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Originally posted by jude11
One person killing many does not reflect on society IMO. There will always be nutcases.
Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
There are and have been a sort of randomness about people losing their "minds" suddenly in the past few decades, not to say that it has never happened, but for those that are aware of programming, whether it be "mind control", or even television "programming", does it scare you that this could really happen to anyone?
With the bombardment of societies ills, and the violent culture that we live in, at this point I fear that anyone can be the next "lone gunmen". There have been many theories surrounding what makes a person lose it. What bothers me is how no one can really see it coming.
Most people that are found later on to commit horrific crimes are not the usual, living in the basement, and skinning cats. They are students, social, but secretly down right "crazy". How is it that no one seems to notice?
Before people were labeled there were things that society looked for in an individual that would gear people to keep an eye open, like enjoying violence, or saying things outside the norm. But with video games, and violence all over the place, it is more normal to have these types of outbursts, and people look the other way.
Besides things like voice to skull, and MK-Ultra rearing its ugly head, we blamed parents or even genetics for the ills of those that were placed in mental institutions. Subliminal's in movies, music, commercials, magazines etc,. We are left to struggle with what we know our mind to be telling us, and what is being put into our minds, and not knowing the difference..