This 2012 photo provided by the family shows Emilie Alice Parker. Parker was killed Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Conn., killing 26 children and adults at the school. (AP Photo/Courtesy of the Parker Family)
In , Afghanistan and Palestine innocent children and teachers were killed in schools because of the wars. Syria
A medical examiner, Dr. H. Wayne Carver said at a news conference Saturday the deaths are classified as homicides; saying that he believes “everybody was hit more than once.”
Why must this happened?
Now, the United States of America seems to be facing a very big problem – mass shooting.
It happened everywhere in , public places cinema, , schools and lots of other places that should be safe from this kind of disaster. malls
I am very sad especially because I am also a kid and I know that there is nothing much that kids could do to protect ourselves in such situations.
I wonder why that happens again and again.
Maybe the freedom of owning guns in America, allowed some people to use the guns for killing other people.
But why must they killed other people, the people who they didn’t even know?
And is it the right thing to let people own guns freely?
Owning guns means that they can use them any time and any where; even for mass shootings.
May be the problems started because there is too much freedom and human rights.
May be some people might think that it is their rights to do what ever they want to do with their guns; including mass killing.
Is all this fair for children like me?
I don’t think so.
How about our rights as children, should kids carry guns too to protect ourselves like adults?
I guess America has too much freedom when too much freedom is not always good.
Americans are very proud of their freedom and liberty.
“My country ‘tis of thee,
Sweet land of liberty…”
“…From every mountain side,
Let the freedom ring.”
So people are always fighting for their rights and freedom in everything without thinking about other people’s rights.
They may become selfish and had forgotten about good values especially of respecting others.
So, too much freedom is not always good.
And to the Malaysians who support the oppositions parties especially , and look at the United States as an ideal example, please think about all these. PKR fighting for total freedom
If they follow United States of America in fighting for freedom and human rights, this is what that will happen to Malaysia later on.
Total freedom seems to be a nice idea, but is it really good for all of us, our communities and our country?
I am very sad and sorry for all the victims’ families and friends.
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This photo posted to the Emilie Parker Fund Facebook page shows Emilie Parker. Fighting back tears and struggling to catch his breath, Robbie Parker the father of 6-year-old Emile Parker who was gunned down in Friday’s school shooting in Connecticut told the world about a little girl who loved to draw and was always smiling, and he also reserved surprising words of sympathy for the gunman. (AP Photo/Emilie Parker Fund)
This Nov. 18, 2012 photo provided by John Engel shows Olivia Engel, 6, in Danbury, Conn. Olivia Engel. Olivia Engel, was killed Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Conn., killing 26 children and adults at the school. (AP Photo/Engel Family, Tim Nosezo)
In this undated photo provided by Mark Sherlach, Mark Sherlach and his wife, school psychologist Mary Sherlach, pose for a photo. Mary Sherlach was killed Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Conn., killing 26 children and adults at the school. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Mark Sherlach)
This 2012 photo provided by the family shows Lauren Rousseau. Rousseau was killed Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Conn., killing 26 children and adults at the school. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Rousseau Family)
This July 2010 photo provided by the Newtown Bee shows Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung, principal at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Conn. (AP Photo/Eliza Hallabeck) MANDATORY CREDIT: NEWTOWN BEE,