Dr. Death Tells Sanjay Gupta He Wishes He’d Never Been Born


Jack Kevorkian, the death-obsessed doctor who helped kill a lot of people, fesses up in a CNN interview – he hates himself.

Seldom do we get to witness the abnormal psychology at the root of the Leftist death culture agenda, but Dr. Jack’s own words couldn’t be more illuminating:

Sanjay, you want to know the single worst moment of my life?” … The single worst moment of my life … was the moment I was born.

The self-loathing 92-year old was convicted of second degree murder in 1999 for the death of a 52-year old man with Lou Gehrig’s disease. According to Sanjay Gupta, the felon likes to make up his own words for murder, like “patholysis” which translates as “destruction of suffering.”  Verbal manipulation – the weapon of choice for all Leftists.

Terms matter to Kevorkian, and this is the term he prefers when describing the ‘medical procedure’ he performed on at least 130 people, by his own count.

Gupta pointed out that of the 130 ‘patholysised’ individuals, five showed no signs of any disease on autopsy.  When confronted with this fact, nihilist Kevorkian replied, “What difference does it make if someone is terminal? We are all terminal.”

Kevorkian’s not a happy camper. From cursing the day he was born to his disregard for human life he gives us a look into what lies beneath these Progressive movements like euthanasia – extremely sick and damaged individuals with a lot of education.

Unfortunately, these same disturbed men and women have been able to mainstream their philosophies and ideologies into every nook and cranny of our culture.

The ‘worst moment’ of Jack’s life may have been the day he was born, but for the rest of us, it was all of those days that came after.