“KILL THE BAD GUYS” — Badman Killer is Not a Lone Wolf

The Batman Killer, who murdered a lot of people in Aurora, CO movie theater during a showing of the latest Batman movie, has been described by police as a “Lone Wolf.”

At least 14 people were killed and 50 wounded during an early Friday morning screening of the new Batman movie at the theater in Aurora, Colorado.

Cell phone video taken outside the doors of the theater complex showed panicked moviegoers calling out for help or searching for friends.

One man can be seen walking out with assistance, the back of his shirt covered in blood. A woman examines her body, as if checking for wounds. …

One scene stuck in [a witness’s] head — a police officer carrying a little girl in his arms. The girl wasn’t moving.  (source: http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/20/us/colorado-theater-scene/)

NOTE TO POLICE:  Do not encourage murderous psychopaths by providing them with a cool media image, like “Lone Wolf.”

Although in some sense it could be understood that lone wolves are wolf losers.  They’re the wolves that the pack beats up and ostracizes.  The ones who have no place in the pack.  Humans are very much pack animals.

Anthropologists study apes sometimes, to get insight into human nature.  There have been many remarkable discoveries.  Chimps engage in a kind of gang war.  They have been known to murder one another.

In one reported story, a monkey was ostracized from the group.  This means the other males ran him out.  The researcher witnessed him hanging around the area.  One by one, he killed the other males as they left the group to forage.  Then he moved into the harem he had conquered.

A friend of mine responded to this story, “I thought: ‘Oh, no.  No.  Happy monkey.  Swings in the trees.  Beats rocks with a stick.  Happy monkey.'”

The Angry Monkey plot line is the basic story of every Steven Seagal movie ever made. A Dangerous Man is the story of a Seagal hero who is unjustly jailed for defending his wife from an armed mugger. The rest of the movie shows him being compelled by his sense of justice to maim, cripple and murder his way through the town’s male population, sparing only a useless sidekick and winning the love of a girl half his age. His wife left him while he was in jail, you see.

For a monkey maybe doing it this way makes sense. Evolutionarily.  Watching Steven Seagal butcher people satisfied the bloodlust in a viewer’s Inner Angry Monkey. That bloodlust can easily be stirred by any Enemy — for example, someone who kills people at a Badman movie.

Britt make it easier….id say they should of shot the worthless piece of sh*t, but that be too easy and quick! a slow painful death is what needs to start happening. Nothing is changing for the better in this society, we need to go back how they use to handle crazy ass killers!

Conrad Cook Britt, surely you see how it’s thinking like that which breeds mass murderers?

Britt uh no, its people who let killers go or give them chances after chances or the number one excuse, he/she has a mental issue or the “devil” told me to do it. give me a effin break!

Britt  this loser knew what he was doing point blank. Those kids that are in the hospital or the one that isn’t alive…they deserved it right?! think again buddy!

People do not think about these things in a sophisticated way.  They think with their spines.  And that’s a problem, because when we think with our spines we fall into thinking in Steven Seagal patterns: kill the bad guys. Be a hero, just like Steven Seagal.  Just like Badman.

The killer probably thinks of himself as Badman, as Steven Seagal.  Thinking of oneself as a vigilante causes evil criminal behavior.  The problem is thinking, “Kill the bad guys.”

A news reporter on her facebook feed wrote:

Nicole Gerber So scary. Do you think this will prompt questions about beefing up security at public places like movie theaters?

It would be far better to question the Hollywood death cult that sells the myth of heroism — that to be a hero is to murder people for the greater good.  We fundamentally need to stop solving problems by killing people.

Incidentally, The Dark Knight Rises was so bad that Rotten Tomatoes had to close their website to comments.  Fans did not like critics who wrote negative reviews, and things in the comments sections were getting ugly.

Maybe the Badman killer was just a disgruntled fan.


10 comments on ““KILL THE BAD GUYS” — Badman Killer is Not a Lone Wolf

  1. V.E.G. says:

    By the way, there is a worse case than the Batman killer: Seung-Hui Cho. Cho killed 33 people including himself in the worst mass murder with firearms in the history of North America. He had North Korean blood in his mother’s side and South Korean blood in his father’s side. Two Koreas in Cho had a lethal mix.

  2. Niamh says:

    Hello, its nice article regarding media print, we all understand media is a impressive
    source of information.

  3. V.E.G. says:

    Also, that Seung-Hui Cho did perform the massacre one day after the birthday of the Eternal President of North Korea!

    Do not forget, Mark Kram, the hero of Miami. Kram, has a temper, like Lyle Alzado (both Kram and Alzado have Hebrew blood), he killed the gunman and the Kram is not a hero in his heart.

  4. V.E.G. says:

    There is another one like the Batman killer: Gameel Hamed Al-Batouti. Al-Batouti killed all 217 people including himself out of revenge and one of his victims was a Chinese-American, Frederick M. Wong (Wong over saw his country’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China). Wong is with God.

  5. V.E.G. says:

    There is another one like the Batman killer: Adam Peter Lanza. He killed 26 people in the worst elementary school shooting in the history of North America. He killed his own mother. Lanza took his own life and he is gone for good! Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung is a heroine in Connecticut!

  6. V.E.G. says:

    Also, there is a good James: James Radley Mattioli. Mattioli has the same last name as a man who discovered the cat allergy. Rest in peace, James.

  7. V.E.G. says:

    Now there is another shooting: Washington Navy Yard. There was a hero of Ulster Scot origin, Gerald Eugene Read. Also, Richard Michael Ridgell, a man of very old Maryland stock.

  8. V.E.G. says:

    Jeremiah Alvin Neitz saved many lives that day. He tried to convert the gunman, but the gunman chose to shoot himself. His brother Mike would have said, “He does not believe in God,” and Jeremiah would have said, “Well, Mike, he does now.”

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