reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
The thing is, I think a lot of people who are younger, haven't been around to see as much take place. Some people were children when 9/11 happened,
and have little understanding about what the world was like before that. I cannot deny that our country has changed since 2002. I have been around
long enough to see many terrorist attacks, but none that changed our laws so greatly. Times have seemed to get a bit darker since. Fear has been
brainwashed into people, and it goes back to the terror level chart, implemented after 9/11. Look how they tried to use this, in order to create fear
So what is different now? Well, I agree that there has always been killings in this world, and at some points in history, much more. But I think it's
safe to say that the shootings have grown in numbers, as of late, this year. I for one believe we are being introduced a psyops in order to fear the
masses into giving up their guns. As I have said before, if at first they don't succeed, try try again.
Some young people, tend to think things have gotten worse since their own childhoods, through the late 80's and 90's. Every generation tends to
think and feel that way when something big happens.
My grandparents used to talk about how Pearl Harbor changed their lives forever, and how WWII brought them into some of the darkest times. Talk to the
baby boomers, and they will tell you that for them it was Vietnam. Talk to some Gen X'ers, Y'ers, and they will say it was the Gulf Wars and 9/11.
Every generation has seen it's dark times, so I don't think that anyone is specifically mistaken about what they are experiencing here in 2012,
wherever they are living in the world.