To me, he was right, and I had the same thoughts as him before reading his work, but I don't understand why he would commit acts of terrorism. What would that realistically achieve?
You can understand the modern world *and* at the same time be mentally ill. He was a complex person, Uncle Ted really needed a wife so he could have hope in the future
to have his writings published and read by many people i suppose
Doesn't he deny being the UnaBomber?
>>13451268Between bombing people he sent hate mail to his parents. It was mixed up with his personal issues, also cia nigs MKUltra'd him.
>>13452147No, according to his plea deal he acknowledged the fact that he is responsible for the crimes.
>>13451268the bomb stuff was actually pretty smart when you think about itHe was using technology and a complex human system precisely to demonstrate their dangers and the lack of control we have over such thingsIt was as much of a message as his writingsThe thing is he must've known he would get caught eventually but I guess he also knew that nobody would bother with the ravings of some hermit unless he put actions along with his words and they had to be big enough for everybody to sit up and take noticeI'm guessing by the time he decided to start doing it he had already checked out of society