This thirty second video is a prime example of that fine line between abuse and discipline. Although very HARD to watch, it is seen that the father is "disciplining" his daughters for a sexual dancing called *twerking*. However, the abuse comes a factor that he not only beats them repeatedly, but one, he uses an extension cord, and two, he stops to wrap the cord around his hand and begin the assault again. This is the line folks, and yes you should discipline your children, and yes some should get an ass whoopin. Just remember, when those whelps show up on camera through Dept. of Children and Families, you will be the one in trouble, not the kids. Abuse leads to violent outbursts, aggresive and rebellious behaviour, and bullying which is now considered a crime in at least 46 states.
This video has been removed from YouTube, although the person who shot the video was unable to be reached for comment. This is why people like myself, Amy Lynn Witte, Asa Arianlee Lawless,Gregory Pettite, Allen House and Randall House are against the concept of abuse. Destroy the silence and let others recognize the screams of pain.
April is Child Abuse Awareness Month. All year long, we witness save the animals, keep from euthanizing dogs, cats, horses, etc. Once a year, we need to shout out for the others who ALSO can't speak for themselves, children, who are scared, harmed, and more than likely dead inside before the outside occurs. Yes it is hard to witness. Yes it will bring tears to your eyes. But what child deserves to be raped at the age of 6 months by a relative, boy OR girl? What child deserves to be hit so hard with ANY form of a weapon that it cause mental retardation? What child deserves to be talked to as a pile of dirt under the shoe?
Verbal abuse is just as bad as physical or sexual abuse and can actually cause more damage than the actual striking of an instrument, hand or other object. Watch what you say, words choke and harm, and can NEVER be taken back, just as a strike to the legs, back, face, head or anything else. Heal the Hurt, not feed the pain.
~ Ruth Cameron
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