Friday, May 30, 2014

Looney Toons Still Lives in California ! Part 2

Elliot Rodger, son of a Hollywood director, killed six people last week and was immediately recruited for the usual popular causes. Writers' Festival supporter Tara Moss, for instance, signed him up on behalf of women who see misogyny everywhere. ''This is a man who thought that feminism was evil because it meant that women could control who they had sex with,' she preached in a radio station interview.

True, Rodger did film a YouTube video warning: ''I don't know why you girls aren't attracted to me. I will punish you all for it.''  Yet four of his six victims were men, including his two Chinese roommates and their visitor. Nor had his roommates offended him by taking girls he thought his, but by complaining about his load music. And if there was a trigger to his rampage it was his fight with men - not women - at a party last July. He'd gotten drunk, jealous and aggressive, and lost badly. He later bought some guns and wrote: ''Who's the alpha male now?''  (Cue the Looney Toons Theme)

Others have recruited Rodger for the predictable anti-guns campaign. Like this idiot, Richard Flanagan, pet novelist of Greens voters, said, ''We have to be thankful -- we've got gun laws that mean these sort of people can't inflict as much damage as he did.''  Really? Rodger killed three of his victims with a knife and a hammer and tried to run another down with his car. Should we blame the National Knife Collectors Association also?  This is not a good case for bleeding-heart liberals: The killer was an immigrant, person of color (Eurasian) and hardly used his gun. No one of the Democratic Party could frame him as a Republican, either, which spoiled the fun of leftist media which left them with only the boring and frighteningly insoluble.

Rodger was another fruitcake, or if you like, simply deranged and had been in the hands of therapists since he was eight years old - long before puberty. What we have is yet another mass murder committed by a schizophrenic - just like those of Seung-Hui Cho, Jared Loughner, James Holmes, and Adam Lanza. Yes, they all used guns. Also, they were all males. They were all college-aged....not distinctive characteristics, but they shared that same disease that only 1% of the population has. Also, that's the thing about schizophrenics - they don't think they're sick. They think the lava lamp that's talking to them is sick. So the taking of his Risperidone, an anti-psychotic, was ignored.

Rodger's ''manifesto'' reads like Nikolai Gogol' ''Diary of a Madman'' - generally recognized as the first description of schizophrenia. It is a tale of increasing delusions, paranoia, hallucinations, and wild, grandiose self-assessments. In other words, it is a slightly less whiney version of Obama'a first inaugural address. (How many pages does your manifesto have to be before we can force you to take your medication?)

Here's some of Rodger's grand ideas he wrote for himself:
         -- ''I saw myself as highly intelligent and magnificent person who is meant for great things''
         -- '' Becoming a millionaire at a young age is what I am meant for.''
         -- ''I m like a god!''
         -- ''This was the moment when a rise of oceans began to slow and the planet began to heal.''
(No - Wait - The last one was Obama.)

Rodger's twisted mindset saw every female as a ''tall, hot blonde''. He viewed all couples as his sworn enemies causing his suffering. Describing a visit to Santa Monica Pier he lamented: ''I saw young couples everywhere. Life was too unfair to me.''  The ''cruelty'' of women apparently even consisted of the failure of any ''tall, hot blondes'' to approach Rodger and ask for sex. He would walk around for hours ''in the desperate hope that I might possibly cross paths with some pretty young girl who would be attracted to me.''  (Cue the Looney Toons Theme again!)

The Way I See It.....this was a murderous spree that can't be rationalized or fixed with a simple gun law or a #YesAllWomen campaign on social media. Forget blaming the GUN, blame America's reluctance to strictly monitor these people. A protocol should be in place countrywide to: (1) force nutjobs to take their medication, (2) if that fails ''brand them'' as dangerous with a Red Flag marker (like in airports) so they can't get hold of firearms, (3) and ultimately tell the civil libertarians to Piss-Off and reopen the Sanatoriums to remove them from society and house the uncooperative and dangerous repeat offenders.

It's hard to feel sorry for a mass murder, but it was cruel to Elliot Rodger to allow him to refuse medication and turn himself into a monster. It was beyond cruel to his innocent victims -- as well as the other victims of this string of psychopathic killers. But left-wing do-gooders are more worried about ''stigmatizing'' the mentally ill (you might hurt their self-esteem), than the occasional mass murder. WAKE UP AMERICA and get these protocols in place now!

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