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Like many others, I’m asked regularly whether certain drug sellers are scams. Particularly Nembutal. Now Dr. Phillip Nitsche has done something about these fraudsters.

For many years, Exit International has published a list of online Nembutal scams in The Peaceful Pill eHandbook in order to warn readers (& the general public) not to waste their money attempting to buy Nembutal online.

Nembutal Scammers operate fake websites, fake email addresses, fake phone numbers, fake forums, fake Social Media profiles (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc).

Dr.Nitschke lists about 30 of the known scammers.

Visit www.NembutalScams.com

There find a list of scammers and to add your own experience of cheating.

You might like to take a look at my video on YouTube re my latest book (Ebook) at

https://www.youtube.com/the final exit
It concerns thoughtful advance planning about the end of life.

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An 89-year-old doctor, seriously ill, wrote this comment:

“I am reading Derek Humphry’s “Final Exit.” It is a wonderful book. It should be required reading in medical school. The topic should be discussed in medical school. The style reminds me of Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” my kind of book, clear thinking, easy to understand.”

Visit: https://www.finalexit.org/ergo-store

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The Protesters Know the Future is Bleak

To the Editor:
The amount of protesters across America is staggering. While George Floyd’s murder was the trigger, the underlying cause is that people under 40 are worried about climate change, pollution, the widening gap between rich and poorer, and the current mess our democracy is in.

In my 90 years I’ve observed some terrible things, but the future for our young generations is bleaker, and they sense it.

Derek Humphry, Junction City, Oregon

The writer is an activist for legal assisted dying for the terminally ill. (The NYT added this note)

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Of interest to lovers of history and literature:

– On April 26, 1564, in the parish register of Holy Trinity Church, Stratford-upon-Avon, the vicar, John Bretchgirdle, recorded the baptism of ‘Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakspere.’ A few months later the vicar noted the death of an apprentice weaver, scribbling in the margins ‘hic incipit pestis’ (here begins the plague). That epidemic took the lives of a fifth of the town. Baby Will Shakespeare and family were spared.

Shakespeare, a shareholder, actor and principal playwright in his company, grappled with these closures. In one five-year period London’s theaters were unlikely to have been open for more than nine months. And yet the plague is rarely mentioned in his plays and poems. Yes, the mortally wounded Mercutio calls ‘A plague on both your houses’ on the feuding Capulets and Montagues, and Lear deems daughter Goneril ‘a plague-sore…in my corrupted blood.’ So no plague play, but we’re glad the Bard dodged the virus and survived to write a few decent dramas. (Part-lifted from the New Yorker, May 2020.)

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Derek Humphry’s new ebook, “Final Exit 2020”
is getting response throughout the world. Orders for the download include customers from Moscow,
Zagreb, Oslo, Tokyo, Sydney, Paris and London.
Most of the orders are from North American people who want the updated version of the original l991 New York Times bestseller, the first book to describe self-deliverance from a terminal or hopeless illness. Profits from the ebook go to right-to-die organizations..
Visit the ERGO Bookstore at this secure site:


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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Reached 90 years old today!
Ninety! Through a combination of good luck (in the Blitz at age 10-11 etc), never smoking and good medical care. (Heart surgeries l997 and 2019.) Still mobile but slower. Will press on and see how far it goes!

You all stay carefully safe and well in these troubled times.

. Derek Humphry, Oregon (Citizen US/UK)
Email: ergo@finalexit.org
See my books at

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Interest in reading my Ebook ‘Final Exit 2020’ has recently come from Tokyo, Moscow, Bejing, Norway and Australia. Not massively, but consistent. Obviously a deep interest.
Take a look at

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Here is a document about CHOICES in the event of severe novel coronavirus illness. Think it over carefully. It is not legally enforceable, but might be a useful guide to hospital staffs.

April 2020
My Choices If I Become Sick
in the COVID Pandemic

Choose only one in each group of three.

MEDICAL FACILITY: I want to be transferred to a medical facility as soon as my symptoms
are not easily managed at home.

IT DEPENDS: I want to stay at home unless my symptoms cannot be adequately managed at
home, in which case I want to be transferred to a medical facility.

HOME: I want to stay at home, if possible, even if my distress becomes considerable.

Symptom Management

LOW: I want minimal sedation and want to be clear and conscious as long as possible.

MEDIUM: I want adequate sedation but would like to be clear and conscious enough to
communicate if possible.

HIGH: I want maximum treatment of my symptoms, including pain, and understand this
might hasten my death.

Life Support Machines (Including Ventilators)

If I become sick enough to need a life support machine…

YES: I want to be on a life support machine if one is available.

MAYBE: I would prefer to be on a life support machine, but do not want to be put on a life
support machine if there are others who are more likely to survive who need it.

NO: I do not want to be put on a life support machine even if one is available.

Name (printed):



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Sir Keir Starmer, who was the UK Director of Public Prosecutions in 2009 when, for the first time, the Crown Prosecution Service announced the criteria for the prosecution – or otherwise — of persons who had assisted a suicide, has been elected Leader of the Labour Party in Britain.
Although the action remains a possible crime under law, at least people now knew where they stood about assisted dying legally.
Labour are not in power in the Westminster parliament, but if and when the subject comes up again (as it has spasmodically ever since l936) perhaps there will be a sympathetic voice?

This is the latest data on assisted suicide in England & Wales:
Update as of 31 January 2020:

From 1 April 2009 up to 31 January 2020, there have been 156 cases referred to the CPS by the police that have been recorded as assisted suicide. Of these 156 cases, 105 were not proceeded with by the CPS and 31 cases were withdrawn by the police.

There are currently four ongoing cases. Three cases of encouraging or assisting suicide have been successfully prosecuted. One case of assisted suicide was charged and acquitted after trial in May 2015 and nine cases were referred onwards for prosecution for homicide or other serious crime.

Source: CPS Consultation at

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