Editor’s note:  Little Alfie has passed away after being starved to death.  Starvation and dehydration is now the weapon of choice for those culling the population of the “disposables”.  This passive act of murder is now being conducted around the globe.  Here in the US, Hospice uses the withholding of food and water to create the conditions necessary to claim “futility of  care”.  Its a very efficient way of ridding the population of unwanted individuals. 

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International   Steven Ertelt   Apr 27, 2018   |   4:17PM    London, England

 

After a shocking and disgusting week — which saw the parents of Alfie Evans have to literally fight to save his life — now the justification of decisions by the British Court and medical system has begun. One doctor has already appeared on television defending Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and its decision not to provide Alfie with food for approximately 28 hours after withdrawing his life support without his parents permission.

As CNS News reports:

Forcing 23 month-old Alfie Evans to die by starvation “is not killing,” Dr. Ranj Singh argued on U.K.’s “This Morning” ITV program Friday, Express reports.

Withdrawing life-support and refusing to allow Alfie’s parents to take him home, feed and care for him, is, instead merely “redirecting care,” Dr. Singh said:

“This is not the killing of a child – this is redirecting care to make them more comfortable.”

In Alfie’s case, redirecting care to make him “more comfortable” means denying him food, water and life support. Dr. Singh doubled down on his claim, framing the withdrawal of life support as a way to make patients more comfortable and give them “the most dignifying life”:

“Withdrawing life support is not killing someone. It is redirecting care to make them more comfortable and give them the most dignifying life that you can.”

Not surprisingly, Singh is a clinical technician who works for the U.K.’s government-run health care system. READ MORE HERE

 

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