A Murder-Suicide at UCLA Campus? This is not Supposed to be Normal- How did we Get Here and What Do We Do About It?
During World War I, military members reportedly had difficulty killing another human being. By the time World War II became a reality, those same difficulties were not as prevalent. Fast forward to today, and we can clearly see an amount of technology that wasn’t conceivable during the eras of WWI and WWII. “Every single day, people are training, the training that America realized it needed to have, in order to succeed in World War II, we now have, in our living rooms.” Video games such as Grand Theft Auto portray real life imagery of what is termed as “active shooter”. According to ign.com, there are “33,834,423 Global Players, playing 2,330,825,301 hours in 224 Countries”. The report continues to show that 341,913,222 weapons are owned by these global players in this game. These statistics are based on 2014 stats.
See the full report of what is taking place on the campus of UCLA, the dangers of video games such as Grand Theft Auto, how we can effectively respond to situations that harm the lives of others, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: active shooter, murder, death, the eye gate, text messages, university, school, campus, crisis, trigger, role playing games, and shooting. Greg and Steve shared in this segment.