Casey the bullied skool kid snaps

Update : YouTube hosts thousands upon thousands of neo-Nazi propaganda vids but draws the line at… er… ‘violence’ (“This video has been removed because its content violated YouTube’s Terms of Service. Sorry about that.”). So Brad Cohen @ SportsGrid (among others) has uploaded a version, which replaces the one YouTube pulled… again… and again… and again… [and again… and again… and again…]

Cool, slightly disturbing new meme, coming to a corporate news site soon… [Shazam! and Fox are first.]

Original vid by way of Merlsification Videos (Tuffaz) and titled “See what happens when kids who are bullied have had enough!!!”

“The larger kid on the right, is my son’s friend Casey – thankfully they don’t go to the same school. Poor Casey has been bullied his whole high school life, and this is what happens when he snaps!! But guess who was suspended in this scenario – Casey!!”

Bully FAIL w/ Commentary from John Morgan on Vimeo.

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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6 Responses to Casey the bullied skool kid snaps

  1. Mace Windu says:

    It’s nice to see the bully on the receiving end for a change. Both these boys were suspended from school – only the bully should have been.

  2. @ndy says:

    Video of tables turning on bully sounds alarm bells
    Georgina Robinson and Ben Grubb
    The Age
    March 15, 2011

    …Commenters on Facebook numbered in their hundreds and sided overwhelmingly with the older boy.

    …Their triumphant response to the older boy’s retaliation surprised seasoned experts.

    “Our first reaction is obviously one of distress. That is a very distressing video for a number of reasons,” John Dalgleish, head of research at Kids Helpline and Boys Town, says.

    “Often children … will blame themselves for actions done towards them. One of the first things we do at Kids Helpline is talk that through with young people and give a very strong message saying no child ever deserves or should be subject to bullying.”

    …But police and bullying experts are concerned by the video’s publication on Facebook and the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the older boy’s retaliation against his attacker.

    “We don’t believe that violence is ever the answer,” Mr Dalgleish says. “We believe there are other ways that children can manage this.”


    Friday 18 March 2011 is Australia’s first annual community awareness campaign to address bullying. The event will be on the third Friday in March each year.

  3. lumpnboy says:

    Very World Wide Fund for Nature.

  4. Eric says:

    Gimme 2nds Bro!

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