We now know that Elliot Rodger sent his manifesto to many people – from news outlets to friends to parents & his therapists just hours before embarking on his mission to kill as many blondes as possible. Turns out that he would fail miserably in that, because after stabbing his 3 Asian roommates to death in his apartment, he was then denied access to a sorority where there would presumably be the stereotypical blonde that came to represent the epitome of all he hated in his warped mind. He ended up gunning down another male & 2 females – who by all of his whiny despairs of wanting a beautiful blonde woman – none of whom fit the bill for what he promised to do.
In the eyes of his parents & therapist though, he followed through on his threats. For as the therapist had sounded the alarm upon seeing Elliot’s retribution video, emailed his parents with concern. Email? Yeah, way to show some urgency there therapist. If you know his therapists name, we would love to expose that quack. Anyways, his parents, from different locations in Los Angeles, both realized the threats were very serious, & set off in search of their son in Santa Barbara – which is an hour and a half away. While in route, they heard on the police radio of a shooting in Isla Vista…..they knew their son had not failed. The massacre he vowed he would do had come true. The very manifesto that confessed Elliot wanted to kill his step mother & younger brother was the manifesto that was driving his father & mother on a frantic search to save their son – & the public.
The manifesto reveals that assuming he would not have been caught after his shooting spree, he planned the next day to kill his stepmother, Moroccan-born actress Soumaya Akaaboune, and step-brother Jazz, six. Soumaya, seen here on the red carpet at the 2012 Hunger Games Premiere, with Elliot’s father & Elliot himself.
The deranged killer wrote: “I will not allow the boy to surpass me at everything, to live the life I’ve always wanted. It’s not fair that he has the chance to have a pleasurable life while I’ve been denied it. It will be a hard thing to do, because I had really bonded with my little brother in the last year, and he respected and looked up to me. But I would have to do it. If I can’t live a pleasurable life, then neither will he! I will not let him put my legacy to shame. In order to kill Jazz, I would have to kill Soumaya too, but that will be easy. But what if father is in the house to stop me? Would I have to kill him too? That would be too much. I remember, when I was a child, I had dreams about my father dying, and I woke up crying to my mother, in which she would comfort me and tell me that it was just a dream. How could my life have resorted to the point where I am the one to kill my own father? I felt sick to my stomach. I concluded that I would have to set the Day of Retribution during a time when my father is out of the country, on one of his business trips. It would be too risky to try to kill him. I might hesitate at the last second.”
The following is a break down of 3 topics of his 146 page manifesto: listening to his sister have sex, & putting the spotlight on the 2 girls he writes about the most.
Listening to sister have sex:
“I eventually grew to hate him after I heard him having sex with my sister. I arrived at the house one day, my mother being at work, and heard the sounds of Samuel plunging his penis into my sister’s vagina through her closed room door, along with my sister’s moans. I stood there and listened to it all.” - Elliot Rodger’s Manifesto (Page 137) (CLICK)
The first real friend I made in the United States was a girl named Maddy Humphreys. Isn’t that ironic? The first friend I made in the United States was a girl! She was the first female friend I’ve ever had, and she would be the last. Maddy and I started playing together at Farm School, and eventually my parents became very good friends with her parents. Maddy’s father is the famous British musician Paul Humpreys, and her mother is named Maureen, though we would call her Mo. They had a nice house in Hidden Hills. Our families got together often to have barbeques and dinners. I was a 5 year old boy playing with a girl my own age like any normal boy would do. I was enjoying life in a world that I loved. I was happy, and completely oblivious of the fact that my future on this world would only turn to darkness and misery because of girls. This girl who was my friend, Maddy Humpreys, would eventually come to represent everything I hate and despise; everything that is against me, and everything that I’m against. I was playing innocently with this girl, in the manner that all children play.
We even took baths together; it was the only time in my life that I would see a girl my age naked. When I think about the experiences I had during my friendship with her, it makes me think ominously of the fact that all children, boys and girls, start out the same. We all start out innocent, and we all start out together. Only through the experiences and circumstances of growing up do we drift apart, form allegiances, and face each other as enemies. That is when wars happen, and that is when the true nature of humanity rises to the surface. At this stage of my life, of course, my war hadn’t started yet, and it wouldn’t start for a long time. I was enjoying my life without a care in the world, not knowing that all of my joy is destined to turn to dust. (Elliot Rodger’s Manifesto, A LOT more mentions of Maddy on Pages 5 6 7 8 10 13 14 17 36 37 68 70 80 133 134 (CLICK)
Now on to the 2 main faces that Elliot Rodger points to as the central triggering of his hatred for woman. They are Maddy Humphreys & Monette Moio, & boy is the latter a piece of work! I don’t mean in a good way either. Both deleted their facebooks, well Monette deleted 1 of her 5 facebooks, LOL. Seriously, what is up with people finding it necessary to delete their facebooks? What do they have to hide? If nothing, what harm is it in people looking at it? They delete it as if they are scrambling to cover their tracks from something, which there is nothing to hide, they are victims from being named in a psycho’s manifesto, so why even give the appearance that you are acknowledging the insanity by disrupting your normal activities? Can they really not handle ignoring messages that are delivered to their “OTHER” inbox on facebook!?
First picture is of her now deactivated facebook page.
The only time I did care was when a group of popular Seventh Grade girls started teasing me, which hurt a lot. One of these girls was Monette Moio, a pretty blonde girl who was Ashton’s younger sister. She must have thought I was an ultimate loser. I hated her so much, and I will never forget her. I started to hate all girls because of this. I saw them as mean, cruel, and heartless creatures that took pleasure from my suffering.
My experience during Middle School really darkened my view of the world, and it would only get darker from then on, as I suffered more and more. The way I was treated by girls at this time, especially by that evil bitch Monette Moio, sparked an intense fear of girls. The funny part of this is that I had a secret crush on Monette. She was the first girl I ever had a crush on, and I never admitted it to anyone. To be teased and ridiculed by the girl I had a crush on wounded me deeply. The world that I grew up thinking was bright and blissful was all over. I was living in a depraved world, and I didn’t want to accept it. I didn’t want to give any thought to it. That is why I immersed myself entirely into my online games like World of Warcraft. I felt safe there.
A few moments into the party, I ran into an old face. He noticed me first and called out my name, saying “Is your name Elliot?” He was none other than Ashton Moio from Pinecrest Middle School! I hadn’t seen him since 8th grade. He was now in the process of starting a career in acting, and he had a small part in the movie. I actually read about this beforehand, but I didn’t expect I would run into him at the after party. Ashton’s sister, Monette Moio was nowhere to be seen. I suppose the bitch wasn’t invited, hah. I remembered all of the pain she caused me during my 8th grade year at Pinecrest (Elliot Rodger’s Manifesto, he mentions Monette on Pages 44, 45, 110 (CLICK)
This is her deleted Facebook Page:
Well 1 of them anyways. Apparently her memory from the Hollywood parties she has embraced since middle school is a bit foggy, so she forgot to delete her other 4 facebook pages:
It is likely she simply forgets the passwords & recovery info for them all, & just kept creating new ones. Otherwise, who really has 5 facebook pages of themselves? A conceded stuck up spoiled Hollywood blonde bimbo – that’s who. She can’t claim they are impostor pages – each is fully loaded with status & pictures from way back. Even trolls aren’t that committed to the effort of full on access to personal details & pictures.
& so based on rubbing us the wrong way with 5 facebook pages to show off her – to use an Elliot word – “Goddess beauty” – with a knock off name from the famous Monet, who paints herself (not as a hobby, but literally paints on herself), & through our investigations of her social media postings, conclude that her famous father is downplaying her bullying of the now infamous Hunger Games Killer Elliot Rodger. She, along with her prissy bitchy cutthroat ruthless gang of Hollywood’s elite girls, DID bully Elliot Rodger. Absolutely no excuse for his festering seething building anger that culminated in a massacre – he is absolutely a psychopathic nut job who didn’t have 1 sane view on sex, relationships, or people at all – but based on our findings of the painted Monet(te) having few values since 12 when she started drinking & partying in her superficial culture of cutthroat life within Hollywood, we are going to believe Elliot’s manifesto on just this one thing. She bullied him. She is probably in denial & doesn’t even remember her school days. I remember if she remembers the stomach ulcers she gets from her alcoholism!? LOL ends up in the hospital, & wants sympathy & attention – like bitch please, stop drinking & maybe you wouldn’t be there. Her interests are better served by dismissing the accusations completely. We aren’t fooled. Her father John Moio, a famous Hollywood stuntman, who I’m sure gets the same treatment from his daughter as when she’s at school, said:
Yeah, OK, because 10 year old’s are in 7th grade. FALSE! Enough said. Why believe a guy that let his daughter get drunk whenever she wanted? Visuals say it all. A sample from her various facebooks from when she was WAY UNDERAGE.
Another girl, Brittany Story, is talked about on Page 107 of the Manifest. What he wants to do to her & her boyfriend – just wow. Who can believe quiet shy nerds sitting in the back of classes across America are thinking like this?
& our light hearted ending to this article is about a water slide. Got my McDonalds drive-thru & in my bag was this card:
What a production! All those sponsors, all that organization – a lot to do about nothing! The website for the event is even sillier: The price for it is a rip off – $10 to go down the 1 second slide ONCE! LOL no word yet on if they broke the record, but apparently more than 150 people slid 1,976 times down the two inflatables. They filmed the 2 hour historic-hopeful event & sent it in to Guinness World Records. Now what a way to spend the cities money, huh!