It was 33 years ago, it’s not that easy to say in detail what I thought or how I thought. It was written 33 years ago Bo.
Your colleagues, the people you knew, did they reason in the same way?
Yeah well, there were never, I mean they’ve been aware when they sent in all their writing with every application and procedure. There were never any critique against… well I think everybody thought it was rather obvious. Everybody thought it was all certainties. Yeah…. You’re holding that thing (mic), when I’ve stopped as if you thought there would be more, but there’s not.
You’re a bit too fixed for a normal mechanism, this is difficult to express, but you reason as if today’s way of thinking was the only obvious one. It’s somehow too easy to take for granted that today’s ways of thinking are the only ones. Can you understand what I mean? No, you couldn’t.
I’m sure it was a routine, routine cases for them. And I can’t imagine a medical officer of health who goes home and cries over making the decision to sterilise someone. Or sterilisation terms. No, your way of thinking is a bit foreign to me I’m afraid.
Is it that they see… those who sit…
They don’t see the patient. They make the decision on paper. They make it on paper.
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