Woman promotes euthanasia in Canada with video of grandmother saying she's 'looking forward' to scheduled suicide

"I've always made my own decisions for myself in living. I trust I will in death."

Joshua Young North Carolina

On Sunday, TikTok influencer Ali Tate Cutler, who has 30,700 followers on the platform and describes herself as a "Self Love Coach, Model, Mother, Aesthetic Avatar" posted a video with her grandmother who said she was "looking forward" to the euthanasia she signed up for.

"What are your thoughts as you, like, move closer to the day?" Cutler asked her grandmother.

"It's like the light at the end of the tunnel," she responded.

Cutler posted the video to TikTok with the title "Bubbie answering questions on Euthanasia."

"What are some of the precursors, like the questions they asked, to make sure you're doing it right for the right reasons?" Cutler asked. "Your diagnosis, if it's fatal, how many more months you have. They give you time to consider. They keep stressing the fact that you could always change your mind," the grandmother replied.

Cutler reposted the video to her Instagram account, where she has 252,000 followers and said of the video, "TBH, I was very resistant to euthanasia before she told me her decision. It felt unethical to me. But I have had my mind changed after hearing her reasons and I’m so happy that she has the option available in Canada. How to live well and die well are codes, and she has given me knowledge on both. To the Goat #euthanasia #ondying #deathwithdignity."

In the video, she asked her grandmother, "What is the actual day like?" and the woman responded, "I know that they set an appointment. Initial injection, putting you to sleep. A big pain is the prick in the hand to provide for the little valves. And then once you are in a deep sleep there are two other injections you get, and at that point you don't know. It's painless."

"Would you prefer it be at home?" Cutler asked. 

"Well, I think in my case I would like to do it at the hospital. I came in quietly, I'd like to go out quietly," the grandmother answered.

"Are you nervous? Are you excited? How do you feel?"

"Looking forward to it, just putting an end to being dependent. No control."

The grandmother added that she wasn't thinking about it every day and concluded with, "Yeah, when I'll be ready. I'll know. I've always made my own decisions for myself in living. I trust I will in death. I do believe my husband is there saying it's about time. And I'll say 'hi, I'm here!'"

Cutler added a song titled "Multiverse" by Maya Manuela to the video.

On her website, Cutler says she is an "Austin-based mother and model who embraces self-love and female empowerment to the fullest. Most publicly known for becoming the first curve model to be hired by Victoria’s Secret, Ali has, in recent years, added podcast host, health coach and entrepreneur to her list of professions."

Matt Walsh posted the video to Twitter and wrote, "We now have Instagram influencers making inspirational videos about euthanasia. "Are you excited?" she asks her grandmother who is about to be put down. We need to stop using words like "Orwellian" to describe our culture. It makes things seems better than they really are."


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