From Mad World: As the UCC shooting remains strongly talked about across the nation, many have been wondering if such an atrocity could have been prevented. As it turns out, tidbits of the killer’s manifesto have been released, and he just so happens to answer that exact question – and his reply is rather chilling.
Over the weekend, Mad World News reported that the UCC killer deemed one of his victims “lucky.” After pulling the “lucky one” from the crowd he was about to fire upon, he handed him a package and told him to stand in the corner before commencing his mass murder. The Blaze is now reporting that the package was actually an envelope containing a flash drive with his manifesto on it.
With that now in possession of police, not too many people have had a chance to look it over, but, according to People Magazine, a source was somehow able to glance over a few pages. “He says, ‘Many will ask how can they have prevented this? You can’t,’” the source reportedly said aloud while reading from the manifesto. “’You could never give me what I wanted. Nothing could have stopped it.’”
The UCC killer explained his reasoning a bit more in depth, as he continued by writing, “I’ve been forced to align myself with these demons and become one of them. At first, it was involuntary, but now I am aligned with them. I now serve. When I die I will become one of them. My success in Hell is assured.”
So, he thinks he’s gonna be Satan’s right-hand man or something? Ahh, the Great Deceiver…this poor soul is in for a rude awakening. But don’t worry, it’s only forever.
Someone associated with CNN was able to sneak a peek at another portion of the manifesto as well, though their findings were a bit different. According to the news network, the UCC killer complained of not having a girlfriend and being a virgin at the age of 26. The Associated Press would later corroborate these claims as well.
Another sentiment shared within the document stated, “Other people think I’m crazy, but I’m not. I’m the sane one,” according to an unidentified official who spoke with theAP.
From the sounds of it, the UCC killer did in fact have a manifesto, and it is in the hands of police. Of course, I’m also leaning toward the fact that it’s another dime a dozen, “poor me,” 900-page statement released by a sexually frustrated loser that decided to take out his personal frustrations in the most barbaric way physically possible.
This is made especially clear as he reportedly whined that he had “[n]o job, no life, no success.”
People need to get a grip. Life is not fair and not always fun, but that’s just part of it. It’s called being an adult. A personal relationship with Jesus Christ would have prevented his demonic possession, but unfortunately, Jesus is no longer welcome in our schools.
(h/t: The Blaze)