The Brutal Inevitability of American Carnage

Living in the 21st-Century United States of America, one gradually comes to accept the monstrous slaughter of American students as a normal, ordinary, even a banal, way of life, an everyday occurrence. The reader may wonder incredulously, Why would a writer make such a preposterous statement, implying Americans have become desensitized and thereby indifferent to the periodic mass killings now taking place regularly in the United States in an almost casual way? This writer's response to their incredulous question would be the following assertion: the American National Character has gone through various stages of being reconciled, pacifistic, and, finally,  submissive both unconsciously and consciously to the pervasive evil of collaboration with the killers tied in one way or another to the Fascistic collective ways of American imperialism.

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