Jennifer Warner, loyal granddaughter gives an account of what it was like when her grandmother went under court-appointed
guardianship as she approached her 100th birthday. She tells the chilling tale of how the conservator’s true nature was quickly revealed once he had seized control of her grandma’s life and the steps she took to try to change the tide and protect her precious “Grammy.” Below is a video that is about Jennifer’s Grandmother, Mary.
Conservatorship belongs in the family and only as a last resort should a stranger who is appointed by the court ever be considered.
Even if a Conservator is truly following the promises to the patient and their family, he or she doesn’t necessarily know if the appointed caregiver is conveying truthful information or not because Conservators are not there all the time.
As people get older their bodies do wear out but that doesn’t mean their minds do. Family members must listen to their loved ones when they relate that the caregiver and/or Conservator is abusing their authority if they want them to not be treated as a thing that should be doped up and sat in a corner.
Jennifer will tell us her story and that of her grandmother, Mary.
She is also going to be talking about her concerns about how transparent health care providers will end up being when it comes to their level of participation in physician assisted suicide and how she is encouraging one such provider to make a public stand against the deadly practice.
Assisted suicide is scheduled to go into effect throughout CA on June 9th, but several major health care providers have yet to publicly announce whether they will participate. One such health provider is Adventist Health. Despite being faith-based, Adventist Health has yet to officially opt out of assisted suicide. This petition hopes to influence the leadership in that direction, so that the 20 hospitals and more than 275 facilities under its management can be safe havens from this dangerous practice.
Taped 5 APRIL, 2016 :: Is Euthanasia Now Normalized? Is Rationing of Patient Care the New norm?
Tune in to this powerful interview with Wesley J Smith. Wesley J Smith is a Lawyer, an award winning author, and a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism.
Find out from this world recognized authority on the topic of Euthanasia the answer to your questions: Has Euthanasia become Normalized? Are people now numb to this topic and do they just accept it as the new normal? Are they now rationing patient medical care and handing out like candy the medicine used to kill patients? Are the poor now openly being treated differently than the affluent with the way they receive medical care?
Today, by law in some places a person doesn’t have to be sick to have a physician or a nurse help them kill themselves. It is one big free for all – anything goes. What about the families of the patients? What about the health care workers that have to make people dead? What about physicians who are sometimes forced by law to take part in a patient killing against their beliefs, their will and their personal choice or give up their chosen profession? How do these people fare in the long term?
LONDON, Ontario, February 23, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Alex Schadenberg, the indefatigable advocate for the elderly, disabled, and vulnerable against euthanasia and assisted suicide, has been bumped from YouTube for allegedly violating the home video platform’s community standards.
Schadenberg, the executive director and international voice of the London, Ontario-based Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, was interviewed by Vickie Travis, the host of her self-named internet radio show on the web-only TropicWave Radio station. It was put up on YouTube on Sunday and taken down within two hours. “The YouTube community” had determined that it was offensive, the station was told.
Travis, herself an anti-euthanasia crusader since her father was killed by a doctor in 2000, told LifeSiteNews, “Alex was pretty polite. His segment was extremely tame compared to some people I’ve had on.”
YouTube’s provider, Google, responded to LifeSiteNews’s request for an explanation with automated skepticism: “Thank you for contacting Google’s press office. This email address is used exclusively for corresponding with press. If you are not a member of the press, you should not expect to receive a response from the Google press team beyond this email.”
Like Travis, Schadenberg is mystified but also amused. “A lot more people are going to listen to my comments now, because I’ve emailed them all about being censored, than would have if they’d just left it alone,” he said.
In the banned segment, the pair discuss recent legislation and judicial decisions. At one point, Schadenberg notes that recent laws permitting euthanasia or assisted suicide have focused on protecting doctors who kill their patients from homicide charges. “But the laws provide no effective oversight,” he told Travis. “The argument for these things is patients’ rights – it’s your body, it’s your choice, but the laws provide no means to determine if it really was your choice.”
YouTube’s community guidelines, which begin with “We’re not asking for the kind of respect reserved for nuns, the elderly, and brain surgeons” – boil down to no nudity, pornography or graphic sex, no encouragement of dangerous activities, and no violence, hatred or threats. They concentrate on imagery, whereas the offending Schadenberg-Travis interview is an audio segment without imagery.
“That tells you it was the content that was offensive. Euthanasia is big business, so powerful forces were offended,” Tropic Wave Radio operator Peter Kawaja told LifeSiteNews. In his view, euthanasia eliminates costly patients and costly welfare recipients, reducing costs for hospitals, hospices and governments. “There are far worse things on YouTube.”
Tropic Wave Radio has now received one “strike.” If it gets two more within a certain time span, it too is bumped off YouTube. But Kawaja isn’t worried by that. “It isn’t the main way we deliver our programs.”
Travis said YouTube as a private operation can “do what it likes, but if it does this, it is moving in a very dangerous direction. My generation, the post-WW2 generation, we were taught from the moment we were born not to shut up about anything. To speak up. Not speaking up was how those horrible things happened in Germany. When you suppress the truth, then who will protect very vulnerable groups that need protecting?”
Alex Schadenberg | Executive Director and International Chair, Euthanasia … Thursday, February 18, 2016; I was interviewed by Vicki Travis of Tropic WaveRadio. … of posting the interview on YouTube, the interview was banned by YouTube.
1 day ago … Schadenberg, the executive director and international voice of the … of her self- named internet radio show on the web-only TropicWave Radio station. … killed by a doctor in 2000, told LifeSiteNews, “Alex was pretty polite. … In the banned segment, the pair discuss recent legislation and judicial decisions.
Dec 18, 2013 … YouTube Bans Interview With Noted Opponent of Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide. Tuesday February 23rd, 2016 10:30:37 PM Alex Schadenberg … February 18, 2016; I was interviewed by Vicki Travis of Tropic Wave Radio.
Malpractice can result in death of patient, and involuntary euthanasia can be used to cover up … Artwork by Vickie Travis Design by Panzer and Travis.
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Hi TWR RADIO,
The YouTube community flagged one or more of your videos as inappropriate. After reviewing the content, we’ve determined that the videos violate our Community Guidelines. As a result, we removed the following videos from YouTube:
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