http://www.yle.fi/news/id102882.html I agree with this bishop. Finnish parents don't spend enough time with their children. Most of them work both 40 hours a week (and due to working pressure sometimes even more). This results in less attention for children. And the government doesn't take care of them too. Schools are out at 12 PM, 1 AM (EDIT : Should be 12 AM, 1 PM) and after school services are very limited and don't exist for all young children (8,9 years old) or teenagers. That results in problems for society, of which the Kauhajoki shooting was an extreme example. Any comments.