Sunday, September 17, 2006

Gill In the Armed Forces

The Dawson College killer had a brief stint in the Canadian Armed Forces. Showing again the authoritarian personality that would be evoked this week in Montreal.

Radio-Canada reported that Gill wanted to join the Canadian Forces to follow in the military footsteps of his family in India. The military confirmed that he took a leadership course in 1999 at an army base in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, east of Montreal, but dropped out after a month. He wasn't there long enough to get any weapons training Shooter had brief military service

The question here is if he was unacceptable to the Armed Forces why was he later allowed to buy guns through a gun club.

Of course his conflict with authority afirms the fact that he was suffering from what Wilhelm Reich called the emotional plague. The Little Man syndrome sees ones self as conflicted wanting to be in charge but hating those in charge. Hating the world around him because he hated himself.

Listen Little Man

You are different from the really great man in only one thing: The great man knows when and in what he is a little man. The little man does not know that he is little, and he is afraid of knowing it.

For you are afraid of life, Little Man, deadly afraid. You will murder it in the belief of doing it for the sake of "socialism," or "the state," or "national honor," or "the glory of God."

I recognized the deadly fear of the living in you, a fear which always makes you set out correctly and end wrongly. You had the happiness of humanity in your hands, and you have gambled it away.

You yourself create all your misery, hour after hour, day after day. You think the goal justifies the means. You are wrong: The goal is in the path on which you arrive at it. Every step of today is your life of tomorrow. You stand on your head and you believe yourself dancing into the realm of freedom.

You could have long since become the master of your existence, if only your thinking were in the direction of truth. You are cowardly in your thinking, Little Man, because real thinking is accompanied by bodily feelings, and you are afraid of your body. Many great men have told you: Go back to your origin - listen to your inner voice - follow your true feelings - cherish love.

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