Well, lot’s of theories flying all over the place & that’s the one and only fact that’s apparent, since he flew the jet into the mountain.
People love to GUESS, to HYPOTHESIZE, DEMONIZE, and even go so far as to “make up” blogs, just to give themselves that “superior” feeling, that so many crave.
I’m not accusing, nor defaming any of those opinions, because having worked in Mental Health for 17 years, I have my own opinion on the most popular opinion….Depression.
I have worked with and helped treat thousands of truly depressed people. I will admit, that most of them had depressive problems for years, with numerous spikes in depth of depression….. from a flat affect & inability to find motivation to even get out of a chair, to feeling suicidal, but not wanting to act on it. So, for me to define this dude’s depressive state, I’d have to say that he was high enough functioning, to get past everyone at the airport, looking “normally happy”, to get aboard that plane. So, THAT eliminates “flat affect” or inability to function.
MY OPINION …. He was mad at the world, because he’d lost his girlfriend. Truly. Some people blame everyone else for their own actions. Without going into any diagnosis ( because I can’t ) there could still be a lot that’s transpired through the years of seeing his shrink. And in most cases, without a court order, most physicians will not breech Dr/Patient confidentiality. So, we may never know where this guy’s head truly was, unless his shrink decides to tell. Of course, if he does… litigious society that we are… the family or someone else will sue the Dr and everyone else involved.
What a world, we live in. Lord Jesus… please come home soon.
Islamic Facebook pages praising Lubitz are deleted as quick as they are made. We managed to take a screencap of one yesterday, and here is another one captured by British newspaper the Mirror. This is so typical for the Muslim mindset; the endless celebration and praise for the death of innocent people.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz called ‘a hero’ in sick Facebook tribute page
14:21, 26 March 2015
By Anthony Bond
The Facebook page – called Andreas Lubitz, world champion in Flight Simulator – was set up after officials confirmed he deliberately crashed the plane
A sick Facebook tribute page calling the Germanwings co-pilot who deliberately crashed a plane into the French Alps ‘a hero’ has been set up.
The page – called Andreas Lubitz, world champion in Flight Simulator – was set up after officials confirmed he had flown his plane into the mountains.
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