Society Blames Others For Its Illness
[On school shooter Pekka-Eric Auvinen]
… we can see this school shooter and extreme right/left wing dictators as what they really are, which is a force of natural renewal much like the forest fire that kills off the weak trees and lets the others divide up the resources so they can create a stronger, better, more uniformly healthy forest. What we call tolerance is too often an excuse to tolerate the parasitic, criminal, stupid and ugly, and guys like Stalin, Hitler, Linkola and this school shooter show us that reality.
Society will strike back with passive aggression, because that is the only option left to people shocked out how rudely they are yanked out of denial. To be passive aggressive, blithely assume that you are right while forcing other people to conform to your needs, all without directly striking them. … That's what this society does to any dissident with a chance of making change, which is why some kids get frustrated and shoot up their schools (others are insane, but not all).
Our modern society of shared denial fears the truth and so we suppress it, which is why school shootings get responses of outrage and disbelief. … We are all disconnected from any context but our own selves, and so focused on our wealth and status that we're oblivious to the world, or the intangible values of life which our materialistic society denies. The only disbelief here is the shock of being caught in a daydream that we pretended was reality, and this is why we have such outrage against this school shooter, who in a healthier time might be known as a hero for his extermination of false authoritarians, weak people and other stooges of human delusion.