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Kenneth wrote -
Is the US media to blame for the fact that the man mudered his 5 children !?
This is a holistic view, a butterfly in the Amazone area can produce a storm
IMO, the media only works as a catalyst.
Not showing, giving no comments equals a loss in income and viewer-
rates. It is hard competitive world ! -
IMHO the media does not work as a catalyst, (my known definition of a
catalyst is something that *causes* a event to happen) it may contribute but
does not cause the event!
The person ending their life, is at the end of the day, responsible for
The media has real bad integrity but as for suicide, society in general
has a lot to answer for.. I bet out of 95% of suicides most family and
friends did not see much idication of the event about to happen and yet if
they did a simple conversation might have prevented the tragic event!
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