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Desc:It's beyond horrific.
Category:Crime, Educational
Tags:trauma, Child abuse, parenting, things will get better, custody battle
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Grandmaster Funk - 2015-06-15
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-06-15
Not even going to watch this.
That guy - 2015-06-16

simon666 - 2015-06-16
Thirded or whatever.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2015-06-16
I don't have to click this, I lived this. Only without anyone intervening. Thank God for video technology.

Lef - 2015-06-15
I FF'd and only watched a minute total.

Holy crap. I am a old jaded man yet this may be the only video on this site to make my eyes tear up from sadness. Terrifying and depressing.

Here's a related YT vid about a surprise baby announcement:
hopefully it'll counter the massive dread caused by bipolar mom. Maybe dad's a jerk too, who knows. fuck it. If I could smoke a bowl, I would. Need to go for a walk.
Ugh - 2015-06-16
a sprinkling of stars for the videos, and a few more for the youtube comments
oddeye - 2015-06-16
Why did he wait so long to step in and why did he continue to let her say this shit and assault his kids?

My father in law whacked my first daughter in the head with a water bottle, knocking her to the ground and causing her to cry. Right there in the middle of a sunny day in Magic Kingdom. I would have smashed his face into mush if it weren't for the families with kids and such that formed a big ring around us.

So I slammed up against him, got right in his fat fucking face and told him I was going to kill him which I must now do or else break the most sincere and solemnest of oaths. Everyday that passes where my father-in-law draws breath is an affront to all that is right.

Yet I must bide my time, let a year or so pass to avoid premeditation. He is somewhat ill and my talents would be squandered on a dying man if I were to be caught.

Anyway, this rancid bitch should be dead and whoever does it should be awarded a medal.
Grandmaster Funk - 2015-06-16
Why didn't he do something? Never heard of this horrible thing called Men's Violence Against Women? If he defends them, he goes to prison, and the kids stay with her.

oddeye - 2015-06-16
bullshit, he has evidence and witnesses that he was protecting his kids from a merciless psycho beating his kids up. Plenty of women get arrested for beating up men.

Suck my cock

spikestoyiu - 2015-06-16
"he has evidence and witnesses"

And yet she only ended up with one month in prison, two years probation, and ,600 dollars in fines.

EvilHomer - 2015-06-16
Yeah, as Mr Oddeye states, he's got filmed evidence. Courts may naturally favor women in cases of family disputes, but they aren't robotic oppression-machines; if the father interceded physically against his wife, then given the circumstances, I am fairly confident the courts would find in his favor.

Besides, even if he would get sent to prison, I would argue that one still has a moral obligation to intercede in situations like this. I have spoken out against the concept of vigilante justice many times before, but my issue has always been with the *fetishization* of vigilante justice, particularly in regards to the comic book and entertainment industry, and the consequences that such fetish-fantasies can have for the growth of fascism. It is this pervasive fantasy which is the problem, not the concept of vigilante justice in and of itself. When a real-life emergency happens before your eyes, then yes, it is time to act, regardless of any threats which "the authorities" might make against you.

Or maybe not. I have not watched the whole thing (I do not want to watch the whole thing), but doesn't the father take the children and call the cops? As far as physical abuse goes, then from what I have seen of the video, this is not an unconscionable level of violence; perhaps the best thing to do is simply to remain calm, decline to escalate, and then get the police involved as soon as the child is safely away? Kids are resilient; a simple beating may well be preferable to a simple beating followed by watching in horror as his parents murder one another.

ashtar. - 2015-06-16
Clearly, this is the fault of feminism. If only we could stop Anita Sarkeesian, tragedies like this would never happen again.

morva - 2015-06-16
I strongly disagree on the Bipolar in the title, that's a genuine diagnosis that has just become a blanket term/cop-out for so many types of present-day bullshit behaviour - this piece of shit is just a spoiled, ignorant cunt who is fully aware of her actions and can, and should take full responsibility for them.

And if it was me filming her, I would have made her responsible for them then and there. The added trauma to the kids would eventually be actually beneficial in the long-term.
/high horse rant
Aelric - 2015-06-16
Being an actually diagnosed bipolar, I agree that calling anyone that has a raging, abusive freakout a bipolar is unfair to anyone that was born with it and is seeking treatment and managing it. That said, it is true that bipolar folks can get to states like this more easily and a normal person can due to a lapse in control. though some with bipolarism never get to such a state. bipolarist typically manifests itself in two predominate extreme emotions, and it's not always "manic" and "depressive." there are those taht swing from angry to happy, some swing from sad to suicidal, some swing from uncontrolled violence to extreme shame. The reasons for these swings are not known, but management for them is.

If this lady is or isn't bipolar is debatable. I could believe it but I could also believe that she isn't and is just evil. But bipolar or not, those that take their anger and rage out on others, especially kids, are scum regardless of diagnosis.

Just, please don't assume that all bipolar people are like this. Remember, Stephan Fry is also bipolar. We aren't all terrible people.

morva - 2015-06-16
Yes, now that I've calmed down I can see that she could well be bipolar.
I've been diagnosed a few things myself *adjusting monocle* :Bipolar Affective Disorder, Manic depressive illness, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety, Substance and alcohol abuse, Paranoid ideation, Chronic Resistant depression, Post-traumatic stress disorder.
A lot of things got a lot better after 12 rounds of Electroconvulsive therapy.
(I just got brief summary of my recent history for a referral and had it lying near the computer.. Didn't realise there were that many different diagnoses)

I agree that whatever diagnosis or not, those that take their rage out out on others (especially kids) are scum.

Void 71 - 2015-06-16
I always thought that personality disorders were a way for psychologists to categorize and treat assholes and cunts. One type of asshole/cunt (Borderline) can't even be treated because their specific type of assholeishness/cuntiness compels them to lie through their teeth. It's amazing how thoroughly childhood trauma can ruin a human being and cause them to do the same to other human beings.

Spaceman Africa - 2015-06-16
oh no fuck this, fuck this woman
Binro the Heretic - 2015-06-16
I know what bipolar looks like. It's a problem that runs in my family. She's not out of control enough to be bipolar. She's calculating and in charge of herself. At no point does she go after the father because she knows he could easily best her, physically. At no point does her mood suddenly shift gears. At no point does she harm or threaten to harm herself. She only goes after smaller weaker targets and she does so with specific goals in mind.

Given the state of her home and other indicators, she may suffer from depression, but her real problem is that she's just psychopathic and manipulative. Distasteful as it is, the guy probably had to let this continue so he could get enough evidence to take custody away from her.

I've known too many people like this woman. As vile and horrible as she appears at this moment, she can stand before a court and look like the most tragic victim in the world. She has many years of learning how to manipulate people's emotions. This will show people what she's really like.
morva - 2015-06-18
Yeah, that's what I was trying to say in my above post(s)...she is fucked but she ain't crazy or bipolar.
And to me that makes her behaviour many degrees more abhorrent.

I think this video really touched a nerve for many members on this site...we all have our own issues and pasts and stories and hopefully this has further discouraged any actions similar to this individual by anyone who was abused similarly. Stop the cycle of abuse, if possible.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-06-16
Fuck the cunt beating the child most. I don't care whatever supposed "mental illness" you have. If you abuse children in this way you deserve to be thrown off the nearest cliff. I would have yanked her off that bed and stomped her head into the floor if she did this to my dog, much less my kid.

Fuck the father second most. You're supposed to protect your children. If you stand by casually recording someone doing this to your kid without so much as telling them to stop while your kid cries begging you to do something, you're a fucking monster who should never be allowed to own a puppy or even a goldfish, much less a kid. Another living being should not be trusted under your care because there's something seriously wrong with you.

And finally fuck the other woman. You should at least be doing something to get the kid out of that situation as you see his dad do nothing to protect him. But fuck, at least you told her to stop, that's more than the sad excuse for a dad tried to do.

The saddest part is how numb, how nonchalant all the adults are to the situation, meaning this is a pretty regular occurrence. I had a similarly abusive childhood, so I know how it is, but fuck, even my parents shitty as they were wouldn't have stood there watching someone beat the shit out of me for no reason and say nothing.

Don't watch this unless you want your day ruined.
DriverStabby - 2015-06-16
If the father had intervened physically to protect the kids, he would have been the one in jail.

DriverStabby - 2015-06-16
Lacking the proof this video provides, I mean.

yogarfield - 2015-06-16
i was going to joke that her shirt is so stupid she could get away with anything, and then i kept watching. shit.
DriverStabby - 2015-06-16
This is pretty much my childhood in a nutshell, but add alcoholism and uncontrolled shrieking.

Also, my dad had died when I was nine, and I had a much older brother ans sister who were as crazy and abusive as my mom.

Five for evil.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2015-06-16
Jesus :(

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