I'm like covering my moth in disgust because he "reasoning" for why life is sooooo unfair is just pathetic; if he wanted a good relationship like that couple he was creeping on (and NO, the world doesn't perceive [the couple] kissing as an injustice, so we DON'T need to see it--Argh! Such a delusional boy), he should done some EPIC soul searching instead of being a selfish, misogynistic, racist, self absorbed prick!
When his voice deepens near the end as he reiterates, "It's not fair", I friggin' shudder, knowing that after this, he's gonna go kill a bunch of people.
As some commentors mentioned on some blogs mentioned, Elliot should have asked what its like to be poor, suffer religious or racial persecution and then came back and asked them was life fair to them? Gee, they can't possibly know what its like walking in his shoes. Its hard being rich and privileged. Man.....its a struggle being him .*sarcasm *Other than his Aspegers syndrome, how bad could it have been for him? Geez! Did Elliot know just how many guys are in his shoes that haven't did what he did ? This boy was so something else-
He talks very sinister and venegful. Still, this man was so full of himself. I mean,this guy just thought that White women should automatically be attracted to him because he want to be White and because he's rich. Elliot just kept saying that how minority men were "less deserving" because of it.Maybe these girls rejected him because of his behavior. From what some people said, he was weird acting. He would stare at you in the faintest way and then leave and when some of the students would tell him to come over to their table, he wouldn't yet he blamed these people for taking away his social life.Lesson learned here: Money can't get you everything. Elliott may have had the money, have possibly been education and prestigious background but at the end of the day it didn't matter to some of the women he desired.He may have thought that good looks ,"royality" (as he mentioned with aristocracy) and his race should have opened the door, at the end of the day the women he wanted have spoken. He couldn't accept that they possibly wanted substance. Though he wasn't the only one who had that kind of thinking, still he couldn't accept that. If that wasn't the case, he should have had plenty many moons ago.
"Lesson learned here: Money can't get you everything. Elliott may have had the money, have possibly been education and prestigious background but at the end of the day it didn't matter to some of the women he desired. He may have thought that good looks ,"royality" (as he mentioned with aristocracy) and his race should have opened the door, at the end of the day the women he wanted have spoken. He couldn't accept that they possibly wanted substance." I agree. For last I checked you can have all the money in the world- possess bounties of material wealth, but you cant buy Personality. You can't write a check for Empathy, Warmth- or Regard for your fellow man; Charity or Selflessness. Those things come only by giving of yourself. Moreover, in terms of price, such gems are beyond measure.
Entitlement, especially "male entitlement" is just a trip. That old song by the Rolling Stones about "You can't always get what you want" This guy thought he was entitled to the hot chicks and he was talking about how he was the ultimate gentleman, he was so delusional. Just a loser. Mark my words there will be more of this insanity in the future unfortunately.
I think he even said something about how he was above black men. And Him being of European descent was better than African. He was just a jerk with white privilege and male privilege who thought he should have what he wanted. What a loser. He probably was so creepy to the young women he was attracted to, they were not check for him
You know people keep pointing out his Patrick Bateman/American Psycho-type taste in music?
I think you need to make a post for Blassian Narrative. I was personally connected to one of the victims, George Chen, who was a member of my organization, Tzu Chi. One thing I've gathered is that some news outlets are not recognizing the non-white victims. And most of the victims were Asian men, men of color.
Ballisto is drafting something as we speak. I am so sorry you lost George Chen. I've been reading about him, his roommate and friend, and I am so livid they'll never get to pursue all those wonderful goals they laid out for themselves.
We're sorry to hear about George's death and its not right that news outlets are forgetting about him and the rest of the victims.
Ballisto's post is up.
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