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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Diana Ford: How my father died.
"How our death can be planned and inflicted upon us when we don't want to die."
father died July
11th, 2012, after fighting to live for 20 months, He had no terminal illness. He was not comatose or vegetative.
father died of an infection in the lungs that no one ever took the trouble to
treat him for in an appropriate fashion and that was maintained by the
medical staff in his lungs for the past 20 months.
had been in the OttawaHospital from
November 2010 to July
4th, 2012, when I finally got the approval to move him to the Jewish
General Hospital in Montreal.
died in the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal
while I was talking to his doctors about what to do to help his pneumonia that
had not been treated in the OttawaHospital for
2 months prior to the transfer.
having inflicted pain and irreversible damage repeatedly, in order to cover for
their wrong doings, the doctors at the OttawaHospital
decided it was time for him to die.
made an application to the Consent and Capacity Board of Ontario to have all
medical treatment withdrawn from my father and in case he got worse, to pull
out his feeding tube and let him starve to death.
The Province of Ontario, via
the Consent and Capacity Board it created, approved their application to have
my father's life terminated. In order to get this accomplished, the doctors at
the OttawaHospital used
lies and false claims. Meanwhile, even before any approval from the Board
and without my knowledge or consent, the doctors had stopped all testing
and all treatment for my father at the beginning of May, despite the fact that
all tests from May 7th, 2012 indicated that he had acute pneumonia and
desperately needed treatment. They had also denied my requests to
have him transferred on three prior occasions and instead of helping to discharge
him, they placed a security guard at his bedside to ensure that he does
not get moved out of the Hospital.
the autopsy result it is shown that my
father was not vegetative and that his condition and death was due to
asphyxiation because he was left with an untreated pneumonia for too
long. Heavy death of neurons new and old indicate that he suffered from
oxygen in the past, when he was left unsuctioned, and recently, when he
because of his compromised respiratory system due to the old untreated
Because he was moved out of the OttawaHospital one week prior to his death and into the
Montreal Jewish General the doctor in the MontrealHospital tested and treated him. After the cultures
were ready (it takes four days or so for cultures to develop), it was shown
that he had "ample growth of E-Coli bacteria in his lungs" just as he
did all along during the 19.5 months in the Ottawa Hospital, where he was only
minimally treated until they stopped treating him entirely for two months
before he died, fact that was hidden in the hope that perhaps so he would die
"on his own". However, after the cultures were ready, the doctor in Montreal did treat my father for the 2.5 days before
his death. Unfortunately it was too late for my father to gain the necessary
strength to survive. However, it is very meaningful. because when the results
came back from the autopsy report, it was shown that the 2.5 days of treatment
he received at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital with a strong broad
spectrum antibiotic was enough to clear his lungs entirely and that the theory
of being unable to treat his pneumonia in 19.5 months at the Ottawa Hospital
was indeed untrue. After only 2.5 days there was no more infection or just a
negligible amount of bacterial growth in his lungs. Hence, had he been treated
from the start, he would have been healed and out of the Hospital in two months
instead of being tortured and dead after 19.5 months. The plan to let him die
so it would save money backfired and instead of costing the system 2 months of
Hospital stay, it ended up costing the system 19.5 months of Hospital stay and
father was the most generous, kindest, most giving and most
altruistic human being I have ever known in my entire life.
never did, nor would have hurt anyone but instead, he helped many people,
practically, he helped anyone he could!
father did and would have done anything to live longer in order to be with me
and my mother even for just one more month!
is he could have easily lived longer because, aside for a treatable
pneumonia (if he had been given the proper antibiotics on time), there was
nothing life threatening or seriously wrong with him.
life was stolen from him. His life was denied to him. It was unfairly and
callously terminated against his will.
was killed by the Canadian Health Care System despite his struggle of 20 months
and his wishes to live as long as possible.
turned to killers at the OttawaHospital to
cover for their incompetence and damages caused to my dad.
father never enjoyed the "right to life, freedom and security"
as promised to us by our Constitution.
was always a fight, a struggle, something that people wanted to take away from
life was threatened many times until it was finally and permanently taken away
from him by the men in white coats from the Canadian Hospitals.
he was still a small child, his family fled Austria to
save his life. Not long after that, Romania
signed allegiance with the Nazis and his life was once again at risk.
found out from books, written and published by people whose names he did
even know or remember, that my father, while in forced labor camps, had
organized several barracks of younger people to attend to
additional forced labor shifts, additional to the required times, in
order to replace the barracks of older people on their shifts of forced
so as to save those older people's lives. My father did not think that
elderly or the frail were disposable material, the way the doctors here
He believed that every life is worth saving and that every human being
came with mothers and fathers, children, wives and loved ones who would
if this person was hurt or if they died. My father was a true human
was thoughtful and respectful of others. He did not live only for
think only of himself. He thought of all and fought for all around
be protected and safe. He even put his own life at risk to protect other
people's lives, people who were older, sicker and more frail than him
never told anyone about this until the book was published and his
were applauded by total strangers who were there at the time,
grateful to him.
is something that some of the doctors here, in our beautiful, democratic Canada,
appear not to believe in. Far too often our Health Care
professionals treat people like disposable goods that need to be
thrown out when damaged or old. The doctrine of "if you can't
heal them, kill them" is applied far too often along with a less obvious
doctrine of "if healing them costs too much or takes too long, better kill
way they do it is they withdraw treatment until their
patients die "of natural causes". For example, like in my
father's case, they will not treat pneumonias until the pneumonias get so
strong that the patients die asphixiated and then they turn around and call it
a "natural cause". After that, they go and tell the family
"he went peacefully", meaning that dying suffocated was right, without pain, easy and a natural death that the
patient deserved. These doctors have no shame in
killing their patients when the patients have the audacity of
being inconveniently ill for longer than what is financially acceptable. I
would have paid these murderers anything to let my father live, only they
parade around pretending they are saintlier than saints and claim it's not
about money. Meanwhile, they cost me $50,000 in legal and ambulance
fees anyway or my dad would have been killed long ago. Murder is a convenient
tool that covers their incompetence, negligence and all the damages they
inflict upon their patients. Letting the patient die is the weapon of choice.
father's assassins had the audacity and the arrogance to pretend that
they had my father's interest at heart more than I did, that they knew him
better than I did, that they knew better what he wished, what was in his best
interest and what was of benefit to him. They argued that they saved him
from suffering when they killed him. I think that this argument could be
made for every living being on Earth because everyone suffers in one way
doctors argued that my father's dignity needed to be saved and that's why it
was good for him to die. Clearly, this is an argument that could be brought in
favor of killing every person who is unable to walk or move on their own.
Therefore, what they are advocating is the killing of all handicapped or
mentally ill patients. In reality, my father was completely dignified and if
there was ever dignity anywhere, my father would have been the symbol of it.
They think being ill is undignified but do not see that murdering their own
patients is the most undignified, the most perverse and the most despicable
behaviour a doctor could ever have. By their logic, these doctors,
who go around murdering patients in the name of preserving dignity, are the
ones who should be put to death first, since they lack not only dignity itself,
but the understanding of what dignity means. In fact, they would not know
dignity if it walked up to them and shook hands with them. Completely inhuman
and devoid of all human feelings, they walk around dressed in human skin,
bringing nothing but agony and despair to their patients and their patients'
all of you who have written and called me to offer me condoleances, to all of
you who sincerely have compassion and feel the pain I feel, instead of feeling
sorry for me or my dad, please do something useful for me, for him, for
you and for all of us: oppose our murderous medical system and the courts who
give approval to doctors to kill their own patients, thereby handing death
sentences to innocent people. This is not what we have doctors for. This is not
what we have medical health care insurance for. This is not what we pay taxes
for. This is not what we subsidise the doctors' university studies
for. I do not mourn my father because my heart and my soul died the
day he got assassinated by his doctors. Therefore, I cannot feel
anything but outrage. My heart is dead, my feelings are numb, my humanity is at
risk but my mind and my logic are very much alive. It is from my reasoning
that this outrage is born, not from my feelings or from my emotions! I am a
very rational and logical person when I tell you that this cannot and should
not be allowed to go on!
of our responsibility as human beings, out of our civic
duty, out of our love for our children or grandchildren, out of our
concern for the well being of the futurte generations, we must fight this murderous
system of disposing of "life unworthy of life", by not
treating the handicapped, the mentally ill, the elderly or the
"useless babies". Our emergency rooms should never turn the ill away.
Our acute care or critical care units should always accept all acutely or
critically ill patients instead of letting them die outside these units, our
doctors should not unilaterally decide to withdraw treatment from the sick,
they should not be the ones to decide who should live and who should die, they
should provide care to all their patients equally, preserve and prolong life
but never deliberately end it. Our courts should not give approval to
the doctors to terminate the life of their patients. Our health insurance
is what we all paid into and it must not be denied to us when we need it most!
The fact that it is widely practiced is no excuse, on the contrary, it is an
evil that has to be annihilated. This evil spreads like a mushroom, like a
cancer and that's why it must be opposed, faught and eradicated. We have
to change this. The thinking behind it, the inertia to do something about this
problem and the complacency we have living with a murderous
system, hoping that if we say and do nothing, it will never affect us,
must be stopped.Those who think that living longer is a threat and not a
blessing, those who think that Health Care is a privilege, not an insurance
that must pay up when claimed, like any other insurance, those who think
that the elderly should not be covered by health insurance, do not belong in a
democratic country and should give up their own benefits first before they go
to ask that other people's benefits be curtailed. I do not want to live in a
state that approves medical professionals to add killing to their
professional responsibilities. I do not want my doctors to have approval to
murder, approval that comes from Courts and Boards created by the state to
eliminate the weak. I do not want social Darwinism in my country.
children and I will never forget or forgive what happened to my father and to
us, here, in Canada at
the hand of those who were supposed to help. We are marked. Our hearts and
souls are mutilated. It happened to many before us and it will happen to many
more if we don't do something to stop it. It is not because my father died
that we feel so dead inside but because he should not have died murdered at the
hands of those who should have helped him, who were there to save his life, his
of you who have compassion and feel the pain I feel, instead of feeling sorry
for me or for my dad, please sign this Petition to oppose our system where our
Courts and State created Boards give approval to doctors to unilaterally decide
to “let their own patients die”, in contradiction to the patient’s wishes or to
the family members’ decisions. In doing so, this system has become a system of
handing out death sentences to innocent people. This is not what we have
doctors for! This is not what we have medical health care insurance for! This
is not what we pay taxes for! This is not what we subsidise the doctors'
university studies for!
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and help change a system that, if not changed, will some day, most likely, kill
you or one of your loved ones too. Please distribute this petition to anyone
you can think of that might sign it. Please follow me on twitter atDiana Ford@Snowsplendour