We have written numerous times about the continuing push in Oregon and Washington to eliminate regulations and broaden the category of those eligible for assisted suicide.
On his Second Hand Smoke blog today, bioethicist Wesley Smith offers a terrible Google translation of a petition by Belgian activists to make minors eligible for euthanasia and to require all hospitals and physicians morally opposed to euthanasia to refer patients to institutions and physicians willing to provide it. Note that the petition specifically includes “assisted suicide” under the euthanasia provisions it wants to broaden and extend. Smith writes that these activists “remind me of the man killing plant in Little Shop of Horrors, growing ever larger and constantly yelling, “Feed me!”
Here’s the link: http://www.firstthings.com/blogs/secondhandsmoke/2011/12/12/euthanasia-there-is-always-a-next-step/