Australia’s oldest scientist, who caused a stir when his university tried to vacate his office aged 102, will fly to Switzerland in early May to end his life, reigniting a national euthanasia debate.
David Goodall, who is now 104, does not have a terminal illness but his quality of life has deteriorated and he has secured a fast-track appointment with an assisted dying agency in Basel, euthanasia advocates said.
“I greatly regret having reached that age,” the ecologist told broadcaster ABC on his birthday earlier this month. “I’m not happy. I want to die. It’s not sad particularly. What is sad is if one is prevented.
“My feeling is that an old person like myself should have full citizenship rights including the right of assisted suicide,” he added.
But then, one would ask, don’t these men know God? Indeed it is a sin to take one’s life and everyone who does that is going somewhere; H… Lol, you already know what H means, it is where the devil and sinners will live forever in agony. Truth is, no matter your level of success, no matter how brilliant we are, there is a place called HEAVEN and there is something called JUDGEMENT DAY. It has been fixed and prepared…. Call Ladun, an illiterate and ignorant, STORY, it is a FACT no one can change. We are all here on Earth because God created us and made it so. CAN YOU CHANGE THAT? Next POST…