Washington State School Shooting – Hormone Rage Over A Girl – Jaylen Fryberg …and Why We Don’t Outline School Shootings

Jaylen FrybergJaylen Fryberg was a 15-year-old Native American Indian boy who shot six people in his High School today.

He shot two girls and four boys including two of his cousins. Two of the students died in the school cafeteria. Jaylen then took his own life. The motive for the shooting are hormones and sexuality.

A glance at Jaylen Fryberg’s social media….

(TWITTER and INSTAGRAM)

…show an exceptional focus on SEX. In essence a 15-year-old going through the hormone induced instability that happens when young men are moving toward adulthood.

Unfortunately, his girlfriend broke up with him a few weeks ago and his violent rage, his rampage, followed as a consequence of her affections being directed toward another person he was close with. It is exceptionally sad.

However, the teen hormone rage when combined with anxiety and sexual frustrations is a toxic issue, and also why we don’t outline these events.

You can read much more about the shooting HERE

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50 Responses to Washington State School Shooting – Hormone Rage Over A Girl – Jaylen Fryberg …and Why We Don’t Outline School Shootings

  1. James F says:

    The regressive bigots at Daily Kos exhibted their usual prejudiced assumptions.

    “One tweet on the matter (6+ / 0-)
    pointed out that since the reports called the shooter a “victim of bullying,” rather than a “thug,” we know he was white.”

    “Nearly (0+ / 0-)
    always these events happen in small towns or burbs yet the idiots whine about the dreaded inner city. Marysville is a typical redneck small town and I speak from experience having grown up a bit north of there in Skagit county.”

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/10/24/1338951/-School-shooting-north-of-Seattle#comments

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    • TrickleUpPolitics says:

      This person is already calling the shooter a white redneck. What is he gonna do when he finds out he is an “indigenous people”?

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      • Buck Farack says:

        The libtards will now say that he “had no choice” but to shoot up his school and cousins, since he faced a future of oppression and racism in America, and wanted a way out that included killing innocent people, to, uh, y’know, “protest” against “white privilege” by killing fellow Native Americans…..you’re welcome.

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    • michellc says:

      Looks Indian not white to me. Maybe he can be a White Native American.lol

      As for thug, he may or may not have been a thug before today, but today he became a thug.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        The news said he was Native American. The tribe started with a T but I didn’t catch the spelling. I am not familiar with that tribe. He lived on the reservation. My heart goes out to the victims and their families and his family. Prayers for all including the students who witnessed such a tragedy.

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        • kb says:

          It’s Tulalip tribe. This incident is close to home. My family members and I knew many students there and the gunman. I blame the parents. People kill people. Guns don’t kill people. That boy could have had a knife, a machetti, god knows what and it wouldn’t have stopped him. As a 14 year old (not 15 as the article says ) he showed many signs of depression that his parents either didn’t care about or surpassed.

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          • tappin52 says:

            I agree. Parents have a duty to teach their children that certain emotional rites of passage come into every life. They need to know that boyfriends and girlfriends come and go and certain disappointments are a part of life. They are not the end of the world. It is a good reason for keeping old fashioned morals in place until some degree of maturity and responsibility develops. A very sad outcome for a little teen problem.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            Thank you for the name of the tribe. I agree that guns don’t kill people, that people do. I can just see the push for gun control coming again. I don’t understand why parents aren’t watching their children’s social media. This young teen was obviously suffering from deep depression. Prayers for everyone concerned. My grandparents lived in Washington state and I spent a lot of time there. It is so beautiful.

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      • whodoneit says:

        michelle – you mean like Zimmerman was reported to be a “white Hispanic”?

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        • michellc says:

          When liberals believed him to be white he was a gun crazy redneck, when they learned he was Indian they started trying to turn him into a victim.

          Maybe his parents should have been doing their job and monitored his online social activity and they would have seen he needed either help or a strong hand and certainly needed his access to guns taken away.

          I know this is also not PC to say, but I get sick and tired of seeing these kids social networks after the fact and wondering where the heck are the parents these days? This is a problem with parents of all races and I can only ask if they’re too darn lazy to monitor their online behavior how likely is it they’re monitoring their physical behavior?

          Maybe if we went back to it takes parents to raise a child instead of a village we’d quit having so many kids who have children before they’re old enough to drive and thugs and killers.

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          • lorac says:

            I think that “it takes a village to raise child” harkened back to better times with stable neighborhoods, where the parents raised their children, but had extra eyes and ears in the neighborhood, the school, the police force, etc – all reinforcing the same messages to the children (being good, being honest, studying, helping out with chores, etc). I don’t believe it ever meant for people to abandon their own children to the care of others. I think it was more a comment that we have to return to a society where people look out for others, instead of where we seem to be headed, everyone just out for themselves, neglecting their kids, and certainly not wanting to give one second to encouraging or instructing someone else’s kid.

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            • Lucille says:

              And here I thought IT TAKES A VILLAGE an allegory with “village” meaning the government run by Hillary.

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              • lorac says:

                lol no

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                • Lucille says:

                  I assume you realize that I was being sarcastic. The same Hillary who wrote VILLAGE is also quoted as saying, “Many of you are well enough off that the tax cuts may have helped you. We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.”

                  This is also from Hill’s tiny, lying brain: “I know and you know that Chicago is my kind of town. And Chicago is my kind of village.”

                  No thank you, HIll.

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            • michellc says:

              I think that is exactly what Hillary meant, parents aren’t capable of raising their kids on their own and need a village to do it for them. The village now is a village of idiots and any parents wanting the village to raise their child are wanting their children to become idiots.

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            • cheeflo says:

              Agreed. When I was a kid, my friends’ parents were afforded the same authority as my own, and I was expected to behave as though they were my parents, too. They looked upon us as their responsibility when we were with them, as my parents looked out for their kids when the circumstances called for it. It truly was a sense of community and shared values.

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          • chitownmom says:

            “Maybe his parents should have been doing their job and monitored his online social activity and they would have seen he needed either help or a strong hand and certainly needed his access to guns taken away.”

            I think that parent who think that monitoring their children’s social media will keep their children on the right course are fooling themselves. Kids as young as 10 can figure out how to have multiple accounts, one for the parents to see and another for their “real” posts.

            IMO it is far more effective to have truly parented from day 1… teaching a child kindness, empathy, honesty, responsibility, etc. These are lessons that can and should be taught as the child grows.

            I have wondered how parents of children like this (school shooters) interacted with their children. I guess I don’t think that there are that many true psychopaths from birth. I wonder at what age did the parents of the Columbine shooters stop teaching such lessons? Because I don’t understand how children can amass the materials they used and stored in their homes if parents were actively involved in their son’s daily lives. I think these parents were on auto pilot.

            It’s too easy to say “here is a boy whose hormones ruled his actions”. However, ALL adolescents go through this, but only a small few become killers.

            I believe the difference is how the child was taught,

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            • michellc says:

              I can only go on my own personal experience and I raised my kids during the time technology was booming.
              I raised my kids right, but I also knew what they were doing online and I knew what they were doing and who they were doing it with in the real world as well.
              Personally, I think it’s a cop out to say, “well I can’t monitor them, they’re too smart.”

              It wasn’t always easy and I’m not going to fool myself and say my kids were perfect and never did something I didn’t know about. I couldn’t watch them 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

              I think it takes more than just raising a kid right from the beginning. There is a lot out there anymore trying to corrupt kids. Parents more than ever need to be vigilant and instead parents more than ever are anything but vigilant. God, family, love and discipline have became old fashioned.

              Take this kid, he wasn’t trying to hide anything, all his parents had to do was search his name on twitter and they could have easily followed his thoughts.

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        • lorac says:

          Hispanic was a political term created in America in the 70s. It’s not a race. It’s a created term to refer to people who come to America from disparate Spanish speaking countries to get power out of greater numbers.

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    • michellc says:

      I bet this same guy calling Indians rednecks says Washington Redskins is racist.lol

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  2. Josh says:

    I’m curious if he was on medication(s)

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    • michellc says:

      I’m never PC so I won’t start now, drugs of choice in Indian communities is alcohol, pot and huffing paint in that order. So I’m not accused of saying all, I will clarify not all Indians drink or smoke pot or huff paint, but all 3 are a huge problem in the Indian community.
      ADD drugs though are commonly prescribed to Indian children the same as to white children.

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  3. Chip Bennett says:

    48- hour rule in effect. Let the DK bigots bloviate based on incomplete/unvetted information.

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  4. michellc says:

    I also see people across the net calling for banning guns again, yet I haven’t read anyone calling for banning axes or knives, the woman in Oklahoma isn’t any less dead because a knife was used instead of a gun. Just speaking for myself, I’d prefer to die by a bullet than my head cut off.

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  5. maggiemoowho says:

    Reading through his twitter account, his friends and the numerous sick tweeters, who have felt a need to blame the now deceased ex-girlfriend, makes me sad for society. Youth in this country are just screwed up and beyond help. I just don’t understand why parents don’t watch what their kids are doing on social media and in their personal lives. There is nothing wrong with a parent asking their child to hand their phone and computer over each night to be checked, doing that just might save their life or someone elses. Remember social media works two ways. I would want to know who my child is inviting into their life. Many prayers go out to all the victims, families, students and faculty.

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    • sundaybu says:

      Fourteen years old and posting so much high charged sexual content and commentary on the type of sex he’s had, etc… Too much, too young. I am officially old and/ a prude, I guess. It’s just amazing a 14 y.o. would boldly post all the sexual details he has experienced- is this the norm today? Fourteen yo’s aren’t equipped to deal with so much grown-up stuff, imho. It’s hard enough for adults to sanely handle life- these kids emulate all they see on the screens and in hear their ears (today’s music). Is nothing kept private or wholesome in this world? Rant.

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      • yakmaster2 says:

        Teenage boys are always sex hounds. They typically brag about their exploits—though nowadays bragging apparently includes very public FB and Twitter postings (disgusting). Be that as it may, boys have always liked to be seen as ‘experienced.’
        But over the past couple decades girls have become increasingly prone to bragging about their sexual exploits too! Far too many of these little vixens don’t even consider certain acts as “having sex.” They are proud of it and believe it makes them more popular with the boys. Well, duh.
        They’re running around trying to emulate the latest female Pop tart. Like Miley Cyrus. It’s sad because these very young women/girls are clueless about the fact that females have always been their own gatekeepers—for good reason!

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        • Wizzum says:

          From what I’ve learned in my time, boys do a lot o bragging about sex and not much doing. Girls that are sexually active do a lot of doing and not much bragging.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          The sexual escapades of these children demonstrates how bad moral behavior is in America today. Christian values no longer are being taught in many families. These kids will have a hard time being in loving monogamous relationship when they become adults. It’s a sad state of things.

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      • lorac says:

        Sounds like he didn’t have involved parents keeping an eye on his postings. Might have given them a clue about where he was and that he needed some pa

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    • chuckles49 says:

      I think they should just shut down social media sites period! Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. are more harmful to society than they are beneficial. They’re used for all the wrong reason anymore.

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  6. kittycat77 says:

    I’m 61 years old now, and I was thinking about what the kid did, meaning murdering a classmate, a young lady, then himself and wounding others.

    Okay. Here’s what I think, too many kids are suffering from a disease in today’s time, and it’s called “entitlement syndrome.”

    When I was growing up, I do remember getting rejected by someone. Yeah, it hurt my heart pretty bad, but then I had to get over it, which I did get over it. But none of us wanted to go around and shoot and murder others for rejecting them. It was just the way that it was. We just dealt with it, then trying to mend our broken hearts. It was a fact of life.

    But here’s the thing in today’s time, how many kids are taught moral teachings, Christian teachings? I remember these teachings helping me through difficult times…even when there was a broken heart involved. I was definitely no saint. I did things in my lifetime that I should never have done, but one thing is, I would have never murdered someone. Now I might have killed someone who was trying to kill me or my family. That is self-defense and is a different story altogether.

    Anyway, in today’s time frame, kids think that they are entitled to anything and everything that adults have worked hard for. I know this is 100% correct from a great-niece leaving home, thinking that she should have exactly what all the elders in the family have, and that no one loves her, why can’t she have everything like us? Not that any of us are wealthy by any means. We have been hardworking folks our entire lives.

    So did this young 15-year-old man feel an entitlement syndrome? If so, did this same syndrome allow him to murder a young lady who he felt that he was entitled to? I say that it did. He felt like he was entitled to have her no matter what, then, of course, no scriptural teaching, no moral compass?

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    • rightasrainy says:

      Humans have always killed over rejection. Crimes of passion aren’t new. It wasn’t different in your day. The only difference is you didn’t have social media sending information to every household in the world in a manner of seconds.

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      • whodoneit says:

        rightasrainy – kittycat77 has a good point. And there absolutely is more mindless violence today than years ago. Today’s youth are not parented as well as in the past. Broken homes and single uninterested parents (mostly minority women) abound. Plus the young have been desensitized to the atrocity of violence by the so-called “entertainment” industry and the mainstream media. Unwed minority women and assorted “celebrities” are spitting out kids all over the place. There was a time when young women and teens were sent off to stay with an aunt for a few months because of the moral shame. Now it’s a warped source of pride. It’s extremely obvious that the morality and self respect in this county has gone down the toilet. And if don’t see that – your likely too young to realize the difference.

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      • lorac says:

        From what we know, what happened to him and potentially led to his being upset, happens to everyone,even the slurs (someone gets called an Indian slur, someone gets called honkey, someone gets called ugly or fat or prissy, etc). But besides the increase in social media,we’ve also had a decrease in coping skills,and supportive family to comfort the walking wounded. It helps most people to process what they’re feeling, with someone who will offer comfort and another perspective, something constructive. I think a lot of kids don’t have someone like that in their life.

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  7. czarowniczy says:

    I grew up in a military environment, my old man was career military, all of my friends were military brats, our family friends were all military, we all had guns and (as you might imagine) sex and alcohol were never far out of reach. I went through ‘The Change’ in that environment, and in Germany during the early 60s no less, yet I never shot up my school or chopped up and buried fellow students. Where did I go wrong????????

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    • yankeeintx says:

      If you had shot up the school, nobody would have heard about it. Now, within seconds it spreads around the world, and you’d be famous. Does anybody go to church these days? When I grew up the fear of my Dad and the fear of going to hell were a big part of our decision making.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Just what I was gonna say – I wouldn’t have given a rat’s patoot who heard about it as long as my old man didn’t. Look at the stats now – how many kids out there have no idea (never mind the moms) who their dad is.

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  8. sangell51 says:

    This is an atypical school shooting. There was another Native American boy who shot up his school a few years back. He was more a Columbine type. This guy seems to have been a very young version of the murder/suicide type we see far too much of with middle aged men these days. Guys who shoot their wives and children then themselves. If you want to kill yourself fine but leave everyone else out of it.

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  9. Imogene says:

    FTA: “However, the teen hormone rage when combined with anxiety and sexual frustrations is a toxic issue, and also why we don’t outline these events.”

    What exactly do you mean by “we don’t outline these events?” I’m specifically unclear about your use of the word “outline.” What exactly would “outlining” these events look like?

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  10. bille white socks says:

    Injuns, when not blaming all their wows on white cowboys,… hit, rape and kill each other. Been that way for hundreds of years.

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  11. carterzest says:

    The FB team won tonight.

    Montel shared an incredibly moving story

    I really like him at times.

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