During the scheduled National School Walkout, an basic lib-fest that unfortunately hijacks a real concern about violence in school across America, one young student took a risk to speak publicly. Her speech was not according to the narrative about “stopping guns”, but rather, she noted that a major part of the problem is how we treat one another in schools. While this is not the full solution to the problem, it is actually a much larger component than restriction of firearms will ever be. Listen to her, and listen to the great response she received.
Brave Student Stands Up and Confronts Classmates During Gun Control Walkout: "Most of you are out here because you don't want to be in class." pic.twitter.com/003kR6S7GY
— IJR Red (@IJRRed) March 16, 2018
This student has taken the red pill, so to speak, and she spoke most eloquently and powerfully about something that we could all look at in ourselves and change.
While cessation of bullying will not stop everyone, it certainly goes a long, long way towards not allowing the destructive and vengeful fantasies (that often lead to these horrific events) to get their beginning in many people. And who knows? Real love always heals.
The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of The Duran.