Today is the 30th anniversary of the École Polytechnique massacre in Montreal in which 14 women were murdered by a gunman driven by a hatred of feminism and feminists.
Here are names, photos, and brief biographies of the women killed in the massacre.
Here’s an essay by Anne Thériault on why it’s important to remember that the killer, Marc Lépine, was motivated explicitly by antifeminist ideology, not simply a hatred of women in general. “Marc Lépine was hunting feminists on December 6, 1989,” she writes.
His followers are still hunting feminists, and they don’t care what labels those feminists use. We can’t save themselves by trying to appease men who see us as less than human. All we can do is keep rattling the cage until it finally breaks.
Here’s a post of mine looking at the similarities between the killer’s beliefs and mainstream Men’s Rights ideology. And here’s a post about a MGTOW manifesto arguing that the killer “had the right idea” but had picked the wrong targets. (He laid out just who he thought would make better targets, namely “the femanazis and their goverment puppet masters.”)
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