no it is
I’m also not the sharpest tool in the shed. So others might get it
no it is important. a question is how do i make them understand the pain when they have done so much to me by ignoring my pain? How do i communicate that i clearly can't bear the pain of living when they're always blind to this truth?
I am trying to communicate what is evl and barbaric cruelty as simply as possible with the least words and least explanation required. I want phrases that can be understood by government ministers and their staff as well as by those with low IQ and even children and the rest of the monsters who call themselves the human race.
My primary goal was the legalisation of assisted suicide for all but i have added other elements of humane care to my mission, I feel it helps to recognise the problems with everything built upon the fallacy of mental illness to show that the sense of care that justifies the criminalisation of assisted suicide is a sense of cruelty and is part of other failures to care about and protect suicidal individuals.
A common theme in the justification of the criminalisation of assisted suicide is "we have to protect the vulnerable" but the meaning of vulnerability they are using is the psychiatric/mental health meaning. This meaning of vulnerability is linked to the medical concept of an incompetent mind and it is used to deprive those labelled as vulnerable of liberty and rights.
It is a fundamentally different meaning to the true meaning of vulnerable which is weakness and fragility. The mental health meaning is about the fallibility of the mind not weakness or fragility. The true meaning of vulnerable leads to the weak being protected by depriving the by depriving liberty of others whilst the mental health meaning deprives the victim - the weak - of liberty.
The criminalisation of assisted suicide is based on medicalisation and the corrupted meaning of vulnerability. It protects against the fallibility of the (suicidal) mind but the protection of assisted suicide is fundamental to the protection of the weak, the fragile, the sensitive. The laws based on psychiatric and mental health concepts offer very little if any protection of the weak that deprives others of their freedom to protect the weak, the fragile. In fact they legislate for the method of punishment - imprisonment - to be used on the weak and it's done with no regard for the pain of victims or the pain inflicted in the name of care.
So there are no humane legal protections for suicidal individuals in the way that for example domestic abuse/violence laws protect the weak by depriving the monsters of liberty and legislate for a higher crime to protect against abuse. There is no protection of the weak for suicidal individuals not even assisted suicide.
Assisted suicide is fundamental to the protection of the weak because feeling suicidal is worse than death and it has to be limited not made unlimited. But it is illegal because the monsters who call themselves the human race care by the freedom to inflict, prolong and worsen suicidality indefinitely. This is a sense of care that deprives suicidal individuals of rights and liberty but doesn't use the primary method of the protection of the weak which is to limit human cruelty and evil, The "indefinitely" part is the criminalisation of assisted suicide and this criminalisation protects the freedom to inflict, prolong and worsen suicidality indefinitely.
There are many protections that protect victims from pain and suffering and injury without consent that act by protecting the weak by limiting the cruelty of monsters. There are no such protections for suicidal individuals because the basis of care - the source of truth at the foundation of care - is fundamentally flawed. Like the criminalisation of assisted suicide it is not empathy or the protection of the weak that's important to the law makers. They ignore the truth about what it feels like to be suicidal and that's clear throughout the laws and my existence.
To ignore how it feels to be suicidal has led to the freedom to inflict, prolong and worsen suicidality indefinitely justified in the name of care. This is why assisted suicide is a crime. They don't want to protect the vulnerable how the weak are meant to be protected.
(I'm facing hell because of this complete and utter disregard for how i feel by those who care about me and those who hate me. Hell is the freedom to inflict, prolong and worsen suicidality indefinitely, Hell is where the freedom to make a suicidal individual want to die is so important to protect that the protection of assisted suicide is denied.)