Well thank you anon! Being lonely sucks, but everyone gets lonely. I’ll be ok, but thank you for your concern. I’m not sure how I’ve been there for you, for one I don’t know who you are haha, but I’m sure you’ve done plenty to help me before if you’re someone I’ve helped. :)
In the wake of attacks of any kind people want to start pointing fingers and assigning blame. Everyone is all the sudden a spokesperson for an entire race/religion/country/etc. Everyone is suddenly an expert.
“It was this group!” “No this one!” “The government did it!” “If only we had more stringent laws!” “Clearly an NWO - Zionist plot.” “This goes back hundreds of years when you’re people did this to these people!” “No this is your country’s meddling in this country!” “We should just nuke all those (insert villain of the day here)!”
As stupid as it all is, if you pay attention to it long enough, and you do your research, you’ll see that no one is innocent. No one group of people, be it a race, a religion, an ethnicity, or a nationality is completely innocent, and none are completely guilty. Human beings have just been doing fucked up things to each other since they stood upright. The more you point and blame the longer it’ll go on. As sad as any tragedy big or small may be, I must admit I do get a really guilty pleasure out of watching the event come along and rattle the monkey cages. If you take a step back, it’s like watching the spin cycle on a washing machine or a stock car race or maybe a hamster on a wheel. It just keeps going round and round and round. You start seeing why we as a species are where we are. You start understanding why it’s always been this way.