Friday, December 17, 2010

Chicken Soup with the Bullies of South Hadley, Massachusetts...

Terrorists need to be able to place a very low value on the lives of other people's children in order to accomplish their assigned tasks. Hollywood might have you believe that a potential terrorist needs to be subjected to some sort of extreme conditioning process in the tradition of The Manchurian Candidate. Nothing could be further from the truth. Simply spending one's formative years in a pleasant, child loving community like South Hadley, Massachusetts should provide all the conditioning one needs.

In truth, just reading about the behavior of some of its leading citizens should precipitate the necessary blood lust. Terrorists can find a wealth of material there that should lift any sense of guilt or remorse from their souls. I'm especially fond of the crocodile tears being shed by some of South Hadley's finest sociopaths.

The story is as simple as it is familiar. A pack of vicious bullies harrassed a victim until she hung herself in her bedroom closet. Then at least one of them wrote "mission accomplished" on her facebook page. The bullies are now being prosecuted, but there is no shortage of defenders who, even a decade after Columbine are still insisting that bullying is either harmless and normal, beneficial to the character development of the victim, or the result of the victim asking for it.

South Hadley, Massachusetts is one more human cesspool that terrorists can study in order to relieve themselves of any moral dilemmas they may be having.

Here are a few more links:

The mother of one of the bullies blames the victim here.

This article reminds us that adult bullies should avoid reproducing.

Here are a few of the bullies:

Ashley Longe
Kayla Narey,
Flannery Mullins,
Sean Mulvyhill,
Sharon Chanon Velazquez.

Once again...terrorists can sleep soundly knowing that American parents are doing such a wonderful job turning infants into sadistic bullies. Three cheers for America, where the value of human life is a direct, mathematical function of the contents of one's wallet.

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