I get this question all the time. “How do I find my purpose?” Some people find their purpose in a fight. In a mission. In a cause… Brandon explained that the people who join these radical groups, or any group, were probably suffering in life. And they wanted to fill a hole. They wanted what any human wants: a feeling of belonging. That’s the powerful force pulling them in.
When faced with terrorism, Ariana Grande chooses empathy. When faced with terrorism, President Trump chooses hatred.
They cannot kill love.
Part two of an exclusive interview with leading forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner on what makes a mass murderer – and what can be done to prevent those at risk of becoming killers from realizing their homicidal fantasies.
Part one of an exclusive interview with leading forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner on what makes a mass murderer – and what can be done to prevent those at risk of becoming killers from realizing their homicidal fantasies.
“Do we know the ban will end right there, as a ban? Shall we round up all our Muslim Americans next? How about anyone with Islamic or Arabic decent? They might have ties to ISIS, after all.”
To this day, he still maintains that he had to do it.
I fear being required to register as a Muslim so that I can be tracked. I fear for my family.
The great residual effect of 9/11, if you aren’t old enough to vote or buy cigarettes at the moment? “Murica.” Yes, that’s what 9/11 means to today’s kids. Not terror. Not tragedy. Not the loss of safety. It means “that weird point in time before social media where everybody liked Chuck Norris.”
Nice. A city a where a stranger will openly tell you how beautiful you are. A city where you can dance until 5 in the morning, drinking some of the best wine, only to finish the night with a swim in the warm, Mediterranean Sea.