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Throughout the article Manson states that he considers movies music and books to have nothing to do with inspiring cold blooded murders As an example he uses when Cain killed his own brother Abel Manson says The only motivation he needed was his own human disposition to violence The next major point that Manson uses on whos to blame for Columbine is the media And how the problem with the media is that the media misinterprets many events and involves cameras where they are not necessary Next Mason goes on to discussing the topic of Jesus Christ or as he stated in the article half naked man and how he hands all throughout our homes and around our necks It is also mentioned that we take Jesus Christ for granted One of the most profound statements that Manson says is that the world most famous murder-suicide was also the birth of a death icon Mansons next target of focus was how the media places so much attention on deaths and killers Such as how TIME magazine puts the faces of killers on their cover page and looking upon murders as if they are movie stars As an example Manson uses the Columbine murderers as an example then mentions that people should not be surprised if every kid who gets pushed around has two new idols Manson says there is no excuse for the massacre but nor is the music to blame He says if a kid is old enough to drive a car or buy a gun isnt he old enough to be held personally responsible for what he does with his car or gun A quote that Manson had stated and was really profound was When it comes down whom to blame for the high school murders in Littleton Colorado throw a rock and youll hit someone whos guilty After that statement Manson discusses how anyone is responsible for the problems of this
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