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Canada euthanizing the poor.

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Paying poor people to kill themselves. Sigh....can you believe it?
 

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Paying poor people to kill themselves. Sigh....can you believe it?
Canada and Australia are 2 of the most fascist nations on earth
 

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Evil.
 

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People have the right to decide if they live or die.
 

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Paying poor people to kill themselves. Sigh....can you believe it?
No, because I'm not a moron.
Where is the PAY part?

The US has people offing themselves without the paperwork.
SOME of the latest.

May 5 2022
More than 200 sailors have moved off the USS George Washington aircraft carrier after multiple deaths by suicide among the crew, including three in less than one week in April, according to the Navy.

The sailors are moving to a local Navy installation as the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier continues to go through a years-long refueling and overhaul process at the shipyard in Newport News in Virginia. Over the past 12 months, seven members of the crew have died, including four by suicide.

The deaths aboard the carrier prompted Rep. Elaine Luria, a 20-year Navy veteran whose district encompasses multiple military facilities, to write a letter to the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Michael Gilday, demanding immediate action to ensure the safety of the crew.

"Each of these deaths is a tragedy, and the number of incidents within a single command, which includes as many as four sailors taking their own lives, raises significant concern that requires immediate and stringent inquiry," Luria wrote last week, noting that her office has received complaints about the quality of life aboard the ship and a toxic atmosphere.
 

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