|Subject: Peer Review: A928767 - Mongs and weirdoes|
Posted Jan 12, 2003 by Researcher 212432
|Entry: Mongs and weirdoes - A928767|
Author: Researcher 212432 - U212432
In youth culture the term mong is a very widely used as a term used to indicate hatred to what the bullying snobs would regard as inferiors. This term is often described towards me as I am socially a shy sort of untidy person who snobs and bullies tend to hate passionately for those reasons.
Bigotry to mongs and weirdoes is a serious problem, and shouldn't exist. It is a major cause of bullying, depression, suicide. As far as I'm concerned it's the main barrier to blocking me from having a good career. I went to university and had to put up with people who hated me for being shy, inadequate, mongish. I thought I could get a job with my good degree then I find I can't get a job because the same people decide who get jobs and they decide they don't want me to work.
Mongs are a discriminated minority. Why are there loads of horrible snobby bullies who hate mongs. What have mongs ever done. It's just snobbery to people they see as inferior. They shiver when they see mongs and their skin crawls they are horrible snide bullies.
They dehumanise you and start hating you, see you with some sort of disdain, like you make their skin crawl.
If you're inferior they think you deserve to die or live in terrible depression and they enjoy your suffering when they bully you.
Mongs are a discriminated minority. And who came up with name mong it's racist against Mongolians. It was probably some racist snob who went to Mongolia and said "Ha Ha, look at all those people with funny faces, their so poor and uneducated, I hate them"What a snobby bully, he was just like people who hate mongs. How do Mongolians feel about being used as a term of abuse, it's racism and xenophobia.
So many bullies say that bullying is a difficult thing to judge, because things they regard as fair play are actually deeply hurtful. Being seen as scum, for being quiet, or inadequate is being a victim of bullying. Hating people for being sad, mongish, shy, weird, is evil bullying snobbery. Getting everyone to hate people for being shy quiet, weird, sad, weird is evil bullying, trying to make people hate them is bullying. There's no doubt about that. It's ganging up on people it's social isolation the bullies knows what their doing, don't pretend its trivial.
That reputation thing is bullying. To start ranking people and making clear to people you think they're scum is bullying whether you like it or not that is bullying. The bullies would make clear to me how much they hated me in the way they looked and what they said about me in really soul breaking disdainful manners. The whole reputation thing at school is really soul breaking evil. That is bullying forcing social isolation. It's a snide sophisticated evil method of bullying. It is not trivial. It is one of the major causes of suicide forcing social isolation.
The worst thing is when bullies bully you with beatings and insults, and think they have done nothing wrong, but then they do something trivial to their pal and feel intense guilt about that.
That's when you start to think you're scum. Bullying should be a serious crime with life long imprisonment.
One thing I hate about bullies they bully you into being inadequate and then complain in adult life about you being inadequate, when most of time it is their fault.
Loads of people who hate mongs just totally disgregard mongs. views. They see us as diseased inferiors. I hate bullies, they're evil.
|Subject: A928767 - Mongs and weirdoes|
Posted Jan 12, 2003 by Bels - an incurable optimist. A1050986
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|Some good insights there, Researcher 212432. Socially isolated people have a very tough time of it. In the modern world where everyone is expected to interact and be extrovert and sociable, to be socially isolated is to be disabled.|
Physically disabled people get a lot of sympathy and support, they get wheelchairs and special ramps built for them, they get special sports events like the paraplegic olympics. They probably need even more recognition and more facilities, and this varies from country to country, but what they do get is respect and sympathy.
But when your disability is not a physical one but a hidden one, as in social isolation, and being bullied, and constantly being a victim, and being shy and not having much self-esteem, people don't see it as a disability at all. It cripples you just as surely as losing a leg cripples you, but you don't get any sympathy or understanding, and sometimes the best you can hope is that people will just give up and go away - but of course that just increases the isolation. People don't realise how painful this sort of disability is. That's because the pain is hidden and you can't explain it. When you are screaming inside yourself they can't hear you, and if you just scream out loud they think you are mad.
But you can't hide it for ever and it has to come out somehow or other, sooner or later. The sooner the better.