By Dr. Joseph Mercola
- Tens of thousands of people in the U.K. have allegedly been murdered via involuntary euthanasia in hospitals and care homes run by the U.K.’s National Health Service (NHS).
- The involuntary euthanasia involves the administration of midazolam, a sedative drug often used in the U.S. for execution via lethal injection, and morphine.
- Victims’ families allege the NHS is responsible for the involuntary euthanasia of up to 457 people per day, without the consent of patients or their caregivers — deaths often attributed to COVID pneumonia.
- The process typically begins with a do-not-resuscitate (DNR) or do-not-attempt-resuscitation (DNAR) form, which is often recommended simply based on a person’s age.
- The protocol stems from the Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying Patient (LCP), a government-backed “pathway to euthanasia,” during which patients were drugged and deprived of food, water and medical treatments, even in cases when recovery may have been possible.
- LCP was abolished in 2014, but its practices continued and accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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