Family violence is predictable
February 28, 2012
The unfolding story in Chardon, Ohio gets sadder by the hour. My condolences to the family and friends of the victims. The loss of innocent life is a tragedy to behold and a great grief to experience.
Abuse of all kinds is a response to anxiety and as we all know, anxiety is off the charts right now. Despite the idiocy displayed by “professionals” who should know better, interpersonal violence is highly predictable. As the Chardon school shooting story unfolds, it will reveal many truths that thinking people can add to their personal knowledge base.
TJ Lane, alleged shooter and victim of family violence
The purpose of this post is to point to the truth about family violence in real time and a real case. Preliminary reports (which may later be proved inaccurate) indicate that the shooter’s dad is violent. Classmate descriptions of the shooter create the picture of a sad, lonely, quiet individual who was targeted by bullies at school. Let’s hope someone gets to the bottom of this aspect of the run-up to the shooting.
The fact that this boy’s outsider status was well known indicts the teachers, counselors and principals who did nothing to help him seems to be the routine for public school administration. They just administrate and are deaf, dumb and blind to the well known red flags of the escalation cycle, psychological triggers and the eruption of violence. They should be ashamed and they should be considered accomplices.
This demeanor could suggest a boy who was brutalized by his dad and who very likely grew up seeing his dad brutalize his mom. His fondness for what he calls “primitive hunting” may suggest animal torture. Both of these are huge red flags of more violence to come.
Lastly, I want to mention the zombie-like facial expression that classmates who witnessed the shooting up close described. This could be an additional clue to brain damage and/or pharmaceutical damage beginning to manifest as adult psychopathy.
It should be noted that nearly all school shooters have been rendered chemical psychopaths by pharmaceutical drugs, most especially anti-anxiety and anti-depressants. This crucial information has been assiduously edited out of mainstream news by agents of the pharmaceutical industry. Ten million Americans take these particular poisons and they don’t want anything to reduce that number no matter what the cost to individuals and society.
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