The St. Lucie County School District plans to have grief counselors at two elementary schools today after a teacher was stabbed to death in a Palm Beach County home—a crime to which authorities say her son confessed. Gloria Farajian was a second grade teacher at White City Elementary School for almost eight years and had been teaching art at Parkway Elementary School this year. The school district will have counselors at both schools.(Snip) Farajian said he stopped taking prescribed medication for paranoia, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, and knew it was wrong that he killed his mother,
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Another crime by a dangerous Medicated-American, all red flags ignored. No gun, MSM dozes.
No you are not the only one who thinks the way you do #4. I am so sick and tired of all the f-ing grieving going on I could puke. A punk teenage drunk kills himself and others and out come the grief and all those crosses and flowers by the roadside. It never ceases. LOOK AT ME. I CARE and love to GRIEVE.
Yes, #4 and 5. Somebody has to say it. Here on the Seattle news, just like clockwork, something bad happens, candlelight vigil to follow, "grief" counselors show up and then libs feel all warm and gooey. It´s almost like real events are treated like reality shows. Oh yes, weeks later, here come announcements of law suits and somebody starting a "nonprofit" foundation.
Next on the history channel: Inside the military´s new elite force, the para-grief counselors. They are trained in empathy, psychobable, hugs and teddy bears and anything else secular humanist folks find comfort in. They will stand ready to parachute in on the next school masacre just as law enforcement is arriving. How about leaving alone sometimes?
There was a kid this past year who killed both his parents with a hammer and then laid them out on their bed and locked their bedroom door while he had a huge party. He told one of his friends at the party and the friend called the police. His mom´s last word was "Why?"
A little bit in the media about it but I guess the family wasn´t devout Christian (or Jewish) and nor were they conservative. So ghoulishly report the creepy party aspect and then move on.
Still interested in whether Adam Lanza and his mom were registered to vote and what party they were in. Did they go to church? Things like that seem to be missing from the biography of these two. Things that would have been shared quickly if they´d gone the way of the narrative.
Further to #10- I do remember the media floating something about Lanza´s mother being a" Prepper" for a while. To the MSM which is constantly on the lookout for anything to tie this to the right wing, it could have been 12 cans of vegetables in her pantry.
#2, you have no idea how many families in America keep all knives locked up...yes, including butter knives...because they have a mentally ill person living with them who has expressed the idea of using a knife in a violent fashion.
This case is classic, and these often don´t make the news. (Notice that the focus in this headline is the grief counselors. Had this happened to an insurance adjuster rather than a school teacher, you would never have heard about it.) Son is 23...a young adult. Diagnosed with severe mental illness, but mom no longer can get him hospitalized for his own good (and hers) because he is now an adult. He has gone off his meds, bringing back the psychotic delusions. All she can do is wait until the chance of him doing something is ´imminent´ - the current government standard. ´Imminent´ is too late; she is now dead. So instead of treating him for a few weeks and getting him back on his meds, society will pay for his trial and housing in jail for the rest of his life, while she lies dead. That is today´s mental health ´system´ in America. It needs to change.
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