19 March, 2020

Kurt Cobain, Divorce and Suicide

Posted by Socrates in America, divorce, divorce laws, feminism, feminization of the West, Harry Fain, no-fault divorce, rock music, Socrates, Soviet Union, Soviet-style laws in America at 10:42 am | Permanent Link

(Above: Kurt Cobain)

Here’s some armchair amateur psychiatry.

Ever since about 1973, divorce in America has been a popular trend. Millions of family homes have been “broken” on the altar of feminism and gender equality.

I’m not a psychiatrist, but I know a little something about psychology. I know that childhood trauma usually stays with you forever, no matter how hard you try to forget it.

The late rock singer Kurt Cobain (1967-1994; cause of death = suicide) of the band Nirvana, was apparently deeply and traumatically affected by his parent’s divorce when he was 9 years old. Apparently, Cobain went from being a happy, carefree kid to being sullen and hostile in a short period of time. This is a common result of divorce, which takes a child from being in a warm cocoon to being in a cold, dark forest. It’s a severe, life-changing shock for a child. I’m convinced that, had Cobain’s parents not divorced, he probably would still be alive today, although granted that’s impossible to prove.

Today, thanks to “no-fault divorce laws” (in every state), you can get a divorce quickly and easily, in just a few hours. “Quickie” divorce laws originated in the Soviet Union. Here in America they were pioneered by a Jew named Fain.

(How ironic that Cobain believed in the ideology of feminism!).

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