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On Child Bullying: U.S.

Postby Otto_West » Tue Jul 04, 2017 2:11 am

Talk about a nation of hypocrites, grifters, charlatans, and liars, the U.S. wants to talk about child bullying and the social protection against it yet has the highest child rating of poverty for any industrial western nation. :lol:

The United States is full of professional detractors when it comes to publicly discussing anything meaningful or substantial. Just another United States parody with its social descent into hell and damnation.
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Re: On Child Bullying: U.S.

Postby WendyDarling » Tue Jul 04, 2017 3:28 am

Does any child escape being bullied at some point during their childhood? No.

Yet, American Congress places those important dollars towards curbing bullying, while millions of kids go hungry and without basic healthcare.

"[Food insecurity] looks like lots of things," Dunn says. "It looks like empty cupboards in some households. It looks like having to choose between paying the electric bill or buying groceries in other households. There are a lot of families struggling to make ends meet, stretching money to cover costs, including food."

"About 21 million children receive free or reduced lunch in school," Ross Fraser, director of media relations at Feeding America, tells Mashable. "And, of those, about 10 million also receive free breakfast. When schools close, about 18 million of those kids lose access to free meals in the summer."http://mashable.com/2016/07/14/child-hunger-united-states/#zpTbLRLmYaqk


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Re: On Child Bullying: U.S.

Postby The Eternal Warrior » Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:24 am

Isn't fighting against bullying also a form of bullying?
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Re: On Child Bullying: U.S.

Postby Otto_West » Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:38 pm

Some Guy in History wrote:Isn't fighting against bullying also a form of bullying?

Some call it positive freedom versus a negative one, depends on your point of view.
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Re: On Child Bullying: U.S.

Postby The Eternal Warrior » Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:27 am

Otto_West wrote:
Some Guy in History wrote:Isn't fighting against bullying also a form of bullying?

Some call it positive freedom versus a negative one, depends on your point of view.


Well, if you've read Watership Down by Richard Adams, you might recall a point of the story where bullying was necessary to get the rabbits to where they needed to be. It was a good form of bullying, showing a natural precedence for something we know to be bad to be used for the good of all.
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