Any held assumption that violence is an inevitable facet of human relations should be summarily rejected. While being overly possible and present, violence could never be accepted as an inevitable feature of the human experience. Therefore, it should become abundantly clear and thus necessary to restrain the cult of violence at every possible opportunity.
Massacres, mass killings and other grievous forms of the execution of stark violence should not be allowed to become commonplace to a point where average people shrug off major incidents as part of any new normal.
The abatement of recent spikes in episodes and experiences of gun violence could only be started with a major harness of fallible ideological rhetoric, which has been perpetrated and widely circulated by populist political and religious leaders, who seek division among the many peoples, as a means to furthering an agenda of hate and to prolonging their numbered days of influence.
To restrain the cult of violence, the amplified antics against differing religions, race and places of origin, must be toned down and repelled at all levels.