P80 - Alfie Evans petition Watch
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The moral of the story here is that bureaucrats should not have the power to decide who lives and who dies; that line of reasoning is a slippery slope to morally evil acts.
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Because the Itallians can do nothing extra to what his current doctors are doing except put extra stress on travelling. All the Italians have said is to keep him on support and the palliative care. There is no cure or answer. Let the boy die in dignaty and peace.
I didn't say that. But they can do no more than we can in this country. Let him die where he was born and with dignity.
I say let’s fight to the very end, never give up on life.
Again it will mean less suffering for him in the end. By keeping him alive at the moment you are just making him suffer more. I respect the doctors who want to let him die because it is clear they have his best interests in mind.