Marc Lépine – Manifesto

In many ways, Lepine’s manifesto shares a great deal with Elliot Rodger’s explanation. Both letters are rife with misogyny and anger directed toward women, and in Lepine’s case, women alone were undoubtedly his targets. However, unlike Rodger’s expansive life story, Lepine’s letter is barely one page in length, a small scratch on the surface of what must have motivated him. He writes “the feminists have always enraged me,” and then lists 19 names, saying “the lack of time (because I started too late) has allowed these radical feminists to survive. Alea Jacta Est.” The Latin phrase means, “the die is cast.”

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