Chris Gard, 32, and Connie Yates, 31, wanted to go to their 10-month-old son, Charlie, in the United States to undergo a trial treatment. The little one suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage and his case is considered “finished”.
But doctors at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for children in London, where Charlie is hospitalized, said they wanted to be able to “die with dignity.” The couple, from Beethoven, London, managed to raise nearly £ 1.4 million to get their son to America, but a number of courts ruled in favor of British doctors.
They eventually appealed to the European Court of Human Rights, where the decision also came against them!
Speaking after the verdict, the mother told Sky News that this court judgment was a little confused. It came after experts from Great Ormond Street said that treatment in the US is at an experimental stage and will not help, adding that life support should be stopped.
Parental custody and euthanasia. Doctors at the Children’s Hospital, along with national judges and those of the European Court of Human Rights, have opposed the will of the parents for the fate of their young but against thousands of friends who helped raise the necessary amount for test therapy. More than 83,000 people have donated money for this purpose!
Why, then, are new therapies done if they do not let someone who is otherwise doomed try it? If he wants to, of course. Would the baby lose his “dignity”?
The whole thing, however, is not accidental. It is part of the general package that is being launched last, eugenics and euthanasia – the practices that characterized Hitler as a fascist, but now, some decades later, constitute the “human rights” of the New World Order.