Swiss Medics Introduce Suicide Capsule For Healthcare Services

Mr. Philip Nitschke's suicide capsule machine has been approved for use in Switzerland.
Mr. Philip Nitschke's suicide capsule machine has been approved for use in Switzerland. (AFP)

After the life-value lowering vaccine, the artificial embryo, Swiss medics introduced the suicide capsule.


Australian former physician and founder of the pro-euthanasia group Exit International recently learned that his Sarco machine would be used in the European country.

It is a 3D-printed capsule where a person can sit or lie down. There, inside, a person would need to ask some questions and press the button. The machine gradually reduces the inflow of oxygen.

Death takes place through hypoxia and hypocapnia, oxygen and carbon dioxide deprivation, respectively, explains a former physician who designed the death machine. 

Mr. Nitschke is convinced that he helps patients who otherwise would have to take pills prescribed by the doctor.

It is very comfortable, he commented. There is no panic, no choking feeling, he concluded.

The former Australian physician wants to develop an artificial intelligence screening system that will assess whether a person is fully able to make the decision.

His firm installed one machine at the Museum for Sepulchral Culture in Kassel, Germany.

Switzerland is the first country that allows for the use of the capsule as a healthcare service.

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