“Canadian clothes retailer Simons is actually using suicide to market their products.” — U.S. commentator Ian Miles Cheong.
“All is Beauty,” a film released last month by Canadian clothing retailer Simons, features a profile of the final weeks of 37-year-old B.C. woman Jennyfer Hatch.
“Last breaths are sacred … when I imagine my final days I see music, I see the ocean.”
CAP agree– last breaths are sacred. While we’re at it, so is life itself. Apparently, the Liberal government of Canada disagree. Conversely, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has carved out his place in history as the father of “commercial” assisted suicide in Canada.
Death For Sale?
Turns out that Canadian retailers are getting in on the action— ever since Mr. Trudeau decided that the lives of our citizenship aren’t sacred, but expendable. Including those who are not elderly. In 2022, Canadians can off themselves based on a plethora of rationalizations.
First came physical illness with patient approval. Then, the patient approval element was removed. Next came a reduction in age qualification to 18-years. Coming up in March 2023, mental illness including depression will qualify a Canadian for Euthanasia.