Friday 15 January 2016

Tomorrow -video about bullying

Ryan told MailOnline: "From as early as I can remember, other children seemed to want to have a dig at me. I was constantly teased at primary school, with people calling me names like 'nerdy' and 'gay'.


At 15 January 2016 at 11:17 , Blogger Ann Diamond Mother of Darkness said...

At 15 January 2016 at 11:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tragic and so sad.

Schools nationwide should be compelled to put up 'shock' posters throughout school campuses -- e.g. "BULLYING KILLS".

Combine this with school rules making clear that children found guilty of bullying can be immediately suspended while the problem is fully addressed and resolved.

Children need our help as adults to realise that bullying isn't an offence comparable to shop-lifting, vandalism or even fighting -- it's much, much worse, because it destroys lives. It's one of the most terrible things you can to any human being.

Teachers and the school hierarchy should be made to understand that they have a *duty* to safeguard their students' welfare.

They should be trained to recognise that children who are recognisably 'different' (e.g. gay or questioning, socially awkward, disabled, academically gifted, whatever) are ALWAYS at risk from bullying: meaning teachers and school administrators must ALWAYS be vigilant when they have potentially vulnerable students in their classrooms.

Potential students-who-bully can also be recognised if one knows the risk factors to look for. Teachers must be trained to stop the potential aggressors, and refer such children to their managers for intensive follow up.

At 15 January 2016 at 20:59 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

David Wheeler, parent AND ATF Officer at Newtown that day IS ALSO a B-rated film actor:

Sandy Hook FAKE FBI On TV, NEW Footage
Just skip right to 2:28[/i] Wheeler in 2001 movie Faithful
David Wheeler(Faithful 2001)

The dialect in this movie seems very strange and morbid. The theme of this screenplay seems more like a Faustian Satire (masonic)on an argument with Satan instead of the Jesus the film purports the part to be. In this performance, it is an argument between the last 'believer' in Jesus, appearing before him as a trendy modern looking city dweller, trying to convince Wheeler that he should take his life so he can be set free from the bondage of man's belief in him. Sounds pretty Occult to me. The credits reference a special Thank you to God, for not striking them down! Hmmm.

The film, written by Yuri Lowenthal, starring Yuri Lowenthal, Co-Starring David Wheeler, is being scrubbed from his IMDB AND his Wiki, the movie has also evidently been subject to censorship and scrubbing from the net. Wheeler DOES NOT appear on IMDB or Wiki but DOES appear in the beginning credits of the saved 15 minute movie that is being scrubbed from the internet.

Also, surreptitiously listed in IMDB with WRONG DATE of production:
Faithful (I) (2013)
15 min | Short, Drama | 30 September 2013 (USA)
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*notice how the actor's names and character's are misrepresented to omit Wheeler on IMDB*
-Correction this listing must be a remake totally omitting the 15 minute debut of the original in 2001
God (Josh Keaton) is fed up with the burden of being the Lord. He appears in the home of His last true believer Bob (Yuri Lowenthal) while he mourns the recent death of his wife Zoe (Tara ... See full summary »

Director: David Sobolov
Writer: Yuri Lowenthal
Stars: Josh Keaton, Yuri Lowenthal, Tara Platt | See full cast and crew »

Yuri Lowenthal


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Crisis ACTOR Indeed: Sandy Hook's David Wheeler


At 15 January 2016 at 22:55 , Blogger Kathy Mayes said...

I'm always amazed that people in charge of children have to be directed to be good, caring people. Are humans really so insensitive to children's needs?

At 23 February 2016 at 18:53 , Blogger cj said...

Yes, they are. And schools in the U.s. are run by socipathic types. The schools are the coldest, most ungentle, non-nurturing places except for, of course, the future work environment. One of my nephews was one of many routinely treated cruelly by teachers as a matter of every day activity.


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