Opinion: The despair of American youths under an overly critical society

The Buffalo massacre is but one of the countless hate crimes. In today’s American society, no one is completely happy, and everyone seems to have different reasons for dissatisfaction, disappointment, and hatred.

By Chan Kung

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) A recent tragic incident in the United States has stunned the world. This incident is not merely “domestic terrorism”, but its root cause, that of a “critical society”, is far more serious than people think.

Payton Gendron, from Conklin, New York, drove a few hours to Buffalo, which is about 200 miles away, to a predominantly African-American, low-income neighborhood, about 3 miles north of the central Buffalo. It is surrounded by residential areas, a university, a nearby Family Dollar store, and a fire station.

In an act that shocked everyone . . .

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