Re: "I suggest putting the blame where it belongs."No, you
don't.It would be ludicrous not to blame the criminal for his
conduct, but it's just as ludicrous not to blame Hollywood elites for their
role.Cigarette companies don't kill every smoker, either. But,
we still hold them responsible for the ones they do kill.It's
about time we started doing the same when Hollywood depicts violence that is
predictably imitated by evil and weak-minded criminals.
John Charity SpringThere are many people that have watched bad
movies with violence and gang activity, and the vast majority of them don't
become gang members. I suggest putting the blame where it belongs. The suspect,
and him alone. Quit passing the blame
jump on that platform john
There is no denying that the major source of this life of crime is
Angilau's deliberate choice to pursue violence. However, there are other
factors that should not be ignored.One major source of evil is the
modern entertainment industry. Indeed, modern Hollywood produces one movie after
another that glorifies gang violence, drug use, and deviant sexuality. It is
completely naive to think that the public can consume this evil without
imitating it and becoming more and more depraved.Indeed, the Tongan
Crip Gangsters have deliberately imitated the violence depicted in major movies,
with the stated goal of attracting attention and some semblance of fame in their
Ganga community. Even at the cost of lost lives and long prison sentences.Why expose impressionable youth to glamorized depictions of violence?
Hollywood's only answer is: greed.