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Black Marine arrested for planning anti-White race massacre

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Trenton, New Jersey – A Black USMC veteran has been arrested after federal prosecutors asserted he was planning a racially motivated mass shooting against White people. The individual stated he wanted to “cause mayhem on the White community” and said as a Black male, he wanted to “erase” as many as he could.

According to reports, the suspect, identified as 23-year-old former US Marine Joshua Cobb, of Hamilton, was a frequent user of the gore video website “Watch People Die” under the moniker “1dayUsuffer.”

Federal authorities announced that they had arrested Cobb on Friday after an investigation determined he had allegedly planned two shooting sprees to specifically target innocent White people in the state of New Jersey. Attack sites included a Jersey Strong gym and an Aldi grocery store in nearby Robbinsville. Online, Cobb had stated he had “access to guns and the will to kill a lot of people,” prosecutors said.

Black 23-year-old Joshua Cobb, a former US Marine, desired to “erase” White people, and had plans to commit a mass shooting at two different areas, including a gym, in his home state of New Jersey, feds say. He is pictured here with an Airsoft team, a hobby he expressed interest in on the internet message board, Airsoft Society. Photo: Joshua Cobb Facebook.

In March of last year, the Black armed forces veteran stated on social media that he “fantasized” about the adrenaline rush he’d feel during a racially motivated slaughter, saying, “I’d probably OD on my own adrenaline after the 10th body goes down.”

“I want to cause mayhem on the White community. The reason I specifically want to target white people is because, as a black male, they will NEVER understand my struggles,” Cobb is said to have posted to social media in December of 2022. “Same way I will never understand their struggles, but I don’t care to. I want to erase them. All of them really, but in this case as many as I possibly can.”

For planning an anti-White race massacre and engaging in race-based intimidation, Cobb has been charged with one count of transmitting a threat in interstate and foreign commerce. He currently sits in custody at the Monmouth County jail. At an initial court appearance on Monday, a judge ruled that he be detained until his next hearing on Friday, reports say.

If convicted, Cobb faces a meager sentence of up to five years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine.

Court documents show that federal prosecutors unveiled a long list of alarming social media posts that Cobb had allegedly penned. Other statements, including those he made to federal agents and those he kept on his cell phone, were all admitted as evidence.

Among the posts—which were said to have taken place from December of 2022 to as recently as 2024—was a threat to attack and kill Whites in New Jersey.

He further alleged that the attack would be “close to an important holiday to their race.”

“I have a location in mind already, which I have frequented for the past year, and I am certain nobody there is armed to be able to stop me from spraying them to the ground,” he apparently said. “I promise I will make everyone feel my f—ing pain. My deep, sincere, raw, & sharp pain,” he continued.

According to reports, Cobb had joined the U.S. Marine Corps, completing basic training in October of 2023. He was deployed to the Marine base in Twentynine Palms, California, in February of 2024. Prior to that, Cobb was said to have posted descriptions of cat torture, and opined about “the struggles of being a young Black man in poverty.”

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While federal agents did not specify how they became aware of his plans to massacre White people, court records state that they interviewed him on base in California and sized his phone in April. His phone was said to have contained notes which alleged a plan to smuggle guns into New Jersey.

During an interview with federal agents, Cobb discussed his hatred of “privileged White people in New Jersey, as well as a plan to attack a Jersey Strong gym due to his familiarity with the location. According to the feds, Cobb said that he would attack the location during its peak hours at 5 pm, using a backdoor entrance often used by kids to sneak inside.

“I currently lack the means necessary to kill as many as I intend to, but one day I will have the available resources to purchase the appropriate weaponry for my killing,” read a note on the phone

He also admitted to wanting to shoot up a neighborhood Aldi store in honor of Payton Gendron, the man convicted of a mass shooting at a Tops grocery store in Buffalo, New York. Cobb said that he “liked” Gendron’s “style,” which included an “element of surprise.”

“I want to cause mayhem on the White community. The reason I specifically want to target white people is because, as a black male, they will NEVER understand my struggles…I want to erase them. All of them really, but in this case as many as I possibly can.”

Joshua Cobb, Court Documents

Among Gendron, Cobb was said to have also revered the Jewish mass killer Nikolas Cruz, who gunned down 17 people at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Cobb said he felt a “connection” with the Jewish killer, and “felt his pain.”

“All my life I have been doub(t)ed… Ive been taken as the joke… ive been fcked around with… well now its my turn,” Cobb said per a federal press release. “I am going to kill one of you motherckers I fcking hate humanity. All of you fcking duck and I don’t give a single fck about any of you though I may appear I do.”

“Im ready to g(e)t to the good part of my story where I start taking you mother fckers out and killing you all… My rampage will soon happen… I plan to now continue accumulating the necessary equipment needed to execute. Once all equipment is in, time will then tell. You will all die,” he said in another.

This story is developing, and the Justice Report will continue to provide updates as they become available.

The New Jersey Strong gym that Cobb had allegedly planned to kill White people, according to court documents. Photo: Google Maps.

The chilling desire of a Black man to commit a race-based mass shooting should not come as a complete surprise. According to data maintained by mass-shootings.info, over 70% of mass shooters in the United States in 2022 were Black, with Whites accounting for only 15% of all mass shootings. The data asserts that the lion’s share of these mass shootings takes place at house parties, on streets or roads, or inside residential tracks

Racially motivated violent extremism has only multiplied in recent years, often serving as the dark impetus behind numerous anti-White killings, shootings, and other hate crimes in the United States. In February, a Black Felon with a history of anti-White social media posts was responsible for the murder of three White men—including one EMT—during a heavily armed confrontation in Burnsville, Minnesota.

The Honorary Rukhsanah L. Singh, magistrate judge currently presiding over Cobb’s case in NJ Federal Court. Photo: APALA NJ.

In March, a Black man was arrested and charged with a hate crime for launching an anti-White tirade inside a Walgreens in Columbia, Missouri. Reports state the man, identified as 47-year-old Mark Elliot Lewis, threatened to start “killing White people,” over a perceived delay in receiving his prescription medication. In July, anti-White hatred culminated in the shooting deaths of four elderly White people in Hampton, Georgia. The mass shooting stemmed from Black US Army Veteran Andre Longmore, who led police on a city-wide manhunt until he was ultimately put down.

Most famously, anti-White hate fostered by transgender mass shooter Audrey “Aiden” Hale resulted in her training the barrel of a gun on six people—including three nine-year-old children—and shooting them dead inside a Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee. Despite leaked pages of her manifesto clearly highlighting her racially motivated desire to murder White children, so-called extremism experts at the Anti-Defamation League refused to classify Hale’s shooting as an act of race-based extremism.

While White people continue to be the targets of hate-based violence and abuse, the US federal government asserts that it’s White supremacy, not anti-White hatred, that presents the ‘most dangerous terrorist threat’ to the nation.

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