3D-Printed Suicide-Machines Will Usher In a Silent Genocide

A new controversial 3d-printed killing machine called ‘Sarco’ has been released by Exit International, an organization that advocates “every adult of sound mind has the right to implement plans for the end of their life so that their death is reliable, peaceful and at a time of their choosing.”

The high-tech ‘suicide machine’ is a capsule and comes with a detachable coffin, which the organization claims the process of suicide is streamlined.

The new device was recently released at The Exit NuTech Conference in Canada called “New Technologies for a Peaceful DIY Death” in October.

Access to the Sarco capsule is as easy as filling out an online questionnaire, which will provide a four digit access code.

The machine will allow anyone who has the access code to “peacefully and reliably end their life by simply pressing a button”, said Exit International.

Once the access code is entered and the subject is in the device; the capsule will lock and release liquid nitrogen to drop the oxygen level, as one will experience an euphoric and peaceful death with-in minutes.  The capsule will then detach from the Sarco machine and be used as a coffin. The base can be re-used and continue a quiet genocide that is extremely cost effective.

Developed in the Netherlands by Exit Director Dr Philip Nitschke and Engineer Alexander Bannink, the machine can be 3d-printed and assembled in any location in the world. There is a cause for concern since the machines are printed, of which the technology could fall into the wrong hands. To make matters worse, “design criteria for the Sarco will be free, made open-source, and placed on the internet”, said Exit International.

Sarco inventor Philip Nitschke said the development takes the world one step closer to the goal where any rational person can electively end their life in a peaceful and reliable way at the time of their choosing. He further said the machine does not use any restricted drugs or complicated inputs; all that is required is liquid nitrogen gas.

Nitschke adds the development of Sarco was in response to the growing demand by the aging population for a better method of assisted-suicide.

As we noted through Visual Capitalist’s Jeff Desjardin report, the global population that is 65 or older will double from 10% to 20% by 2050, signaling that a boom in the assisted-suicide industry could be right around the corner.

Courtesy of: Visual Capitalist


God Emperor ACP Mon, 12/04/2017 - 04:41 Permalink

Let's hope the millennials will start using them sooner than at 65. And we should make some for pairs. Bring EMOs back into fashion for a little while.We just need to have some "social media influencers" on board to push the lemmings over the cliff.Like this mouth-breather:Canadian “Social Media Influencer” Claire Abbott Leaked Nude Selfieshttp://celebrity-leaks.net/claire-abbott-leaked-nude-selfies/ 

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DownWithYogaPants shitshitshit Mon, 12/04/2017 - 07:02 Permalink

It has been my theory the only thing that will save the USA culture will be a bust of the petrodollar because without the free shit we will not have any of the immigrant scum that comes for the free ride. It will be tough enough only the type that likes to work will come.   ........that and the fact people will start hanging politicians and bankers when they act up. 

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fattail DownWithYogaPants Mon, 12/04/2017 - 07:27 Permalink

The petro dollar has been a source of cognitive dissonance for me.  I understand how the underlying demand for thte dollar subsidizes our lifestyle and enjoy it, but despise the islamic cult that is subsidized by the world's consumption of oil and our support and protection of all the scum that resides on the arabian peninsula.  The idea of the mass out migration of the freeloading criminals in this country was a consequence I had not forseen.Good riddance to the petro dollar.

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Buck Johnson ACP Mon, 12/04/2017 - 08:04 Permalink

No shit it's like Soylent Green.  So they see the coming (sorry the present) aging demographics of the baby boomers in both Canada and the US being an issue with the economy.  Everything from promised benefits (pensions, SS) to increased costs in healthcare.  So they are making where you can off yourself painless for their benefit.  And if not you may see in the near future hospitals doing it for you without your knowledge. Remember dead men and women tell no tales. 

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 HRClinton Mon, 12/04/2017 - 05:32 Permalink

Good question. Have you looked at how much coffins cost? Not including funeral home services.

Burying people is a great racket if you have a license. I had no idea until recently. Read about the monks in Lousiana that make handcrafted wood coffins. Apparently there all kinds of local rules about how people are buried. Seems like a huge waste to spend so much money on a box that goes in the ground.

I see a movement towards home funerals. Read about one of those, too. People laid out like in the olden days, at home, washed by family. Prayed over. Then buried. All that embalming stuff is a waste. And toxic, too.

Nice this is a twofer. Off yourself and instant coffin. No mess. No fuss. I can see how this will be all the rage.

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Fireman Mon, 12/04/2017 - 04:24 Permalink

What a load of steaming. As if anyone in their "right mind" would go to the trouble of this piss box when the options of topping themselves range from a vast gamut of instant and exciting death...jumping from tall buildings, double barrel sawn off, high speed train hop not to mention the more complex individual and imaginative that hasn't yet been done. Be original and spare me this maudlin BS.

Thoresen Mon, 12/04/2017 - 04:37 Permalink

Nitrogen is the way to go. I remember a Michael Portillo prg on BBC about the US death penalty and why nitrogen chambers weren't used instead of lethal injection. The answer told you everything...... if lethal injection created an agonising and lingering death it was part of the punishment.

Lies All Lies Mon, 12/04/2017 - 04:44 Permalink

We choose the  place, time & circumstances of birth and are given/choose the  number of breaths in our lives.We can shorten that time if we so choose.  And suffer the consequences. We cannot extend, by a single breath, the length of our lives. It’s a given. Suicide is the cowards'/ignorant  (lack of knowledge)  way out. Not that I wouldn't  do it, given  appropriate circumstances.  Tough choice, made tougher by ignorance of the Law. Suck it up.  

vato poco Lies All Lies Mon, 12/04/2017 - 05:05 Permalink

ahhhhh, an internet tough guy. ok, hoss: when it's time for you to die in the nursing home; wearing diapers because the staff finds it too much of a hassle to help you to the loo; and those diapers are crapped in, because the staff is worthless & lazy; and for the first half-hour you're alone and gasping in agony, because the staff disconnected your call button; and for the last half-hour you're surrounded by indifferent worthless 3rd-world dirtbags/73 IQ dindus laughing & hooting, having fun watching you die ....tell us that Suck It Up jive then, macho man. passing on that shit is cowardice?!? going out like a man, on your own 2 feet, is the cowards way out?!?

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Lies All Lies fel.temp.reparatio Mon, 12/04/2017 - 07:37 Permalink

"by your reckoning, we choose our life and death circumstances"Yes. We are where we are, by our own choice/actions.  But we also  have choice now, so can determine, change & shape  our future  by our choices in every present moment. How wonderful is that! We are in complete control, if only we knew it..."so what makes you think suicide isn't what's in store for some individuals all along then?"You were not born with suicidal tendencies. You decide, you choose. Don't blame anyone else."how can someone shorten their time, if there are no accidents (as you state in another post)? see where i'm getting at? yes it is more complicated than you or i can imagine, no doubt"It's to do with free will. That's the gift we've been given, to choose in every momentDo this, or that...kill your self.. or not.. (for example). So you choose to end it all before your 'allotted' time... does that disavow that 'There Are No Accidents In The Universe'? I don’t think so;  If you choose to shorten your time that act will play out in your lifetime(s) and in its own way, in the Universe. An accident? No. You’ve chosen it.  You make your decisions, of your own free will. You have to live with the (future)  consequences.  It’s a decision you’ve made. The Universe is perfect… how could it possibly be otherwise? Hey, happy to continue the discussion but already way past my bedtime…   

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One of these i… Lies All Lies Mon, 12/04/2017 - 07:55 Permalink

We are in complete control, if only we knew it...Bollocks, utter bollocks.Ask anyone who has explosive diarrhoea, or cancer, or mental illness, or is simply weak and subject to the power of others, or even just owns an old british manufactured vehicle... OR, put much more simply, if we don't know that we are in control, then by definition we aren't in control..

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