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    Thomas Szasz
    “Suicide is a fundamental human right. This does not mean that it is desirable. It only means that society does not have the moral right to interfere, by force, with a persons decision to commit this act. The result is a far-reaching infantilization and dehumanization of the suicidal person.”
    Thomas Szasz

  • #2
    Bret Easton Ellis
    “Everything failed to subdue me. Soon everything seemed dull: another sunrise, the lives of heroes, falling in love, war, the discoveries people made about each other. The only thing that didn't bore me, obviously enough, was how much money Tim Price made, and yet in its obviousness it did. There wasn't a clear, identifiable emotion within me, except for greed and, possibly, total disgust. I had all the characteristics of a human being - flesh, blood, skin, hair - but my depersonalization was so intense, had gone so deep, that the normal ability to feel compassion had been eradicated, the victim of a slow, purposeful erasure. I was simply imitating reality, a rough resemblance of a human being, with only a dim corner of my mind functioning. Something horrible was happening and yet I couldn't figure out why - I couldn't put my finger on it.”
    Bret Easton Ellis, American Psycho

  • #3
    Bret Easton Ellis
    “I think a lot of snowflakes are alike...and I think a lot of people are alike too.”
    Bret Easton Ellis, American Psycho

  • #4
    Bret Easton Ellis
    “This is true: the world is better off with some people gone. Our lives are not all interconnected. That theory is crock. Some people truly do not need to be here.”
    Bret Easton Ellis, American Psycho

  • #5
    Boyd Rice
    “Nature is typified by strength; humanity by weakness. Nature adheres to an immutable order; humanity to an ever-increasing chaos. Nature recognizes no equality at any level of its order; humanity preaches an all-pervasive equality and freely hands-out unearned "rights" in an attempt to make its doctrine a living reality. In short: humanity is Democratic, nature is Fascist.”
    Boyd Rice, Standing In Two Circles: The Collected Works Of Boyd Rice

  • #6
    Mitchell Heisman
    “There is a very popular opinion that choosing life is inherently superior to choosing death. This belief that life is
    inherently preferable to death is one of the most widespread superstitions. This bias constitutes one of the most obstinate mythologies of the human species.”
    Mitchell Heisman, Suicide Note