Well there ya have it! It's the video games, Hollywood movies and music that's responsible.
Steve is being sarcastic and I agree with him.
All the solutions put forth seem not quite to hit the mark. There still is an underlying feeling that makes us uncomfortable.
From the time I could first walk I carried A gun. Granted it was a cap gun or water pistol, but still we regularly shot each other and worked out our fantasies. We also realized that it was fantasy and we grew up to be a most law abiding generation needing far fewer police. It was also in the middle of the Great Depression with most people having far less. There were simple minded people or even outright crazy that were more visible than today. Physically deformed were also more in evidence. Kids with cleft palates come to mind and women with hunch backs. Reality was there to see. Simple black and white ideals. Rags to riches with hard work.
World War Two changed all that and idealism became cynicism after it was over. Now society was responsible and not the individual for anti social behavior. Books, movies, political thought all carried that theme. Human nature could be molded to whatever we want if only we could fix society.
History and the hundreds of studies by social anthropologists were ignored or slanted to reach politically correct conclusions. Human instinct, what it is and how it works remain a black hole. The great writers and comedians seem to have the best understanding which is why we react to them as we do. Their appeal is to an understanding deep in our bones. To something we are born with and not learned. Our basic spirit. Not our intellect.
When you see on the news Zoologists and Anthropologists being interviewed rather than psychologists you will know we are on the right track to understanding.