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The "Bad Apples" of each generation
(11-22-2018, 09:08 PM)gabrielle Wrote:
(11-21-2018, 01:50 PM)Ghost Wrote: Lindsey Smith (age unknown, but she is probably a Millennial): Notorious #Resister and both an anti-white and anti-male bigot

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What has this person done, specifically?  I couldn't find anything about her on a quick google search, for all that she's "notorious."
Fine; I'll get rid of her from the list.
Here are some more bad apples:

Bard "Faust" Eithun (b. 1974): Murderer of a homosexual man (he stabbed the man more than 30 times) and participated in the burning of the Holmenkollen Chapel.

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This unidentified 10-year-old girl (b. 2007 or 2008) that dropped a six-month-old baby and stomped on his head. Her face is blurred in this photo.

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Michael "Enoch" Peinovich (b. 1977): Founder of The Right Stuff, a notorious neo-Nazi media outlet. Ironically, he has a Jewish wife and a half black brother. Peinovich is in the center of the photo.

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Gregory Ramos (b. 2002 or 2003): The teen from Florida that strangled his mother because of bad grades.

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Luke O'Brien (b. 1987 or 1988): The Huffington Post journalist that doxxed conservative figure Amy Mek.

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Billy Roper (b. 1972): Notorious identitarian leader from Arkansas. He is also the founder of White Revolution and the Shield Wall Network. Billy Roper is the one holding the Generation Identity flag.

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Julio Pino (b. 1960): Former Kent State University professor that openly celebrates jihadism, espouses anti-Semitism, may have links to ISIS, and lied to the FBI.

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Henrik Palmgren (age unknown, but he is probably a Gen X): The man from Red Ice.

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Another bad apple has fallen from the tree:

Chérif Chekatt (b. 1989) - the perpetrator of the recent mass shooting in Strasbourg
We have another fellow, age 49, implicated in a wide-ranging terrorist plot.

Editor's note: This story contains language that may be offensive to some readers.

Updated at 6:30 a.m. ET

A 49-year-old Coast Guard lieutenant charged with stockpiling weapons and drugs is being described as a "domestic terrorist" who was planning "to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country," according to court documents filed in U.S. District Court in Maryland on Tuesday.

Federal prosecutors say Christopher Paul Hasson, a self-described white nationalist living in Silver Spring, Md., was amassing firearms since at least 2017, while cultivating plans to launch a widespread attack on prominent Democratic lawmakers, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and several high-profile television anchors from MSNBC and CNN.

More from NPR.


According to court documents, he had a spreadsheet for targets. These were (all [sic]):
-"JOEY" (Presumably Joe Scarborough)
-"Chris hayes"
-"Sen blumen jew" (Richard Blumenthal)
-"sen kaine"
-"ari melber"
-"shumer" (Chuck Schumer)
-"don lemon"
-"poca warren"
-"beto orourke"
-"maxine waters"
-"sheila jackson"
-"ilhan omar"
-"chris cuomo"
-"van jones"
The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi or the dedicated Communist  but instead the people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction, true and false, no longer exists -- Hannah Arendt.

For bad guys, most of the school shooters seem to be Millennials. The angriest of Millennials make the cynicism of Gen X look idealistic. Does anyone speculate why this is? For Millennials the killers are the outcast loners whereas with Boomers the bad guys are the charismatic people that everyone thinks is a good person. Why the difference?
There have been some very bad GI's -- John Dillinger, Howard Unruh, Ed Gein, Clyde Barrow, Bonnie Parker... and most seem to be loners in a generation that saw them as outliers. Outside the United States are such contemporaries as...OK, I need not list a bunch of Nazis and Stalinists.

Maybe you forget the worst of all mass killers, Timothy McVeigh, who was X. I remember seeing an interview of him in which he responded to the reality that small innocent children had died when he blew up the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. He called such death "collateral damage"! McVeigh had pent-up anger, and he was even arrested wearing a shirt that had an image of Abraham Lincoln, a gun pointed at him, and the words "Sic semper tyrannis". The allusion was to the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.

It is hard to figure out the murky mind of someone so horrible as McVeigh for what he did.
The ideal subject of totalitarian rule is not the convinced Nazi or the dedicated Communist  but instead the people for whom the distinction between fact and fiction, true and false, no longer exists -- Hannah Arendt.


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