27 March, 2015. 15:15
CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact
The co-pilot of the Germanwings flight that crashed in the French Alps, named as Andreas Lubitz, appeared to want to “destroy the plane”, officials say.
Lead investigator, Scott Minto has cited information from the “black box” voice recorder, saying the co-pilot was alone in the cockpit during what has been described as the largest loss of human life due to poor mental health of a privileged white male this year.
He intentionally started a descent while the pilot was locked out.
Investigators have ruled out terrorism, gang violence or drugs as causes for this tragic loss of life.
“Obviously with a name like Andreas Lubitz, this wasn’t an act of terrorism,”
“He was a white German guy, so it wasn’t gang violence that made him kill these people either. We are just going to run with poor mental health – we can’t just accuse Germans of being Nazis anymore,”
Investigators have made it clear that this attack has nothing to do with the acts of Islamic terrorism in Paris earlier this year, mainly due to the fact that the perpetrator was a comfortable white male, but also because it happened in the Alps – and not a Parisian melting pot.
“It usually has to be an Arab if it is going to be terrorism, if a black male kills people it’s usually gang violence, Hispanics do it because they traffic drugs, Australian Aboriginals commit crimes because of alcohol.”
“Seeing as this guy was white, we have classed it as an “attack of poor mental health”.
New revelations state that there was “absolute silence in the cockpit” as the pilot fought to re-enter it.
Air traffic controllers made repeated attempts to contact the aircraft, but to no avail. Passengers could be heard screaming just before the crash.
In recent years, the poor mental health of white people has killed more white people than terrorism and black gun-crime combined.
This is the first time Australians were killed in a poor mental health accident since the notoriously unwell Martin Bryant murdered 35 people and injured 23 others in the Port Arthur Mental Health Attacks in 1996.
America has recently become the leading host of poor mental health crime with a vast number of unwell males shooting at children for no reason.
Details are emerging of the German co-pilot’s past but his apparent motives remain a mystery – therefore, the word “terrorism” will be kept out of all reports until investigators can prove that he was either an extremist Muslim or a stroppy Catholic from Northern Ireland.