The New Jihad: Screwing Little Boys

If you haven’t heard already,  some 4th graders were charged with attempted rape.  You can click on the link to read the article, but it’s not this story which upsets me.  It’s the comments which have been made.

At the risk of copyright infringement, I have posted some of them here – and, by the way, these seem to reflect at least half of views (when the commentators aren’t arguing among themselves):

joeblow19 11/28/11 10:23 PM EST

Help!?! HELP!?! Have you lost your mind? There is no help for garbage like this. They will get off with little or no punishment and will be right back in the public school system destroying the lives of their classmates until they graduate to crimes that result in prison sentences by the age of 14 or 15. They will never contribute a single thing to society and will be a drain until they die sometime in their 20s. But until their deaths, they will leave a bloody trail of robberies and rapes and killings.”
 11/28/11 10:26 PM EST
Good I’m glad they were charged. They are no different then any other criminal, who does this kind of act. They shouldn’t be treated any differently. If they knew what they did to that boy & did it anyway, then they deserve to be charged. Their ages don’t matter when it comes to the law & someone breaking that law. They did it & need to be held accountable. If this happened to one of them instead, I would say the things too
 11/28/11 11:48 PM EST
 . . . .The troublemakers keep getting younger and younger. What a disgrace. 10 yr. old criminals! Pigs. Scum. Losers. Rapists. MONSTERS!
 11/29/11 6:24 AM EST
If they are doing this now they will do even worse later. They can’t be rehabilitated…put them away forever. This is what happens when mother’s are on crack,or do any kind of drugs, or are alcholics while pregnant. It leaves their children with limited IQs. Also, children learn what they live. So look at the families of these little creeps and I think you will find even bigger creeps
 11/29/11 8:45 AM EST
These young primitives should be caged and observed – somewhere outside of the U.S.
 11/29/11 8:47 AM EST
Shame,since they are so young they have plenty of time for more victims,they cannot be cured and cannot be jailed for life so we will be hearing alot more about these
 11/29/11 9:24 AM EST
Castration. Problem solved

And so on . . .

Can you see it?  Can you HEAR it?

These are people who, like the extreme Muslim radicals, advocate punishing and treating children as full grown adults.   They have already thrown in the towel on these children – claiming that they are irreparably damaged; that they will become adult abusers, and there is no hope for them – therefore they should be hung, deballed, and raped by other men (in prison).

20 minutes ago (6:16 AM)
What the Hell does that diatribe have to do with little monsters assaulting a student in a bathroom? If you want an effective societal change, start advocating for the immediate and severe punishment of sexual offenders. These two little criminals need to be tried as adults and punished accordingl­y. Their age is irrelevant when their behavior exhibits a willingnes­s to engage in such behavior. No doubt there is a social worker out there who will explain to us why they too are victims. Who cares?

And so it goes.  If you were to put the comments which DEAL with this in a blender, you would find a voice of hatred and revenge.  You would find the true ‘human beings’.   The victim is “damaged beyond repair” (echoed again and again in those comments).

walkingwolf . . . .it will have scarred him emotionall­y beyond repair . . .”

So I’ll tell you what.  Why not victimize the victim some more! – by assuming that since HE was raped and sexually abused he will go on to rape and sexually abuse others – according to these (and many other) ignorant folks.  And those who raped him – well, “they need jailed”.  “They need castrated.”  “Little monsters”.  (That last one, by the way, is something my mom used to call us little kids.)

It makes me sick – not just the crime, for I feel for ALL these boys – but the ways people and SOCIETY are responding – with hatred and vehemence.  “Hate the sin, not the sinner” – isn’t that supposed to be the CHRISTIAN attitude?  Noooo . . . lets go on and hang them all . . . let Jesus do the forgiving because we’re gonna F them up again – right???

But then again, most of the world’s view is not Christian.  So go ahead – go on a jihad – hurt the victims some more – condemn not only THEM, but THEIR victim to a lifetime of abuse.  Why not?  They’ve been abused before – what’s a little more?  And plus (if you go by the comments) – they deserve it.  A bunch of bull if you ask me.  These kids need help, not condemnation; they are going to have a difficult time – why add to the weight of their burden by ‘abusing’ them some more?????

I hate this – and I hate our damned society -for surely it is damned when not only “this”, the abuse went on – but when people react to child-on-child abuse in such a way.  “Don’t help them: just hurt them some more.”  Yeah, that’s society for ya.  Screwing you in the end, the beginning, and all down in between.

Just like YOU (society) has done me.  For no good reason at all – other than the fact I was abused.

Go on.  Victimize the victims.  And pray that you are not a victim yourself, for in THIS society you are going to hell – and if not, they’ll put you there anyway.

’nuff said.

I’m sick of this stuff.


About jeffssong

JW is an adult childhood abuse survivor with DID*. He grew up in a violent family devoid of love and affection. He is a military brat and veteran. He no longer struggles with that past. In 1976 JW began writing "The Boy". It took 34 years to complete. It is currently on Kindle ( ), or if you prefer hard copy, on Amazon ( JW resides somewhere in the deep South. He is disabled and living with family. Note: Please feel free to take what you need; all is free to all. With that in mind, keep it that way to others. Thank you. We have 3 Blogs - One for our younger days, 0-10 (The Little Shop of Horrors); one for our Teen Alter and his 'friends' (also alters) with a lot of poetry; and finally "my" own, the Song of Life (current events and things)
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