Such a White Thing To Do
Only Whites could pretend to be stunned by the revelation that one of their own has committed suicide: Fortunately, none of the victims seem to be People of Color (POC).
Whites act surprised, yet they benefit from White supremacy, so should have no real reason to die and, in fact, every reason to live, since their lives are made somewhat easier than those who have to actually work for a living.
Whites have the highest suicide rates in the world and often take others with them in the process of self-destruction (eg, Adolf Hitler). This explains the White penchant for apparently-randomized school
However, Whites will try to pretend this deliberate plane crash was an act of murder or manslaughter to evade the issue of why Whites usually behave in such self-absorbed and suicidal ways. Because POC actually have a substantive culture and Whites do not, Whites are induced to create their sense of identity via infamous acts as their only outlet for achieving any kind of recognition - no matter how negative.
Whites spend so much of their time (more than 80%) with each other, that they come to view depressive people as normal because it is their norm - despite the fact that it is, among Whites, merely usual. This is why Whites are so poor at judging other Whites and find bad White behavior inexplicable because depression is so common for Whites to display on a daily basis that it just seems normal and natural and, therefore, not at all threatening.
White monoculturalism also explains why Whites cannot explain the behavior of POC - except in
There is also, therefore, a desperate White attempt to show the White perpetrator, here, in the best possible light (as in the photograph above) when, if he had been a POC, his entire ethnic group would have been besmirched; while any sordid details of his private life would either have been
Truth is, Andreas Lubitz did not trash his airplane because he was depressed, but because he was White. Therefore, more POC civil pilots are now needed in Western airlines to provide greater assurance that this sort of depressive episode happens far less often - if at all.