(Submitter note: had an agreement with this guy over The Turner Dairies, basically the second testament of Neo-Nazis and White Nationalists every, before I realize that the dude's a White Nationalist, I wanted to provide context but kept saying it was too long)
Zheyno: I doubt Oklahoma City Bombing had any to do with the book and more out of revenge for the Waco Massacre. And plus this line you’re drawing includes stories such as “V for Vendetta”…
Zheyno: It might have been Feds planting evidence trying to deter attention away from Waco. These are the same people who have, time and time again played dirty to advance an neoliberal capitalist agenda.
Besides McVeigh's anger for the government came from how he was treated in the military and after, not from overtly racial reasons….
Zheyno: Even if it is the case, then religious books would carry the same stigma of promoting “evil”. But they don’t, unless being labeled so by a state or state backed institution.
If one cannot draw a line without making exceptions, then should be no line. For artistic expression differs from one individual to another and can only be appreciated through self-discovery….
Zheyno: The President of America is often labeled a nazi, yet he isn’t behaving like described. Could that term be open to interpretation as well?…
Zheyno: Because it’s a well written book that does something different than the clique norm. Modern art is boring, repetitive, and doesn’t satisfy me, so I like to try new things to keep me from falling into depression….
Zheyno: Have you read the opening pages? It describes a world much like 2020, racial tensions to such a high degree, where ordinary people who wish to be left alone, are treated the same way as those groups they wish to persecute.
I think it‘s brilliant writing, for it speaks of a scenario that people think too extreme like other dystopian novels, yet much like the movie “Joker” the radicalization of such characters into aggressors, feels so interesting when given context on what motivates humans to take such a dark path.