Ignoring that nonsense since Cain was Adam and Eve's firstborn son....and Genesis makes no reference or inference to him being the son of satan......
You still haven't answered the question.
You want to ban an object without substantial proof it WILL cause someone to kill someone else.
Its about training kids to become (potential) killers without any discipline.
In your previous post "potential" wasn't in it. The word you chose was "FACT." As in "WILL" cause.
I'm stating in 100% truthfulness and honesty I have killed people.....without the assistance of a video game. Where do I fit into your equation? If something like a First Person Shooter GAME will "make" someone kill, wouldn't First Person Shooting REALITY make them all the more worse?
Who gets to be thought police and determine what should or shouldn't be banned? Are True Crime and Murder Mysteries next? Or killers like me? Where does it end and who holds this power?
“I’m stating in 100% truthfulness and honesty I have killed people.....without the assistance of a video game. Where do I fit into your equation? If something like a First Person Shooter GAME will “make” someone kill, wouldn’t First Person Shooting REALITY make them all the more worse?”
That’s a fascinating question. I think Grossman would ask “in which context”? Military? Then you received the discipline; you know why you did it; and you are being recompensed for it: parades, medales, honour.
Or was it police duty? Or self-defense? Or as a civilian militant during a civil war?
The basic difference with FPS videogames is that one associates killing with reward and pleasure, without any disciplinary and larger context.
Is that so in the military and the police? I don’t think so. It’s about protecting the ‘sheep’ from the ‘wolves’ — much more than raking points, while smelling your girlfriend perfume and drinking soda pop with your buddies.