by Moody Adams Sure, Loughner was mentally unbalanced. This is obvious, but the question remains why was he unbalanced? God said in the ancient book of Proverbs, “All they that hate me love death” (Proverbs 8:36).
The accused killer apparently hated God. The Associated Press said he was an “ardent atheist.” On his YouTube comments he said that Karl Marx's "The Communist Manifesto" and Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf," were among his favorite books, both of which were written by anti-God men.
In 2008, Loughner told police he used a marker to write two symbols that meant “Christian” on a street sign in the town of Marana, near Tucson, according to a police report. The town prosecutor moved to drop a charge of writing graffiti after Loughner completed a diversion program, court records show.
He despised government, which is ordained by God. His YouTube channel, echoed his hatred for the U.S. government with the song "Red, White and Brainwashed," a theme to the group's 1996 album entitled "Die for the Government." “They use the flag to control us Brainwash us to be their patrotic slaves Programs our minds by controlling what we learn The only difference from the nazis is that Someone tried to stop them RED WHITE AND BRAINWASHED RED WHITE AND BRAINWASHED”
The heart will find something to love. Hating god leads to loving death. The accused killer was obsessed with death. He even had the replica of a human skull on a backyard shrine. He loved a replica of death. He loved killing people. All indications are he intended to die on the day of the shootings.