Know this is late to interject, but, bah, I say. I was a vandal when younger. As were all of my idiot friends. The core reason? Sheer boredom. Why wasn't that ever considered part of the theory? I've ever been quite positive about the world, have had a good family, went to and still go to church and hope I have some moral grounding, but, it was soul-crushingly boring back in the day. Dunno what kids are up to now, with their Wiis and X-Boxes and so on, but I guess that keeps them more busy than an NES or Atari. Those things had games designed to more or less make you want to go outside due to sheer frustration (after hurling the godless console at the wall repeatedly because that little bastard in Ninja Gaiden won't do what you told him to and prefers to die). ...I digress.
I've never seen a short so out of touch that I find both hilariously stupid (the norm), but also infuriatingly ignorant of anything resembling reality. Vandalism apparently is the path to being the next Stalin, Pol Pot, Hitler, Che Guevara, or Mao. Psychotic and wanting to kill! ...But first, lets break some windows.