Agreed. I’m of the belief that we should have open and mature discourse around the gunman’s intentions and what led him to commit those atrocities. Surely there are many individuals with similar, albeit non-fatal beliefs, and ignoring those sentiments will only allow them to fester. If we can address what the gunman said in each instance and lay out a cogent case for why he was wrong, that is the best way to dissuade similar actions in future.

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Hello! My name is Louis. I write about the growing cannabis industry, politics, religion, and philosophy. Co-founder of Australians.news

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