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Father 'stressed' over being ignored by ex-wife allegedly shoots his 4 kids in their sleep

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I learned in high school that women come and they go. No reason to stress over them and definitely no reason to kill because of them.

That is a good emotion to learn early on. The older culture here never allowed that at early ages, so the kids never learned to lose a crush.

When these idiots lose a wife, gf or argument, they resort to irrational behavior.

Ok. I will put myself in the firing line and say that whilst this is an enormous tragedy and that the man is entirely to blame for what he did, we should also consider the other side of the coin.

This type of thing is happening in many countries and I believe that there is more to it than meets the eye.

Any man that has ever been involved with a woman will know what can be done by them without remorse whatsoever.

That the guy is an animal goes without saying but the psychology behind the event remains to be seen.

This is a reasonable thought. Women separating fathers from their children can be an act of evil many men cannot stand. I understand it

at least. I have been threatened with it for no good reason than the mother's selfishness. It darkens my mind like few other of life's events.

There may have well been less provocation here, however it is a good point to make, to say it can cloud a man's reason beyond his boundaries.

Here in Thailand where violent repercussions are frequently de rigeur, this result is definitely on the cards.

I agree, it's an evil act and the men cannot process it... but take it out on the aggressor, not the innocent kids.

sadly Thai jealousy rears its ugly head again, r.i.p.

I don't think it's jealousy as much as it is the inability to process emotions in a reasonable manner. They go too far and maybe because of the losing face stupidity.

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Ok. I will put myself in the firing line and say that whilst this is an enormous tragedy and that the man is entirely to blame for what he did, we should also consider the other side of the coin.

This type of thing is happening in many countries and I believe that there is more to it than meets the eye.

Any man that has ever been involved with a woman will know what can be done by them without remorse whatsoever.

That the guy is an animal goes without saying but the psychology behind the event remains to be seen.

There maybe "excuses" for what he did BUT that is not a reason to do it - particularly to murder children! Absolutely NO reason at all. coffee1.gif

His ex has also paid a high price but not the ultimate price.

Anger management, it seems, is not practiced in Thailand. Perhaps some "attitude adjustment" by better education of the young is desperately called for? Attitude adjustment seems to be easily given for some but not those who kill or mistreat children.

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I learned in high school that women come and they go. No reason to stress over them and definitely no reason to kill because of them.

While you might be right there is something you forgot

- there were children and in most cases women behave like they own them (having the force of the law behind them)

and they take away from the man what he loves most

(just to consider - I don't know if this was what happened in this case)

Oh I definitely know about that. Because of the poor job my daughter's mom was doing, the court gave me custody when she was 13. But they both made my life a living hell so I went to the court and gave her back (it was what they both wanted). The judge even warned her mom that she would drop out of school at 16, and that she did. I did not get to see or talk to my daughter for 5 years and now that she is 19 years old she is back in my life. And I am happy to say that although she did not finish school and went through a lot of growing pains, she has become an upstanding and productive citizen. She has her own apartment and 2 jobs and just got a car. I am still proud of her and happy that I get to spend time with her now considering all the years we lost due to her mom's bs.

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I learned in high school that women come and they go. No reason to stress over them and definitely no reason to kill because of them.

This is not a fellow that was in high school...sure women can come and go at that time..this is very different. Lots of Thai women are devious and not to be easily trusted. In most cases..they deserve what's coming to them...

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Horrible event.........RiP the lovely, innocent kids...........

Why is this type of incident becoming so prevalent nowadays here in Thailand.........??

Why is this sort of behaviour becoming so prevalent ? Because most thai males have the mentality of young children, are spoiled rotten from birth, and think that the world is their oyster. When actual events don,t match their expectations they are incapable of reacting in a mature fashion :(

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Oh, its true alright. This molly coddled mummy's boy, like most Thai men, wasn't getting what he wanted, in his way, when he wanted it and so did what he seen to be the correct thing to do. Went into a selfish rage and punished his wife for not holding him, coming to him when called and not giving him his way.

I see it everyday with young Thai boys and full grown Thai men. It's scary, it really is. RIP to his dear children.

Quite apart from the tragedy described here in which innocents have died, it's a miracle how perceptive, all-seeing and deeply skilled in diagnosis some can be when the victims bodies are barely cold.

You should be ashamed of your rush to judgment when knowing virtually nothing of the circumstances surrounding the case.

NO circumstances................NONE sir.......warrant the taking of the lives of four innocent children. I don't care how distressed he was. What kind of person does this kind of thing? Selfish,

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Oh, its true alright. This molly coddled mummy's boy, like most Thai men, wasn't getting what he wanted, in his way, when he wanted it and so did what he seen to be the correct thing to do. Went into a selfish rage and punished his wife for not holding him, coming to him when called and not giving him his way.

I have some sympathy for the guy,

Having had the same thing done to me by my British wife.

But I walked away without killing the kids I will never be allowed to see again.

It would have been good to have got back at her in some way, but not like that.

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Oh, its true alright. This molly coddled mummy's boy, like most Thai men, wasn't getting what he wanted, in his way, when he wanted it and so did what he seen to be the correct thing to do. Went into a selfish rage and punished his wife for not holding him, coming to him when called and not giving him his way.

I see it everyday with young Thai boys and full grown Thai men. It's scary, it really is. RIP to his dear children.

Just tow days ago,a young Thai stabbed his prrety 21 years old SM uni student to deat because she asked him to quit playing video games all the time and start looking for a job!! he propably felt that she hurt his"manhood" by critisizing him.I come from an under-developped 3rd world country myself,where you find many men,including educated ones,believe that women are created to satisfy their sexual needs.It seems that some Thai,and other Asian,men believe that women should also satisfy their financail needs as well.

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Ok. I will put myself in the firing line and say that whilst this is an enormous tragedy and that the man is entirely to blame for what he did, we should also consider the other side of the coin.

This type of thing is happening in many countries and I believe that there is more to it than meets the eye.

Any man that has ever been involved with a woman will know what can be done by them without remorse whatsoever.

That the guy is an animal goes without saying but the psychology behind the event remains to be seen.

I don't know what women you have been spending time with but no woman has ever made me want to kill anyone let alone my own children.

And your first sentence contradicts itself: "the man is entirely to blame" and " we should consider the other side of the coin". Why do we need to consider any other side if he is entirely to blame?

You are right. Even at the time I considered the syntax inappropriate but I was trying to dodge being misinterpreted.

And you are right also, lucky for you, that you do not know the women that I have spent time with.

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Sorry but .22 Magnum is there such a handgun? Sounds like a bit of a contradiction.

I know it not important.

What an evil and selfish thing to do, RIP you poor inoccents.

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Ok. I will put myself in the firing line and say that whilst this is an enormous tragedy and that the man is entirely to blame for what he did, we should also consider the other side of the coin.

This type of thing is happening in many countries and I believe that there is more to it than meets the eye.

Any man that has ever been involved with a woman will know what can be done by them without remorse whatsoever.

That the guy is an animal goes without saying but the psychology behind the event remains to be seen.

I'll put myself on the firing line and call you a "khwai".

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Oh, its true alright. This molly coddled mummy's boy, like most Thai men, wasn't getting what he wanted, in his way, when he wanted it and so did what he seen to be the correct thing to do. Went into a selfish rage and punished his wife for not holding him, coming to him when called and not giving him his way.

I see it everyday with young Thai boys and full grown Thai men. It's scary, it really is. RIP to his dear children.

and your insightful, studied, unbiased, detached, un-ethnocentric and expert insights into the mass murder shooters...school and otherwise in the U.S please? I just know psychologists from round the world are waiting with baited breath to learn from your analysis

I have recently been reflecting on the countless Thai males I see in the capital who appear to work their <deleted> off EVERY DAY—especially in construction and food preparation. I have seen this over a number of years, and it belies the claims from two Western women made when I first arrived in The Kingdom.

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