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'We're ready to use it': Anger at controverisal inventor dubbed 'Dr Death' who says his 3D-printed coffin-like 'suicide capsules' will be used for the first time this YEAR (www.dailymail.co.uk)

EXCLUSIVE: Former Australian physician Philip Nitschke, also known as ‘Dr Death’, is the creator of the ‘Sarco Pod’ assisted suicide device that could be used in Switzerland for the first time this year.

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Rosey
Rosey
7 months ago

I’ve been making jokes about suicide pods for years.

Not so funny when they’re right in front of you.

simon
simon
7 months ago

A true symbol of our times. A technical marvel of aesthetical prowess that only serves evil and undermines our humanity.

How many tik tokers are drooling at the thought of being the first recorded suicide in this insanity capsule?

Fortifications
Fortifications
7 months ago

Can anyone give me an argument against a right to die for the terminally ill or severely mentally ill, without that argument being a religious one?

Missuhs.noobs
Missuhs.noobs
7 months ago
Reply to  Fortifications

This is probably a bad argument but i am absolutely against putting dogs down because when they are ready, they go pretty fast. They give everything 100 percent in all they do and when they are ready to leave, they just go. I feel we rob them the chance to fulfill their duty to us, to comfort us through the pain we feel at losing them, to go at home and surrounded by the people they loved, just to make the tribulation easier on us, though we try and say we do it so they dont suffer, its really kind of a selfish act. If i can feel all these things for a dog, why not a human? After all, we want to treat humans like dogs now, with castration, and submission, chipped, tagged, and now even euthanized

Amanecer
Amanecer
7 months ago
Reply to  Fortifications

How a “severe mentally ill” person could do an informed and intelligent decision about ending his own life? And if another person decided that, that wouldn’t be a murder?

Floridafoot
Floridafoot
7 months ago
Reply to  Fortifications

Here are my thoughts in response to your question. As with any new technology that is developed, there are usually positive, pro-humanity applications for the technology. These qualities are the pretense for the creation of, let’s say, Musk’s brain chip. The problem arises when the opportunity becomes available to misuse/abuse this technology. No doubt there will be mentally ill folks who get railroaded into taking their own lives. But even more terrifying, imagine this in the hands of a corrupt government. If they don’t like your political views they could easily take someone against their will, force them into the machine and have them killed. Then afterwards the paperwork could be easily forged. There is endless potential for evil.

Ambassador for The Lord Jesus
Ambassador for The Lord Jesus
7 months ago
Reply to  Fortifications

Soylant green…when the meat is out..ppl are our new food. Yum! 🤤

ripcurrent
ripcurrent
7 months ago

Looks like that Poppy music video.

Michael McNulty
Michael McNulty
7 months ago

The problem is the right to commit suicide can soon become a responsibility to commit suicide. And that they will push.

stephen
stephen
7 months ago

futarama predicted this literally in its first episode laughed then not laughing now

simon
simon
7 months ago
Reply to  stephen

Matt Groening sees the future yet again!

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
7 months ago

Sarco Pod
Sarcophagus pod

Sar-sarus-the beast
Sarc-sarcasm-anger, masked
Phagus-phage-eat

Self-sacrifice, lay yourself in the belly of Moloch, it’s less painful if you do it voluntarily. Then, your ba (spiritual essence) becomes reborn (because what was a sarcophagus and all those burial rituals intended for?) as a part of the beast you voluntarily submitted to.

AtomicMnemonic
AtomicMnemonic
7 months ago

This reminds me of The Twilight Zone, The Obsolete Man from 1961, S2 E29. The invention of this pod and the lack of social conscience is leading us dangerously parallel to a dark inevitable.