Retarded Boomer Couple Double Headshotted by Savage Brown 11-Year-Old Adoptee

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
March 26, 2019

In these “pet owner killed by jungle animal” situations, the pet owner is always to blame. If a man’s toddler is eaten by his pet 30-foot-snake, it’s the man’s fault for introducing a 30-foot-snake into his toddler’s environment.

In this case, no innocent children or even real people were harmed by the accident, only baby boomers. Baby boomers are like human bodies which have lost brain function but which are kept alive by insulin injections and McDonalds.

They are consumer-production units, not real people.

Daily Beast:

As police investigate a pair of murders in a tiny New Hampshire town, residents are coming to terms with the shocking nature of the crime: a child is accused of fatally shooting a couple one cloudy Friday morning inside their rural home.

The 911 call came around 7:30 a.m. on March 15. Cops arrived to the Eckert family’s farm and discovered Lizette, a 50-year-old mother of three, dead of a gunshot wound. Her husband James, 48, was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. He died later that evening.

Friends described the couple as healers. They were both health-conscious chiropractors and runners who left their practice in Portland, Maine, to operate a small farm in Alton, where they raised cows, pigs, rabbits and chickens.

Lizette and James, who often went by Jim, were also devoted parents to their 15-year-old daughter and adoptive sons, 11- and 13-year-old brothers, according to one friend.

After a two-hour manhunt and lockdown of local schools, investigators had their suspect: an unnamed 11-year-old boy. Police discovered the child around 9:30 a.m. in the woods surrounding the Eckert family residence on Dobbins Way.

The boy is likely the youngest person to face murder charges in the state’s history, the Concord Monitor reported.

Autopsies revealed both James and Lizette died of a single gunshot to the head.

This brown kid did absolutely nothing wrong.

I have not seen a savage jungle creature do so much absolutely nothing wrong since Harambe was murdered by anti-gorilla negro supremacist zookeepers for attempting to remove an invasive nigger from his home.

Both jungle creatures responded to unreasonable encroachment on their environment with the only tools they knew how to use. In both cases, their supposed “victims” were shitty obnoxious “people” that should have never existed in the first place.

One fellow St. Katharine Drexel parishioner, Gertrude Hammond, told the New Hampshire Union Leader that the weekend before Lizette and Jim died, they were in attendance at Mass, followed by the annual bingo night.

The boys are altar servers. They’re just an integral part of the parish,” Hammond said, adding that the Eckert brothers ran around with dust pans, helping their older sister, who was sweeping during the bingo event.

The Rev. Sam Hollo, of Community Church of Alton, where members also knew the Eckerts, said they appeared to be a loving family. “Every indication we had is that Jim and his wife were a wonderful couple and very good parents from everything we know, and that adds to the shock of this,” Hollo told the Union Leader.

Imagine how senile and out of touch a man would have to be to feel good about himself for desecrating a church with brown jungle children who could rampage and headshot him at any time.

Imagine how much diabeetus would be required for a human brain to think it was a good idea to leave your only daughter, 15, with two third worlders who probably wanted to fiki fiki her brains out, but then the younger one shoots you both in the head so now your daughter is an orphan.

Rachel Flehinger, who briefly worked for the couple, said they loved life and were passionate about building community. “It’s a huge loss,” Flehinger said of the murders. “We’re very dumbfounded by the way it happened.”

She said Jim took time off to train for an ultramarathon. The father regularly competed in the Vermont 100 Endurance Race, and in 2018, was 42nd place in a field of 277 runners, according to the Daily UV, a local news website.

Flehinger described Lizette as a “great role model and mentor” and “the kind of woman who took you under her wing and really cared about your success.” She remembers the Eckerts hosting summer parties on their lake house in Maine.

Indeed, a 2011 bankruptcy petition shows the couple listed a boat and jet ski as personal property, along with an RV, chiropractic office equipment, and children’s toys.

They also listed several firearms: two Kel-Tec P-3AT handguns; a .22-caliber rifle; and a 12-gauge shotgun.

An RV? Thousands of dollars. A boat and jet ski? More thousands of dollars. Recreational combustion engine vacations with your internationally trafficked child slave status trophies you introduce as your “sons”? Priceless!

Miller, a runner herself, bonded with the Eckerts as a client of their Maine chiropractic office. “Lizette was tenacious in her beliefs and her convictions. She taught me a lot about wellness and health and how to question traditional, conventional thought,” Miller told The Daily Beast.

Lizette and Jim both liked to laugh and were independent and gregarious, she said. Jim could have a conversation about anything—politics, government, health—and could talk a lot during a long run. Lizette was “a born teacher and take-charge human being,” Miller said. Both of them came from large families.

Miller said that Lizette especially seemed content in New Hampshire, where she lived off her land and raised animals with her kids, who were homeschooled. The couple’s 15-year-old biological daughter, with whom Lizette was extremely close, had gotten a horse in recent years. “They were trying to live a different way, through like work and labor, a labor of love,” Miller said of the family.

“But who knows what kind of struggles she may have had with him,” Miller said, referring to the couple’s 11-year-old son, who is the presumed shooter and was absent from the funeral. “She was so independent and strong, I don’t know if she would have reached out if stuff was going on. She’s pretty resourceful in her own way and stubborn.”

Imagine what it must feel like, inside the mind of a boomer, to be unable to rationalize the death of your boomer friends at the hands of their child slaves. Obviously the man was not very good at keeping slaves.

What else is there to even say about this, really? I would vote for any candidate to run on a platform of putting all of these people in reeducation camps and giving us all of their property and vehicles and bags of money.

Death is a mercy for such as these.

Meanwhile, Lizette’s mother, Diane Kennedy, created a GoFundMe page to collect donations for the couple’s kids. Kennedy wrote that “the terrible impact of losing Lizette and Jim will be felt by their children for many years to come.”

“Beyond the primary loss of two devoted parents, the cost of education and health care, among many others things, are all burdens that their parents will not be around to shoulder for them,” Kennedy said on the site, which has raised more than $24,000.

“Because the story has been in the news, we are doing all we can to protect the children from excess attention, while still allowing the community that loves them so much and so well to help them in ways that will make a lasting impact,” Kennedy wrote.