I bet everyone heard about or seen the scene on cnn or watever local news about the Korean guy who murdered 32 college kids in Virginia Tech. I don't know really to think of Cho as a murderer or pity him. But, a big portion of me.. feels pitiful for him tho. Even tho he killed 32 others. From what I seen, I felt that he has nobody to turn to, nobody to talk to and nobody even loved or cared for him. Most prolly they were all bullies around him, making him a laughing stock that made him feel so low about himself. Everyone has their limits. Even when one work.. one can turned psycho due to overstressed from work. Probably same went to him. He was down with mental illness, probably due to the stress he gets from his peers and those that look down at him, not being an American who's living in America. He did it because he hated them, the Americans. He was filled with anger and hatred. And yet, nobody he could face. Making him a quiet and reserved person, as what being told by him suitemate. Probably this could bring a lesson to those bastards out there who doesnt watch their mouth, who doesnt give a fuck about how people feel. Those that their brains are stucked in their ass. It's advisable to take 'em out of their asses and fix it back in their head. If they had been a better person, this wouldn't have happenned.
On the other hand, I would have to say that Cho was also wrong in randomly murdering all 32 students. He could probably like murdered the bastards instead of young innocent kids in the college. He did that out of anger and clasifying all of them into the same category which he was obviously wrong. Not all Americans are the same. And definitely killing 32 was a huge wrong-doing. But again, he was mentally unstable due to all these exterior factors.
I was so into the case today.. out of no where.. thus, go and look into youtube and all for videos and all. There's this one titled, "Rest In Peace Cho Seung-Hui" which I wanna share here. But wasn't allowed to be embedded. Thus, the link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8WdKkv5ABs
I quoted this from The Star online which again, I wanted to share. Source : http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2007/4/22/worldupdates/2007-04-21t233821z_01_nootr_rtrjonc_0_india-295102-1&sec=worldupdates
"I just wanted you to know that I am not mad at you. I don't hate you,"
read a note among flowers at a stone marker labeled for Cho. "I am so sorry that
you could find no help or comfort."
Some hated him while some pitied him. As for me, I pitied him. He would have been a happier person if given the chance to. He was only 23.