On December 6 1989, a 25 year old man named Marc Lépine entered a classroom at École Polytechnique university in Montreal, and wielding a legally obtained Mini-14 rifle and carrying a hunting knife, and opened fire in two classrooms before turning the rifle on himself. Claiming he was “fighting feminism”, he separated the men from the women, and systematically began shooting people, specifically targeting women, leaving 14 women dead and 10 women and 4 men critically wounded. Apparently, he had left behind a suicide note in which he blamed feminism for ruining his life, and listing 19 women he considered to be feminists and whom he wished to kill. A number of the survivors later committed suicide because of the horrible nature of this crime, and the scars it left on their lives.
BUT FIRST, WE MUST REMEMBER IN NOVEMBER, OR THE LAW WILL NOT FOLLOW OUR HEARTS, AND WOMEN WILL BE PROPERTY, AVAILABLE FOR LEGITIMATE ABUSE. - jkl
Via Religulous, Deanna Dahlsad