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Teacher Leads Bullying In Class - Doesn't Get Fired

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 12:03pm

sensanaty

sensanaty

862 posts

This is a news everywhere

In the '90s in Serbia this was happening everywhere. It still is happening everywhere in Serbia.

So your friend became hulk in a month?

No, my friend gathered a group of people and returned what the teacher delivered to him originally.

Because he cant turn into a hulk. This is real life, and not some sort of video game.

And I'm talking about real life.

In this situation, the teacher got the numbers, size, strength and the age.

A single teacher sure does beat a dozen or so hormone filled delinquents, right?

Don't you think somebody will get kicked out, if he tried to beat a teacher.

Back when I was a kid, in Serbia, this happened in every single primary school. The Motherland is a ruthless place, and only grows worse today.

Because we live in a civilized society where an eye for eye isn't an actual law anymore?

No, we wish to live in a civilized society. While this may be the case in some cities, it does not apply to a large number of cities/countries.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 1:40pm

DSM

DSM

795 posts

In the '90s in Serbia this was happening everywhere.

How old are you. How would you know what happened in 90s. Unless it was in news or the public knew somehow. In that case, could you provide me a source.

It still is happening everywhere in Serbia.

Provide me a source

No, my friend gathered a group of people and returned what the teacher delivered to him originally.

So police did nothing, while 15 year old kids beat up a adult?

And I'm talking about real life.

Doesn't look like that

A single teacher sure does beat a dozen or so hormone filled delinquents, right?

First of all, if you haven't watched the video, the so called delinquents are with the teacher.
And second, even if we assume so called delinquent was with the bullied boy. Do you think an adult cant beat up a bunch of 13 year old kids?
This will be the scenario, 1 a bunch of kids get gathered 2 they rush the teacher 3 they get beaten up 4 all the kids gets kicked out of school
I don't know about you, but I don't see where it would harm the teacher.

Back when I was a kid, in Serbia, this happened in every single primary school. The Motherland is a ruthless place, and only grows worse today.

Russia is known for its delinquents/gangs whatever you want to call them. But in school, as soon the teacher enters the class, all the students stand up to show respect.
If even in Russia students behave good, then I doubt that Serbia is as bad, as you want us to believe. Unless you can provide source and prove me wrong.

No, we wish to live in a civilized society. While this may be the case in some cities, it does not apply to a large number of cities/countries.

I think it the other way around. We do live in a civilized society, but a few individuals make it look like we live in some sort of war zone...

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 2:05pm

Kyouzou

Kyouzou

4,753 posts

No, we wish to live in a civilized society. While this may be the case in some cities, it does not apply to a large number of cities/countries.

So by playing the revenge game and further bypassing established rules you're expressing your wish to live in a civilized society. I can't claim to know what you have experienced but I refuse to believe that you've had no recourse.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 2:09pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

11,871 posts

Knight

So by playing the revenge game and further bypassing established rules you're expressing your wish to live in a civilized society. I can't claim to know what you have experienced but I refuse to believe that you've had no recourse.

Hey, believe what you want. Not every place is civilized. You should see the **** schools in China. The rural ones. Or African ones. Been to both; not always pretty.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 5:44pm

Kyouzou

Kyouzou

4,753 posts

Notice the use of the word "you" Nicho, I realize there are places where things are terrible, I said I didn't believe that he had been in such a situation, or rather his friend.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 9:31pm

314d1

314d1

3,510 posts

Notice the use of the word "you" Nicho, I realize there are places where things are terrible, I said I didn't believe that he had been in such a situation, or rather his friend.

Considering he is from Serbia, in the post soviet bloc, I am inclined to believe him and there is no reason really not to... Why don't you believe him, exactly?

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 10:11pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

11,871 posts

Knight

Notice the use of the word "you" Nicho, I realize there are places where things are terrible, I said I didn't believe that he had been in such a situation, or rather his friend.

The Balkans have been a mess for two decades. He lives in Indonesia now which isn't always a help too.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 11:45pm

Kyouzou

Kyouzou

4,753 posts

So we're to the point where Serbia is a place where teachers and students seem to be able to attack each other in a classroom setting without the slightest bit of notice from anyone? Really?

Also, I didn't say I didn't believe him, I didn't believe that his friend had no other options than to gather a gang of students to attack a teacher.

 

Posted Sep 2, '12 at 11:59pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

11,871 posts

Knight

So we're to the point where Serbia is a place where teachers and students seem to be able to attack each other in a classroom setting without the slightest bit of notice from anyone? Really?

Why would the world notice that? It's not like every micro piece of news is reported. Anyway, UNICEF has a programme explicitly called Schools Without Violence in Serbia. Kind of says it all.

The Institute for Psychology at the Belgrade Philosophy Faculty conducted a study in 54 schools in Serbia as one of the components of the School Without Violence programme. The results of the study suggest that violence is ubiquitous in schools in Serbia. The study covered 32,617 people, 28,931 students and 3,686 adults. 65% of students said that they had been affected by some kind of violent behaviour at least once, while 24% said that they had been affected more than once.

 

Posted Sep 3, '12 at 12:43am

314d1

314d1

3,510 posts

So we're to the point where Serbia is a place where teachers and students seem to be able to attack each other in a classroom setting without the slightest bit of notice from anyone? Really?

Yep. And you really don't want to go out on their streets. Why in the hell do you think he moved away from the country he seemed to love so much?

Also, I didn't say I didn't believe him, I didn't believe that his friend had no other options than to gather a gang of students to attack a teacher.

What else could he have done? Gone to the *Snickers* authorities? That may work in a well organized land in America, but I would assume that in Serbia the authorities are probably the worst option for all involved. The kid would probably get picked on for calling the authorities (And being "Picked on" in a country like Serbia is much worse then the "Bullying" we have in America) and little or nothing would be done about the event. I can't think of anything he could have done better, except maybe getting the hell out of Serbia.

 
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