“The right to bear arms” (The second amendment)
“Brenda Spencer”
“Victim or Perpetrator”
“Zero Tolerance policy”
“Zero hour - massacre at Columbine”. Documentary
Europe had school shootings:
Sandy Hook Promise: Gun violence warning signs (Evan)
Kip Kinkel news feature:
“Pros and cons of death penalty”
“How does it feel to take the life of an 8 year old?”
“The short sharp shock”

Society today
- Turn it off
- Amanda Todd:
- Online activism
- “Help! Please do something” (picture)
- Poster: How to stop fake news:
- Tedtalk, Sharyl Attkisson “How real is fake news?”:
- Alex Jones:
- Lesbifriends:
- Lgbt defined
- Instagram profile: Plastic change.
- Taking action online,
- Speech by activist Greta Thunberg
- 3 (Actually Safe) Ways to Fight Climate Change

They want the freedom to carry arms because you are obligated to protect yourself and your family - with a deadly weapon. Others mean to carry arms creates a violent country.

They believe that ownership of guns should be government controlled, making it more difficult to acquire a weapon.

Then there were all the hu man livings from america who had something to say about the second amendment. Some wants it to stay, so they can protect their family others want it gone because it creates a violent society. Others just thinks it is a individual choice.

“Brenda Spencer”
she was a school shooter who used a 22 caliber sniper rifle her dad gave her in christmas. She was 16 years old when she committed the school shooting.

She shot a lot of students from her home when kids were going to school at 8:30 in the morning. She injured 8 kids and 1 police officer and killed the school principal and the janitor.

More than a 100 police officers and 20 patrols reached the school within minutes after the first shot. The police were able to call brenda on the phone. She told the police that she had been brinking and taking barbiturates.

When the police asked her why she did it, she just answered “i don't like mondays”. The boomtown rats made a song called “i don't like mondays” The song was telling the story about Brenda Spencer and the school shooting. Today she is still in prison.


Contrary to what you may sometimes hear, school shootings are not unique to the United States. Germany, for instance, went through a string of devastating attacks between 2002 and 2009.

Between 1996 and 2008, major school shootings also happened in Finland and Scotland, among other places. But since then their havent been a shooting in europe.

Criminology professor Adam Lankford has found a link in his studies between the number of guns and mass shootings between 1966 and 2012 that killed four or more people.

The study indicated that fewer weapons would probably result in a decrease in shootings. That's exactly what happened in Australia after the country tightened gun legislation following a mass shooting in 1996.

It would also explain why countries where gun ownership is rare. Switzerland has one of the world's highest ratios of firearms per person, with an estimated 45.7 guns per 100 residents, according to the Small Arms Survey.

Only two countries have a higher ratio: Yemen, with 54.8 guns per 100 residents, and the United States on 88.8. In switzerland they have to undergo a week backgroundchech