It's not really about guns,it's not really about mental illness
He said,we've always had guns,we've always had mentally ill people,so what's new about these instances?
It seems that the new parenting styles are not just a historical anecdote. We as a society are responsible for churning out these kids
They have no personal responsibility. If they fail in school,it's the teacher's fault. If they lose their job,it's the boss's fault,not the fact that they never showed up to work
They are so quick to blame someone else,and it's coupled with violence everywhere we go. Video games,movies,tv
Parents think nothing of letting their kids play violent games for 12 hours a day instead of making them go interact with real people.
So we end up with kids raised on violence and isolation. Some of these are mentally ill as well
These guys see the mass killings as going to war. They don't see the people as real. They are just targets in a game,enemies to be eliminated
We should all be VERY scared
The psychologist said these killings are not over,and we haven't seen the worst yet
Unless we completely change every aspect of our society,we're screwed
He pointed out that other countries have guns,yet they don't have a fraction of the gun deaths we do.
We're messed up here in the USA
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