Journal entries apparently written by Texas mall shooter Mauricio Garcia detail his hatred toward women and several races, including his own Hispanic background, and a perverse devotion to the “Aryan” race.
Over a hundred pages of the handwritten diary were posted as pictures alongside ID cards, snaps of Garcia with Hooters waitresses, his guns and racist tattoos on a since-deleted profile on a Russian social media site viewed by The Post.
The demented rants include messages supporting Nazism and reminiscing about when he “became a full blown white supremacist.”
“Don’t they care about the future of their race,” the 33-year-old Security Guard wrote in one rambling post referencing historical moments that failed to “wake white people up.”
“Their (sic) like children everything has to be done for them. When are you going to grow up can’t you Aryans do anything by yourselfs (sic). Darn those Aryans.
“Maybe their (sic) not worth saving, Aryans of the World. RAISE YOUR HANDS UP RIGHT NOW OR YOUR ALL GOING TO DIE.”
Garcia, who killed eight before being shot dead by police, later added: “I used to think of myself as Benny from [movie] The Sandlot. An all American kid who just happens to be not white. I’m just a visitor. I’m Hispanic whether I like it or not.”
In kids baseball movie “The Sandlot,” the character Benny leads a tem of kids and eventually goes on to become a pro ball player.
Garcia’s abhorrent screeds also targeted women and people of the Jewish, Asian and Indian descents, among other populations.
He wrote about his short-lived stint in the US Army — who confirmed he had been kicked out during basic training over the state of his mental health — saying he had “never been around so many white people.”
“And you know what? They weren’t the racist the media made them out to be. I then met actual White nationalist & that’s when I became a full blown white supremacist.”
“[O]ne of my white friend’s actually said, ‘I’m not a racist compared to you,’” he bizarrely bragged.
In another post, Garcia described how he believed “Western man towers over everybody.”
“If the Aryans ever decide to take back America their (sic) not going to have a hard time,” he wrote, “Every time I’m about to fight another Hispanic just like umbrellas they fold…”
Other parts of the diary Garcia described both his apparent hate for women and lusted after them. In entires he frequently refers to women in derogatory terms and uses vile terms to describe them.
In one entry he wrote: “Their’s (sic) no way in hell I would ever sleep w/ the women of a race I hated. Unless it was rape (because rape is a special kind of evil).”
At other times Garcia — who reportedly called himself an “incel”, short for involuntary celibate — wrote about women he had crushes on, professing his love for certain girls he appeared to know, saying he “touched himself” while thinking about them, and imaginging himself in heroic terms whenever he interacted with them.
In one entry titled “10/6 The Day Of Awesome” Garcia describes how two girls were sympathetic toward him after he had injured his foot and been in hospital for treatment.
Armed with an automatic assault rifle, Garcia killed eight people and wounded seven others over the course of four minutes outisde a mall in Allen, Texas on Saturday.
Police have said he arrived at the Allen Premium Outlets at about 3:36 p.m., when he hopped out of a gray Dodge Charger and opened fire.
The eight victims included two sisters and a 3-year-old boy and his parents.
An Allen police officer who was responding to a different call in area rushed to the scene and fatally shot a heavily-armed Garcia.
A video appeared shortly after the carnage on a YouTube page investigators believe was linked to Garcia.
The clip shows Garcia taking off a Scream mask and asking viewers, “Not quite what you were expecting, huh?”
As for the social media site where Garcia posted his journal entries, the shooter posted an animated picture of a bear standing next to a full moon.
“May 5 Friday 2023,” the post stated. “Moons full loser’s (sic). See you in the morning.”
The hundreds of photos and journal entries posted to social media site over the past several months were deleted Tuesday afternoon. They included pictures of his tattoos, including a black swastika covering the left side of his chest.
Garcia’s page also featured several photos of other people wearing swastikas and Nazi regalia and even a Nazi wedding with the bride and groom in uniform.
“My kind of people,” he captioned the photos.
Garcia also shared images of himself smiling with Hooters girls, and screenshots of movie star Renee Zellweger.
“Now that’s a girl who knows how to make a guy smile. How to drive a guy crazy,” he wrote.
Other images showed several rounds of ammunition, and boxes of the bullets with the caption, “Locked and loaded.”
Alongside images of his guns, he wrote: “Me testing out my toys.”
Garcia’s stepfather told the Daily Beast Monday he and his family “want answers” just as much as the public.
“You know how people are feeling about this, this horrible thing,” he told the outlet. “Believe me, it’s horrible.”
With Ronny Reyes
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