Hillary Clinton has today been contacted about a simple means to help prevent further school shootings and school stabbings in the United States and around the world by education expert Dr. Naoisé O’Reilly Ph.D. an Expression Developist.
In the aftermath of this weeks latest American school stabbings at Franklin Regional High School in Murrayville near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the recurring theme amongst convicted perpetrators of similar offenses is that everyone afterwards describes these people as loners. Dr. O’Reilly said, “there is no safe and fool proof mechanism in place right now and this is what School Alarm fixes.”
She added that, “I’m sick of hearing information after the fact. If I met one of these students I would instantly know there was something drastically wrong. If I had walked into a class beforehand I would have sensed that something was brewing. Somebody always knows deep down that there’s an issue but because of the current system, repercussions and the fear of saying something, especially if you are a teacher, nothing is done. The fact remains that after these atrocities have happened somebody always comes forward and says the killer was a loner, they were weird, they were being bullied, they never spoke to anyone, they never looked happy. There’s always oceans of information divulged afterwards – when it is too late.”
There are an unacceptable number of school shootings and school stabbings across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Russia, Finland, Norway, Scotland, Germany, Croatia, Sweden, The Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, France, Argentina, Brazil, Israel, Yemen, The Philippines, China, Thailand, Lebanon, India, Azerbaijan, Australia, New Zealand, Nigeria and so on. That’s 294 lives lost worldwide in school shootings by bullet injuries alone. This is not just an American phenomenon.
Dr. Naoisé continued by saying, “I’m not talking about arresting people or locking them away in a psychiatric ward. It is about somebody non-judgmentally coming along and talking with them, sitting down and listening to them, asking if everything is alright. There could be an undiagnosed mental condition that can be treated before a violent escalation. Or perhaps they have a learning difficulty and they have been really struggling in school. It is usually all down to the fact that they cannot express themselves. If this was dealt with in an effective way they wouldn’t need to feel that the only way out was to shoot and stab the people around them.”