Naturally it wouldn't be mentioned in the news, but if you have a child around high school age, you are aware that the number of white children, both boys and girls, committing suicide either in high school or immediately out of high school is almost beyond belief. This is a new phenomenon in the United States. Traditionally children did not commit suicide because they always had so much hope for a better life in the future. Who knows what the reason for this present tragic state of affairs is, perhaps because there isn't much hope in liberal America, no place to go, you're trapped and the fact that in pop culture, high school viciousness goes on forever, even past the age of thirty. Kids don't grow up anymore. Certainly their horizons are not expanded in public school and they are taught to be ashamed of their race and their country, even ashamed of their parents. Plus the focus of our schools has shifted to worship of the 3rd world races and "education" is at the lowest levels.
Last edited by Ray410; 10-13-12 at 03:32 AM.
Very rarely is this sort of thing the fault of only one person.
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Many seem to be missing the triad of issues with this suicide;
The first issue, is the level of harassment kids (<12 years) and young adults (>13 years) are being subjected to. Group mentality is exacerbating this problem, much like a darker, more violent, and twisted version of the Stanford prison experiment.
The second, which I think the pro-bullies are hitting on, in their own cold, callous way, is the emotional and mental strength of today's youth. Many get beaten down, retaliate and, come out fine. How are our children coming into today's world so defeated before they are old enough to even pursue careers, or attend college?
Third, why does the government mandate our children, by threat of criminal penalty, be placed in institutions that they will willfully neglect to ensure our children are safe in? Why do we allow our educators to neglect the responsibility of ensuring our children's safety whilst they are in their care. We put parents in prison for grievous neglect, and even less. The state mandates our children go to these places, and then they fail to protect them.
What is "Bullying"? It is a highly subjective term. Is saying anything I don't like for you to say about me "bullying" even if it is true? At what point one's right to express their opinions curtailed by a "No Bullying" rule? Are we to only agree with and say nicest things possible to all people under the possibility that we might innocently say something that triggers the listener's own internal issues or crack their eggshell egos? Is it like porn, we just know it when we see it? I don't have answers to these questions.
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