Watch anti-bullying video from Burger King where child and burger are victims

Remarkable video on bullying from Burger King:

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Astropig
Astropig

But this space just got finished defending a teacher that bullied two students for wearing T-shirts that she didn't agree with.She shamed and humiliated them in front of the entire class for having the "wrong" opinion.They were likened to Neo-Nazi's.


Fortunately,the school system removed her from the classroom and she resigned,but make no mistake-what she did is just as bad as any bully in the hallway of any school.The difference is that the vast majority of the hallway bullies are not caught on video.

Lee_CPA2
Lee_CPA2

@Astropig

Ouch.  What an inconvenient truth.

I would also point out the so-called "antifa" as well as the left wing zealots who try to shout down and stop, up to and including violence,  any speaker or event they disagree with.

Astropig
Astropig

@Lee_CPA2 @Astropig


"I would also point out the so-called "antifa" as well as the left wing zealots who try to shout down and stop, up to and including violence,  any speaker or event they disagree with."


Heck, we just saw that yesterday.A group of students made a video with their take on patriotism-what it means,how they define it as it relates to our national symbols and so on-and  a parent complained and suddenly those students are pariahs here in the paper and they have to be shamed for holding their opinion on a subject very much in the news these days.The parent doesn't want other students to see that video,so the "tolerant" want it to disappear. If that is not mob bullying,then no such thing exists.

kay_
kay_

A running total of 3,078 people, many of them young, have been SHOT this year in Chicago. Mostly in black-on-black attacks.

Is anyone standing up for them?

Aboukir
Aboukir

@kay_ 

Seems you've reminded Redweather of an inconvenient truth.

redweather
redweather

@Aboukir @kay_ What's the connection, Aboukir, between the bullying story and gun violence in Chicago? And what is the inconvenient truth?