No More Idle Young Minds in America

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Patrick Crusius, the 21 years old who perpetrated the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, last August 3, 2019,  described himself in LinkedIn as someone “not really motivated to do anything more than what's necessary to get by (...).” He used to spend more than eight continuous hours in front of a computer screen, so he considered a software developer career as a life option “to go with the wind.” However, Crusius chose to destroy dozens of families’ life, instead of deciding to build a better nation for every American.

We all in Wings of Love, Inc. are concerned about this kind of tragedies, since this was only one of three shootings in different cities of our beloved America within 24 hours, and one of four within less than a week.

IT IS TIME TO STOP HATE, VIOLENCE AND DISUNITY IN OUR COUNTRY!

At least three of the four shooters in the most recent four mass killings were between 19 and 24 years old, and they expressed an obsession to commit their crimes. The killer in El Paso was a white supremacist; the man in Dayton, Ohio, was a left-wing extremist, and the shooter at the Gilroy Garlic Festival in California, occurred on July 28, 2019, was driven by a white supremacist, religious hate.

Now, although Chicago authorities don't know yet who shot a group of people near Douglas Park playground, the same day of El Paso mass shooting, some psychologists questioned for this research believe the criminal may be the same age of the victims in their 20s.

The Wings of Love, Inc. Nonprofit Programs Developer Team had the opportunity to review and analyze data from a journalistic investigation published by Mother Jones, about the United States of America mass shootings between 1982 and 2019.

We found out:

THERE HAVE BEEN 28 MASS SHOOTINGS, ALL COMMITTED BY MALES BETWEEN 11 TO 24 Y/O, SINCE 1992

 

These youngest killers were idle minds. It means they were experiencing hard times to deal with their school or work tasks, previously to committing their crimes, but none in their closest social environment paid attention to their intellectual, emotional, and affective needs.

Then, most of them joined an underground collectiveness of socially rancorous, even sociopathic individuals feeling they are not able to compete in life.

Unfortunately, nobody told them THERE ARE DIFFERENT WAYS TO LIVE A SATISFYING LIFE, OVERCOMING FRUSTRATION AND HATE.

Moreover...

21 FROM RECENT 28 MASS SHOOTERS BELOW 24 Y/O MANIFESTED MENTAL HEALTH SYMPTOMS.

We Must Detect Mental Disorders in Our Youth and Help Them to Overcome Their Problems

Besides the annual growth and mental advancement medical monitoring every child should access for free, it's imperative to develop a strong cultural background for our kids, because a young idle mind becomes disadvantaged when it can not transform thoughts into creative ideas.

Youngsters with idle minds quickly get engaged in drugs, criminal brainwash, and unlawful activities.

The Wings of Love, Inc. nonprofit programs help Americans interested in overcoming the vicious circle of violence among our youth by providing tips and online resources to detect mental diseases in kids and teenagers through the UCanBeHealthier® website, as well as by coaching people on the Internet, to develop creative solutions to improve their life.

We can prevent mass shootings by knowing the criminals’ personal history. They share some quirks in common, like disabilities for social interaction, a manipulative and intolerant behavior, as well as sudden episodes of nonsense anger.

According to official statistics, young mass shooters are mostly racist white males who dropped high school or their college first year, unemployed at the time of their crime, or frustrated about their life expectations, while feeling the pressure of other ethnic groups and immigrants who are resilient and proactive since they're looking for showing up they can achieve the American dream.

We can understand now, which is the most vulnerable young population in America. Check out the figures:

  • 22 from 28 shooters under 24 years old were White
  • 2 from 28 shooters under 24 years old were Native American
  • 2 from 28 shooters under 24 years old were from Unknown Ethnicity
  • 1 from 28 shooters under 24 years old was Asian
  • 1 from 28 shooters under 24 years old was Black
  • 11 from 28 shooters under 24 years old attacked in a public place (restaurants, malls, stores, festivals, political rallies, parties, movie theaters, etc.)
  • 10 from 28 shooters under 24 years old attacked in a school
  • 4 from 28 shooters under 24 years old attacked in their workplace
  • 2 from 28 shooters under 24 years old attacked in military facilities
  • 1 from 28 shooters under 24 years old attacked in religious facilities

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