Manifesto of Californian Hollywood Normality

That was a pretty cryptic title, but it’s mostly about mass murderers.

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Hilarious manifesto, I read most of the last half. Judging by a bit of corroboration in the news reports, the details given in the manifest are correct, such as the murderer refusing to speak to his sister’s boyfriend. That may just be the 99% truth to hide the 1% deception, but it’s good to have confirmation via independent sources. Presumably independent.

So here we have a… person who wants to kill his sister because he’s jealous of his siblings. He thinks he is God, a divine entity that punishes the guilty. Like Dexter or something. His father is a big Hollywood producer or some smuck high up. Hollywood has raised enormous funds for the Leftist alliance’s war on humanity. How, poetic, that this ended up influencing one of their valuable scions to go ballistic on other rich families.

No paste and copy at scribd. Humanity is a disgusting, wretched, depraved species. If I had it in my power I would stop at nothing to reduce every single one of you to mountains of skulls and rivers of blood and rightfully so. You deserve to be annihilated and I will give that to you. You never showed me any mercy so I will show you none.

As I’ve come to learn more about humanity and its flaws, it truly does look more disgusting and wretched. I don’t believe in humanity as a species. I believe in the potential of humanity itself. That may be a rather copy pasted remark from another author’s words, but it will have to suffice. I have seen for myself valor, honor, dignity, liberty, and strength in individual humans. The species itself may be hopeless and full of 68% evil, but that is why it is so exceptional that there are individuals who don’t let the crabs pull them down. The murderer of our little story here, never did meet a single person like that. Not a single one. He grew up in the Hollywood, Leftist, culture, why would he ever meet one? All they have are zombies, child rapists, Polanskis, gun runners in California, and supporters/Obamacans of Hussein O and Eric (Justice is not blind, for I am her eyes) Holder .

The price of enlightenment and knowledge is pain, despair, and hate: hating the very thing one valued and loved. The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil is not merely an allegory for me, for I’ve seen it in the lives of humanity itself.

The murderer in our final story would have been a good Islamic Jihad convert. Virgins in heaven, using jihad to kill infidels, it’s pretty much the same thing.

(side stepping to a different topic)

The conditioning used on soldiers to make them obey orders to pull the trigger and kill, is mostly using game feedback to reinforce the consequence of accuracy on target with immediate reward, and punish bad actions such as shooting friendlies or hostages with punishment. This makes it into a semi automatic decision, where people are not pulling triggers on humans, but merely targets, scoring points, etc. If the shooter lacks a justification afterwards, guilt and PTSD hits. But this training allows people to distance themselves from the act, allowing them to pull the trigger without hesitation, in most of the cases. In WWII, there was a lot of rumours that most people didn’t even fire their weapons. The training was different. What is seen in this manifesto is the obverse selection. The actor removed himself from humanity itself, he did not remove humanity from his targets. That is interesting, but as a consequence there are no “safeties” on that kind of conditioning (violent conditioning).

The natural hesitation of humans when it comes to killing humans has to do with our desire for love, comraderie, and social acceptance. We don’t kill, because we fear being hurt and killed ourselves in return. If we remove even ourselves from being human… the sky is the limit to what one can do, free of social restrictions. It will then answer the Ultimate Question posed by Socrates.

I would rather die having spoken in my manner, than speak in your manner and live. For neither in war nor yet in law ought any man use every way of escaping death. For often in battle there is no doubt that if a man will throw away his arms, and fall on his knees before his pursuers, he may escape death, if a man is willing to say or do anything. The difficulty, my friends, is not in avoiding death, but in avoiding unrighteousness; for that runs deeper than death.——Socrates before the Athenian Democratic Utopia

Without social restrictions and social morality dictating what a person does, is that person Good or Evil? If we presume to exclude God and the Devil from the picture, and the temptations of the snake con artist, how would a person decide what is Good and Just without external influences?

Socrates made one decision. The murderer makes another. People who hate humanity’s flaws, as I do, would never forgive humans for their evil, just as Plato never forgave humanity and its politics for the death of his sensei, Socrates. But it is the very existence of Socrates, those who society commands to be evil, and yet can refuse in the presence of Death itself to obey evil, that makes a difference for us. There are people like that, for real, living amongst humanity. The truly righteous, those who are on the side of justice, even if everyone around them demands that evil be done. The 3% who fought for freedom in the American Revolution, before it was popular and risk free. The geniuses and Cassandras that are always rejected, misunderstood, and disbelieved. Human history is really a history of these 3% pulling the rest of us along. People in the modern 21st century may benefit from microwaves, economic logistics, and science, but they never built any of that. They contributed 0, to the advancement of human ingenuity and progress.

The murderer fell into despair when he thought society itself was evil and that no one was strong enough in society to resist temptation and evil. Not even himself. He had no role models. The one he constructed of females, fell apart. It may have been saved by one virtuous woman, but he saw none in Hollywood and California (no surprise). So he just self destructed, taking as many people with him as he could. For such a pathetic example of “humanity”, he couldn’t even get as many as Ft. Hood 1’s Hasan did. Whether this is tragic, comedic, or just a downright hilarious waste of resources, will depend on your personal taste.

I’ve seen far worse. This is little more than theater to me. Californian and Hollywood theater at that.

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