Many mass killers adhere to the national Bolshevism philosophy, but this ideological connection that motivates them to commit crimes is often overlooked, said Trevor Loudon, author, filmmaker, and host of EpochTV’s Counterpunch program. There are two kinds of mass shooters, Loudon told EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program. One type is crazed young men who usually are on drugs, haveMany mass killers adhere to the national Bolshevism philosophy, but this ideological connection that motivates them to commit crimes is often overlooked, said Trevor Loudon, author, filmmaker, and host of EpochTV’s Counterpunch program.
There are two kinds of mass shooters, Loudon told EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program.
One type is crazed young men who usually are on drugs, have a bad family background, nowhere to go in life, want to make an impact, are angry at the world, and want to outdo other shooters, he explained.
Another kind is those political and racially motivated, many of whom are national Bolsheviks who have an allegiance to Russia, Loudon continued. The aspect of mass shooters’ ties with national Bolshevism is usually overlooked but it should not be because many of them fit into that philosophy, he added…. …Read More

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