from Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
The Second-International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide is at the National Conference Center on May 29 – 30, 2009 (near the Washington Dulles airport) and is possibly the most important conference ever on assisted suicide.
Consider the context:
Assisted suicide has been promoted by the euthanasia lobby for many years. The pressure to legalize assisted suicide has never been greater than now. Last November, Washington State legalized assisted suicide through a referendum vote making it the second state, after Oregon, to legalize assisted suicide. Last December, a Judge in Montana imposed assisted suicide upon that state by judicial fiat making Montana the third state to allow the direct and intentional killing of its citizens. That decision is being appealed. Last year Luxembourg legalized euthanasia. This Spring, the euthanasia lobby introduced legislation to legalize assisted suicide in Hawaii, New Hampshire, Connecticut, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Vermont.
We can turn back the tide.
We need the support of groups and individuals, who will join in a unified and strategic opposition to assisted suicide. Every group in the US, Canada, and the UK that specifically focuses on the issue are sponsoring the Second-International Symposium. http://www.euthanasiaprevention.on.ca/2ndIntlSymposium/index.html
The Second-International Symposium offers the best speakers, ever assembled, on the topic. http://www.euthanasiaprevention.on.ca/2ndIntlSymposium/Symposium.htm
The Second-International Symposium will offer the most up-to-date information on assisted suicide. It will provide a strategic focus to guide us in a unified direction. http://www.euthanasiaprevention.on.ca/2ndIntlSymposium/ProposedSchedule.pdf
We need your support.
You need to register for the Second-International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Flights can be booked at a discount rate by using The Meeting ID: 585JQ. You can book with United Airlines directly or you can book with Conlin Travel (1-800-783-9559) who support our work. You simply need to quote the United Airlines Meeting ID when booking the flight.