To all scholars of the evolution of modern era outlaw mass murder in amerikkka, the names and the deeds of Andrew Kehoe, Howard Unruh, and Charles Whitman, should be firmly committed to deepest awareness and consciousness.
These three Martyrs each established new benchmark standards to personal vengeance via modern era mass murder, influencing later generations and showing us all what is possible, by their example.
Exactly 50 years ago today, Charles Whitman, aged 25, tortured child-slave, creation of the ultra-diseased amerikkkan educational, familial, and military structures, stabbed to death his wife and mother, then climbed to the top of the university of texas at austin clock tower, opening fire and expertly sniper shooting 47 more humans, killing 14 more.
Occurring august 1, 1966, this rampage helped to ignite the imaginations of a new generation of torture victims, revealing to all a new scope of potential for seeking and claiming personal catharsis via mass murder.
Read an entire book on Charles here:
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“To maintain sensibility is the greatest effort required. To slip would be so easy. It would be accomplished with little effort. Yet to maintain is necessary in order to benefit from the future. Of what benefit? Will benefit be derived from the future? To burden others with your problems—are they problems—is not right. However, to carry them is akin to carrying a fused bomb. I wonder if the fuse can be doused. If it is doused, what will be gained? Will the gain be worth the effort put forth? But should one who considers himself so strong surrender to enemies so trivial and despicable?”–Charles Whitman
Charles did not murder Himself. He went down fighting, waging a personal war against his society. Let us always show honor and respect for the eternally lost victims of the past, who tried, each in their own way, to express their True Reality, and in the process, to show us a pathway to Forbidden Truth.
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