What's are your opinions on him

Oliver Young
Oliver Young

What's are your opinions on him. Some viewed hiim as a terrorist and other viewed him afs some sort of hero after the incident at Waco.
What does Holla Forums think of him

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truthinourtime.com/2010/02/19/timothy-mcveighs-manifesto/
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_McVeigh#With_Nichols.2C_Waco_siege.2C_radicalization_and_first_explosive_devices
3-3-3.org/docs/Kaczynski's comments on McVeigh.htm

Jayden Walker
Jayden Walker

it's him not hiim
saged for bad grammar

Adam Robinson
Adam Robinson

a true American hero.

Austin Fisher
Austin Fisher

after the incident at Waco.
Waco was David Koresh.
Pic is Timothy McVeigh, who blew up the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 19 children under the age of 6.

He was neither terrorist nor hero. He was a mentally ill man who was allowed to live out his violent and deranged psychoses because it is illegal to hurt someone's feelings by locking them up when they are dangerously mentally ill.
The only connection between McVeigh and Koresh was that the government failed to protect innocent people from two men who they knew were violently mentally ill.

Asher Russell
Asher Russell

killing 19 children under the age of 6
Children are a legitimate and valuable target, they have been for hundreds of thousands of years and still are.
McVeigh is a Hero who put Clintons communist government in its place and the US federal government still has to pay for executing him.

Joseph Baker
Joseph Baker

19 children under 6

Brody Richardson
Brody Richardson

Oh no, offspring of fedshits getting offed, how terrible. I feel so bad. Wow. The feels.

Jose Torres
Jose Torres

Wow, three in a row completely missed the fucking point. Are you guys stupid or just over-reactionary? Let me spell it out for you a little more clearly so that you can (hopefully) understand. The term "terrorist" and the term "hero" do not, and can not, apply to McVeigh (or Koresh) because what they did was not an act which resulted from rational deliberation. It was not technically a conscious act. It was an act driven by delusion and irrationality, and therefore can not be attributed to them as individuals making a fully conscious decision as terrorists or heroes do.
The terms do not apply. That was point 1.
Point 2, which you would have gotten to if you had not been so hyperdefensive, is that like you I hold the government to be culpable for these acts. They never should have happened, and it is the government's fault that they did. My rationale for that is a bit different than yours, but the fact is that we do agree on the conclusion.

Adrian Brown
Adrian Brown

what they did was not an act which resulted from rational deliberation
implying
Try not being so upset.

Alexander Smith
Alexander Smith

nah he was a terrorist
b-but muh..
no buts, you fucking homo

Xavier Gutierrez
Xavier Gutierrez

Bump for interest

Nolan Cox
Nolan Cox

Mcveigh saw Waco and Ruby ridge as a warning for what was to come. He set the record straight.

Remember, there was a rumour going around at that time that the feds planned to disarm right wing militias, which turned out to be true.

Read his own writings, it's a good read.
truthinourtime.com/2010/02/19/timothy-mcveighs-manifesto/

Parker Stewart
Parker Stewart

Op here. That's what I meant when I made this thread

Aiden Parker
Aiden Parker

McVeigh was a patsy. Watch A Noble Lie.

Gavin Powell
Gavin Powell

Why save one of the few thought provoking threads?

Dominic Baker
Dominic Baker

The thread is basically done and I don't think it needs to be bumped further after giving my two cents.

Dylan Ward
Dylan Ward

Because your opinions are godsent? Faggot please

Landon Wood
Landon Wood

He died for our sins

Levi Cruz
Levi Cruz

The only connection between McVeigh and Koresh was that the government failed to protect innocent people from two men who they knew were violently mentally ill.
wrong

the Waco siege was a large part of McVeigh's motive

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timothy_McVeigh#With_Nichols.2C_Waco_siege.2C_radicalization_and_first_explosive_devices

the government murdered a church full of people and then one man held them accountable for it

Robert Evans
Robert Evans

He truly was a hero that deserved.

Jackson Edwards
Jackson Edwards

Here's the way I see it: All those kids? They were children of feds. A good chunk of them probably would have grown up to be feds themselves. Fuck 'em.

Jason Robinson
Jason Robinson

He made no sense

Aiden Martin
Aiden Martin

Dude "did nothing wrong" as they say. At least I cant personally judge him badly.

The ATF in Waco murdered 20+ innocent kids because of their botched arrest and siege. Dude was just extreme, but he wasnt wrong in his sentiments. The US goverment is doing some bad shit in its citizens name. Look how the CIA is the #1 terrorist training organization in which the JSOC has to clean up and kill the CIA trained anti-American killers. Now we suspect the CIA is doing more than the Golden Triangle. They are part of the pizzagate child trafficking.

Easton Brown
Easton Brown

Real patriot bump

Ayden Harris
Ayden Harris

giving a shit about federal children

who gives a fucking shit mate, he was a great an hero

Ayden Gray
Ayden Gray

Is he still alive? Did her get hurt?

Wyatt Gonzalez
Wyatt Gonzalez

This sums it up nicely, Mcveigh did nothing wrong
I can go "muh children" for how the gov acted at waco and ruby ridge too.

Robert Howard
Robert Howard

His execution was aired on live TV. Not even joking.

Ryan Sullivan
Ryan Sullivan

*closed circuit tv to a select number of persons and not recorded
fixed that for you

Chase Garcia
Chase Garcia

Nope, it was televised. I watched it. They had a PIP of him on the bed and cut away before he expired.

Logan Wilson
Logan Wilson

Bizarre to think people used to blow shit up for human rights in burgerstan.

not a single word about Ted Kaczynski
3-3-3.org/docs/Kaczynski's comments on McVeigh.htm

this is correct, but i wouldn't be surprised to see it be a berenstein thing.

Kayden Sanders
Kayden Sanders

bubble butts

Ethan Foster
Ethan Foster

Bizarre to think people used to blow shit up for human rights in burgerstan.
it's so bizarre to want freedom/to not be ruled by a total dictatorship

Jeremiah Taylor
Jeremiah Taylor

implying the right to live under sharia law isn't a human rights

James Howard
James Howard

what do explodeyfags bomb for now? every "standoff" in the last couple years just ends in citizens bending over. people looked at 9/11, then turned back and their balls were missing. it's weird af that NSA/Snowden/Wikileaks/etc didn't result in a boom.
mission accomplished already m80. cops get told to stand down in child abuse cases in Murrican muzzie community to let them handle it internally.

William Russell
William Russell

He was a hero, we need more men like him tbh.

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