We must stress jobs, not guns and drugs, to cut down on mass shootings


2017-01-31 22:08

Researchers say mass shootings at schools across the United States have been linked to increased rates of unemployment. An association has also been found between taking psychiatric drugs and violence. We must begin to stress the vital importance of good jobs, financial security and natural mental health care instead of guns and psychiatric drugs to cut down on this violence.

The number of mass shootings at schools across the United States in recent years has been shocking. Yet the American society constantly stresses how important it is to secure the legal rights of Americans to own guns. This emphasis on gun rights over-rides concerns about good jobs, financial security and initiatives to nurture mental health naturally even though unemployment and psychiatric drugs have been linked to a rise in violent behavior.

There is a link between increased unemployment and shootings at schools in the United States

Northwestern University reports that there is a link between increased unemployment and shootings at schools in the United States. A study at Northwestern University has come up with data to support a connection between
economic insecurity and the rate of gun violence at schools in the United States. When it is more difficult for people who are leaving school to find jobs there is an increase in the rate of gun violence at schools.

The association between education and work is an essential component of the expectations which we have about economic opportunity

Sociologist John L. Hagan says the association between education and work is an essential component of the expectations which we have about economic opportunity and upward mobility in the United States. It has become apparent that rises in gun violence at our schools may be due to disappointment and despair when obtaining a good education does not necessarily open up good job opportunities. Hagan says a consideration of how vital schools are to our ideas about economic opportunity and upward mobility helps us to gain a better understanding of why schools have become the targets of violent responses to rising unemployment.

Increasing uncertainty in the transition from school to work has been associated with increases in gun violence rates

Nature Human Behaviour reports that frequent shootings at schools have been a perplexing phenomenon which has been unique to the United States. It has been observed that there is an association which exists between rising shooting rates and rising unemployment rates. It appears that increasing uncertainty in the transition from school to work has been associated with increases in gun violence rates.

There is a clear association between school related violence and people who have been under the influence of psychiatric drugs

CCHR International reports on the clear association between school related violence and people who have been under the influence of psychiatric drugs. The facts are there have been at least 35 school shootings and/or school associated acts of violence which have been committed by people who were taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs. This violence alone has resulted in the wounding of 169 people and the deaths of 79 people. There have been 27 international drug regulatory agency warnings which have cited serious side effects including mania, violence, psychosis and even homicidal ideation associated with psychiatric drugs and yet the psychiatrists continue to push these poisons as if they are giving out candy.

The stigmatization which is associated with the destructive ideas of psychiatrists generally leads to poor paying jobs, unemployment and poverty

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Thank you Harold. I really believe prescription medications are behind a LOT of these shootings and have for many years. When will that informaiton come forward loudly and clearly? - and when will it be addressed, more importantly.

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