There will always be some members of the population set on killing each other over petty squabbles and imagined slights. Nothing you and I can do will ever change this; nothing government can do will stop it. Some people are just determined to be uncivilized. They may even prefer living this way, and wouldn’t change if given every chance. You will be more free once you realize this truth.
Maybe the best outcome is for them to do society a favor by culling their own herd. How can you prevent them from harming anyone outside their culture while killing each other?
One way to help guarantee this is to make sure everyone is adequately armed. Unfortunately, all legislation imposed under the excuse of disarming these people will only disarm those who have no intention to commit murder.
People who are willing to murder aren’t going to stop short of violating firearms rules. Even if you somehow managed to magically remove all their guns, they’d stab, club, strangle, or drown each other. It’s simply what they are determined to do. Making the rest of us vulnerable isn’t hurting them a bit.
You shouldn’t structure society around this type of person. This gives them the power to control society by their own rules; for their own benefit.
Instead, society is for those of us who respect the life, liberty, and property of all others. Those who refuse to live this way will be continually removed from society by their own actions if we let them. It’s their choice. It’s a service, not a tragedy.
You probably think I’m being harsh. Do you prefer the alternative: to give them the power to dictate how you will be allowed to live. I don’t.
I used to feel bad for this sort of person. If there were a way to get through to them, I’d be for it. More legislation and harsher punishment haven’t worked. Imprisonment has been a complete failure in changing their behavior. I wash my hands of them. My concern for their welfare and quality of life is used up.
I will not sacrifice my liberty because of how the worst among us choose to act. I don’t accept blame for their behavior. I will try to avoid them, knowing they can’t be trusted to act ethically; to respect the rights of others. Stay ready to deal with them when they won’t let you avoid them.