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No one should be treated like they’re the property of anyone else but suicidal individuals are

I’m thinking about a very simple statement. It’s almost childishly simple.

It’s my life and it’s my death

I’m thinking about saying this in my next set of comments to the government. I’m thinking it won’t be appreciated for the truth that it is. 

In my previous comments I tried to explain the nature of torture and how there’s a similarity in the aims of keeping assisted suicide illegal. Both involve the act of forcing their victims to endure unbearable suffering and both have no mercy when it comes to giving their victims the death they desperately want because their victims don’t want to endure unbearable suffering. 

It didn’t work so I’m thinking of taking a different approach to explaining the egregious nature of the criminalisation of assisted suicide. It’s the personal freedom perspective and ultimately the human rights perspective. 

The medicalised suicide system doesn’t care about human rights. In fact it takes them away from their victims. The government supports this tyranny against personal freedoms which is why assisted suicide remains criminalised in this God forsaken country.

Instead of leading with the words “it’s my life and it’s my death” I thought I’d make a comparison with the nature of the tyranny over suicidal individuals and liken it to the tyranny of slavery.

Slavery is something which is already well-recognised as a form of human evil. I define slavery as making people into possessions. Slaves are the property of the slave owner. It is a terrible injustice and a terrible evil but when it was legal a lot of people couldn’t understand that it was an evil injustice. 

In the same way suicidal individuals are treated like property and theyre owned by doctors. Doctors use force to make suicidal individuals do what they want. They imprison them and force treatment on them. These powers are guaranteed by the instruments of the medico-legal framework, mainly the Mental Health Act.

 Suicidal individuals are stripped of their freedom and rights to force them to keep on living. This is purported to be done in the name of care but it is pure cruelty. It is a lesser evil than slavery but it is an evil like slavery because suicidal individuals are treated like they’re the property of doctors, not free men.

The government’s continued criminalisation of assisted suicide is part of this tyranny over free men. It’s designed to remove a suicidal individual’s right to choose a good death to stop them choosing their death at all. Theres been a lot of work to reduce the availability and put barriers up to suicidal individuals accessing good suicide methods which makes the legalisation of assisted suicide even more important. 

The politicians and the doctors are thus the new slave owners in this modern form of slavery. The modern tyranny of evil over suicidal individuals is as unacceptable as the tyranny of slavery. It takes away choice and freedom to achieve what the slave owners want for their suicidal slaves.

The way suicidal individuals are treated is different from slaves because the slavery of suicidal individuals forces them to endure unbearable suffering. The tyranny is also done by the most respected profession so the nature of the evil done is disguised as care.

It’s the tyranny of ‘doctor knows best’ and it’s all the more evil because the evil is done by the most respected profession. I think that’s why the politicians who voted against the legalisation of assisted suicide for terminally ill people voted without a conscience. They respect doctors to know what’s best.

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The privilege of the medical profession worsens the cruelty and injustices in the modern suicide system 

There is so much cruelty in the modern medicalised suicide system. It’s hard to perceive because it’s done by the profession which has the highest esteem of any profession.

The injustices are done by doctors so it’s harder to see that there are injustices. After all, people trust doctors to always do the right thing. I call this the privilege of the medical profession. 

The cruelty of medical imprisonment is a key example. Be it in a prison or a psychiatric prison the punishment of imprisonment is the same. It is a punishment done to the worst criminals but it’s also done to suicidal individuals. 

In the criminal justice system there is a high standard of jurisprudence because the potential for cruelty and injustices is recognised. There are lots of checks and balances which, for example, protect the innocent from punishment. 

There are virtually no checks and balances to prevent the cruelty and injustices done by psychiatrists. This is because of the privilege of the medical profession. 

This is why the medical profession can’t be part of the suicide system. They are respected as agents of good but they’ve demonstrated that they’re not. The powers they use are derived from a lie which is the biomedical model of mental illness. This is the idea that certain mental differences are caused by a brain defect.

It’s always worth considering the importance of the demedicalisation of homosexuals which happened in the latter half of the 20th century. This didn’t happen because of any new psychiatric science and if it hadn’t then modern psychiatrists would be researching potential brain differences in homosexuals. The demedicalisation happened because of a shift in social and cultural norms.

Most importantly, there was no admonition of the psychiatric profession for the cruelty and injustices they’ve done to homosexuals over the last few centuries. There was no punishment for the profession which had done things like imprison homosexuals and there was no consideration given to the potential that other injustices are still being done by psychiatrists. 

The privilege of the medical profession shielded the cruelty and injustice. The profession got away with it and the public didn’t question the injustices which for centuries were done to homosexuals by psychiatrists.

Thus the profession continues to be a tyranny of evil but is still respected by the public and patients. But it is a tyranny of evil which must end.

How do I persuade people with evil souls and no hearts that unbearable suffering is not OK?

I just need to briefly recollect what’s happened to me in my lifetime to know why this essential truth could have saved me.

So many terrible things have been done to me because people didn’t care about causing me unbearable suffering. They still don’t care because their idea of compassion is informed by doctors. 

Countless generations have been sucked in by the bullshit which doctors provide. The bullshit is that suicide is the result of a brain defect.

This lie is just what beings with evil souls and no hearts need to be what they are. They need it to be more evil to me and other suicidal people who have suffered too much because of the prevailing evil and heartlessness.

The heartlessness is essential to the current suicide policy why doesn’t recognise the true cause of suicide. This heartlessness nature can’t allow for the truth that unbearable suffering is not OK. It requires a basic quality which evil beings simply don’t have which is the respect for truth and the desire for more truth.

Knowing the truth is a curse for me because I know the monumental injustice which has been done to me. All because evil and heartless people think that unbearable suffering is OK because their doctors told them it is. They swallowed the lie because they’re evil and heartless. They swallowed it because they need to be evil and heartless. 

The truth is that unbearable suffering is not OK. This truth stops the cruelty. This truth would have prevented all the cruelty which has been done to me from ever happening ever at all.

How do I persuade people with evil souls and no hearts that unbearable suffering is not OK?

I just need to briefly recollect what’s happened to me in my lifetime to know why this essential truth could have saved me.

So many terrible things have been done to me because people didn’t care about causing me unbearable suffering. They still don’t care because their idea of compassion is informed by doctors. 

Countless generations have been sucked in by the bullshit which doctors provide. The bullshit is that suicide is the result of a brain defect.

This lie is just what beings with evil souls and no hearts need to be what they are. They need it to be more evil to me and other suicidal people who have suffered too much because of the prevailing evil and heartlessness.

The heartlessness is essential to the current suicide policy why doesn’t recognise the true cause of suicide. This heartlessness nature can’t allow for the truth that unbearable suffering is not OK. It requires a basic quality which evil beings simply don’t have which is the respect for truth and the desire for more truth.

Knowing the truth is a curse for me because I know the monumental injustice which has been done to me. All because evil and heartless people think that unbearable suffering is OK because their doctors told them it is. They swallowed the lie because they’re evil and heartless. They swallowed it because they need to be evil and heartless. 

The truth is that unbearable suffering is not OK. This truth stops the cruelty. This truth would have prevented all the cruelty which has been done to me from ever happening ever at all.

If care uses control and coercion then it becomes cruelty 

There’s lots of C’s in the title of this post. Convenient lie is another C which is relevant. Loss of choice and no value for consent are two more C’s and forced compassion is another. 

What I’m talking about here is psychiatry and the medicalised suicide system. Psychiatry is an evil medical speciality which has more in common with the enforcement of cultural norms than anything which is genuinely the purview of doctors. 

Its existence is based on a lie which is known by different terms but I prefer the term the biomedical model of mental illness. This convenient lie has corrupted the healthcare profession and turned it into a coercive force.

The lie is that mental differences are biological diseases. So misery becomes the mental illness called depression. Depression is caused by a brain malfunction. This is absurd of course but it has been accepted as truth for centuries during which time the caring profession has been cruel and evil.

The idea of mental illness allows for control, coercion and ultimately cruelty to be done to suicidal individuals and others with virtually no oversight. Forced treatment and the imprisonment of people labelled as mentally ill is purported to be an act of care because it’s done by the medical profession but it’s not care. It’s cruel. 

The criminalisation of assisted suicide is also heavily based on the convenient lie that suicide is caused by a brain malfunction so it is irrational and unnatural. The lie is critical to the cruelty which the modern suicide system is full.

Of course some people think that by calling mental illness an illness then it forces compassion for those labelled by doctors. It’s one of the stupidest beliefs I’ve ever come across because surely compassion for miserable and suicidal individuals doesn’t need to be forced out of the public by calling it an illness.

In fact the idea of mental illness is deeply dehumanising because it allows the decimation of human rights. In fact even prisoners have more protections than those labelled as mentally ill because the imprisonment is done by the profession which has the highest level of respect from the populous. 

The dehumanisation is fundamental to the continued criminalisation of assisted suicide. This is a free choice and it’s a act of mercy to end someone’s unbearable suffering by helping them to die but the pseudo care of the biomedical paradigm usurps the truth with control and coercion. 

Ultimately it’s cruelty which stops the legalisation of assisted suicide. It’s not about care but it’s a convenient lie which allows for this crime because it’s a crime to force someone to endure unbearable suffering. The criminalisation of assisted suicide has the obvious objective of forcing the victim to endure unbearable suffering. 

It’s because doctors, politicians and the public are all cunts. Let me finish with these last C. Cunts do the cruelty and pretend it’s care but it’s really a crime.

Assisted suicide is one of those protections which you’ll be glad you don’t need but glad to have when you need it. 

Assisted suicide is the ultimate protection against unbearable suffering and the human race’s unrelenting evil. It is the last defence except now when the human race is so evil that there are no other protections against unbearable suffering… Or is this true just for me?

Murder of the will to live and recognising the true tragedy of suicide 

Assisted suicide is not murder even though certain people believe it is. Assisted suicide is a personal choice. It involves death but this doesn’t make it murder.

The unlimited cruelty in modern society and culture causes certain people to want to die. It’s not a conscious decision to make someone want to die but the destruction of an individual’s will is more like murder than assisted suicide is because it’s not done with consent.

It’s the difference between sex and rape. The evil is in the act done without consent. When it’s chosen it’s something quite different to the crime of murder or rape.

The creation of unbearable suffering is never a choice. It is not an act which anyone would consent to be done to them. 

There are so many harms I didn’t consent to but which made me want to die. The harms decimated my will to live and this is the murder of me which was started a long time ago and has never ended.

It doesn’t end because assisted suicide is illegal. The mercy of assisted suicide is illegal but the countless harms which caused me unbearable suffering and made me desperate to die are legal. 

They’re legal in a cruel and evil nation. They’re legal because people are cruel and evil. But they are crimes as awful as murderer because they murdered my will to live. 

It’s not the legalisation of assisted suicide which is the important thing (though it’s the most important thing for me). It’s the radical shift in the mentality which governs the entire suicide system which matters most. It’s a shift which rejects the medical principles which govern and ruin the current suicide system and seeks an humane paradigm which is, simply, based on one central axiom: unbearable suffering is not okay. 

The axiom is not the only reason why I believe assisted suicide must be legal but it’s the most important one.

The criminalisation of assisted suicide is constructed by the fundamental belief that the tragedy of suicide is death therefore the system will do anything and everything no matter how cruel or evil it is to force suicidal individuals to live.

The radical shift in mentality required for a better suicide system is recognise that the tragedy is the unbearable suffering. It’s a mentality which despises the act of forcing someone to endure unbearable suffering. 

This is the critical mentality required for the legalisation of assisted suicide. It’s the mentality which recognises the cruelty and evil done when someone is forced to endure unbearable suffering by being denied their freedom to choose how and when they die.

Of course there are countless other benefits of this shift in mentality and a much better suicide system is possible based on this guiding principle that unbearable suffering is not okay. So many people could be saved but only if the true tragedy is recognised.