‘Dr. Death’ Assisted Suicide Activist Approved for Non-profit Status

Philip Nitschke, the assisted suicide activist known as “Dr. Death,” has been approved for a 501(c)3 non-profit called Exit Generation.

It is the non-profit spinoff of Exit International, an assisted suicide advocacy group headed by Nitschke, though the non-profit has an even more sinister motive.

Nitschke is notorious for advocating that healthy people be allowed to kill themselves through assisted suicide or euthanasia… which is why he created the “Sarco” machine.

In 2018, Nitschke announced the creation of his Sarco, short for “sarcophagus,” capsule, which kills people with just the click of a button. It can be created using a 3D printer, and comes with a coffin included, to make things even more convenient.

“The person who wants to die presses the button and the capsule is filled with nitrogen. He or she will feel a bit dizzy but will then rapidly lose consciousness and die,” Nitschke explained when announcing the machine.

Once he has perfected his deadly design, he said he would put the plans online for anyone to access and create themselves.

With Nitschke’s new non-profit venture, tax-deductible donations will be able to keep Exit’s deadly work going.

Not everyone supports Nitschke; the families of his victims have been understandably distraught, with one even confronting him directly.

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