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Society Points Guns and Fingers A few months ago in Littleton CO two students performed a heinous massacre at their high school Incidents like these seem to be on the rise and naturally people are looking for answers And too often fingers are pointed at rocker Marilyn Manson Marilyn Mansons music takes a look at himself and our culture It often questions the values of American Christianity It is often angry about the state of the world as he sees it It does NOT advocate murder It does not advocate violence It advocates honesty Marilyn Manson is not to blame for tragedies such as the one at Littleton Instead a look at what may be wrong with our family structure our systems of education or our selves would be more appropriate The murderers from Littleton were into gothic music such as Marilyn Manson They wore black and were outcasts in their school So What So did I But I DIDNT KILL ANYONE The common goth kid usually is looking for a group to fit in They dont particularly like the activities that the athletic kids take part of namely drinking heavily after games and beating each other to a pulp These kids are looking for more out of life Many are artists - musicians poets or actors What artist doesnt stray a bit from the norm Is there anything wrong with that I dont think so The gothic people that I have met are not violent In fact violence is one of the reasons that these kids have chosen to exclude themselves from the other activities Most of these kids are peaceful and are openly loving of each other When a closer look is taken at the Littleton Killers we learn that they were heavily into Nazism and guns Nowhere in Mansons music does he advocate Nazi beliefs or weaponry When a child is
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