The famous journalist and expert on Marc Lepine, Francine Pelletier was astonished when a few hours after the massacre, scores of men on talk radio were openly approving of the killer's gesture and hailing him as a hero. What was going on in the head of such men calling these talk radio programs in 1989? A man having lost his house, his car and all his money in a divorce is surely entitled to a just measure anger, he is entitled to hate. Hearing on the radio then that someone had killed scores of feminists, this could not be anything else but good news for these men who had lost everything in 1989. So, thousands of them were approving of Marc Lepine of course. They had lost everything in the divorce, they were filled with rage and a desire for vengeance, and Marc came, and so to say avenged them in a spectacular gesture. Of course they loved him for that, he gave them back their dignity.
Feminists will have some day to put in their thick heads that men have a right to hate and a right to vengeance. This is THE SALARY OF INJUSTICE, and they should have thought about it before corrupting society as a whole. They should remember also that the beginnings of democracy was to avenge similar wrongs and INJUSTICE. What Marc did that fateful day was nothing else but an act of justice: he pulled that trigger to avenge thousands of fathers stripped of power, estranged husbands, and broken men. He did it for the poor too, for those who don't have a voice. For the rejected and the dejected. We have hinted many times unlikely similarities with other legends like Jesse James and Robin hood: givers of hope. The fact remains that the little man in the street needs something in his daily life to hold on, some beacon of hope, and Marc has become such a hope. Retrospectively, we can dare say that if he symbolically pulled that trigger for thousands of wronged men in his time, now millions perhaps are pulling it mentally with him. There is a connection here: a connection OF LOVE.
And what about women and feminists? Did he do something for them too? A new incarnation of Christ perhaps? But we all know that feminists are hopelessly secular and atheists, and don't believe in redemption. They never fell because they are perfect, so they don't need any God. Nonetheless, is it perhaps possible that Marc did something for them too? Of course. They will never admit it, but he was their liberator also. Liberate feminists! From what? From monstrosity. Some feminists having unhealthy thoughts of genocide, they needed to be yanked away from them through a salutary shock. Lepine provided such a shock. Valerie Solanas was the first to openly promote gendercide and reveal to many women the monster they could become. In 1968, in her S.C.U.M. Manifesto she advocated the total extermination of men. In 1982, Sally Miller Gearhart contended that we should let live only 10% of the male population and exterminate the rest.
So, what is the message here, what was Marc Lepine trying to say to women? He was telling these thousands of women and feminists who were secretly dreaming of killing men and approving gendercide: STOP BEING MONSTERS, and we will perhaps begin again to love you some day. Be good and men will immediately stop to hate you, even start to like you again in the future. This is the message of Marc: stop your plannings of genocide and gendercide, YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE MONTERS ANYMORE. If you stop acting like monsters, we will start to love you again. This is clearly a MESSAGE OF LOVE, a message of hope.