In a shocking turn of events, Feminists somehow continue to find new and innovative ways to make women more miserable. Looks like there isn’t a glass ceiling on the amount of suffering women have to be subjected to by their “allies.”
Dutch senators have approved a new law that makes everybody a potential organ donor unless they decide to opt out of the system.
The new system narrowly passed a vote in the upper house of the Dutch parliament Tuesday. The lower house last year passed the legislation with a one-vote majority.
The new law’s drafter, lawmaker Pia Dijkstra, says under the new system — which is similar to donation laws in Belgium and Spain — every person over 18 who is not yet registered as a donor will receive a letter asking if they want to donate their organs after death.
Those who do not respond will be considered organ donors, although they will be able to amend their status at any time.
The opposing argument revolves around when you get people that are more interested in what’s in your dying body than saving your life. It becomes an ethical nightmare, but humanity can be dark like that.
I honestly think for a great deal many thing we need to get rid of Religious Exemption.
Like getting vaccinated, None of this “oh my God will take care of me” bull shit, get vaccinated, and get your kids and pets vaccinated too.
I am not against removing Religious Exemption for Organ donation ether. The Idea that a dead body has more rights than a pregnant woman is ridiculous.
In Japan it’s becomes necessary for such laws as they ran out of room for burial plots. If the Organ donation, scientific endeavors and the Coroner do not need you corpse, only then does the family gets your remains, when the Government is ready to hand your body back.
I don’t trust that shit, don’t want any doctor treating me even thinking about what could be done with my organs before I’m actually dead.
Let the families decide afterwards, the dead no longer have a reson to care and although yes you run the risk of the family wanting to bury a whole person thats better than risking doctors perhaps giving up on a patient earlier than they should.