transmisogynykills
voguedissent:

wocinsolidarity:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.
That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

sickening 

also if you look at the list of countries
basically all the second and third world countries voted “yes” and european/”western”/first world countries voted “abstain”
jfc
they really don’t have two shits to give about brown bodies and colonized peoples

voguedissent:

wocinsolidarity:

socialismartnature:

Breaking via ABC News: UN Human Rights Council votes to open inquiry into alleged war crimes in Gaza; U.S. is the ONLY “no” vote.

That’s because the U.S. is a direct accomplice to every war crime that Israel commits.

sickening 

also if you look at the list of countries

basically all the second and third world countries voted “yes” and european/”western”/first world countries voted “abstain”

jfc

they really don’t have two shits to give about brown bodies and colonized peoples

transmisogynykills
priceofliberty:

"I will never apologize for the United States — I don’t care what the facts are… I’m not an apologize-for-America kind of guy." — George H. W. Bush as Vice-president, during a presidential campaign function (2 Aug 1988), commenting on the Navy warship USS Vincennes having shot down Iran Air Flight 655 in a commercial air corridor on July 3, killing 290 civilians, as quoted in “Perspectives”, the quote of the week section of Newsweek (15 August 1988)

priceofliberty:

"I will never apologize for the United States — I don’t care what the facts are… I’m not an apologize-for-America kind of guy." — George H. W. Bush as Vice-president, during a presidential campaign function (2 Aug 1988), commenting on the Navy warship USS Vincennes having shot down Iran Air Flight 655 in a commercial air corridor on July 3, killing 290 civilians, as quoted in “Perspectives”, the quote of the week section of Newsweek (15 August 1988)

ericharrisblog

empathyisvital:

serialcolumbiner:

empathyisvital:

Why do people keep calling Eric and Dylan 90s kids? They’re not…? At all…?

Why not?

From what I’ve read, unless I’m picking this up wrong, 90s kids are people who were born in the 90s or who spent the majority of their childhood in…

Imo, to be a 90’s kid or a kid of any decade, you would have spent you’re teenage/early adult years in that decade. It makes no sense to consider myself a 90’s kid (as much as I might want to) for being born in the 90’s. I can hardly remember a single thing from the 90’s. Eric and Dylan, to me, are 90’s kids.

blarvink
blarvink:

tell-me-what-to-swallow0:

fuckyeahdylanklebold:

tell-me-what-to-swallow0:

fuckyeahdylanklebold:

rebandklebold:

highschoolmassacre:

whothehellkilledkurtcobain:

Was watching a show about the 90’s and look who showed up on my screen.

i love how hes spewing bullshit lies even in this still

God, he pisses me off so fucking much

I want to put his testicles in a mousetrap :)

but this is actually true, Dylan and Eric were bullying other students

Yeah, BUT Dave Cullen also claims they were popular and didn’t get bullied thrmselves. All other accounts and the 11k state that they did.

I know that, omfg. However, I was answering to highschoolmassacre, because in this still, Dave Cullen doesn’t ”spew bullshit”. 

I acknowledged this as well, he actually was telling the truth in that one moment.

Not exactly, yes, Eric and Dylan may have bullied others, but Cullen is saying “They were the people that were bullying other students” as if to say that the only bullies at Columbine were Eric and Dylan. Which is blatant rancid bull shit and absolves the administration and students of creating and perpetuating the culture of bullying and jock privilege. The only really redeeming thing in this video is that it sorta kinda debunks the “she said yes” myth and talks a little about how people manipulated the shooting to push their agendas ( and then ruins that redemption by having Newt Gingrich, Dave Cullen, and Frank DeAngelis on to poop out more bs and push their agendas)

blarvink:

tell-me-what-to-swallow0:

fuckyeahdylanklebold:

tell-me-what-to-swallow0:

fuckyeahdylanklebold:

rebandklebold:

highschoolmassacre:

whothehellkilledkurtcobain:

Was watching a show about the 90’s and look who showed up on my screen.

i love how hes spewing bullshit lies even in this still

God, he pisses me off so fucking much

I want to put his testicles in a mousetrap :)

but this is actually true, Dylan and Eric were bullying other students

Yeah, BUT Dave Cullen also claims they were popular and didn’t get bullied thrmselves. All other accounts and the 11k state that they did.

I know that, omfg. However, I was answering to highschoolmassacre, because in this still, Dave Cullen doesn’t ”spew bullshit”. 

I acknowledged this as well, he actually was telling the truth in that one moment.

Not exactly, yes, Eric and Dylan may have bullied others, but Cullen is saying “They were the people that were bullying other students” as if to say that the only bullies at Columbine were Eric and Dylan. Which is blatant rancid bull shit and absolves the administration and students of creating and perpetuating the culture of bullying and jock privilege. The only really redeeming thing in this video is that it sorta kinda debunks the “she said yes” myth and talks a little about how people manipulated the shooting to push their agendas ( and then ruins that redemption by having Newt Gingrich, Dave Cullen, and Frank DeAngelis on to poop out more bs and push their agendas)

thedeathmerchant

Anonymous asked:

Who would you say is the most intelligent killer?

dichotomized answered:

Ted Kaczynski. Without a doubt.

thedeathmerchant:

sterile-vision:

thedeathmerchant:

dichotomized:

son-of-dahmer:

dichotomized:

son-of-dahmer:

jeffreydah-mer:

blarvink:

darkmindsnohumanity:

blarvink:

In my opinion I think Adam, but you know, I may be slightly biased. I mean, he really was incredibly damn smart though, and he shared opinions with Ted Kaczynski so I think it is not really wrong for me to say Adam, but yeah.

Should we mention the fact that Nathan Leopold had an IQ of 210? He was the most intelligent of any killer and his IQ far exceeds that of any other killer out there. Even higher that of Einstein whose IQ was that of 136.
If the criteria is of not getting caught, I would say the Zodiac. Only one of his cryptic messages were ever cracked and his intelligence must be high as he seemed to use a tactic similar to something I’ve used myself in which you use small words, and incoherent messages to severely debilitate the ability if law enforcement to match the dialect to a specific subject. Not only were they able to kill multiple people, but they bragged and taunted the media, police and public.

Definitely. Adam is simply the smartest to me, because you know, he awoke me to so many things and well, he obviously was super smart in academics, logic etc etc. but if we are to go by IQs and all that, then obviously I agree. 

I vote the Zodiac.

Einstein’s IQ was only 136? That can’t be right…

It was Edmund Kemper or H.H. Holmes. Kemper had an IQ of a real genius and never got caught, he turned himself in. Once he killed his mother he was done with his spree and urges, so he called a detective he knew very well and confessed. Kemper was a literal genius and would still be out there if he didn’t have self guilt.

IQ tests back when Leopold took one are not comparable to scores on modern IQ tests, so we don’t know for sure what his IQ was. But Leopold was an intelligent man nonetheless. As was Kemper.

I consider Ted Kaczynski one of the most intelligent, if not the most intelligent killer of our times, because had an IQ of 167. He entered Harverd at only 16. He then earned his undergraduate degree by the age of 20. He earned his PhD in mathematics at the University of Michigan, where he focused on geometric function theory. He then was hired as a professor at University of Berkeley. Their youngest professor. While he was at Harvard, Kaczynski was taught by logician Willard Van Orman Quine, and scored at the top of Quine’s class with a 98.9% final grade. Sure he was captured, but he evaded capture for decades. Forensics was far more advanced when they captured Kaczynski than when Kemper handed himself in. If he were active when Kaczynski was, he would have been captured. His fingerprints would have been on the database from when he killed his grandparents.

But he was also only 15, kids make “mistakes”. Haha

He was only 15, but if he were active around the same time as Ted, when forensics was MUCH more advanced, then his fingerprints from those two murders would be on the fingerprint database that was developed after he was arrested. Therefor when he began killing again, he would have been caught pretty quickly!

Is this even real life? Adam Lanza is smarter than Ted Kaczynski? What kind of world do you fucking live in?

Ted Kaczynski is smarter than all killers. He’s smarter than anyone I know.

additionally, i’m pretty sure kaczynski is the only one to have published a book full of philosophical ravings that are not actually ravings but spot on correct.

Agreed. And he wrote his own math formulas. And he writes sheet music.

Probably not the smartest killer ever, but maybe the smartest female killer, and quite certainly the smartest female school shooter/shooter would be Jillian Robbins, at least, imo. I’m biased of course, but she has a 159 IQ, started taking college classes at 13 and was working in a nuclear reactor at 16 designing containment vessels for radioactive waste.

ericharrisblog

ericharrisblog:

The family of slain Columbine student Daniel Rohrbough on Friday destroyed two crosses that had been erected in memory of the boy’s killers.

"I don’t think any thinking person in this country is going to going to disgaree with me," said Brian Rohrbough, the father of 15-year-old Daniel.

"We never ever honor a murderer in the same place as the memorial for his victims."

Crosses for the 13 victims and the two gunmen were erected at Clement Park this week.

Rohrbough, 40, said the family took the gunmen’s crosses “to a better place.”

They were cut up and destroyed, he said.

It was an outrage that a Christian symbol was being used to honor Eric Harris, 18, and Dylan Klebold, 17, Rohrbough said.

Rohrbough and Daniel’s stepfather, Rich Petrone, along with Daniel’s grandfather, tore down the crosses.

Most bystanders agreed with the action, Rohrbough said.

It began Thursday, Rohrbough said, when police took down signs that his family had placed on the gunmen’s crosses. The family asked the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department to relocate the crosses, but nothing happened.

The Illinois carpenter who built the crosses had said earlier Friday that he wanted to include the teen-age killers in his memorial.

"They had a mom and a dad," said Greg Zanis. "They had friends. I think everyone has lost here."

Zanis has been planting crosses for victims of violent deaths for 21/2 years. He estimates he has built almost 200 crosses in nine states.

"It’s very important for a family member of a victim to go to the last place a family member was alive," said Zanis, whose father-in-law was murdered in 1996.

Zanis first built a cross for Sandy Contreras, the mother of a 6-year-old who was killed in a drive-by shooting. Then he put one up for his father-in-law. People started asking him to erect crosses for their loved ones.

Zanis said Brian Anderson, a junior who survived the April 20 rampage at Columbine, asked whether he would put up crosses for the 12 students and the teacher who were killed.

Zanis met Brian at Clement Park when he arrived with the crosses.

"He didn’t say much," Zanis said. "He was was just sitting on the hill crying."

Zanis and his son, Chris, who had driven 16 hours straight from Illinois, took out their shovels and headed to the top of the hill. People in the park helped dig.

When they finished, Zanis and his son drove away.

"I didn’t want to stick around for any media," Zanis said "I’m not a counselor. I’m not a minister. I’m a carpenter."

(source: rockymountainnews)

He would complain just the same if they moved Eric and Dylan’s crosses somewhere else. "How can you have a memorial dedicated to the two shooters, you’re making it all about them, what about the REEEAL victims??!” Honestly I’d imagine him and other people would be MORE upset if they moved them somewhere else. He seems to have no empathy for Eric and Dylan, or their family’s grief. IF Eric and Dylan were buried, it would come as no surprise to me if he vandalized their graves, his behavior with the crosses is little different, both actions show a deep lack of respect for the dead and their loved ones.

"I don’t think any thinking person in this country is going to disagree with me," I do. I fucking disagree with you. Way to go saying that anyone who disagrees with you doesn’t think. Remembering the lives of all 15 victims is not illogical, arrogant, or shows a lack of empathy, on the contrary, believing only 13 were victims and only they and their families deserve respect and sympathy IS.