Why the shootings won’t stop anytime soon
Unnecessary acts of violence being replicated and duplicated by youth and young adults continues to reap havoc on communities, neighborhoods places of worship, learning institutions, places of employment and recreational areas all throughout the U.S.A, destroying families, friends and business. The Latest Mass shooting was executed by 18 year old Salvador Romas, who seemed wholeheartedly on killing 20 people and leaving more than 100 others with life altering injuries leaving Uvalde residents devastated.
HOW DID SOMETHING LIKE THIS HAPPEN
When will our learning institutions take responsibility for not providing students the education needed to prevent incidents like this.Where are the scholars from our prestiges colleges and universities. We supposedly have the some best in the world.
Ask yourself, why aren’t kids in America public schools being taught the importance of Civility,
Something kids should be taught an early age.How to deal with adversity, how to resolve issues without using violence as a means. By doing so society as whole benefits, lives our saved, families are kept in tact, friendships and bonds are strengthen.
The likely hood of a kid growing up and becoming a criminal diminishes drastically.
Which means as a nation we’re putting in the work that prevents our citizens from becoming, Prisoners threats to society, homegrown Terrorist or killed by an act of unnecessary violence.
How often do we see kids playing with toy guns. So why are we so surprised when a kid commits an horrific act. Every major city in America is currently witnessing a youth and young adult gun violence pandemic . There are more kids under the age of 21 committing crimes with guns than adults are.
double standards leads to confusion and untruthfulness
When a mass shooting happens at a workplace the perpetrators are called disgruntled employee’s. But when a teenager commit a similar crime the finger is pointed at the parents or the household. When will our learning institutions take responsibility for providing the education needed to prevent incidents like this.Where are the scholars from our prestiges colleges and universities. We supposedly have the some of the best in the world.
It’s definitely time to question our psychiatrist, doctors and other health officials, the people who are getting paid hefty salaries to keep us safe. It doesn’t look like they’re doing a great job
More than 100 thousand people died from an overdose in 2021. The question is how many of those victims died from prescribed medicines.