Thanks to whomever posted this link to his youtube video rant:
Jared College Video
After listening to him speak, I'm afraid that he was much more coherent/sane and had a much more specific complaint about the current state of
society than I believed at first glance or, frankly, would like to admit.
Postings on the internet can look crazy especially coming from someone with communication issues, but when you listen to someone speak and can see
their body language you pick up much more in the way of context, implied meanings, etc...
Some experts claim that when someone speaks only 30% of their meaning is conveyed by their words and the rest of communication is nonverbal or
From looking at the video and piecing together some of Jared's other posts, it seems that he had very specific beliefs about an authoritarian/fascist
government controlling social constructs such as perception of time/date, currency, and violence (police & war) while suppressing the civil liberties
granted in the constitution.
He says that "its not the real date," which kind of reminds me of the Christian belief that the world is actually only 8,000 years old, but I think
for him is different in that he believes their is some purpose in fooling everyone about what the real date is, as if trying to conceal something in
our history, or about the nature of reality itself.
"Illegal transactions, illegal currency, and teachers being paid illegally" I think is fairly easy to interpret as many people in the world and
especially on these boards can recognize many simple fallacies with our debt based "infinite"currency.
He says that our current wars/occupations in the middle east are "illegal," and rails against the police as enforcement of the whole
He also discusses how tptb control society and minds through language or "grammar control."
He feels that the suppression of civil liberties in combination with other authoritarian measures is resulting in the "genocide" of these
"illiterate" students, and he is "pissed off" at the guy that took away his "freedom of speech" with a B. Additionally he is personally
hopeless and feels that he may end up "homeless" because of the illegal systems that are controlling society.
This particular tone of the video is a clue that he is becoming violent and careless. I think his dad somehow knew (intuitively and logically) what
was going on or suspected it and that is why he chased him the morning of the shooting.
At one point in the video you can see his reflection in a glass door and read his body language, in addition to hearing him speak and listening to his
tone. Insightful but disturbing.
He comes across as someone that feels hopeless with his personal situation and future and blames a mysterious governmental force for his woes and
controlling society (and minds) and committing "genocide" on the students, therefore he feels justified in committing acts of violence on the
government or governmental structure. He seemed much more coherent and sane than I imagined him to be.