Rise of the DIY Death Machines
In 1996, Philip Nitschke used a computer to facilitate the first legal euthanasia in history. Today, he is teaching elderly people how to buy Bitcoin, use encrypted messaging, and navigate the dark web to end their lives on their own terms.
A Doctor Built a Machine That Helps People Die
"After a minute and a half, you feel disoriented. In five minutes, you're gone."
Marjolein de Jong
The Comedy in Dying: Talking to 'Dr. Death' About His Euthanasia Stand-Up Show
"I don't know how it rates in terms of laughs per minute."
Australia's Euthanasia Loophole
How does euthanasia advocate Philip Nitschke sell his suicide equipment? According to him, it's for home brewing.
These People Have Less Twitter Followers Than Cory Bernardi
Take some time to reflect on all the awesome people who have fewer Twitter followers than Cory Bernardi, the man who is offending single mothers, women in general, people in non-traditional families, and basically bringing shame on the great Australian...