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Switzerland approves use of 3D-printed suicide pod that can be activated just by blinking (nationalpost.com)

The assisted suicide machine called ‘Sarco,’ short for sarcophagus, promises a ‘painless death’, but one critic calls it ‘just a glorified gas chamber’

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zzzzzz
zzzzzz
5 months ago

I support euthanasia/assisted suicide…. If we put down our dying pet, why not putting down people who really want it?

I know TPTB wants to depopulate earth because of “environmental reasons”….

J
J
5 months ago
Reply to  zzzzzz

You may go to hell for committing suicide

SC786
SC786
5 months ago
Reply to  zzzzzz

A human being is very different from an animal. We are more complex, we have a more developed consciousness, perhaps a greater purpose. Life is short as it is. People are very different from month to month and what seems like a good idea one month may not later. Especially with depression and mental health problems people often can ride it out and feel much better when they come out of the other side.
This makes it too easy. How do you know what you face across the divide on the other side for taking this option. Would your maker be happy with you for jumping ship so to speak.

Irrelevant
Irrelevant
5 months ago

Yeah, we’re going to claim that it’s for the terminally ill. But free source the plans and make it able to be 3d printed. Seems like a reasonable expectation to not expect this to have any impact on teen suicide rates, right?

StillOunces
StillOunces
5 months ago

It’s not abt a rational debate over assisted suicide, they’re pushing a radical global depop agenda. That’s the material point here.

Meanwhile…this tech *def won’t be deployed in your fancy metaverse pod anon. Promise. Climb on in

Anon
Anon
4 months ago

I wonder how bender feels about this…