Yeah, that's a great interview. Pretty enlightening, I'll say.>>448854>>448928>>449934
I surmise the primary motivation for committing such acts of terror is to become judge, jury and executioner just for a moment; a final act of defiance or perhaps narcissistic self-gratification. Rejection, alienation and/or estrangement are recurring themes with many of these people, and even a cursory through this thread confirms Lindsay is no exception. It's common for those shunned by a group to then go over the top and say, "Yeah, I'm going to reject you harder!" It's a coping mechanism for cognitive dissonance to be sure.
As much as she claims to choose Fascism for the greater good, I fail to see how any person with decent prospects, talent or promise would choose extreme acts of unprovoked violence on complete strangers as means to better political ends. At the absolute most, the tragedy would be subject to a media circus for an indefinite period of time, and politicians would exploit the events as justification to pass gun control legislation. Within a couple generations (perhaps less), the event would be forgotten, and business would continue as usual. The events certainly could be cited to clamp down even harder on free speech, so I can only see this as a losing battle.
As to what would happen if such acts would inspire greater political violence should she survive the initial acts and walk free to commit more acts, I speculate people like Lindsay would wait for someone more competent to assume control and then take the next step. It's obvious Lindsay has neither the leadership skills necessary to organize a movement nor the charisma to earn even a small group of followers who'd cling to her every word. At most, she's a talented misanthropic fiction writer with a fetish for authoritarianism.