Saturday, 15 November 2014

Why bullying still exists.

Many of us, especially those trapped in poverty or have children with disabilities or special educational needs, have experienced bullying in our lives, this is to explain why bullying won't stop until the government are held accountable and dramatic changes are made.

The economy needs poverty and inequality to gain capital, if the government and corporations lower the conscience of the mainstream follower they successfully dehumanise the vulnerable areas that need funding and can then cut services and budgets without anyone caring about the consequences, schools, disabilities, poverty and benefit claimants all get trashed in the name of capitalism. 

http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/aug/29/socialism-for-the-rich


So this is why children are indoctrinated to despise or ridicule those more vulnerable than themselves, so the higher up in society can easily remove the rights of the people they should be protecting. 

A child with trousers too short and frayed will be pointed at and mocked, even violently assaulted, rather than aided and protected as they should be. The parents are taught that if a child's mother or father is claiming, then they are living off the backs of hard working middle class citizens, thus gives personal reason to bully and dislike the person who they see as a reason to why they also are facing austerity.

So when the government cuts the benefits that child's parents receive it's seen as a success rather than the true inequality and breach of human rights it is.  

The child from the lesser impoverished family will learn, like most children, to judge the very same people their parents do, this creates a generation of hate and disregard that lasts and grows stronger. 

Millions of families across the UK are struggling with the cost of school and thousands of children are being bullied and embarrassed as a result.


Millions of families across the UK are struggling with the cost of school and thousands of children are being bullied and embarrassed as a result.

Poverty determines your child's education.

Wrong but true, also the endless spiral the government has trapped us in! Forever Poor and forever disadvantaged for generations! 


http://news.tltp.co.uk/changes-in-education/location-plays-a-role-in-education-inequality-/801752980#.VGb5orkgHCQ


This also happens to children with special educational needs or disabilities. 

Weaker vulnerable people should be helped and protected. Bullies prey on weaker targets because it hides their own fears and weaknesses - makes them appear powerful.

The survival of the fittest and the constant pressure of being the best within education tends to eliminate many children from the competition life has become.


Bullies are functioning contrary to everything noble and high in a human being, and we should all aspire to operate on this earth, as the noblest and fairest of beings. To be noble is to seek to serve and not rule, to help not hinder, to love not hate. Deep within us, we all know that's true, but many have forgotten this. The coarseness of human society and its shallow values serve to obscure this.

It is an intentional act on behalf of the leaders and moneymakers of society to tread on those that draw in less profit, and whom they should be protecting.

"Bullying is the repetitive, intentional hurting of one person or group by another person or group, where the relationship involves an imbalance of power.


It leads to an outcome which is always painful and/or distresses."


Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA)


Bullying can happen to any child, but children with special educational needs or a disability (SEND) are more likely to be bullied. 


http://www.cafamily.org.uk/advice-and-support/sen-national-advice-service/bullying-at-school/#.VFONmSvAWLE.twitter


Just for the record, this is just the start of what is to become a more and more fascist Britain, where wealth and health determine how long you live and how well educated you become. 


http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-29398907


http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/personal-finance/welfare-changes-time-line-2013-1786585


The poor and vulnerable will keep getting poorer, and the rich will keep getting wealthier. 


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