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Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
I got picked on a ton in highschool because i had a disability, how shallow is that? You can lay that at the feet of Hillary Clinton, before she advocated to remove mandatory corporal punishment from public school, bullies could have gotten their asses paddled and humiliated in front of their friends to humble them. After she had that removed when Slick Willy was in office, this crap got worse. I guess the government never heard that old addage "If it aint broke don't fix it". Ofcourse most of them are dead or in jail now, and i didn't even have to lift a finger.
Originally posted by Snakedoctorjw
reply to post by WhisperingWinds
The BULLIES filmed it and posted it.
the mother WATCHED it online and downloaded it and POSTED IT LATER!
Originally posted by WhisperingWinds
Originally posted by JibbyJedi
Seems to be the new trend to post bullying videos online.
That's one way to take care of this problem, sometimes death threats take it too far though.
I agree, the death threats go to far.
The only reason I can see for recording this is for proof to press charges, because it was ongoing, and the authorities could do nothing.
I can see no reason for watching my kid get slapped and kicked, and have them subjected to millions seeing their humiliation online.. unless there is a very good reason.
Originally posted by TheLieWeLive
First of all the girl on the side walk has no self confidence. To allow someone to do this to her and not even try and stand up for herself shows that. Yes the bully is to blame but to hell with someone grabbing your hair or slapping you. Stand up and stop it. Fear goes both ways. I bet if she did slap the hell out of her it might not make her stop but It will make her think twice about touching her next time. What's a few bruises compared to your dignity?
The mom needs to help build this girls confidence up.
I had a wise Sensei tell me this once:
Q: If someone hits you, who's fault is it?
A: It's your fault for allowing it to happen.edit on 29-6-2012 by TheLieWeLive because: (no reason given)
Well, I think most of you don't understand this article.
Originally posted by Ben81
Another bullying case
this is why kids dont like school anymore
most kids just wants to learn in peace without being attacked each day
but you really need to be low to do that to a young girl who already suffer of autism spectrum disorder
Shame on the bullies .. they are and will be the losers for ever
how can a kid turn into a bullie .. i will never understand that
The end of the video might be hard to watch for certain
but we all need to witness it so it doesnt happen anymore
teaching our own kids with respect is a must for every familly
Mother puts teen bullying footage on Facebook teen, teenage, bullying, physical, aggression, slapped, kicked, pulled, hair, bullies, footage, harassment, bus, station, Belgium, Roeselare, Kayleigh, Vandeleene
Location: Roeselare, Vlaams Gewest, Belgium (load item map)
The mother of a 13-year-old school girl from Tielt (West Flanders) has posted a video on Facebook to show how her daughter is being brutally bullied by other pupils. She put the footage online to support her daughter, hoping that such incidents can be avoided in the future.
The video goes back to last Tuesday. The victim is waiting at the Roeselare bus station when a group of other pupils from her school arrive. One girl starts bullying her, with the support of her friends and with one pupil making a four-minute movie.
The victim is being told to stand up. The verbal aggression is followed by physical aggression. The girl is being slapped in the face and kicked, and is being pulled by the hair several times.
The movie was first put on YouTube by the bullies. It was removed, but the mother of the victim had a copy and put the footage online on Facebook, titled "How low can you go? Kayleigh's last school day."
"I did this to support my daughter"
The mother wanted to share the video to support her daughter and to make a statement. It worked: the film was shared over 70,000 times in a couple of days. Most viewers express their support for the victim and some have very hard comments towards the bullies. A Facebook hate group was created against the 15-year-old girl that takes the lead in the incident. She also received death threats.
The mother writes that her daughter supports her decision to put the video online. "Kayleigh wants to take an initiative to stop the bullying. We hope that nobody will be confronted with this kind of pestering in the future. (...) The support is doing us a lot of good, but we just want the bullying to stop", she told Het Laatste Nieuws. Kayleigh has an autism spectrum disorder.
I hope she have nice vacation like Karen
Bullying kids : Making The Bus Monitor Cry (video),edit on 6/29/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)