Arizona & Mental Illness





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Published on Jan 26, 2011

Loughner's classmates thought he was "nihilist" and "atheist", and said he was critical of religion....

Now, I wonder if those intellectual geniuses over at something called "Atheist Experience" ...Matt?...are going to revise their opinion that Atheism=sane, Christian=crazy?

Probably not.. As I suspected, these men are self-serving know-nothings. Dare I say ..fucktards? The word seems appropriate somehow.

Loughner and Anthony Powell, both expressed sexist views. Anthony thought that black women demanded too much respect, and Loughner thought women should not hold positions of power. It's interesting that even in their paranoia, they both absorbed the sexist, and racist narratives of the larger society, and eventually targeted women.

Neither man chose to target a 300 lb, hostile male. Asia looks as if she barely weighed 100 lbs, and Rep. Giffords was a small woman. The phrase "crazy like a fox" comes to mind.

I have proven - sadly, with a little help from mass events - that Religion doesn't mask mental illness any more than Christianity does. It is the prejudice of Atheists or Christians that might have a suppressive effect on identifying the mentally ill.

UPDATE: Peach's video is back up:
Please view it, and listen closely to Matt?'s asinine assertions. Then take a look at the comments section, aka: fucktard gallery. There are some who got it right, though!

Music: "This Family" remix by Loveshadow, link below:

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