There is talk that after he’s done writing his books from the jail cell, Anders Behring Breivik will commit suicide. If that is indeed the truth, then Anders Behring Breivik is the most calculated person alive today.
Anders Behring Breivik was a man on a mission and his primary mission was accomplished. Because the accomplishment of his mission secured him with jail time, which is time with a lot of time for himself, aka time during which he won’t be disturbed by text messages and invitations to hang out, he will be able to move on to mission #2 undisturbed.
Think about it – some of the great artists withdrew away from people to be alone and undisturbed and during that time they produced some of their greatest masterpieces. Genius writer Henry David Thoreau wrote Walden while staying at a remote cabin on a lake. Likewise, J.D. Salinger who wrote The Catcher in the Rye lived a solitary life in a remote village and requested locals never to tell anyone asking for him where he lived.
You may recall the line from the monologue by Red, a character played by Morgan Freeman in Shawshank Redemption presented after the admission of Andy Dufresne to the facility:
…and when they put you in that cell… and those bars slam home… that’s when you know it’s for real. A whole life blown away in the blink of an eye. Nothing left but all the time in the world to think about it.
Nothing left but all the time in the world to think about it. Elsewhere in the movie Morgan Freeman says:
… in prison a man will do most anything to keep his mind occupied.
Case in point – a person locked up in prison will end up with a lot of time on their hands. Common issues the lot of us who live outside the prison walls are faced with on a daily basis are of no concern for prisoners. It’s all about the daily routine and a lot of time to think about things. Well, one can spend the new found time thinking about things, or use it to do write a memoire – something many of us would like to do but because struggle for day to day survival gets in the way, we can’t even get started.
From that standpoint, Anders Behring Breivik could not have asked for a better outcome than getting locked up. He did what needed to be done and now he has all the time in the world to focus on writing about it undisturbed.
Throughout my whole life, I viewed suicides as something negative, something I would not consider no matter the circumstance. I don’t necessarily see it that way anymore.
As I have stated many times before, we are not free. Freedom we live in is faux. And as the technology progresses, it’s only gonna get shittier. We are under nonstop surveillance and with the introduction of facial recognition software and drones flying above our heads, we soon won’t be able to even fart without Big Brother knowing all about it.
The reality of faux freedom shows up the clearest when we notice the persecution of researchers who have had the nerve to challenge the dogma. Günter Deckert was imprisoned for quoting Jewish researcher Franciszek Piper and was unable to defend himself because any defence lawyer would also be thrown in jail solely for defending him. Likewise, David Irving was deported from Canada in handcuffs for his historical research which challenged dogmatic beliefs. Or… just look at what’s happening with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, or what they were trying to frame me with for publishing a video which showed what really happened during our time on this planet.
No my friends, we are not free. We are under surveillance and at the mercy or the powers that were (powers that be is no longer relevant – even the richest and most powerful man will have to answer to forces hundred times stronger when he departs this life). But while on this planet, we can only be whom we want to be and do what we want to do for as long as it’s within the scope allowed by the masters. Deviate but an inch outside of it and you’ll be ripped to pieces.
While you have little to no control over them, the power that were have a lot of control over you. There is precious little you can do about it, yet there is a lot they can do to use it against you. While still on this Earth, they are all powerful, while you are all powerless. The good news? They only have this power over you here, on this Earth. Their Earthly powers mean nothing outside of this life.
So why did I say earlier that I didn’t necessarily see suicide as something negative? It’s because I realized how limited our freedoms really are and how ruthless and remorseless the powers that were are with everyone who has the nerve to take the rose colored sunglasses off and tell others about the world outside of the golden cage. The powers that were spare no resource when it comes to eradication of anyone who challenges their dogmas. They have all the power over us and are not afraid to abuse it. They can do absolutely anything and everything to any of us – but for as long as we are alive. As soon as one removes themselves from the pool of the living, any and all control they may have had over them will cease to exist. In death, a man is finally liberated. In death, a man is finally free.
None of us knows what comes after death. We the Fleshy Viruses have been around for millennia, yet none of us has or has ever had any solid clue as to what happens when we die. Theories are many, proof none.
One possibility is that after death, there is nothing. Another one is that our soul will be set free from this Earthly body to exist in another dimension to do whatever. None of us simply knows for sure.
The thing is – on the pages of Best Gore we have seen images of people taken after their deaths and some look very unenviable. There are images which make us think – how tragic for a person to end up looking like this after death. Yet there is a possibility that while we who are still alive talk all kinds of things about their post mortem bodies, they could be looking at us from another dimension realizing how it means jack shit to them now.
We could be looking at a person with their head pancaked and brains exploded and they could be looking back at us thinking how it was totally worth it. Maybe what happens after death is so liberating, no one would give a second thought to the way they died or how it made them look. Maybe Ted Bundy looked down at us after his execution and while we down here were thinking that we had punished him and rid ourselves off his presence, he laughed thought to himself:
If only you losers knew where I am now. If only you knew that it’s not you who are rid off me, but me who is rid off you. If only you had executed me sooner. I could care less that you are passing pics of my fried body around and saying all kinds of nasty shit about my person, cause look at me where I am now as opposed to where you are. Oh wait… you can’t you bunch of fucking losers, cause you’re still on Earth!
Suicide is the most powerful weapon any of us have. Nobody, regardless of how rich or powerful they could be has any power over you in death. This is something people like Leonard Lake, Jim Jones, Michael Marin, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Goering as well as many others realized and utilized. By committing suicide, these people stripped the powers that were from any and all control over them.
Since nobody knows for sure what comes after death, one need not worry about what they will look like after death or what people will think about them.
To end where I started – if Anders Behring Breivik does commit suicide after writing his books, then he will have played out everyone to the last miserable sheep. First he did what needed to be done, that secured him with a lot of undisturbed time to focus on writing and then he will kill himself so none of the sheepish bad mouthing or abuse will mean anything to him anymore. Pure win!
To understand the premise of wanting to be in control of one’s own death, one would have to be in control of their own life first.
So…….. does anybody know where a guy can get cyanide pills from?
Vincit Omnia Veritas,