Monday, 24 March 2014

Foul Play Suspected by the Usual Suspects

Suicide is stigmatised but martyrdom is glamorised. Euthanasia is stigmatised but terror is sensationalised. I can't live in a world where children come to die.

The endless harassment to Think Positive (because if you thought accurately, you might go on a killing spree) is nauseating and transparent. They buy their own lies (which may actually be the point).

29,000 toddlers are dying every single day because mothers can't be arsed letting UNICEF save their children (plenty more where they came from). We've all experienced life-threatening trauma, the severity of which is proved by our subconscious minds needing to wipe our memory to survive.

And these creeps just can't believe anyone could possibly want to leave their world of mutilation, molestation and abuse. Let's keep the family in our prayers. They lost their property. They must really be suffering.

When your eight-year-old kid kills herself, it's safe to say you've probably screwed something up. Maybe. 
"But why would our property leave? It's wrong."
They go to such lengths to make their slaves terrified of death, blocking every humane exit. They're even botching executions now because the most powerful empire in history cannot manage to kill humanely. Some of these botched executions make for grim reading.

Examples of post-Furman botched executions
43.  Sept. 27, 2010. Georgia. Brandon Joseph Rhode.  After the Supreme Court rejected his appeals, “Medics then tried for about 30 minutes to find a vein to inject the three-drug concoction.”  It then took 14 minutes for the lethal drugs to kill him.  The execution had been delayed six days because a prison guard had given Rhode a razor blade, which Rhode used to attempt suicide.  
44.  Jan. 16, 2014. Ohio. Dennis McGuire. Lethal Injection.  McGuire gasped for air for some 25 minutes while the drugs used in the execution, hydromorphone and midazolam, slowly took effect.  Witnesses reported that after the drugs were injected, McGuire was struggling, with his stomach heaving and fist clenched, making “horrible” snorting and choking sounds.  In a lawsuit filed after the execution, Mr. McGuire’s family alleged that the inmate experienced “repeated cycles of snorting, gurgling and arching his back, appearing to writhe in pain,” the lawsuit said. “It looked and sounded as though he was suffocating.” 
Meanwhile, your local vet can put your pet down peacefully. Surgeons perform superficial cosmetic operations which require general anesthesia, millions of patients going under with few mistakes. Hypoxia is even euphoric. But the State can't figure it out and I think I know why.

Shakespeare noted how we've been made terrified of death. 
For who would bear the whips and scorns of time,
The oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely,
The pangs of despised love, the law's delay,
The insolence of office and the spurns
That patient merit of the unworthy takes,
When he himself might his quietus make
With a bare bodkin? who would fardels bear,
To grunt and sweat under a weary life,
But that the dread of something after death,
The undiscover'd country from whose bourn
No traveller returns, puzzles the will
And makes us rather bear those ills we have
Than fly to others that we know not of?
Thus conscience does make cowards of us all.
The creeps will never understand why anyone would return their unsolicited Gift of Suffering that no one could ever want. It's not that kind of gift. They're reverse-Indian givers.

"Why would anyone want to leave?" 
I don't feel bad for this 8-year-old kid. I admire her. I'm kinda envious as well. I wish I had her courage.

I wish I had it when I was 8.