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SHOCKING SOCIETY! COPS PUT LITTLE 6 YEAR OLD KID IN HANDCUFFS! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-4-19 07:45:43 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2012-4-18 20:55
So here's a question...
IF when you were 6 years old and you did that in school what would've happen ...

Racial prejudice!

I suppose she was far too young to be filled with 90 hollow nosed bullets!

This case just shows how rotten and decayed your society is.

For the school to handle this situation in such a manner is shameful, but points to a disturbing trend that's becoming more prevalent in your society.

But that is your problem and you are reaping what you have sown!
Diane Abbot (British MP): Anglos love playing divide and rule
David Cameron (British PM): Anglos caused most of the world's problems!

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Post time 2012-4-19 07:54:57 |Display all floors
Police handcuff a future killer and rapist, good job.  America is no longer the safe nation it was 70 years ago when it was all anglos and people did not even have to buy locks for anything.  It is now a multicultural war zone.  I don't blame the police for being scared to death.  This will also happen to China as they become more and more multicultural.

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Post time 2012-4-19 08:01:24 |Display all floors
This post was edited by firstcause at 2012-4-19 08:02
Scientific Post time: 2012-4-19 07:54
Police handcuff a future killer and rapist, good job.  America is no longer the safe nation it was 7 ...
Police handcuff a future killer and rapist, good job.  America is no longer the safe nation it was 70 years ago when it was all anglos and people did not even have to buy locks for anything.  It is now a multicultural war zone.  I don't blame the police for being scared to death.  This will also happen to China as they become more and more multicultural.

And here we see the Anglo mindset talking about a 6 year old kid!

Now we understand why these baby killers are so unfeeling.

Diane Abbot (British MP): Anglos love playing divide and rule
David Cameron (British PM): Anglos caused most of the world's problems!

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Post time 2012-4-19 08:12:58 |Display all floors
firstcause Post time: 2012-4-19 08:01
And here we see the Anglo mindset talking about a 6 year old kid!

Now we understand why these bab ...

I'm not white.

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Post time 2012-4-19 09:19:40 |Display all floors
jay_dee Post time: 2012-4-18 20:55
So here's a question...
IF when you were 6 years old and you did that in school what would've happen ...

C'mon this is 6 years old kid!

Kids will be kids they do cause tantrums and trouble it is to be expected but not criminalise for god sake.

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Post time 2012-4-19 09:22:05 |Display all floors
The peak age for tantrums is two to three, but they can happen earlier. Many children continue to have the occasional tantrum until they're four or five, or even older, but by this age it's easier to reason with your child and talk things through.

These outbursts are often called temper tantrums, because of the obvious link with angry feelings that are out of control, but there are other strong emotions your child could be feeling as well.

Tantrum triggers
Frustration - at not being capable of doing something yet (such as tying her shoelaces) or not being able to make others understand what she wants.

The desire for independence - simple things such as strapping your child into her car seat can seem like a deliberate move to thwart her independence.

Hunger and/or tiredness - your toddler is more likely to behave badly when she's in this state.

Being refused something - you may have said no to an ice cream, for example, or another child may not want to share a swing or toy.

Wanting attention - small children love to be the centre of attention, even for negative reasons, so if you've given a lot of attention to previous tantrums, your toddler may try the same again.

Boiling over - there are days when your child may be emotionally overloaded by her angry feelings and a tantrum seems inevitable as a result.



Dealing with tantrums
If the above don't work and a tantrum kicks off, there are ways you can soothe your child.

•Keep calm - it really makes a difference.
•Divert her - it's sometimes possible to distract a toddler before the tantrum really gets started.
•Ignore the behaviour - sometimes, walking away and pretending to take no notice of a tantrum can cool things down (but this is unlikely to work once a tantrum's in full flow).
•Hold your child close and talk quietly and calmly to her - occasionally, this can make matters worse.
•Time out - if you feel you're about to lose your temper too, put your child somewhere safe where you can leave her, although this tactic should only be with children over 18 months old and not for longer than two minutes.
Once a tantrum blows over, don't go on about it. Cuddle and make up.

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Post time 2012-4-19 09:26:21 |Display all floors
This post was edited by SMITHI at 2012-4-19 09:28

Kids at that age have tantrums to express anger and fear , most likely this boy was sh!t scared and wanted some attention but unfortunately teachers in USA are busy having sex with pupils so they called police instead of giving kid help

If they payed attention to this kid and talked to him calmly kid would calm down , USIANS love to show self-righteousness so they provoked kid in further anger instead.

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