I had been an online friend with Robbie Kramer for many years through social media. I have seen many of her updates on her son and realized in the 10 or so years of seeing her posts of Keith, one thing was clear. Sacrificial love is a give and take. Sacrificial Love teaches us to live for the other and not for self.. Keith through his very existence in this life, teaches his family how to care for others, love others, be patient with others and the very meaning of love and fortitude. While through love of the son, the family pulls together to nurture the son and one another. Sharing the life with others. Please see her story here:
Kansas Mom Says Alfie Evans Should Live – Shows Her 26-Year-Old Son as Proof
Along with another here:
Mother of Severely Disabled 26-Year-Old: Alfie Evans Deserves More Than ‘Death With Dignity’
When “society” is faced with suffering, it often runs from it. Looking for the easy out. There isn’t one outside of Christ Jesus.
The same propaganda spoon fed to German Society is being recirculated again, in the very exact way it was two years before the start of WWII. “Life unworthy of life”. Nazi Germany’s First Program of Mass Murder In other words, life not worth anything to me. Germany also passed unjust laws, which many blindly followed directly into concentration camps of their own.
We see the same game playing out in the Netherlands:
The Netherlands is Euthanizing Mentally Disabled Patients and People With Autism
What exactly does that mean for man to say such a thing? If life is alive, and it is, what is unworthy of it? It is life and all life, no matter how small, or large, is life.
Alfie Evens case, like many others, should teach us that a government set regulation which seeks to euthanize a child AGAINST the parents wishes, must always be regarded as unjust. The government is not the parent. To euthanize the child is a gross Human Right violation. As are all “Assisted Dying” Euthanasia unjust laws.
How World War II led to Human Rights Laws
Lord help us.