They claim that they only chose Auschwitz as a reminder of everything they oppose—that it “is the antithesis of everything that they hope to achieve, and they are seeking to reflect there upon what it means to kill out of humility and love.”
So that’s why a group of European suicide assistors are gathering at the Nazi death camp. The problem with the camp was not systematic murder; it was that people were not allowed to decide when to murder themselves. That is what we are being asked to believe.
Der Spiegel reports, “Students of Death: Euthanasia Doctors Seek Existential Answers at Auschwitz.”
Wim Distelmans is responsible for the deaths of hundreds, if not thousands of people. […]
On this October morning, Distelmans, 62, is standing at a gate at the Brussels Airport. He’s a man with ice-blue eyes and gray hair that is slightly wavy at the neck. Distelmans is wearing a brown leather jacket over a T-shirt, hiking pants and a blue-and-white striped linen scarf — and he’s taller than the people around him — and quieter. A few hours ago, at five in the morning, he received a call. A friend who is a concentration camp survivor, and had been planning to accompany the group to Auschwitz as a tour guide, has called off her trip because she has come down with a cold.
Distelmans gazes at the people flocking around him. “Good morning, how are you?” he says greeting them, as he slaps the men on the shoulder and kisses the women on the cheek. He says he isn’t sure whether the tour guide’s cancellation has anything to do with the destination of their five-day study tour.
Some 70 people gradually gather around Distelmans. The group consists of doctors, psychologists and nurses from Belgium, most of whom work in the area of euthanasia. One of them is Eric Vandevelde, who during the course of his career has killed 20 people at their own request even as he helps women give birth every day. He’s accompanied by his wife Colette, who was instrumental in introducing Belgium’s euthanasia law 12 years ago. Manu Keirse, a psychologist, is also on hand. He’s the author of 35 books, nearly all of which are on the topic of mourning. There’s also Bea Verbeeck, a psychiatrist who is currently examining a request by a manic depressive man who gambles away tousands during his manic phases. Distelmans, who is the chairman of the Belgian government’s Euthanasia Commission, has invited all of them on a trip to Poland.
These people are a brainwashed death cult. Belgium is a country that already kills children—and I mean children who have survived abortion and have been born. “Involuntary euthanasia” takes place all the time even though it may not be legal yet.
These people are Nazis. Auschwitz calls to them as a mother singing to her children.