meant to happen
Friday ... As a former high school teacher in the New York City school system, I do not believe teachers should be armed with guns due to human error. Speaking of human error - Deputy Scot Peterson assigned to Stoneman Douglas High School stood outside the building during the shooting and did not intervene, the local sheriff reported. More details about this aspect of the story will emerge.
In an interesting twist to the narrative, four years ago Peterson had been school cop of the year. Some things are just meant to happen.
There should be more security in every school across the nation, the problem with that being funding. Trump made promises but will the nature of politics allow him to affect change? As with most politicians pay attention to what he does not what he says. As I always blog ... it's all about money though now it's more about saving lives.
Shootings everywhere are a societal problem which goes to mentally ill people getting access to weapons. Take away their guns and they will figure out other ways to kill, such as home-made bombs (terrorism), bio weapons, vehicles, other. It's as if they are mind controlled ... which in a way it is because they are programmed to perform the actions they take. Reality is broken. The human design no longer works as souls struggle to be free from pain and suffering. I don't see a solution to the gun problem, just as there are no solutions to the undeniable natural disasters which are accelerating exponentially. They are part of our timeline and sadly will play out until the end when our simulation Fades to Black.
This picture was taken December 2017 in front of Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn where I was a student and teacher. Driving by, I stopped to take the pic noting a police car parked in front of the building, making me feel safe but hoping I wouldn't get a ticket as I parked behind him. I remember lots of security in this racially mixed school where disturbed teens often acted out. Physical reality has always been a bipolar environment where we vicariously experience in a lab experiment.