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Sunday, November 17, 2013

The bullying issue.



 

Should we call kids bullies or should we refer it as simple teasing. As adults, parents, we have the responsibility to teach children, not point fingers and accuse...
The way things are right now, we treat kids who need to be thought teasing is never a good thing, as criminals, some forfeited their responsibility to the state and it's organisations, social programs and especially schools...
Kids are not criminals, and calling them such if they tease other kids is disruptive, they need to learn, to be thought what is right and wrong, the very idea that some people call kids criminals is a perfect example of a lost society.
What about those who are teased? What is wrong with teaching them also, to stand up for themselves, instead if telling them they are victims...
Dressing a boy in pink and making him believe there is something wrong with him because he is a boy does not help matters any, when they do this, they go against his nature, and no one can change nature...
Telling a girl, she will be a victim all her life does not promote her future ability to deal with problems life will throw at her...on the contrary, it weakens her character...
What about when they are adults and in the workplace, will they be able to handle situations that are difficult or will they react the way they were told? If your a man your bad, if your a woman your a victim?
A child, is never a bully, never, since he or she is not done been thought the values of respect for others.
The ones that are bullies are adults who use their position to demonize unjustly others, those who use the power they attained to control others, instead of using it for good and helping...
Bullies are adults who know the difference between a tease and a bully, but do it anyway...
Bullies destroy, instead of building a better life...and only adults have the power to do this, not kids...
Kids do not have the power to be bullies, only the power to tease because they are in a process of learning what is right and wrong, adults on the other hand already know the difference.
Kids have taken their lives for God's sake because they did not know how to handle a difficult situation, did not know how to stand up for themselves.
Creating victims instead of experiences, weakens a society and a nation, as parents we have the duty and responsibility to make sure our kids are guided and told this world is not always a pretty place...that violence and difficult situation will arise, and will always exist, side by side with joy and happiness...life is a balance, we simply have to teach our kids that; if we don't someone else will try, and usually these people have an agenda and always make things worse...
For quite a while now we went from building strong family values with kids who could handle life, to a society dependant on those who know nothing of the workings of the family home, most of which have no kids of their own....
And what's the results...crime, drugs, teen pregnancy, generational welfare, lack of respect for others and ones self, we even pushed aside our elders and replaced them with teen help lines or c.a.s. child protection, teachers who now believe they "co-parent" our kids.
What the hell do they know of how your family home operates, you can't learn individual family life in a university or taking women's studies that teaches men enslave their wives....abuse their kids.
When we forfeit our responsibilities to others, we have declared failure.
Teaching kids, does not always produce instant results, but in the long term, the lessons do eventually come to fruition...once they reach adulthood...
Call them names, tell them they are bullies, or criminals...that is the lesson they will take with them...
Tell them, teach them, that teasing is never right, that life will be easier if they respect others and themselves and we create adults with strong characters.
I no longer believe, social programs, schools, so on, have our best interest in mind, they have an agenda, to change the world according to their views, or simply to promote themselves personally, and the most disturbing thing about all this is...they are using kids to do it...

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