There has been an evil push by a number of countries to ramp up the use of Euthanasian, medically assisted suicide, but it’s rather bizarre that a Canadian retailer would put out an entire ad calling for their customers to consider embracing the procedure and killing themselves.
Quebec-based fashion retailer La Maison Simons released a lengthy ad to promote the Medical Assistance in Suicide (MAID) which was legalized in 2016.
“Dying in a hospital is not what’s natural, that’s not what’s soft,” the actress in the ad says.
The man responsible for the ad claimed, “We sincerely believe that companies have a responsibility to participate in communities and to help build the communities that we want to live in tomorrow, and leave to our children.”
Since 2016, medical assistance in dying (MAID) has become more and more common. In 2021 it accounted for nearly 5% of ALL deaths in Quebec, up from 2.4% in 2019.
The creation of this ad suggests, however, that the evil forces pushing this medical suicide are not satisfied with that increase as they continue to press harder for more people to buy into it.
Meanwhile, desperate Canadians are being left no choice but to resort to this as failed economic policies push them to the brink.
Just last month, a man in Ontario applied for MAID because he was about to lose his house and stated he would rather be dead than homeless.
To see Glenn Beck explain what’s REALLY going on with this strange push for people to end their lives, watch the video here.