Why there is increasing trend of expression of anger, hatred, violent and terror

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  1. nnms profile image75
    nnmsposted 2 years ago

    Why there is increasing trend of expression of anger, hatred, violent and terror in USA?

    Is it easy availability of guns? Or perceived social injustice? Or bias criminal justice system or role of internet and social media?

  2. lovemychris profile image62
    lovemychrisposted 2 years ago

    it's called gladio. as Heinrich Kissinger said, all you have to do is scare them enough. they will beg you to take away their freedoms. NATO did it after ww2. right wing forces wanted to destroy communism, so they committed horrific acts of terror and blamed the communists. it's all documented fact. fascism is making round 2. only this time, the scapegoats are muslims and black Americans. there's a reason why gaza and Ferguson are the same. but of course, it's too un pc to talk about.

    1. nnms profile image75
      nnmsposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, perpetrators of violence need to be segregated . It should not be labelled on a particular community or group. In this way, we may not end up alienating our own citizens.

  3. tamarawilhite profile image92
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    The authoritarian left threatens conservative speakers like Milo Yianapolis, Ben Shapiro, and Laura Southern and campus administrators say the speaker incited the violence with their words - immorally equating a conservative speaker talking to a conservative audience about conservative views equal to screaming profanities in someone's face, justifying in their minds the physical assaults on several of these people. When someone has permission to commit violence, you'll get more of it.
    Black Lives Matter chanted  "what do we want dead cops, when do we want it now" for months at many events before one of their members killed five cops in Dallas, Texas - and they say he's not really a member, not one of them, don't blame us, though they'd been calling for a war on cops for years and openly saying so for months. After the murders, the President has Black Lives Matter leaders at the White House while the Attorney General says we hear your complaints, we will support the Black Lives Matter movement. When your violence is endorsed by the government leadership, you will see more of it.

    1. lovemychris profile image62
      lovemychrisposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      erm, he's a member of the military! are you going to blame them? I do. I think he was a mind controlled assasin. don't think blm is into that, do you? even the commentators were surprised at his arsenal. not everyone can get their hands on that stuff

    2. nnms profile image75
      nnmsposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, political orientation may also influence or even encourage violence.

    3. tamarawilhite profile image92
      tamarawilhiteposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      He was kicked out of the military and blames society for his own failings, stepping into the BLM group that says there's a war of cops on blacks so he went to war against cops.

    4. lovemychris profile image62
      lovemychrisposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      who says he was part of blm? I find it very convenient to use that as a scapegoat. just like mind controlled assassins who scream Allah akbar....you belive that, I'll sell you Christie's bridge. playing us like a fiddle. but so obvious its stupid!

  4. Johnny James A profile image66
    Johnny James Aposted 2 years ago

    The increasing trend of expression has to do most likely with access to weapons and a more organized methodology for recruitment, planning and logistics. One of the main complaints people have had in fighting terrorism is that there are so many specialized ways to browse and send messages encrypted.  This allows people to work remotely and share planning and beliefs. The internet and other modes of communication can teach people how to make weapons with legally purchased materials.  Then all one needs to do is stockpile the goods and plan. Additionally, the news media allows the acts to garner much more attention, thereby sending a stronger message in the eyes of terrorists. Basically, information, weapons, means of spreading a message, and ability to spread the acts information are all greater today.

    As for crimes not classified as terrorist that can be more complicated.  (1) Because of the media we are more aware of every act of violence which would have been "local" news in the past; (2) Crime which are labelled crimes today, would have been swept under the rug as non-crimes in the past which the victims and their families would just have to deal with; (3) Victims, like terrorist have more access to weapons, information and feel like they can respond to ill treatment.

    Lot of reasons for the angers, which can be different for different people.

    1. nnms profile image75
      nnmsposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, I do agree that encrypted massages send through various means like Whatsapp may be impossible to monitor and this is well exploited by criminals and terrorist alike.


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