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Why Did He Kill All Those Children?

ken5213 Wrote: Jan 02, 2013 2:09 PM
These violent video games teach our kids how to kill in an urban warfare situation just as the military would teach recruits how to kill. The difference is that the military teaches the recruits restraint on the battlefield and who and who is not the enemy. With the violent video games in the hands of more and more teens, it is surprising that there is not more slaughter going on.
rficara Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 12:16 PM
The military sims also teach them to DEFEND and SURVIVE a firefight. These animals have NO intention of surviving beyond the sound of the sirens approaching and most kill themselves. These are not so much murders as elaborate suicides. They don't just want to die alone they want to write their name across the map of America and make the whole world cry.

Ray from Bloombergia
NRA Life
The idea for massacring children in an elementary school or shooting up a mall filled with Christmas shoppers does not come from reading books, watching movies or listening to music. Does the incitement for such unspeakable acts come from hours of role-playing violent video games?

As we speculate on what was going on in the mind of the murderer, the media are trying to blame his evil act on the lack of gun control. But the ownership of firearms or attending a shooting range do not desensitize someone to the cold-blooded murder of many children.

The act of mass, cold-blooded murder...