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Subject: The philosophies of mass killers and attempted mass killers Tue Aug 31, 2021 9:53 pm
Eric Harris: Misanthropy Anarchy (probably Anarcho-Nihilism? Individualist Anarchism?) Existentialism Individualism Moral Nihilism Anti-religion Social-Darwinism?
Jeff Weise: Native American Nazism? Well this is probably more a political viewpoint, maybe he was just a depressed teen that wanted revenge for the trauma and abuse he experienced in his short 16 years of life and thus he had no philosophy?
Dylan Klebold: A general hatred for society it would seem based off his journal Existentialism? Anti-religion
Tim Kretschmer: He believed mankind was evil when speaking to a psychiatrist when he was hospitalized, so it would seem he was a misanthrope
Matti Saari: Misanthropy
Vladislav Rosylakov: Nihilism His shirt did say "Hatred" on it, but hatred for what? School? Teachers? Students? Maybe it meant a hatred for mankind
Marc Lepine: Anti-Feminism, though like Weise this is probably a more political standpoint
Pekka-Eric Auvinen: Misanthropy Positive Nihilism (he believed while life is objectively meaningless, individuals can still subjectively determine their own meaning) Existentialism Individualism Anti-Democracy, though he also seemingly hated governments in general Antihumanism Anti-religion Social-Darwinism
Elliot Rodger: Extreme/radical Misogyny and a general hatred of women Misanthropy
Anton Lundin Pettersson: Anti-Immigration White Nationalism - once more these are more probably political viewpoints
Ted Kaczynski (not a mass killer): Anarcho-primitivism, he wanted industrial society overthrown He believed in Natural Power Process
Adam Lanza: Misanthropy He seemingly had an Anarcho-primitivist viewpoint Hatred for human culture Anti-religion
Guilherme Taucci Monteiro: Hatred for the Brazilian government
Matthew Murray: He hated Christianity (in particular Fundamentalist Christianity it would seem)
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Subject: Re: The philosophies of mass killers and attempted mass killers Mon Sep 13, 2021 8:12 pm
Elliot Rodger - couldn't get pussy
note on Ted K. with anprim though, I don't think he really associates himself as an anarcho primitivist- he split from Zerzan (anprim dude that went to his trial) and the whole name of anarcho primitivism during his trial because he thought the leftist causes of the anprim's were pointless and distracting. classic kaczynski stuff y'know