How the use of the high school classes “carnival stand” is, a racial slur, and it’s, spinning, out of, control, and this is still due to the students’ IGNORANCE, and the school should’ve been more watchful, in educating the high school age “kids” on this too! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The Taichung First High School students using the C3H5Na to make fun of natives had spun out of control, the legislator brought the fact of how the native students are being cyberbullied on social network. The matter of racism kept recurring in Taiwan more and more prevalently in recent years, and what we need to note, is how the incident from Taichung First High School suggested to the enabling culture of discrimination in Taiwan.
The American sociologist believed that “trends are signs”, the single incident does NOT exist independently from society as a whole, it’s a social problem with more severity. So, from the incident at Taichung First High School, we can deduct, that in the recent years, the “backflips” of mocking natives in a university, the youtuber, Ghosts Kuo’s “the residents of Lanyu are the most sexually open”, to the mainstream Golden Bell T.V. Awards making fun of the native cultures, reflecting just ONE core matter: our society enables the means of racism.
The students who’d set up the carnival stand using the derogatory name referring to the natives, they don’t see anything wrong with what they’d done, the groups that bullied the natives, nobody puts a stop to, the online media making fun of the native winners of the awards, but, none of the members of the press believed it to be, wrong, that hey, maybe what we are saying, might, offend someone. From the sociologist’s angle, the problem of racism is now, societal, and now just in the means of education, workforce, news media anymore, meaning, that in the society, there are, a ton of people, who’d lacked the pathological awareness that they are, racists, and, oftentimes, it would take something to get out of control, for the individuals involved to realize, “hey, I seemed to have done or said something, awful!”
racism and bullying often come hand-in-hand…photo from online
If we take “anti-racism” as something that’s vital to the wellbeing of all the people, then, the Department of Education should, improve the awareness of “multiculture” in the high schools and universities. If we don’t do anything, and just allow these incidents of racism to keep recurring, then, “respect for ALL the subcultures in Taiwan” will become, nothing more, than that, overly used, motto!
And so, this showed just how, ignorant, the schools, the officials, and the students are, I mean yeah, you can make the excuse for the students for NOT knowing better (uh, they’re all, at least, SIXTEEN, and you would imagine, that they would have some, COMMON sense here!), but because, the schools didn’t put an end to this bad behavior, I mean, it was, a school carnival, that’s, hosted within, the campuses, and yet, nobody higher up (the principals, the disciplinary officials, yada, yada, yada, yada) thought to REVIEW the booths, the stands set up first, before the students, started using the racist slurs, “for fun”…
The political party is still, “johnny-come-lately”, in EVERYTHING, not just in how it responded to MERS-CoV, the problems brought on by the aging community, and now, this, bullying in school too, still too zoomed in on the “treatment”, instead of the prevention of the problems here! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
As the case of bullying in school is still pending investigation in a high school in Taichung, the legislators who aren’t from the DDP found, that in recent years, there’d been a high prevalence of reports on cases of in-school bullying, but not very many cases made it to court, they’d deducted, that it’s due to how these cases did NOT fit to the “continual” bullying definitions, “continuing” but there’s no hard evidence, with the various counties and cities going by their own rules of definitions, the cases are being underreported, and not paid enough attention to. The head of Department of Education, Pan stated, that the first step to stop bullying is encouraging the victims to report, but it’s still case specific, that he’d promised, to reevaluate the procedurals, and the definitions of what constitute as bullying in school.
The legislator, Wan told, that the third rule of school bullying prevention mentioned that bullying must be a continual behavior, and those once incidents were only seen as bad conduct of the students, but, one single bullying event, may damage a student for life; the legislator, Cheng also told, that in the past, Japan also wrote “continual behavior” into the anti-bullying laws for interpretations, but the legislature had removed it since; the American definitions of bullying also did NOT have the “continuing of the behaviors” set in, that the Department of Education should, reevaluate the definition of bullying.
Pan stated, encouraging the victims to report is the first step to bullying prevention, that he promises to set a more precise definition after he’d discussed the matter with the department of education, to set up a fuller system of reporting.
And so, this is how the DDP still, treated the problem, after the problem came out, and that’s how they keep on, delaying everything, first, it’s the vaccines we need for MERS-CoV, then, the quick scan kits, and then, it’s this, the systems just aren’t, set up completely, and that, is the problem that needed to get, FIXED up, for everything to run more, smoothly, but, those god DAMN higher up officials of the DDP, they do NOT care!
Nobody got her/his neck slashed, this time, but next time, who knows, the blade may still be in the knife, and, blood will be, spilled them, and this happened in a classroom, with an adult, the teacher, is negligent, at least, for NOT making sure, that improper horse play doesn’t happen under her watch! Off of the Newspapers, translated…
The Department of Education Intervened to Counsel, to Enforce the Moral Education of the Elementary Schools as Well as Enforcing the Laws of Safety in the Schools
In an elementary school in Hsinbei City awhile ago, there was a student, during the break periods, took a knife, held it against his classmate’s neck, the victim student’s parents were unsatisfied how the school handled the matter, posted the incident on the local Facebook groups, demanded that the other child’s parents start disciplining their own young, and demanded that the school instructors get tougher on disciplining the students. The Department of Education stated, that they will have the school counsel the students continually and they will enforce the education of moral responsibilities, and the law too.
At break period on Tuesday this week, a twelve-year-old male student from an elementary school in Hsinbei City was horseplaying with the classmate, he’d picked up a craft knife, held it against a fellow student’s neck, it’d thrilled the other students around. As the victim student’s parents learned, they got furious, and started calling out on the local FB group: “Parents of the child who’d allowed him to bring the craft knife to school, DO watch your own young better, and the principal of the school, the teachers too, man up, don’t wait until a student gets severely injured, and then, make the useless apologies.”
The parent also wrote, “to the parents of the child who brought that craft knife to school, DO view your child’s behaviors more seriously, I got all the time, and I’ll wait for you at the principal’s office, don’t run from this.”
as I didn’t know better can no longer be used as a valid excuse here! Illustration from online
The principal of the school stated, because the instructor worried that as the students were using the crafts knife, they risk cutting themselves, that’s why the instructor had collected the knife right after art class, and, the knife that the child grabbed didn’t have the blade in it. Because the male student couldn’t find a more proper way to interact with his peers, and the school will continue to counsel this male student.
The Department of Education stated, that the male student, during the break period, when he was playing with the other students, held the knife used in art class close to the student’s neck for close to two seconds, the blade was already out, and as the other students reminded the instructor, the instructor collected the knife without the blade back. As the school had been notified, they’d called up the parents, and told them what had happened, and discussed the means of counseling needed for the students, to avoid incidents like this from recurring.
The school already had the counselors stepping in, to help the male student learn in class better, to help him relate to his classmates in a proper and safe manner, at the same time, reminded the students, if they find something that’s not quite right, to immediate tell their classroom teachers.
And so, this, is what happens, as children horse played with one another, and this time, thankfully, nobody was injured, or killed, but, next time, it may not be as lucky, and the instructor, the school is at best, negligent, in not instructing these young school age children what is proper and improper ways of playing with each other, besides, the kids are modeling the behaviors, from what they encounter on the internet, in the news media, on the soaps, there’s NO way of preventing that NO scene of violence enter into their, eye sights, and so, as adults, you can only, make sure, that you keep the sharp objects out of these kids’, reaches.
The abuse by this ill-fitted school instructor that’s caused this male student to suffer from dissociative symptoms, and PTSD as well, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
A male instructor, Liu asked a ten-year-old male student to look out for his young son who just started in school, believed that the student he’d asked to watch out for his son didn’t do his job, he’d beaten the genital of the student with a drum stick, and abused the ten-year-old for a whole year, causing the boy to start exerting the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, and he’d fainted in school twenty times once. The Taipei District Court found that Liu the instructor, used his authority as a school instructor, abused a helpless student, during the trial, he’d ignored how he’d caused the child to become psychologically ill, that he deserved a harsh punishment, sentenced him to four years six months for obstructing the growth of young children; this can be appealed.
The victimized male student wrote the thank you notes to the judges, “Thank you, judges, for serving justice for me”, “it’d been four years since, although I’m taller, and more mature now, but it’d still, stayed in my mind, I kept replaying the scene of me, getting beaten up by Mr. Liu.”
Based off of investigations, the instructor, Liu believed that the student didn’t care for his son well enough, had multiple times abused him in class, using the drum sticks to beat on his genital, his bones in the calves, or smacked the back of the student’s head, temple, the nose ridge, and slapped him across the face, insulted him, “Your father is stupid, your mother, a fool, that’s why a trash like you were born, you IDIOT!”, and forced the student to not tell anybody about his abuse.
The victimized student started exerting the symptoms of dizziness, stomach troubles, and started in September of the following year, he’d started having the fainting spells in class, started screaming and begging for forgiveness, and was later diagnosed with PTSD with symptoms of dissociation.
The instructor, Liu denied the allegations of abuse to the end, and claimed that he was libeled and slandered against by the young student.
But the homeroom instructor of the boy told, that the victim would pass out in class, ten to twenty times a day, that as he’d fallen down, he’d started, convulsing, kept ranting, “I won’t do it again, I’m sorry, Mr. Liu, I won’t, do it, again!”
The Collectivist Court found, that before the boy was placed in medical treatment, he’d never disclosed what Liu had done to him, later, as he’d disclosed what had happened to him when he was unconscious, and his families heard, that he had, NO reasons to, frame Liu.
And so, this is how the victims of abuse, suffered from the dissociations, reliving the traumatic moments of what had happened to him, and this instructor was awful in his means of abusing the student, and he NEVER should’ve asked a TNE year old KID to take care of his own young, first grade son, the boy is still a child himself, and how the @#$%, can he, possibly, take up the responsibilities of caring for another child who’s, only, a few years younger than he is?
An incident of your son getting beaten by a classmate, and you’d found out why, and you and your son had selected to forgive the other child, translated…
“Mom, my head hurts, I think there’s a bump!”, as I bathed my child, my son patted his head, told me, in a sorrowful manner, and I’d immediately felt alerted, and asked him what had happened.
“Was it from a fall during the time between classes?”, my son stuttered, as he’d responded, “No, it was in P.E., when we were lined up, I’d accidentally, bumped into a classmate, the person got angered and pushed me down, then, sat on top of me, to beat me up, and I got this bump on my head”, I was shocked and hurt, and immediately called up my son’s homeroom instructor to understand exactly what had happened.
In the assistance of his homeroom instructor, and I’d communicated with the parents of the other boy, and the boy who’d hit my son apologized to him, and my son and we chose to forgive. After all it was due to our son’s lack of attention, and bumped into his classmate, and even as he’d apologized to the classmate, the other child couldn’t understand, and lost it, that was why the push and the shove occurred. The homeroom instructor later explained to us, that the child who’d hit my son was with emotional troubles, but due to the matters of his families, he didn’t get any help from a professional facility, but the school had assigned the counselors to continue to counsel the child.
And we’d used this as an opportunity to educate our own son, that if in the futures, things similar to this occurred, how he could protect himself, and get away unharmed, to use the right means to resolve his problems, and to avoid the problems that will keep on coming with one solitary incident of violence.
The information is transmitted too speedily nowadays, the children can gain awareness from all over the places, if the parents didn’t give their young the correct values and teach them right from wrong, then, the child can easily be misled into believing, that using violence to resolve the problems is okay; as for the adults’ behaviors and words, the children will always, model after. And so, as parents, we need to set a better example, and use the things that happen in the daily lives, to instill the right kinds of values into our young’s minds, to reduce the onset, the prevalence of in-school violence.
When these incidents do happen, whether it be the school instructors or the parents, they all must face this actively, and not try to smooth things over, and believed, that “the kids are just, playing”; any behavior that can cause someone else physical or psychological harms, are rarely the results of playing for joy, instead, they’re mostly caused by the negative emotions accumulating, causing the person to lose control.
Children are independent, not only do the adults have feelings, the children’s thoughts and feelings should also be listened to and empathized, I hope, that every face that smiled on, will be able to grow up happy and safe in an environment that’s not made with fear.
So, this just showed, how children still modeled after the adults, if you treat your children with violence, then, they’re more than likely to resolve their problems with the violence too, this still showed how children always model after their adult counterparts, and so, as parents, YOU (and nope, still NOT one of you out there!)need to make sure that your emotions are in check, that you are calm and collected when you interact with your own young, and if you lose control, that’s okay too, but be sure to explain to your kids, why it was that you exploded, and that it wasn’t their faults, that it may be something that they’d done that angered you, but it’s not directed toward them as person, but their behaviors.
Despite how the ANTI-STALKING law’s been signed into effect, and this shit is still, happening here! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The first-year student from Shu-Der Technical University in Kaohsiung, Lin had a crush on a sophomore older female schoolmate, two evenings ago after an unsuccessful attempt to get her to love him, Lin told the woman that he wanted to accompany her and a friend of hers back to the dorm, she’d turned him down again, Lin became emotional, started waving a craft knife around, injured the back of the neck of the older female schoolmate he was crushing on, and her arms too; as the police arrived, they’d escorted the injured female student to the nursing units to get her injuries treated, found Lin in his dorm room, with the knife, with the bloody clothes he was wearing; as Lin was taken in and interrogated, he’d claimed he had amnesia over what happened as his professions of love to the woman wasn’t accepted.
Based off of understanding, Lin and the older female schoolmate belonged to the same extracurricular group, at around half past midnight last night, Lin was suspected of being impacted by the woman’s turning him down and objecting his offer to walk her back to her dorm, used the knife and attacked the woman, the female student started bleeding from the neck, and it’d thrilled the female friend she had with her, along with someone else who was out exercising, and they’d immediately notified the police, other than taking the injured female student to the hospital, the police arrested Lin in his dorm, Lin claimed that he’d swallowed several dozen of sleeping pills, was taken to the hospital, under police custody, he’d regained consciousness yesterday, and the police interviewed him, and charged him on attempted murder and assault, sent to the Chiaotou D.A.’s Office for processing.
The Shu-Der Technical University stated, that after the incident, the families of the female student already found their legal counsel, the school worried that the events may cause trauma to the female student, and they will offer the services of counseling and professional social worker to help.
And this, is how, it worked, when you turn a man down, be careful ladies, because, nobody knows if the LOSERS (b/c that’s what you all are!) you’d turned down will react violent, especially when they are, ill-prepared for the rejections that you handed to them, and, this is how well the laws protect us women, the law does, DIDDILY squat! So, look like we’ll all be, carrying that bottle of pepper spray, that TASER, inside our separate, purses, to PROTECT ourselves from this SORT of SHITS then, because, like in this case, the help came, sure, but, the woman was still, injured.
How social networks became, a new source of, anxiety for these, members of the, younger generations, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
As the outbreaks slowed down, this semester, many school had started holding the classroom sessions, but the masks are still, a needed tool to prevent the spread of the virus across the school campuses. Now, it’d been two months since the start of the school year, the masks had, blocked off the saliva, and it’d also, blocked off the interactions of children with their own, peers, some of the first year students hadn’t even seen their classmates’ faces, and can only “show their faces” on social media. But, the children are even more worried over how they are looked upon on social media, and this became, a brand new source of their, anxiety, to even making them the victims of cyberbullying.
The outbreaks not only caused the graduation trips to get canceled, the graduation ceremonies, the first day of school all happened via webcam, that “sense of ritual”, gone, and a lot of the students sighed “there’s no beginning, or an end!”
With the slowing down of the epidemic here, the schools from all around the country started the physical classroom sessions. But, entering into a brand new semester, in the past, to get to know the classroom classmates, there would be the name tags on the desks, and, by a week at most, everybody knew everybody, and now, all the students’ faces are covered with the masks, and, even though at meal time, they’re allowed to take their masks off, they had to eat with the plastic separators between one another, and, a lot of the students just, left their names on their desks, and even now, the students couldn’t call one another by each other’s right names, to the point of the teachers, miscalling the names of the students too.
A middle school principal told, that there’s no first-year student orientation this year, that there’s no morning school gatherings this semester, the students are “slower to warm up”, and, even as the instructors told the jokes, because they can’t see the facial expressions, the students normally, don’t react, and there’s, just, not enough of that warmth of exchanges that we used to get with each other.
like this??? from online
And even though, almost all the students had a cell phone each, and the internet broke the barriers of interactions, a lot of the students, before school started, got together on the social media, to meet up as school resumed. But, the therapist, Tseng told, that the children become, ever the more anxious on if they’re noticed on social media now, and this new trend may become a new source of their, anxieties, affecting the children’s level of self-confidence.
The Children’s Welfare League did a survey and found, that due to the outbreaks, the children and adolescents log online for an average of 42.7 hours per week, almost doubled from last year’s 27.2 hour. But, more than twenty-percent of children and adolescent believed, that they’d been cyberbullied, with the primary way of bullying being “getting named by someone or attacked by someone for no reasons at all”, and there were only, twenty-two percent who would tell the adults, there are at least, twelve-percent that wouldn’t find help from anyone. The Department of Education listed cyberbullying as a form of bullying in school last year.
Pai, the C.E.O. of Child Welfare League advised students on three things, she’d said, admit and accept, that you just can’t get along with everybody; and, you can use the app or the cell phone systems, to keep track of your own personal usage means of social media, to control the time spent; if you encountered something that’s negative that’s affecting you, then, you need to learn to view yourselves, using an unjudgmental way, to calm yourselves down, so you can, deal with the many challenges that life may bring.
Yeah, that, is another, downside to this outbreak, because everything is online, and, there will be, more cases of cyberbullying too, and, cyberbullying is really hard to prevent, because, you don’t know what you may have said, or posted online, that might get misinterpreted by another.
Like that research proposal I’d written up for my methods lab??? How the number of hours of violence in the media viewed by the children can, be correlated to their acting up more violently, and now, this is a “proof” of that correlational study I’d, proposed for my methods class, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
To Celebrate Halloween in the Elementary School Years, the Game of “Bloody Bobeep” is Played, “I Blew Your Head Off” Became an Everyday Dialogue Among the Students
The Korean soap, “The Squid Games” became a huge hit in Taiwan, and it’d become, the choice of costumes for young children for Halloween too here; on the eve of Halloween in an elementary school, the school officials dressed themselves up in pink as the killers, with the prop guns, shooting the victims, with school-age children watching them; there were also school instructors who’d noted seeing the elementary school-age children playing the game of “blood bo-beep” during the breaktime at school, using the paper gun they have in their hands, to “blow up” the losers, and, all of these became worrisome to the parents, that violence had, made its way into the school campus, and they’d begun worrying that this might lead to modeling behaviors, and even, violence on the school campuses too.
Uses of Child-Appropriate Materials as a “Cover” for the Games of Murder
“The Squid Games” used the children’s topics to wrap up the games of murder, because of how innovative this idea is, it’d, become trending across the globe, but it’s brought about the effects of modeling behaviors too, there were a lot of cases of teens who’d modeled after the violent storyline and injured others already internationally; some of the U.S. and European schools worried that the students will model after the violent behaviors in the shows, and passed the prohibitions of the attires now. And now, the “Squid Games” had found its way into the elementary schools here too, “You’re already dead”, “I’d blown you up already!”, etc., etc., etc., became the regular words of exchange that elementary school age children shared.
Children Started Worrying that “Someone I Know Might Get Murdered”
An instructor testified, that there were, a few handful of children who’d watched the programming at home with their own parents, and, took what they saw on T.V. into the games they play in-between the classes, by words of children’s mouths, they’d even started, humming the Chucky theme song, if there were students who’d moved when they weren’t supposed to, then, the other students would pick up the paper guns, and start shooting them down, it’d made her have a ton of headaches over this; there were also careless elementary school instructors who’d played the footages of the show in class, until students went home and told their parents, “I’m so afraid that someone I know will die”, the parents filed a complaint to the school, that was when the school realized, that “something wasn’t, quite right”.
on how elementary school children in Belgium punished their own peers, from the news here off of YouTube, and yes the link works!!!
While a certain elementary up north on the eve of Halloween, played that game of “bloody bopeep” on the school campus. The principal was interviewed, and told, that the activities were sponsored by the PTA, hoping to share the times with their own young, and that he’d dressed up as Captain America too, and played the role of the “protector” of the students as well; he’d stated clearly, that at the moment, “I didn’t think this through quite enough”, that he will work hard, to prevent this sort of similar situation from recurring.
The Parents Called Out to the Enforcement of Bringing about Awareness of the Ratings of the Programming
There were the first grade children’s parents who’d told, that they’d not allowed their young to watch “The Squid Games”, but the painting that the young children made was the scenes from the “Bloody Bopeep” and “Jumping Off a Glass Bridge”, and told him that the losers of the game played in school will get “bang-bang, and then, die!”, then, after the victims died, thy will have crosses painted on them, the parent worried that the young will take violence as a norm of life. He’d believed, that it would be next to impossible to ban the kids from using the internet, that the government should set up the barricades, to set up the ratings accordingly, and to enforce the education on the matter too.
The Department of Education Hoped to Increase the Virtues, the Morale of the Media
Last year, the “Blue Whale Games” with the hidden themes of self-mutilation and exploitation by sexual means, infiltrated into the Taiwanese school campuses, the Department of Education had sent out three separate warnings to get the local government, to let the school note to be careful; and now, the scripts from “The Squid Games” infiltrated into the elementary school campuses, the Department of Education also calls out to the various levels of schools should pay strict attention to the games that are ill-fitted for the developments of young children to play, the animated feature films, the movies, the soaps that are, flowing around school, and enforce the morality of the media, to help the students differentiate between what’s appropriate, and what’s, not.
The C.E.O. from the Parents’ Group League, Peng stated, that the students in the elementary and the middle school years couldn’t differentiate what’s real and what’s fake, that it would take children at least into their high school years to be able to understand what the society is about, and if the parents lead by modeling the goings on in the T.V. programs, then the parents need to reevaluate their own behaviors too; sh4e’d believed, that anything done in school, including play, needed to be in accordance to the morale of education.
And so, this, is the effects of violence in media, on your school age children (still not mine, ‘cuz??? Oh yeah, don’t gone me one!), and, because violence is, everywhere we look, on T.V., on the WWW, on those, billboards you come across from your ways to work, on your drive home from work, etc., etc., etc., it’s impossible, to keep your kids from getting, exposed, and, this situation is just, really bad, because, the parents are still, too god damn, way too, mother @#$%ING (all out of “cuss words” here!) clueless, and, your children are losing their virginities (psychological kind here!), everyday, when they played these violent games at school, under ADULT supervision, because, those teachers aren’t babysitters, they educate your young, and so please, do NOT make their lives, harder, as children are getting a hell of a lot more difficult, to educate by the generations, because they’re all, smarter, smarter, smarter, as you @$#$ING adults are, getting DUMBER still!
It’s only natural, that when the kids are being, bullied, you parents would want to, rush in, to BEAT the CRAP out of that other kid, but, hold your horses first…on education of the next generations, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
If the children are bullied, the psychologist at the Student Counseling Center, Chen reminded, that there are, a few, “landmines”, that the parents can easily step on, to make things worse. The following is a first-person interview summary with the counselor:
As we hear that our children got picked on, it doesn’t mean that the parents needed to rush in immediately, demand the other child to apologize. As a child gets yelled at abruptly, s/he may feel scared, then, to avoid further scolding, apologize, but, then, the bullies may get harder on the child afterwards, believing, “You tattle told to your parents, making me get yelled at”, and, an originally small argument may get turned into, a long-term bullying.
Another scenario: get pass the teachers, and go to the parents to confront them for what their child did to yours. And normally, there are, two scenarios that might happen: first, the parents apologize to other parents first, then, turn around, and discipline their own young. Another, the parents disbelieving that their kid is capable, and the two parents get into it, to the point of the representatives getting called to mediate.
The two end results, neither teach the children anything, if the other kid is the abuser, but hovered over by her/his parents, how would s/he know, what s/he needed to adjust, in interaction shared with another. And if, forces outside of the school got involved, the homeroom instructor, even as s/he wanted to intervene, s/he can’t, because the school will not allow the instructor to, and in the end, things are still, left, unresolved.
If the adults weren’t present as the bullying occurred, it would be hard to determine who’s right or who’s wrong, and hard for the parents to determine, if their young was a target of bullying. As the child tattled, s/he will evade on the details, for instance, being the one to hit first, but didn’t tell the parents, and if the parents went straight away to “get even”, and long-term, this child learned, “so long as I told mom and dad, they will, get even with me!”, which is bad for the developments of their personality characters in the future.
The most important thing that parents should do is to try to understand what happened exactly, and report back to the homeroom instructors, if it’s serious to the point to have a mediator to stop the bullying, then, you take, legal actions.
So, this is on telling the parents to listen, to watch your own young, because if your kid is bullied, it shows, in their, behaviors, and, you, as parents, must not lose it, as your kid comes home crying and told you, that so-and-so punched my nose or whatever, you, as adults, must be the rational ones, because IF you lost it, then, your kid will learn, hey, I can tell mommy and daddy that I got hit, and, they will go after that kid who’d gotten on my bad side, and that’s not good!
And, the bystanders are, equally GUILTY, of allowing this young boy get body-slammed into a vegetative, state too, but, they’re not, charged, are they? Nope! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The seven-year-old young boy was taking judo lessons, got slammed by the coach, taking turns with the other older classmates a total of twenty-seven times, vomited at the dojo, and fell into a coma, after the surgeries, he was brain dead, the professionals of the legal realms questioned, that other than the coach, He being responsible for causing harm to this young boy, why didn’t the boy’s uncle who was watching, filming with his cell phone not gone up and done anything to stop the abuse, was he an active enabler of the abuse, a key person in the case.
The experts in the legal realms stated, that in the case of injuries in sports, in Germany, there’s no use of brute forces to resolve the matter, but using the promises of preventing harm, that the competitors should be knowledgeable on the harms that their behaviors can have on one another, and this promise is fitted to the cases of severe physical, bodily injuries.
In this case, from an objective angle, the coach, He is responsible for the negligence, but the problem rests in if his behaviors were, legally, binding, on the considerations of the legalities of the matter, as the boy was slammed, he’d told his coach that he wanted to stop getting thrown, but why didn’t He pay attention to his pupils, it’d clearly showed neglect, which caused the unfortunate events that followed, that he couldn’t keep the promises to the boys to prevent the illegal behaviors from occurring, and so, he’d, broken the laws based off of this interpretation, and this will be the key determinant of what happened in this case.
And, on the uncle’s part, why did he not stop the young boy’s getting thrown repeatedly, if he saw him in danger, instead, only filmed the process of the abuse with his cell phone, the district attorney should check the facts of what was happening during the time, to find if the uncle was an enabler, and if he was, he too, would be charged with negligence, because he has the responsibilities, to stop the abuse from happening.
The attorney, Wang stated, that Huang didn’t have the “ability to consent”, that if the coach didn’t do his duty in preventing the physical abuse from happening, then, he would be charged with manslaughter on the civil AND criminal fronts, and he would be made to pay in the civil courts too, “the injuries that occurred in sports, isn’t always nondelegable.” As for whether or not the actions constitutes as unlawful, illegal, there would need to be the “intents to break the laws” or “negligence” that’s proven.
And, the uncle who’s, a “bystander” would be guilty in the boy’s being in a vegetative state, because he was standing by, watching this young child, getting thrown, to the point that the boy became, unconscious, and, he’s the adult, just like the coach, who should’ve put an end to the body-slamming session of this boy, but didn’t, and they’re, equally guilty, for what happened to this young lad.
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