Alan Krueger, or The Sterilisation of Suicide
Alan Krueger, the top economic advisor of Obama, and former economic advisor of Bill Clinton (At least in those brief moments between unzipping and zipping of trousers at the White House) has killed himself. An Eternal Rest is in order, even for Obama’s advisors.
The fully secular Obama clan mentions how “nice” he was.
He was a good suicide, this one.
Always with a smile.
Most likely, he is not smiling now. But what strikes me is the total godlessness of these people. They make it look like suicide is some sort of “responsible”, “adult” decision for which they have profound respect. They probably do.
I have not even read a hint of disapproval. There is not even the extremely indirect condemnation of calling the suicide a “terrible act”, or the like. Nowadays people commit suicide, and no-one is anyone to “judge”. Many others get busy fabricating excuses, and fantasizing all kind of mental insanity in people whose intelligence they have just stopped praising.
Mark my words: in every suicide there is the mark of Satan. Even in those cases (which must be very rare) of total insanity, the act is so instinctively repulsive, so contrary to the work of Creation that it cannot be looked at simply as some demented deed. It is always a satanically inspired act.
None of this is told to you by the sensitive, politically correct Democrat caste, busy with ferrying adults to hell as they kill unborn children by the millions. Flowery expressions like “took his own life” (without the logically correct integration, “… which wasn’t his, and threw it away”) abound, because even the word “suicide” sounds so unpleasantly judgmental, unsanitised, vaguely alarming.
He was so nice. So gentle. So brilliant. What a shame. Sad, so sad. Let’s celebrate his accomplishments, and how he made the world a better place, blablabla and bla.
He was also, quite likely, the greatest of fools. And, quite likely, he has realised it by now.
Be terrified of every suicide. And reflect that Princeton does not protect anyone from arrogance, selfishness, unhappiness and, ultimately, rom the paws of Satan.