them for they will die, when God wishes and you too will die only when God wishes. Injuries and illnesses are only excuses for death when in actual it is only God who can take or give life to a being.

  • Only God can give or take life.

    I believe that Euthanasia is a big evil. We usually do not find it that big an evil because we look at the situation from a third person's place. Imagine yourself in the place of a terminally ill person with aims, objectives and responsibilities. You want to live longer but there's a very less chance of survival, but you believe in God. You know that a disease or illness cannot kill you unless God wills it to be so. You know that your destiny has been written and you are going to die only when God decides to take you back. Why then, would you want to die? So that, your family can be relieved off the burden of paying for your medical treatment? Or so that, your family will not have to look at you, so different from what you were before, You don't want them to feel that pain, that they will feel, when they look at your deteriorated state? Or so that, the hospital does not have to waste its money and resources on you? Would you want to die for other people's selfish reasons when you know that you have as good a chance of survival as any one of them for they will die, when God wishes and you too will die only when God wishes. Injuries and illnesses are only excuses for death when in actual it is only God who can take or give life to a being.

  • We have to show compassion.

    No one can put yourself in the shoes of someone terminally ill suffering with weeks to live. What is the point of making them suffer for longer than they want or need to. Its their choice not yours. God would understand as christianity tells us to love our neighbour and show compassion and thats if he exists.

  • It is our choice

    There is a difference between suicide and being granted a merciful death. Right now, only six states in the U.S legalized Euthanasia. However, the circumstances that apply are very detailed. You can only apply if you have a terminal illness and you have less than six months to live. Even then you have to constantly submit letters and have face-to-face meetings to say that it is what you want. Why would we force people who are in pain and suffering to live when they can be given a merciful death and die with dignity? We have the right to life. And if it is painful to live we should have the right to die too.

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  • No it's okay to

    It's there life they can do what they want to but some people can argue that it is wrong as God made life and he is the one that should end it right? That's the case in most religions such as Islam. Why do we need to use a amount of words to submit

  • Euthanasia is a choice

    It gives relief to those that are in desperate search of it. It gives them a way out of suffering, peacefully and in their own manner. If we are able to put animals down, (which many of us consider as family) if they are suffering, what is the difference with voluntary euthanasia

  • Mercy...It's all about mercy.

    There is a strong argument that euthanasia is wrong in the eyes of Christianity. We question whether suicides go to hell or heaven but we don't know...It's all theory anyways. I've seen people saying that God decides who lives or dies than murder would be on the hands of God himself. So that theory is out the door too because evil takes people's lives too. Is it moral...I would say yes because we are given mercy to another person not allowing to suffer from such harsh diseases such As cancer, Alzheimer's, dementia and don't say we don't already do it cause we do to animals all the time everyday there is no difference.

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  • Euthanasia should be legal all across the world

    Sure life is very important. But so is the right to live it your way. You also should have the right to end life when u want to. It is according to me a disrespectful and a very wrong way to 'live life" through a ventilator. The world should respect the choices people make.

  • It absolutely isn't!

    Everyone who is terminally ill, has a severe mental disorder or is suffering in any other way should have the chance to end their lives. It is selfish and completely wrong to let someone suffer because of your religious and/or moral views. In the end, everyone should have the decision what to do with their lives. Living on a hospital bed in pain just for the sake of being alive is not really living, and I think every person should have the right to decide to end it.

  • I work in the health care industry

    People that are against it are selfish self centered assholes. Is letting someone have control over his/her own death when no other option is available that bad? Have you ever seen what this does to your loved ones? Most people that leave end of life care to die at home come back because the burden on their family is too great. There are situations where death is a blessing. Don't deny this suffering people one last chance at having control over their life's. We all die in the end.


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