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1. bullying does not couse school violence because if it did then it would happen all the time

2. bullying does not cause school shootings

2.1. "Online bullying is not only driving ordinary youth to suicide, but anonymous trolls are celebrating those deaths in what could only be equated to the chat-room equivalent of snuff videos."Isabeau Doucet is a writer whose work has appeared in the Guardian, Nation, and on Al Jazeera. In the following viewpoint, she reports on the growing prevalence and cruelty of online harassment and bullying. She points to incidents in which bullied teens committed suicide. She also highlights incidents in which online bullies have targeted families of those whose loved ones have died, defacing tribute pages and harassing grieving relatives. Doucet argues that the police capacity to stop trolls, or those who harass others online, is insufficient, and she concludes that cyberbullying is causing serious and increasing damage.

2.1.1. "Online bullying is not only driving ordinary youth to suicide, but anonymous trolls are celebrating those deaths in what could only be equated to the chat-room equivalent of snuff videos.

2.1.1.1. people are making fun of the fact that someone is commuting suicide

2.1.2. "Exaggerating bullying makes it ... [seem] like it's normal: 'Everyone does it so it must be OK.'

2.1.2.1. people are thinking that bullying is OK because "everyone else does it"

2.2. Online bullying from peers is not only driving ordinary youth to suicide, but anonymous trolls are celebrating those deaths in what could only be equated to the chat-room equivalent of snuff videos. While it's hardly surprising to see school-yard bullying migrate to Facebook, RIP trolling is something darker, weirder and possibly a symptom of some new 21st-century cyber-induced psychosis.

2.2.1. Yes, it's probably one of the more widespread youth risks on the Internet and yes there are some well-publicized horrific cases of cyberbullying victims who have committed suicide

2.2.1.1. its one of the biggest risk of taking of going online because there are so many cyberbullys

2.2.2. we need to look at what else was going on in the child's life. Even when a suicide or other tragic event does occur

2.2.2.1. people need to take in consideration that someones back round might be really bad so adding bullying to it would just add up to all the bad things that are happening to the victim

3. bullying does cause school shootings

3.1. As most of you are aware, Columbine launched the modern world's war against bullies. Our experts concluded that since the great majority of school shootings are perpetrated by victims of bullying, we need to get rid of bullies. If we can only make bullies disappear, no kids will be victims, and no one will have any motivation to shoot up their schools. So with ten years of massive anti-bully education, why is bullying becoming a more intensive problem? Why isn't it going down?

3.1.1. "Revenge fantasy against years of snubs, slights and cruelties, real and imagined," is the thinking of people who feel like bullies or victims.

3.1.1.1. People who feel like they are being victims of bulling fell like they need to express their feelings back to the bully or someone that's trustworthy.

3.1.2. "It's a portrait of Harris and Klebold as a sort of In Cold Blood criminal duo—a deeply disturbed, suicidal pair who over more than a year psyched each other up for an Oklahoma City-style terrorist bombing, an apolitical, over-the-top revenge fantasy against years of snubs, slights and cruelties, real and imagined."

3.1.2.1. its talking about how they went to Oklahoma

3.2. The article goes on to say about Eric Harris: "One of Harris' last journal entries read: 'I hate you people for leaving me out of so many fun things. And no don't ... say, "Well that's your fault," because it isn't, you people had my phone #, and I asked and all, but no. No no no don't let the weird-looking Eric KID come along.'"

3.2.1. "Klebold, on the other hand, was anxious and lovelorn, summing up his life at one point in his journal as 'the most miserable existence in the history of time.'"

3.2.1.1. how this kid is spending all of his time in his journal

3.2.2. "One of Harris' last journal entries read: 'I hate you people for leaving me out of so many fun things. And no don't ... say, "Well that's your fault," because it isn't, you people had my phone #, and I asked and all, but no. No no no don't let the weird-looking Eric KID come along.'"

3.2.2.1. Erik is mad because he never got included in things

4. bullying does cause school violence because every year the suicide rate for teens get higher

5. because it happens to often

6. "because every one does it so it must be find"