Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Anti-racism in action

Jake Evans shot and killed his mother and sister because of his hatred of their "racism." From the Daily Mail:

Evans, who was home schooled, said he argued with his 15-year-old sister, Mallory, that day after she made a racist comment, and he felt his family were becoming people he hated.

"The people who are racists, bullies, and who are full of themselves are the really evil ones. And it amazes me because those three qualities are extremely common today."

"I was very sad because I felt like my own family were becoming the people I hate," he wrote.
If Evans had ever attended a Tea Party rally, the media would be screaming about right-wing extremism. But a story about a REAL hater -- and these "anti-racist" types are consumed with searing hatred -- gets swept under the rug.


Anonymous said...

I've got a small inkling that the peckerwoods in prison aren't going to be too fond of this insane little freak.

Weaver said...

Homeschooling + allowing free TV access? I expect the TV is a worse influence than are the schools.

Anonymous said...

This guy isn't insane he is EVIL by choice. The TV and motion picture industry is loaded with evil influence. Why??? Somehow good people have sat back and complained about those industries while not being willing to invest in good TV and film projects. I know most of us struggle for cash and keeping up with expenses while our jobs go to China etc.; but, the EVIL crowd manages to fund EVIL projects. Evil flourishes when good people do nothing. I'm sure this guy had an abundance of problems but the influence of evil in entertainment must be countered by investing in good.

TV and motion pictures are a powerful influence that can be used for good or evil.

Weaver said...


there's a great abundance of positive and acceptable (neutral) media entertainment.

And there are bloggers/websites with movie lists. Progress might be made by making our own lists and propagating them. Note: My views aren't perfectly reflected by the following:

Americana Pictures is also worth checking out. Also, something like Saturday Night Live could be done on the cheap from our perspectives.