Five Favorite Psychological State of Mind Quotes From Outlaw Murderers

Listed in no particular order, because all are True and uplift the Self:
“Society had its chance, I’m going hunting, hunting humans.”—James Oliver Huberty
“I’d have killed a thousand if I had enough bullets.”——Howard Unruh
“I see myself more as a victim rather than a perpetrator. I was cheated out of my childhood.”—-John Wayne Gacy
“The whole thing – the cries, the blood, the agony – gave me relaxation and a certain pleasure. What I did was not for sexual pleasure. Rather it brought me some peace of mind.”—-Andrei Chikatilo
“You feel the last bit of breath leaving their body. You’re looking into their eyes. A person in that situation is God!”—-Ted Bundy
Rage, hate, suffering, victimization, experienced and reflected, with courageous honesty. Facing Yourself as you are, there is tremendous honor within this path, there is clarity of Self, Truth and True Reality integrated to consciousness in a way humans almost never achieve.
Let us thank all who stand up!
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Howard Unruh, Trailblazing Pioneer of Modern Era amerikkkan Mass Murder Movement.


Howard Unruh, Torture Victim and Pioneer Outlaw Mass Murderer, Interrogated By amerikkkan Prosecutor/Persecutor, September 7, 1949.


  1. Seer out of curiosity may I inquire who your “favorite” serial killer/mass murderer is? Sorry but Manson doesn’t count because public knowledge is that he hasn’t killed anybody personally.
    Lubitz for me.

    1. I appreciate, admire, respect, and honor all outlaw murderers who express their True Reality in a reflective and lyrically beautiful way that finds harmony within their own mindscape.
      If they love themselves enough to not Self-harm at the end, and to grace us with verbal or literary words of offensive attack and philosophical wisdom, all the better.
      I choose not to name individuals as favorites at this time. And you do not get to judge for Me, who “counts” as a serial killer, mass murderer, or successful outlaw seeker and claimer of vengeance, because your definitions and judgments are not applicable to or for Me.

  2. Unruh coulda killed more if he had prepared more. So why say the bullet thing? Don’t get it. Guess he just decided “i’m doing this right now” lol

    1. Seekers of vengeance do not need to justify either their actions, or operational tactics, or chosen communications with humanity, to others. You can judge them as your True Reality dictates, but your judgement reflects only upon you, not upon them.
      My universal hope for all who seek and claim cathartic vengeance, is that they view their own life path choices as successful, that they achieve their own uniquely internal goals, to a level of perceived personal satisfaction and success, rather than frustration and failure.
      Howard had 60 years of time, after his mass murder rampage, to reflect back upon his chosen life path, and I can only hope, with sincerity and a mind-meld of altruistic identification, that he was able to appreciate and honor Himself and his life path.

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