John T. Earnest

John T. Earnest

A research organizations has issued a report documenting the wildly anti-Semitic rants that the California synagogue shooter, John T. Earnest, 19, posted online.

The report is by Michael Davis of the Middle East Media Research Institute.

He wrote about the attack on April 27 in which Earnest, a nursing student at Cal State-San Marcos, shot up the Chabad of Poway near San Diego.

One person was killed and three wounded, and authorities said he got only eight to 10 rounds off before his rifle either jammed or malfunctioned.

He quotes the Bible, claims he was “chosen” for Christianity and launches attack after attack on Jews and others, often using derogatory terms for them.

About loving the enemy, Earnest states: “Trust y— and their puppet braindead lemming normalfags to take one quote from the Bible and grossly twist its meaning to serve their own evil purposes – meanwhile ignoring the encompassing history and context of the entire Bible and the wisdom it takes to apply God’s law in a broken world.’ He continues, ‘Is it lawful to let a thief murder my friend instead of killing the thief to prevent the death of my friend?’ and answers, ‘It is not loving towards your friend to let him be murdered. It is not loving towards your enemy – the thief – to let him murder.”

The report said most of Earnest’s online activity was on a website called 8chan.

It was there that he published his manifesto, titled “An Open Letter,” around the time of the attack.

He said he started planning the attack shortly after suspect Brenton Tarrant massacred people in two Christchurch, New Zealand, mosques. Earnest listed Tarrant and Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert Bowers as inspirations.

He uses racial slurs against a number of people, including those from the Middle East, Latinos and African-Americans, but mainly attacks Jews, the report said.

He self-identified as part of the European race and as Christian, expressing an attachment to music. He said Chopin’s Scherzo No. 2 was his favorite piece, but he warned that might change.

“Killing Jews might change that – I’ll get back to you on that one,” he wrote.

His rant referenced video games and a flamethrower, and he said his attack on Jews was meant as a statement.

“As an individual I can only kill so many Jews. My act of defense is not so much about my high score – that is how many Jews I can… [send] straight to f—— hell, but rather the statement that I made,” he posted.

He speculated: “There is no love without hatred. You cannot love God if you do not hate Satan. You cannot love righteousness if you do not also hate sin. You cannot love your own race if you do not hate those who wish to destroy it. Love and hate are two sides of the same coin,” he wrote.

He lamented that “the European people are genocided around you. I did not want to have to kill Jews. But they have given us no other option.”

He repeatedly quoted from the Bible. And he includes the quote, “Hey you, you’re finally awake. You were trying to cross the border right? Walked right into that Imperial ambush. Same as us, and that thief over there,” and says that comes from the Bible.

Actually, MEMRI reported, it’s from a video game, called “The Elder Scross V: Skyrim.”

He lashes out at President Trump as a “traitorous” expletive, and says his political affiliation is “not wanting to go extinct.”

MEMRI reports he claims every Jew is responsible for the genocide of the European race, and that Jews operate as a unit to enslave the other races around them.”

He gives 15 reasons for his attack, including that Jews are “lying and deceiving the public through their exorbitant role in news media.”

And for their role in using usury and banks, starting wars, Marxism and communism, degenerate propaganda and more.

He finished: “For these crimes, they [the Jews] deserve nothing but hell. I will send them there.”

Earnest recently appeared in court to plead innocent to federal hate crime charges. State prosecutors are also prosecuting him, and he could face the death sentence in the cases.

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