You have to take things into context. The guy's dad killed himself, the mom was paralyzed, and all he had were his grandparents. I'm not saying that justifies his actions, but he had a shitty life, and it sounds like his peers and teachers ignored him, when he obviously needed help. Today's kids are being forced to survive an educational system that has more to do with achieving statistical results than it has to do with achieving qualitative results. What that does is turn kids into numbers, not individuals. So instead of recognizing and accepting differences, kids are taught to shun them, because they're considered weaknesses, not strengths. That probably explains why he turned to Hitler, because Weis was hoping to use some sort of eugenic argument against his mixed blood, which he felt made him less of a person next to his peers. He was trying to re-define his Chippewa heritage as something to be proud of, not to be scorned. It's just a tragic irony that he wound up embracing the ideology which was responsible for wiping out most of his people hundreds of years ago.
Also, I have to add that today's therapists really don't know a fucking thing about their patient's needs, and are just ripping off their insurance to get them drugged out on prozac. That way, when the medication causes them to go even more ballistic than they were before, they can blame it on a "chemical imbalance", instead of the medicine. Hell, therapists should be addressed by their real professions: career enablers. So it's no wonder the FCC's only gone after that shit during the last few years, as there's been a wall of silence on the part of the prescribers. But hey, if they go psycho, blame flash, not their easy access to legal drugs and guns. Seriously, I know his granddad was an ex-cop, but why the fuck does he need that much firepower?