Ok, so here are the groups of people that I mentioned.
There are about 4 billion people who are religious and among
these there are a high number of fanatics who will misinterpret their belief to
harm others. (Religious fanatics who misinterprets their beliefs)
One in four people in the world will be affected by mental
or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. There are 7.5 billion
people on the planet and that means that about 2 billion people can lose it at
any time and go on a shooting spree, suicide bombing or some other mass killing
spree. (People who have some type of mental disorder)
There are about 30 million Psychopaths in the world.
(a person suffering from chronic mental disorder with
abnormal or violent social behavior.)
Then there are those that lose it because they’ve lost their
job, wife, girlfriend, were bullied, or whatever life throws their way and they
decide to go on a killing spree.
(Average person who loses it for some reason or another)
So you said “similar to TC's comment, you're laying the
blame at the feet of the wrong people.”
You also said; “@TC - the problem with your line of thinking
is that you're blaming the weapons (tools) rather than the people who chose to
So if I blamed the wrong people and TC blamed the weapons, and we are both wrong, people and weapons is not the cause
--What’s left? Enlighten me, whose to