Go where he went online. Talk to who he talked to. I keep seeing snippets of this manifesto all over the place.
It’s not rocket science.
You can find all the same ideas talked about in any numbers of groups online.
What specifically makes this man stand out is that he murdered people in cold blood that he did not consider people.
What good it is to want to learn, “Why he considers people not people”? Do I want to find out how much I agree or disagree with his assessments?
What’s the trio?
It’s not rocket science.
If a man decides: “Humans that I do not know do not deserve to live today”, why does he get a special audience?
A lot of people have it. I know a lot of people who write their “This is Me And My Thoughts About The Way Things Ought To Be”.
Man’s a criminal to me who murdered individuals he does not know in cold blood.
I guess that 80% of the readers do so for inspiration, not for “understanding”.
Can you answer what inspires you to share a man’s manifesto?
A) Murder is wrong.
B) Murder is good.
I’m not debating. I’m asserting. Nothing to debate.
“But what about…” is deflecting.
MSM Narrative: 49 people are dead.That’s what I read.
Guy from Australia,
shoots people he doesn’t know
and murders them in cold blood.What’s to debate?
Knowledge of a standard, boring narrative about end of ‘our people’?It’s a 100 year old narrative at least. Popular in the 1920s in the USA.
Only reason the USA flipped around is that Hitler was personally inspired by America’s successes giving the illusion of equality without actually granting it and he did things that later America said, “no no no, that’s not us”.
Nazi scientists studied America’s ways to improve their own social programs they were developing.I’m born and raised in the USA. It’s something we all learn implicitly when raised here at some level.
It’s not a party thing. It’s how America thinks.
I’ve known you two around here for a while. I know your religion. It ain’t mine.
Two things happen with that manifesto:a) It’ll be picked apart by idiots who will “find significance” in the stupidest things.b) It’ll be an inspiration piece for ‘the guy that actually did it”.Neither is my thing.
Whole livestream, manifesto, archives of everything he wrote, saved quickly by devotees.That’s the power of the internet. I’m fine with that. I just don’t need to join in.
I don’t care if you read it or not. My approval isn’t needed. I just find the picking it apart for ‘significance” (ooh, he says “subscribe to pewdiepie!” does that mean… ) – or a few other memes I saw. Whole thing sounds like a sad joke and that’s how I’m taking it.But 49 people are dead at the end of one man’s gun, who I don’t consider any kind of hero.So for me? Nothing to debate.
Go to 8chan. Discord. iFunny. Youtube. The mindset all over in bits and pieces. Whole thing’s easy enough to find too. I’m not stopping anybody from reading it. I just don’t see the need.It’s part of the “oh no, ‘our ppl are disappearing unless we do something about it” narrative.Not my circus.
I think it probably has enough misdirection in it that there won’t be much meat to analyze. I suspect it’s an audience-aware document. Written knowing how mainstream media will predictably read it and how academics will probably read it while also expressing memetic sentiments common in the groups he went to.I think it’s a circus performance with all that distinguishes him is that he murdered 49 people he didn’t know in cold blood that he didn’t consider human.
Learning how to misdirect is part of the training you get in these groups, not so different from engaging in standard online debates except it’s got a different set of goals altogether.