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Învățătoarea condamnată revine la clasă. „Copilul meu e cu psihicul la pământ”
Tatăl unui băiețel din clasa Monicăi Chiorean, a primit, cu o zi înainte, un telefon. „Mă sună profesoara de instrument și îmi zice: Domnul Neacșu, să aveți grijă de copil, că eu nu am putut să îmi țin azi ora de instrument cu el. E cu psihicul la pământ. Cu moralul la pământ, copil de opt ani. Toată ora de pian a fost foarte trist. Era dărâmat. Asta s-a întâmplat în momentul în care fosta învățătoare le-a spus că nu mai vine și că Monica Chiorean se întoarce. Dacă ați avea copilul în clasa în care îl am eu copilul, credeți-mă că v-ar durea în adâncul inimii.”
În înregistrările de anul trecut, apare o discuție cu cealaltă învățătoare și ea spune:
Uite și la părinții ăștia, și-au adus boii la școală și vor să îi fac genii.

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We are afraid – Swedish schoolchildren’s desperate letter to the principal
More and more parents keep their children home from school, after children have been abused by newly arrived immigrant students who attend the Central School in Kristianstad.

Children who are beaten, kicked, choked and suffer other degrading treatment – It has now become everyday life at the Central School in Kristianstad. The school has received a large number of new students from the recent asylum chaos, and has two preparatory classes for newly arrived immigrants.

When one of the boys said he did not want to play football because the immigrants cheat, two of them attacked him. It ended with this boy being completely covered in blood before some adults intervened.

O educatoare din judetul Timis, suspendata dupa ce a strigat la copii si i-a jignit
Educatoarea a fost înregistrată de mama unui copil care a spus acasă că nu mai vrea să meargă la gradiniță, pentru că educatoarea strigă. Văzând că băiatul și-a schimbat comportamentul, mama acestuia a ascuns un reportofon în hainele micuțului.

“Dumnezeule ce m-ai făcut pe planeta asta! La cinci ani nu știu să stea pe scaun.”

“Ai înnebunit? Te-a dus mama la altă casă iară? Păi și are alt bărbat? Are doi bărbați?”

“Gura! La mama ta acasă vorbești, nu la mine. Eu sunt doamna educatoare.”

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Seid wütend auf die muslimischen Frauen!
Die ehemalige Femen-Aktivistin Zana Ramadani glaubt, dass Vorfälle wie in Köln überall möglich sind, wo Muslime leben. Schuld sind die islamischen Werte – und Mütter, die ihre Kinder danach erziehen.

Im islamischen Kulturkreis ist es so, dass noch immer fast ausschließlich Frauen erziehen. Die Frauen haben die Werte, unter denen sie selbst oft gelitten haben, so verinnerlicht, dass sie sie sowohl an ihre Söhne als auch an ihre Töchter weitergeben. Die Jungs werden schon von klein auf als Prinzen behandelt und verhätschelt. Die Mädchen werden vor allem zur Tugendhaftigkeit angeleitet. Sie müssen von Anfang an im Haushalt arbeiten und der Mutter helfen, die Männer der Familie zu verziehen.

Zana Ramadani, fostă activistă Femen, crede că incidente ca cele care au avut loc în Köln în noaptea de revelion sunt posibile oriunde acolo unde trăiesc musulmani. De vină sunt valorile musulmane după care își cresc mamele copiii.

In cultura islamică mamele se ocupă aproape exclusiv de creșterea copiilor. Mamele au interiorizat după care au fost crescute, astfel încât le transmit mai departe băieților și fiicelor. Băieții sunt tratați de mici ca niște prinți și răsfățați. Fetele sunt crescute în special în spiritul virtuții. Trebuie să le ajute de mici pe mame la răsfățatul barbaților.

Die Welt

Adversity in childhood can create long-lasting scars, damaging our cells and our DNA, and making us sick as adults
When children or teens face adversity and especially unpredictable stressors, they are left with deeper, longer‑lasting scars. When the young brain is thrust into stressful situations over and over again without warning, and stress hormones are repeatedly ramped up, small chemical markers, known as methyl groups, adhere to specific genes that regulate the activity of stress‑hormone receptors in the brain. These epigenetic changes hamper the body’s ability to turn off the stress response. In ideal circumstances, a child learns to respond to stress, and recover from it, learning resilience. But kids who’ve faced chronic, unpredictable stress undergo biological changes that cause their inflammatory stress response to stay activated.
Human beings convert traumatic emotional experiences in childhood into organic disease later in life. Often, these illnesses can be chronic and lifelong. Autoimmune disease. Heart disease. Chronic bowel disorders. Migraines. Persistent depression.
Children who face emotional or physical abuse, or experience childhood neglect, or witness marital discord between their parents are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, lung disease, diabetes, headaches, multiple sclerosis and lupus as adults.
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Bullying does more long-term mental health harm than abuse, study says
The English children who were bullied were 70% more likely to experience depression or practice some form of self-harm than were children who suffered child abuse. The American children were nearly five times more likely to be diagnosed with anxiety if they were bullied than if they were abused.
About 40% of those who were abused by adults were also bullied by other kids. The reasons for this aren’t clear, but it’s possible that a history of abuse makes it hard for children to regulate their emotions, “which might make them more susceptible to being bullied.”
LA Times

Teens’ attack on Chinese girl draws comparison to ‘Lord of the Flies’ from judge
Three girls ganged up on Yiran “Camellia” Liu, forcing her to kneel and use her hands to wipe cigarette butts and ice cream smears off the floor. They took her to a nearby park, where they stripped her naked, kicked her with high-heeled shoes, slapped her hundreds of times and burned her nipples with cigarettes. They cut off her hair and made her eat it. Someone snapped cellphone photos of her. A girl named Helen said to the others, “Just slow it down and don’t hit her so hard, and we can do it a longer stretch of time.”
The victim and her alleged attackers were “parachute kids,” part of a new wave of Chinese youngsters who live in Southern California and attend local schools while their parents remain back home. Parachute kids typically stay in private homes in the San Gabriel Valley, paying for room, board, transportation and substitute parenting from their hosts. Most are in high school, though some are younger, studying here to get a jump start on admission to an American college.
LA Times

The Psychology of Spanking
Brain scans of young adults who were spanked as children at least 12 times a year for 3 years, compared to non-spanked young adults, revealed a 15% gray matter reduction in the left medial frontal gyrus, which is responsible for the ability to pay attention and retrieve memories.
Adults who were spanked as children scored 10 points lower on IQ tests.
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