Eugenics Lover Suffering From Unfixable Inequality
- Sep 11, 2022
The shadowy figure behind the world’s most successful 3D-printed weapon has been unmasked as a 28-year-old “incel” who claimed gun ownership was a basic human right.
Jacob Duygu, who was known by the pseudonym JStark 1809, developed the FGC-9 [F--- Gun Control 9mm] in March 2020 after becoming frustrated at the standard of existing models.
Deeply racist and violent viewsOther versions followed, but when Duygu tried to build a functioning weapon he was disappointed with the results.
He therefore decided to develop his own design, coming up with the FGC-9, which did not contain any regulated parts and could be made at home in as little as two weeks.
Using an online pseudonym he expressed the view that gun ownership was a basic human right and he believed it would help people protect themselves against tyranny and authoritarianism.
But anonymous posts, that have now been linked to him through open-source research, reveal deeply racist and violent views, even lamenting the lack of extreme Right-wing terrorist groups.
He described himself as a German nationalist and called for the extermination of Muslims. But he also praised the Nazis and celebrated the Holocaust.
Duygu was born in Germany to Kurdish parents who arrived there as refugees from south east Turkey in the 1990s.
Diagnosed with autism he became obsessed with the idea he would never be able to enjoy an intimate relationship with a woman and identified as an incel.
In June 2021 German police raided his flat and took him into custody for questioning. But two days later he was found dead in a car outside his parents’ home in a suspected suicide.
Mr Basra said: “Duygu was a very obsessive person. He initially started out with a love of guns but then became ideologically driven with a belief that gun ownership was a human right.
“But he had a huge list of grievances, especially against women and the state, and made threats online. Who knows what may have happened if he had not died when he did - he said he was a ‘ticking time bomb’. But there is no doubt that his legacy is the proliferation of these weapons.