What if the entire schooling paradigm of having children sit at desks for 8 hours is especially unnatural for boys?
What if schools have been decreasing opportunities to release pent up energy and making boys even more repressed while participating in this compulsory institution?
What if society has responded over the past several decades by inventing new pseudo-diseases like “ADHD” to describe normal, boyish behavior and then recommended treatment of these non-diseases with psychotropic drugs whose known side effects are homicidal and suicidal thoughts?
What if these drugs succeed in keeping boys at their desks but for a small percentage result in them flipping out and acting on the homicidal and suicidal thoughts caused by the pills they are taking?
What if 100% of the mass shooters over the past twenty years were taking psychotropic drugs?
What if this convergence of compulsory schooling, decreased opportunity to release energy, and treatment of normal boyish behavior with dangerous drugs is the real reason school shootings are occurring more frequently?
What if there used to be far more guns in school than there are today, but far less drugged children, and that is the reason there were far less mass shootings?
Why is no one in the media asking these questions?
Tom Mullen is the author of A Return to Common Sense: Reawakening Liberty in the Inhabitants of America.