There is one paragraph in the article that struck me as somewhat humorous:
Instead, massacre killers are typically marked by what are considered personality disorders: grandiosity, resentment, self-righteousness, a sense of entitlement. They become, says Dr. Knoll, " 'collectors of injustice' who nurture their wounded narcissism." To preserve their egos, they exaggerate past humiliations and externalize their anger, blaming others for their frustrations. They develop violent fantasies of heroic revenge against an uncaring world.
Holy crap! Does that remind you of anyone we all know???
That's right! Ole Barry "Hey...I'm A Stone-Drone Killah" Obama! The White House Liar-In-Chief perfectly meets the profile for a spree killer, which probably explains why he has so much fun dropping drones on jihadists, innocent bystanders, children, anyone else he can figure how to kill and get away with it, then brags about how much fun he's having:
The president’s specific words: I’m “really good at killing people,” authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann write in “Double Down: Game Change 2012."How's that for hope and change?
BTW, remember Kristallnacht, November 9, 1938...the Night of Broken Glass. Stephen Halbrook has a new book coming out, Gun Control in the Third Reich: Disarming the Jews and 'Enemies of the State'. In a recent article in the Washington Times, Halbrook wrote:
This week marks the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, or the Night of the Broken Glass, the Nazi pogrom against Germany’s Jews on Nov. 9-10, 1938. Historians have documented most everything about it except what made it so easy to attack the defenseless Jews without fear of resistance. Their guns were registered and thus easily confiscated.
Funny how that works!