I am angry, very very angry...
Yes, and that anger can be a fire held deeply so that as was commented in the article, we do the opposite from what is the general western modus of:
How soon we forget.
Even if we don't forget, as in "silence and concentration" and if the next does this and the next, what has this done? This it seems is what is banked on, "silence" and when the next atrocity happens it is the same, all the while thinking that surly someone will say something, do something and it never comes. It is, osit, the DOing of something, each and all, that these pathological powers fear the most, not giving them what the want. It the anger is not channeled to ignite some form of change then it seems it just burns itself or us out.
The video highlights someone DOing something, speaking out, giving knowledge and in a way it is a torch being passed along. So how best to keep it burning is a question that each needs to consider.