Say no to bullying

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Anita Kanitz
3 years ago
"The way people treat you, is a statement about who they are as a human being. It is not a statement about you."

"Be the change and the hope for the future, the hope for our children and grandchildren!
Fear nothing and go your way for freedom, justice and peace on earth."

"If you are a bully or a stalker, you are not cool or great, you are only a looser and a coward, nothing more and nothing less."

-Anita Kanitz

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.”
― Albert Einstein

"Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will be as one."
-John Lennon

Friends, female friends and I were victims of cyberbullying! The criminals can move without punishment in the Internet. I know the persons, the bullies, but nothing was done against that. It was a stalker (a big douchebag and asskisser) with his wife (a nice stupid sod), his whole family (real turds), friends (great chicken chits) and social networks, the nice people next door, but their hobby is to hunt people! This heinous crime must be punished in the future very hard. This people have the fault of many suicides because of bullying, they are criminals and soul murderers and that must be punished with long prison sentences!

Two girl friends of me killed themselves at the age of 13 and 14 years because auf cruel school bullying. I cannot help them because I was at that time at another school.
During my high school years, for years I was dealing with extremely stupid and vicious female bullies (real schitfaces). They bullied all my friends out of school, but not me. I also passed the final exam with good grades here.It was the same with my first apprenticeship and my last job (I was working there 25 years), here bullied me during my apprenticeship one and in my last job four sneaky female bosses (bloody bitches, Thank God, two of them are now dead and the world has now two evils less) and cowardly female coworkers (great pukes), allied with them. In the first case I changed the apprenticeship , in the second case I retired earlier. Mobbing complaints had little to no success in all cases. Not the bullies are uncomfortable but the bullied sufferers. Bullying is a social sport and that is already striking when those affected fight back, right!? If you are a bullying or stalking victim and you fight back like I have always done, then must be something wrong with you. Not with the stalkers and bullies, with you. Because if you are a victim you must be weak, not strong, you must get depressions and you must kill yourself, but you are not allowed to fight back. Why? Because the whole world likes the hunting, bullying, stalking and destroying of other people, most of them childs, teenagers, girls, women, very young people, disabled people, people with cancer and other heavy illnesses. Worldwide the culprits are heroes, in the media, in the society and the social networks. If you are a survior or victim, what you are hoping for?

I was bullied and stalked in college and at workplace. I got rape threats from a psychopathic classmate (a cowardly idiot) and at the workplace there was a rape attempt by a male superior, a real horny dumb ass.
I was stalked and harassed by an misogynist ex-tenant (a cowardly asshole) and his entire circle of friends (real dickheads). There were damages to property, slander on the Internet, cybermobbing, telephone terror, rape threats and death threats.
The unintelligible thing about the whole thing is, all Mobbers and Stalkers had spectators, bystanders and helpers, also females. How can women and girls in this world be so stupid to be not on their own side?
I have therefore the opinion that the cowardly crimes stalking and bullying are punished as hard as possible and that helpers, bystanders and spectators must be also severely punished.
Bullying and stalking should not be more straightforward in the future. In cases where bullying and stalking leads to death or ends with rape, gang rape, sexual torture, murder and suicide, there should be high lifelong imprisonment for all parties, including helpers and spectators.

The female betrayal of female victims is as old as the world. Because of this men worldwide call women dumb and inferior. The female betrayal includes bullying, slander, hate speech, psychoterror, abuse, violence, stalking, participation in FGM, child murder, abortion of female fetuses, femicide, forced marriages, childhood marriages, honor murder, dowry murder, sex murder, sexual torture, acid attacks, witch hunts, sex slavery, rape pornography, forced prostitution. Female treason also means excusing the perpetrators and accusing the victims. This is a worldwide disgrace and must have an end.


“Life is a fight, but not everyone’s a fighter. Otherwise, bullies would be an endangered species.”
― Andrew Vachss, Terminal

“They will hate you if you are beautiful. They will hate you if you are successful. They will hate you if you are right. They will hate you if you are popular. They will hate you when you get attention. They will hate you when people in their life like you. They will hate you if you worship a different version of their God. They will hate you if you are spiritual. They will hate you if you have courage. They will hate you if you have an opinion. They will hate you when people support you. They will hate you when they see you happy. Heck, they will hate you while they post prayers and religious quotes on Pinterest and Facebook. They just hate. However, remember this: They hate you because you represent something they feel they don’t have. It really isn’t about you. It is about the hatred they have for themselves. So smile today because there is something you are doing right that has a lot of people thinking about you.”
― Shannon L. Alder

The heinous crime: Bullied to suicide:

Canada, 2013:

'Gang-rape victim', 17, kills herself 'after her attackers took picture of the assault and sent it to classmates who branded her a slut'

Rehtaeh Parsons 'was raped by four classmates when she was 15'!
They 'took a photo of the attack and circulated it around the school'!
Classmates and friends shunned her and she was forced to leave#!
Police investigated but did not press charges due to insufficient evidence!

A 17-year-old girl has killed herself after four boys raped her and spread a photograph of the assault, causing classmates and friends to taunt and cyber-bully her, her mother has said.

Rehtaeh Parsons from Nova Scotia, Canada hanged herself in her family's bathroom on Thursday after months of torment and, on Sunday night, her parents took her off life support.

Questions are now emerging over whether authorities and her friends did enough to help Rehtaeh, who relatives said quickly slipped from an A-student to a moody, unpredictable teenager.

No charges were ever brought against Rehtaeh's alleged attackers following the assault in 2011; an investigation was launched but authorities concluded they did not have enough evidence.

On a Facebook tribute page, her mother, Leah Parsons, described how her daughter was forever changed by the alleged assault in their hometown of Cole Harbour.

'She went with a friend to another's home,' her mother wrote. 'In that home, she was raped by four young boys. One of those boys took a photo of her being raped and decided it would be fun to distribute the photo to everyone in Rehtaeh's school and community, where it quickly went viral.'

The alleged attack left then 15-year-old Rehtaeh an outcast at Cole Harbour District High School, where her rapists were also students. Friends, students and strangers taunted her, her mother said.

'People texted her all the time, saying "Will you have sex with me?"' she said. 'Girls texting, saying "You're such a slut".

'She was never left alone. She had to leave the community. Her friends turned against her. People harassed her... It just never stopped,' her mother told CBC.

Her parents moved from Cole Harbour to Halifax to help her escape the bullies and Rehtaeh made new friends and began hearing from her old school friends, who offered her their support.

She said her daughter also started therapy, which appeared to be helping. Yet she would become angry quickly, and last week's suicide attempt was probably the result of a mood swing, Leah said.

'She acted on an impulse, but I truly, in my heart of heart, do not feel she meant to kill herself,' her mother wrote on Facebook. 'By the time I broke into the bathroom, it was too late.'

The Canadian police launched an investigation, which took a year, but concluded there was insufficient evidence to bring up charges.

'An investigation into an earlier sexual assault was completed, and in consultation with the Crown, there was insufficient evidence to lay charges,' RCMP spokesman Cpl. Scott MacRae said.

They didn't even interview the boys until much, much later,' To me, I’d think you’d get the boys right away, separate them.”

Relatives said they saw the photograph but could not determine who had taken it, so were unable to charge the teenagers - even though the picture legally constituted child pornography.

'The whole case was full of things like that,' Leah said. We didn’t have a rape kit done because we didn't even know until several days later when she had a breakdown in my kitchen. She was trying to keep it to herself.'

RCMP spokesman Cpl. Scott MacRae confirmed to the Chronicle Herald that the authorities are currently investigating a sudden death involving a young person, but would not provide further details.

“If I had been armed with a feminist understanding that no girl deserves to be called a slut, perhaps I would have fought back by reporting the harassment to my school's headmistress or another school authority, or at least I might have had the strength to tell of the name-callers on my own. But at the time, all I knew was that if I avoided eye contact, it was a hell of a lot easier to get through my days.”
― Leora Tanenbaum, Slut!: Growing Up Female with a Bad Reputation

Voices of bullied survivors:

Kristin Chenoweth

“I was bullied by this one girl who said, ‘I just want to punch you in the mouth because you’re happy.’ Now of course I can laugh at that, but back then I was so hurt. I think a lot of people understand having been bullied. I don’t care who you are, someone has given you a hard time in your life. But I wouldn’t have traded it for anything because all of us have been bullied at one time and hopefully if we can overcome it, it makes us stronger.” – Parade, March 2012

Lady Gaga

“I was called really horrible, profane names very loudly in front of huge crowds of people, and my schoolwork suffered at one point. I didn’t want to go to class. And I was a straight-A student, so there was a certain point in my high-school years where I just couldn’t even focus on class because I was so embarrassed all the time. I was so ashamed of who I was … To this day, some of my closest friends say, ‘Gaga, you know, everything’s great. You’re a singer; your dreams have come true.’ But, still, when certain things are said to you over and over again as you’re growing up, it stays with you and you wonder if they’re true.” – The New York Times, March 2012

Kate Winslet

“I had been bullied at school. They called me Blubber. Teased me for wanting to act. Locked me in the cupboard. Laughed at me. I was even told that I might be lucky with my acting, if I was happy to settle for the fat-girl parts. I felt that I wasn’t enough, I wasn’t good enough. I didn’t look right … and all because I didn’t fit into someone else’s idea of ‘perfect.’ I didn’t have the perfect body … You can be from anywhere, and you can do anything. Believe it.” – WE Day, March 2017

Rihanna

“I got teased my entire school life. What they were picking on I don’t even understand. It was my skin color. Then when I got older, it was about my breasts. But I’m not victimized — I’m grateful. I think those experiences were strategically put together by God for the preparation of being in the music industry. It’s so easy for me to deal with the bulls—t now.” – Glamour, November 2013

Laverne Cox

“It’s sort of embarrassing to say, but as a bullied kid, [I said], ‘Well, you’re bullying me, but I’m making all As and I’m better than you!’ It’s a childish thing to say, and I was a child, but that was my mentality. ‘You’re bullying me, but I’m going to be rich and famous some day.’ [Laughs] I’m not rich yet.” – The Advocate, July 2014

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Sharon Lane
3 years ago
It is hard enough for kids to deal with growing up let alone having the added stress of being bullied.

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Sab Fraternale
3 years ago
Bullying is stress, lose job and money, identity, lose capacity to defend yourself, it is depression, it is lose hope and trust in other and yourself, it is something can destroy your intera life and can get your life mostly the time.

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Edanah Blanchard
3 years ago
I have been bullied my whole life and I’m sick of it!! It’s time to speak even if my voice shakes

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sarah short
3 years ago
I know the pain