Exit July Australian Workshops

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Registrations are now open for the July 2022 tour of the Australian East Coast.
Learn about new available DIY options for a peaceful elective death..from Dutch Middel X to Aussie Pig powder.. and new strategies with gas..

Workshops include:
  • Brisbane
  • Canberra
  • Gold Coast
  • Melbourne
  • Sunshine Coast
  • Sydney
Exit Workshops - Need to Know

  • Free & Exclusive for Exit Members
  • PPeH Subscribers may attend, but must 1st join Exit
  • Public > 50 years & of sound mind may join Exit on the day. Photo ID required.
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**All workshop attendees > 50 years & of sound mind

Note - these plans continuing depends on WWIII being averted.
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Hemlock Society Interview

Hemlock Society San Diego

Watch Philip Nitschke in Conversation

Unlike with Philip's invitation to participate in the 'Let's Get Psyched' podcast series which the group subsequently refused to broadcast (read 'canceled'), his speaking to the Hemlock Society of San Diego in February met no such censorship.

Philip said he was 'honoured' to be asked by Hemlock to address their members.

The Hemlock Society of San Diego was founded by Faye Girsh in 1987 following the disintegration of the original group that had been founded by Derek Humphry (and his late wife Anne Wickett).

Faye and Philip have known each other since the mid-90s when Philip first became involved in the right to die issue.

Exit thanks Hemlock for their kind invitation.

The Video can be viewed on YouTube.com or via the Hemlock Society website.

Note - you will need to log in to Youtube.com first, and prove you are over 18 years.

As we all know, Youtube are especially sensitive on all matters associated with dying, no matter the context which is remarkable given the shit they allow through. Indeed YouTube has blocked Philip who can't view his own talk because of past use of the word 'suicide'!

New Edition

Peaceful Pill eHandbook

In recent months, the authors of the Peaceful Pill eHandbook have been hard at work undertaking a complete re-write and condensing of the existing Peaceful Pill eHandbook.

This is the first complete overhaul of the book since it was originally published online in 2008.

The aim of the re-write and condensing is to offer a book that is succinct, up-to-date and makes critical information immediate and simple to locate.

The current online Peaceful Pill eHandbook stands at 554 pages long.

The new book will be < 200 pages but still contain all the relevant, important information that has made the PPeH the global leader in providing practical and reliable end-of-life information.

The new Peaceful Pill eHandbook - The Essentials Edition will be published in both print and online in April / May 2022. The new Essentials Edition will continue to be updated 10 - 12 times each year.

Existing subscribers will have their subscriptions 'transfer' to the new Essentials Edition, while retaining their access to the 554 existing pages of the Peaceful Pill eHandbook (as per their existing subscription).

Watch this space for more announcements in the coming weeks.

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Exitorial Now on Exit Website

New Regular Commentary on Issues of Interest

This week, Exit launches a new short-from blog titled 'Exitorial' (aka the Exitorial page of the Deliverance Newsletter).

In this short-form information grab, readers will find critical commentary by Philip Nitschke on developments in the right-to-die sector around the world.

This week, Philip discusses the case involving Roger Kigler that is currently before the Massachusetts Supreme Court.

Dr Kigler wants clarification about whether assisted suicide could be a constitutional human right (at least for the terminally ill).

The case brings up myriad issues, some of which seek to anchor assisted suicide in law in one of the most fundamental and powerful ways possible.

On the other hand, the Constitutional right under debate would seemingly apply only to patients, rather than people.

Read more in this new Exitorial by Philip Nitschke on the Exit website.
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