Supernormatives ‘weren’t happy’ with homocentric Chronicle narrative

Dr. Angstrom H. Troubedaur
Dr. Angstrom H. Troubadour came under fire when he said Germanwings passengers were “asking for it.”

An Internet psychologist came under fire Wednesday after a controversial news story went viral in which he was quoted saying the Germanwings atrocity was society’s fault.

The Germanwings disaster, Troubadour said, was attributed to co-pilot Andreas Lubitz’s internalization of society’s anal fixation on normalcy, a 21st Century social disease Troubadour calls “supernormality.”

“Just look at his dead eyes,” Schandling said. “Look at his dude-stare.

This, and certainly other normal social pressures in the workplace, triggered the supernormal state in which many school shootings and other murder-suicide plots unfold — a psychological terrain that most contemporary psychology cannot distinguish from so-called sanity until the violence is already done.

Angstrom H. Troubadour

Experts have alleged Dr. Troubadour, who is already currently embroiled in a damaging peer-review scandal, could be receiving funding from a secret homonormative source.

Germanwings co-pilot "just a good old boy," Troubadour says.
Germanwings co-pilot “just a good old boy,” Troubadour says.

Sociologist Larry Schandling of the Internet Chronicle Institute of Common Law said documents show Troubadour received recurring payments between the months of October 2014 and March 2015, presumably to generate case studies which validate and propagate a fiendish homosexual agenda.

“Just look at his dead eyes,” Schandling said. “Look at his dude-stare. Look at it.”

Schandling said Troubadour needs to check his privilege, every single day.

3 Replies to “Supernormatives ‘weren’t happy’ with homocentric Chronicle narrative”

  1. The irony that ‘The Hacker Wars’ can’t be found on the Pirate Bay. And hatesec, just kill yourself since we’re on this subject.

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