Switzerland has unveiled a 3D-printed pod, for use in assisted suicide, in addition to opening a potential future market to profit off the euthanasia of human beings. The product could be available for use as soon as 2022.
In the country of Switzerland, Euthanasia is legal and regulated, using liquid sodium pentobarbital. This procedure is sought after by many, according to swissinfo.ch1, in Switzerland, 1,300 people died from assisted suicide during 2020. To accommodate with their request to end their own lives these individuals enlisted the country’s two largest assisted suicide organizations, Exit and Dignitas.
The death contraption’s creator, Dr. Philip Nitschke, founder of Australia-registered Exit International, stated
“It’s a 3-D printed capsule, activated from the inside by the person intending to die. The machine can be towed anywhere for the death. It can be in an idyllic outdoor setting or in the premises of an assisted suicide organisation, for example.”
“The person will get into the capsule and lie down. It’s very comfortable. They will be asked a number of questions and when they have answered, they may press the button inside the capsule activating the mechanism in their own time.”
“The capsule is sitting on a piece of equipment that will flood the interior with nitrogen, rapidly reducing the oxygen level to 1 per cent from 21 per cent in about 30 seconds. The person will feel a little disoriented and may feel slightly euphoric before they lose consciousness. Death takes place through hypoxia and hypocapnia, oxygen and carbon dioxide deprivation, respectively. There is no panic, no choking feeling.”
The ‘doctor’ stated that death would occur in five to ten minutes after loss of consciousness.
Even more frightening, the creator explained that he hopes artificial intelligence would be capable of screening whether or not a person was applicable for the procedure.
“Currently a doctor or doctors need to be involved to prescribe the sodium pentobarbital and to confirm the person’s mental capacity. We want to remove any kind of psychiatric review from the process and allow the individual to control the method themselves.”
“Our aim is to develop an artificial intelligence screening system to establish the person’s mental capacity. Naturally there is a lot of scepticism, especially on the part of psychiatrists. But our original conceptual idea is that the person would do an online test and receive a code to access the Sarco.”
Should humans have the right to purchase their own death? Could a company profit off of the murder of their customers through the brainwashing conclusion that there is no other option? Will these horrific death contraptions someday be approved and suggested for use in the depopulation of America?