On the C2 morning thread, commenter (and attorney) “buzzsawmonkey” shares this unbelievable news item:
At the end of the film “Judgment at Nuremberg,” Spencer Tracy, as the head of the tribunal that has convicted a number of Nazi judges, meets with the jurist Emil Janning (Burt Lancaster), the only one of the convicted who had displayed a moral sense. Janning says, “You must believe me; those millions of people. I didn’t know that it would come to that.” Tracy replies to him, “It had come to that the first time you condemned a man you knew to be innocent.”
The same thing is happening now: if the state [i.e., Belgium — Ed.] can decide arbitrarily whether a life “should” have come into being on the basis of disability, the devaluation of life from something owned by the person to something on loan from the state is in place.
The only question remaining is how rapidly this will descend into horror, not if it has.