Computer Genius Wrote Of ‘Dark Knight’, Staged Suicide In His Last Blog Entry Before Committing Suicide

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In Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz’s last blog entry, he titled his final story What Happens in The Dark Knight, before he committed suicide. His final sentence from the main blog entry? ”Out of options, it’s no wonder the series ends with his staged suicide.” Many people also give credit to Aaron Swartz for ‘single handedly’ stopping SOPA. Does anyone else get the feeling this is turning into another ‘conspiracy theory’? From his last blog entry.:

The Dark Knight is truly the final film in this nihilistic trilogy, documenting the hopelessness of anything outside that usual left-right struggle.

The entire status quo (including the local government and tribal leaders) is totally corrupt: the official plan is to bribe people. But the plan is defeated by someone even crazier, someone willing to steal the money but not interested in keeping it for himself.

Throughout the film, we’ve seen various desperate attempts to change the system by ignoring the usual rules:  The Joker had by far the most interesting plan: he hoped to out-corrupt the corrupters, to take their place and give the city “a better class of criminal”.

And the crazy thing is that it works! At the end of the movie, the Joker is alive, the gangsters and their money launderers are mostly dead, and their money has been redistributed (albeit though the deflationary method of setting it on fire). And, as we see from the beginning of the third movie, this is a fairly stable equilibrium: with politicians no longer living in fear of the gangsters, they’re free to adopt tough anti-crime policies that keep them from rising again.

The movie concludes by emphasizing that Batman must become the villain, but as usual it never stops to notice that the Joker is actually the hero. But even though his various games only have one innocent casualty, he’s much too crazy to be a viable role model for Batman. His inspired chaos destroys the criminals, but it also terrorizes the population. Thanks to Batman, society doesn’t devolve into a self-interested war of all-against-all, as he apparently expects it to, but that doesn’t mean anyone enjoys the trials.

Thus Master Wayne is left without solutions. Out of options, it’s no wonder the series ends with his staged suicide.

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3 thoughts on “Computer Genius Wrote Of ‘Dark Knight’, Staged Suicide In His Last Blog Entry Before Committing Suicide

  1. He was suicided. I am very concerned about this. I think these outspoken people are being killed like the scientists that turn up dead. They’re taking out people on the red list. We have to remember that Congress is bought and paid for. These people in DC are blackmailed into voting the way the elite wants them to. It is about control. They can’t have people like this speaking out publicly because the sheeple will wake up and take action.

  2. “That when the same cannot be done openly I will secretly use the poisonous cup, the strangulation cord, the steel of the poniard, or the leaden bullet, regardless of the honor, rank, dignity or authority of the persons, whatever may be their condition in life, either public or private, as I at any time may be directed so to do by any agents of the Pope or Superior of the Brotherhood of the Holy Father of the Society of Jesus.”
    From JESUIT Extreme Oath of Induction
    as recorded in the Journals of the 62D Congress, 3d Session of the U.S.
    (House Calendar No. 397. Report No. 1523)
    Congressional Record—House, 15 Feb. 1913, pp3215-3216
    http://www.theforbiddenknowledge.com/hardtruth/jesuit_extreme_oath_of_induction.htm

  3. “The movie concludes by emphasizing that Batman must become the villain, but as usual it never stops to notice that the Joker is actually the hero.”

    Interesting conclusion.

    Never occurred to me in quite that way.

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