posted on Mar, 5 2007 @ 05:25 PM
This is an interesting topic. It happens qite often though. When someone, say, shoots people at random in a mall, like the SaltLake City Massacre..
The person doing the shooting most likely has a motive for doing such a thing, mostly the ones who do such things are martyrs to their own beliefs.
And also like Harris and Klebold, the Columbine Shootersm i'm certain they had a motive and a message. Their message? It's basically up for
society to descipher. It's not just .. KILL KILL KILL. There's more to these kind of things.. But people pass it off as just a tragic event,
though it is, there is a lesson that can be learned from such a thing. I don't believe in "right or wrong".. But I do believe in,
"Damn...That's F****D up".. Heh. "We are going to kick start a revolution", Eric Harris. They knew what they were doing, and to them they
believed it was right.. Although it hurt many people in many hurtful ways, they still believed what they were doing was right, so they carried it out.
It's pretty sad when someone considered a nobodie has to do such a thing to be heard in society.