Once upon a time there was a very special land known as Gunlandia.
Gunlandia did everything in its power to help its citizens shoot one another; the more killed, the better. Besides, didn't everyone have a God-given Right to shoot at one another and to be shot at in return? Why indeed leave mass shootings to chance? What fun was there in that?
To achieve its goal of endless mass shootings, the National Gun Box Association (NGBA) placed boxes that were conveniently located throughout all of Gunlandia's major cities. Each box contained unlimited numbers of high-powered guns of all kinds. On each box, a sign clearly said, "Please take more guns than you need for the bad guys are always waiting to pounce. Fourteen is a good number!"
The NGBA did everything they could to ensure that the boxes were always filled with loaded guns because it was every citizen's fundamental right to live next to a well-stocked gun box.
The NGBA never tired of saying that "Gun boxes don't kill people; only people without gun boxes kill people." "When gun boxes are outlawed, only outlaws will have unmarked gun boxes." Etc.
After each mass shooting, the people were strongly encouraged to cry in public because the NGBA knew that this would only encourage people to have more gun boxes. The people were also encouraged to engage in endless conversations about the causes of gun violence to help ensure that the gun boxes were never removed. The more diversions, the better. This was in fact one of the best ways of furthering one of NGBA's major goals: placing a gun box on the every corner of every street!
The NGBA came up with a special wrinkle of which it was especially proud. They placed brightly colored gun boxes outside of schools, churches, movie theatres, super markets, in short, wherever people gathered in large numbers. They strongly encouraged people to take at least one gun with them into every event and place. In this way, no matter where they were, more than one person was guaranteed to be terminated.
What better way of instilling apathy, fear, and hopelessness? Aren't these the goals of any uncivilized society?