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Submitted by monkey on Mon, 06/02/2008 - 2:43am.
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kill that boy...!!! or he will kill someone(mother) soon.....

Posted on Thu, 10/01/2009 - 5:23am by Anonymous

If I were in that situation, and im guessing she has had long term problems with that child, I would have got up from my seat, found the producer and told them to call social services as I would never want to see that child again.

Posted on Thu, 10/15/2009 - 1:59am by Anonymous (not verified)

hii my name is Dharm and i am from India :)... i watched this clip and this little kid, who need some proper guidence and ofcourse some punishment for his doings.
But few things i want to say here that its not just this kid fault of his behaviour but also his parents, the society and the law responsible for these things equally.

His parents fault is that they have given so much freedom and excessive cares which is not necessary. Everything which is in excess or less always makes trouble... a balance of cares and freedom always give a better shape of a mind of a human being. He slapped his mom because his mom reaction he may already seen that even if he slap she will just say and will not punish him for his doings. So he have no fears from his parents and he did this.

The fault of law... i heard in USA kids dial up 911 and ask the police for help if their parents beat them to punish them for their mistakes and faults. Laws are good but i think the law makers also have to think the negative points and negative use of these laws.

Parents have to have full right to punish their kids if they feel it is necessary. Fear and Respect both are necessary equally where they need to. Kids are said to be kids because they do not have mature mind to think all the parents have full right to do for the betterment of their kids. And if law wants that parents takecare of their kids well then why not parents have equal right to punish their kids to let them behave good and be a nice person for self and for the whole society?

Fault of Society... i think the fault of society is that we all accepts negative things so nicely whether it becomes a culture or these things imposed by laws.... (like dial 911 and call the police if ur parents punish you...) not good at all... If a punishment can make a kid a good person for self and for the society then there is nothing wrong in it.

My opinion about this kid behaviour :)... well i am a high temeperament guy :) and my reactions are quick and instant for such things if happens.... and if u see the video he shaked his hand like a slap once before he actual slapped his mother... i gonna grab his neck right that moment when he shaked hand like a slap and gonna put him on the floor to tell him here u r and feel the taste of this ground and understand that i am ur Dad not you are mine and if you ever again behaved like this then i gonna put you 2 feets down this ground forever.... and i gonna remove his pant his underwear and make him naked and slap with my shoe tightly on his butts and make them red, so that for whole one week he is unable to sit on his butts and remember this to his whole life...

I think India is much better :) here you can beat ur kids until he piss in his pant and unable to sit on his butts :) haha....

AH i had such experiances :) in real ... my dad beat me up few times when i did wrong things... and i think he was right for his actions... thats why today i feel myself good and i respect my parents for everything they did for me... and i live with my parents and love them alot...

Change the rule beat ur kids when needed :)... they will realize later that you actually punished them for their good future...

and this fat kid really need a nice beating... send this kid to me :) i gonna teach him a good lessson :)... i m in Delhi, India :) haha.... Send this fat kid to me :) haha...

Posted on Fri, 10/23/2009 - 1:43pm by Dharm from India (not verified)


Posted on Mon, 11/16/2009 - 7:04am by Anonymous (not verified)

I've read some of these comments and I'm in disbelief that some of you believe the son had a right. Like the mother said, she's the boss of her son and he is to respect that. You are supposed to honor your mother and your father, in spite of. Children have the right to relay how they feel, but in a respectful manner. Never in my life would I have ever spoken to my mother in that tone. Even to this day, as an adult, I'd never disrespect my mother yet alone touched her because I'd be dead right now. I understand that there may be deeper issues, but violence is not okay just because you don't agree with what your mother is saying. If he can slap his mother, then he can slap, kick or punch his girlfriend...who may just be your daughter. Then will it be okay? Then will you say my daugther deserved to get smacked because she didn't let him have his say? I am a firm believer that if you spare the rod, you spoil the child. If that were my child, I'd be in jail and he'd be in the hospital. We have too many parents trying to befriend their children and letting them get away everything, which is why our youth are the way they are today. When I was growing up it wasn't that way. I didn't have a say so. I did as I was told because I was the child. I got spanked when I deserved and am a better person because of what my parents didn't let me get away with. I don't care what part of the show I missed...the fact that he put his hands on his mother is unacceptable. For those of you who think it's okay, you must not have kids and if you do, they must walk all over you. His act of violence against his mother, if not taken care of immediately, will run over into his teen and adult life...then will you say it's okay? Some of you really need to understand what a child's role is in life...that's to be a child, behave as a child and follow the rules placed by your parents. I'm afraid that you who agree with is behavior will have children who'll behave the same way, and unfortunately will be around my children.

Posted on Mon, 11/16/2009 - 3:30pm by Anonymous (not verified)

This little boy needs a really good whoopin'. To disrespect his mother in my house I don't think so!!!!!!! But his mother should know that his sister died and in this condition maybe he's lonley she should let him visit his sister sometime so he won't feel so lonley when I was little my papa died im started to be a butt head so they took me to see him so then I started to get back to the same old me again I felt cofident and loved.

Posted on Thu, 11/26/2009 - 10:33am by Miley (not verified)

My son was like this, but then i had him turned into a girl. Now She is the most well behaved 19 year old Daughter.

Posted on Mon, 12/21/2009 - 6:49pm by Anonymous (not verified)

no offence to the mum but i can see where the kid is comming from
having your parents hit you isn't a good feeling. i think that hitting his mum once was probably a good idea to show her that it doesn't feel good. how does she expect the kid to respect her if she hits him??? its a good thing its illegal in my country.
i may only be saying that because im a kid but i really do think that the mum needs to go about disciplining her child a different way
but the mum is right to a certain extent. the kid should do as he's told

Posted on Tue, 12/22/2009 - 5:22pm by crazymisscarly (not verified)

I'd beat the sh*t out of him if he slapped me

Posted on Tue, 01/05/2010 - 5:42pm by Anonymous (not verified)


Posted on Tue, 01/19/2010 - 1:28pm by hamza (not verified)

The kid is a spoiled little brat no question about it. The mother is in the wrong for not correcting that behavior if i ever slapped my mother id be out of the house that second. However all you parents who are for whipping a child are just ignorant its not really your fault a large demographic of america has a very low IQ. Your kids will just continue the cycle just like you are.

Posted on Mon, 02/15/2010 - 3:53pm by Anonymous (not verified)

Well i think the mom is the one who should fix it!! because if she don't then who well? and i think the kid was a little right! but still he should'nt do those kind of stuff to his mother!! cuz she is her mother!! and his mother doesn't have to hit him that much when he was kidding!! can't moms just be a little funnier or fun! cuz its boring and annoying ur mom does nothin but clean and cook!! why don't we play alittle that way ur kids will like u more and they'll respect u! hit them when they seriously!! piss u off!! i mean when the do real bad stuff!
~Thats how i feel~ i mean think or whatere JK JK!^^

Posted on Sun, 02/21/2010 - 9:36am by Nony! (not verified)

Bad parenting. But, even if the parents have raised a child this way, a child should never slap his or her parent. It is disrespectful and obnoxious. I think she should not take the child's advice and let him stay with a grand parent or someone else, instead she should read "Parenting for Dummies" (no joke) and take Dr. Phil's advice.

Posted on Mon, 03/01/2010 - 6:16pm by Alexander (not verified)

It's obvious she slaps him in private and is "BOSSY" instead of disciplining with love. She is holding back because she is an adult on camera in front of many others and that is why she is holding back from slapping or what ever else she does around strangers. She is trying to look good and the boy is being true. She is obviously "Exasperating her child" as the BIBLE says not to do. He needs love first and then a stick across the bottom "IF" needed for serious offenses. It's obvious to me from watching her she has a lot of anger and fear she is taking out on "A CHILD" who is only "A CHILD". If you treat them good and they talk back by all means spank them on the butt. If you treat them bad and they talk back then by all means...They should fight back! Parents always say obey me because I am the parent. Being the parent does not make you right. I makes you responsible for someone else.... SOMEONE else. Treat them with kindness... not "BOSSYNESS". The mother needs to see how she is instigating this and turn to a better way of HELPING her son do better in life. The boy needs to forgive his mother.. she is only human and has done wrong... then the boy can listen to his mother and they can live with LOVE as we were all designed to do.

Posted on Fri, 03/12/2010 - 1:26pm by Chris Casad (not verified)

i really think that the mother needs to listen to the poor boy. he kept saying listen to me, how does it feel when i speak to you like that/how does it fee when i hit you like that.

it obvious that she is being abusive to him and now that he's old enough to know that it';s not normal he;s standing up to her. more power to him....

as a mother i would never speak to my son like that or ever hit him. if i did hit him i would expect to get it back.

how can you disrespect a little person by hitting them... you get a lot more with sugar than salt

Posted on Sat, 03/27/2010 - 3:09am by Anonymous (not verified)

I think you need your head examined if you think this bully boy needs to be spoiled even more than he already is.

Posted on Sat, 04/17/2010 - 10:33pm by Anonymous (not verified)

If mommy dearest here doesn't wanna give this kid a backhand or two, I'll gladly do it. I hate this kid. He's obviously spoiled rotten and he likes to and wants to be in charge so he plays the sympathy card to achieve his goal. I NEVER did or would hit my mom, this kid need a good old fashioned ass kicking or he's gonna stay this way.

Posted on Tue, 04/20/2010 - 6:59pm by Anonymous (not verified)

how does that make you feel?

Posted on Tue, 04/20/2010 - 11:47pm by DanieL0L

I have 2 kids 13 and 11. They are both well behaved and get good grades. I never believed in spanking. When the older child reached 8 or 9, he starting talking to me in a very disrespectful manner. I didn't talk to him that way, so why was he talking to me like that? I am a nice, nurturing, sweet mother so why was I getting treated like this? I would have him sit in time out as always, but at age 9 he was brazen enough to tell me no. He would get up and do as he wished. I tried to take one his beloved games away...He punched me hard. Left a bruise. My husband was in the military, veteran of desert storm and although he didn't believe in spanking either, he did believe in sit ups, push ups for correcting behavior. I told him what happened. The boy had to do 10 sit ups. Big deal. We live in a non hitting home where patience and communication is used, so he wasn't repeating our behavior. Then he punched me again. This time, he was over my lap, clothed and with my hand I gave him such a spanking. We talked after, his bottom was fine, not red or anything. From that point on, I was never hit again, or talked to disrespectfully. I think a parent can be too easy as well as too strict. Maybe I had been too easy. All I know is, that one spanking he got, he deserved and It has never had to happen again. The boy in this video has underlying issues yes, but I feel for whatever reason, he feels like he can call the shots. Before anything can get resolved he needs first to know his place as a child. If I were his mother, he would have gotten a really good, well deserved spanking.

Posted on Sat, 05/01/2010 - 6:31am by Anonymous (not verified)

I am 13 and I am usually a very kind person, but after seeing this I felt like kicking that lard into a big thorny rose bush, then a puddle of mud, then drop him off a cliff into a tsunami. I agree that this kid's attitude is mainly his mom's fault, but kids should know better. It's an instinct to do what your parents want! Plus, where is the dad in the situation? It's obvious that this kid doesn't know how to act like a real man.

Posted on Sat, 05/01/2010 - 2:46pm by Anonymous (not verified)

Personally, I have to say that I'm on the kids side on this one... She has no right to hit him, but he has not right to hit her either. But he is a child. Aggression was generated and thats how kids react, but the mother should know better than to hit her child... I think the kid is being discriminated against andd not given a voice to state what he thinks, which is a right, of young and old, big and small... and that should be upheld which it isin't in this case. Now, he's going so be punished for objecting to physical punishment... What kind of society is this?

Posted on Mon, 05/17/2010 - 2:39pm by Anonymous (not verified)

Thats why most teenagers today have no respect fore anyone,because parents let theyre kids take advantage of them when theyre younger and thats why they treat theyre other olders the same way they treat theyre parents

Posted on Sun, 06/06/2010 - 8:45pm by Anonymous (not verified)

That little sh*t knew that because they were recording, that she couldn't put her hands on him... I don't care if it was on national t.v. or not, I would have beat the living sh*t out of him... and my child would have never gotten away with saying shut up to me, I would have slapped him the second sh came out of his lips... Little sh*t, send him to my house, i'll teach him a lesson...

Posted on Mon, 07/05/2010 - 2:37am by Anonymous (not verified)

Kid are just kids. I feel that there is never a reason for "whooping" a kids ass, beatings and spankings may help the parent save face and feel better but it doesn't help teach the child anything other then; violence is a way to solve problems and it's okay to get physical to those that anger you in the home, or it's okay to have other people hit you when you make them angry and that you deserve it. Physical punishment can also greatly affect a child's self esteem and confidence. I don't understand why any parent would hit their child, I admit that I don't have children yet, but I also train dogs and horses and I have yet to need to hit them to teach them to do what I want. Trust me I get a lot of compliments about how well they behave too.

Now skipping point, children have no reason to hit their parents, I agree with the person above, this kid is getting their behaviors from somebody, the words he said I can believe are from his mother cause she was saying the same thing to him, but his actions are so different, I don't think those are his mom's. What doctor phil really needs to do (and I didn't watch the episode) is that he needs to find who the hell is teaching this kid to hit and getting the kid into some behavioral therapy. This family needs help and some serious training. I can't believe that this would ever happen, that kid is setting himself up to be a wife beater. Gross.

Posted on Tue, 07/13/2010 - 6:21pm by Anonanom (not verified)

OH. MY. GOD! That kid is ticked! He looked so upset! That was scary! I can't believe he hit his mom like that! I can tell he's really upset, but he still shouldn't have done that to his mother. That just makes me sick. My mother's an alcoholic and there were times when I just wanted to hit her over the head with a vodka bottle, but I would never, EVER hit my mom! She just cowered after he slapped her! I would've beat his shiny butt cheeks black and blue! Honestly, she must have not been a good mom at all! OMG I can go on for hours about this, but I won't. This kid, lemme tell ya.... NEEDS TO BE SENT TO BRAT CAMP!

Posted on Wed, 08/04/2010 - 10:12pm by OMG (not verified)

What the heck is wrong with you guys? All I'm reading on your comments are, "it's the mom's fault. F*ck her up and beat her a**" or "The kid should be put in his place, beat his fat a**" basically.

The mom is grieving, and doesn't know how to deal with it. His emotions are too intense for her to handle in her current state of mind. Give her a freaking break.

The kid is still young, and doesn't know how to handle his emotions because all he's seeing is negative feedback from his mother. It's conditioning. Give him a freaking break.

I don't mind giving my kids a spanking when they deserve it, but that happens rarely because they are awesome kids. I don't really have to resort to any sort of physical smacking, ever. I don't believe in that "children should be seen, not heard" crap. I was raised old school, but my dad never hit me. Ever. He didn't have to, because he earned my respect by being a decent man. My mother; however, was, and still is the most negative person I've had the misfortune of being related to. She has issues, but she is still my mom.

Mostly, this is a case of miscommunication/misunderstanding and not being able to see past their own misery to put themselves in the other persons' shoes. "Putting kids in their place" or "breaking a child's spirit" or "blaming the mom because she's an idiot" isn't exactly tactful.

Smacking your kids around and treating them like vermin (not all parents do this, but a lot of them get carried away) only brings obedience and fear, not respect and admiration. So no, I would not smack that kid. That would just show him that physical aggression is the only way to get his point across.

Posted on Sat, 08/07/2010 - 1:05am by Anonymous (not verified)

I understand where the kid is coming from, I got so angry when my mom gets whatever she wants but I couldn't do a simple little thing. But that kid went too far. And saying that you shouldn't EVER hit a parent, I disagree with. What if it's like a joke? I mean if you do it on purpose and you purposely hurt them that is uncalled for, but if it's a joke i think it's okay. The mother wouldnt give the kid a chance to talk, and he just wanted to give his mother a piece of his mind.

Posted on Sun, 08/22/2010 - 11:26pm by Anonymous (not verified)

I think that the son has been abused before. Actually, this child HAS been abused before. No point disagreeing. only an abused child would do this. I don't mean actually abuse, although he could be actually abused before. I also mean hat this child might, probably has felt abused or has been abused before. AND HE HAS!!! Only children like THIS will have behavied just like THIS. THIS and only THIS. This behavior is usually more prominient in boys than girls. If we were told to appluad the one whom has the burden, I would appluad the child. The som HIMSELF has the burden.

Another point is that the child is very emotional, I think. I can see it on him.

Posted on Mon, 08/23/2010 - 5:28am by Deathwolf300 (not verified)

the mother deserved to be slapped now she knows how the child feels when hes hit and yelled and told to shut up children are the same as adults and deserve to be treated with respect parents have no right to tell the kid SHUT UP children have the right to say there opinion and not be hit adults are so immature

Posted on Thu, 11/25/2010 - 4:43pm by Anonymous (not verified)

This fat spoiled azz 11 year old kid slapping his mom is ridiculous. I wouldve slapped him into the middle of next week..and he wouldve been doing dishes, laundry mopping the floor , taking out the trash, cutting the grass, cleaning his room and mine you name it. He woulvde thanked me years later.

Bottom line when you teach your kids discipline and respect when they are little when they get this old they will already have respect in them..too late to start then.

I bet she still washes and irons his clothes makes his bed you name it. You cant be a parent and A FRIEND until they get to be adults and move out. Even if they are grown and still in my house ,my rules are the rules or get the hell out.

Sorry but it works , other wise theyll turn your house into a whore house and wont even have the decent mind to get a motel room to have sex... washing they stank butts on your towels and having the munchies in your fridge on your dime and drinking your beer...

They could at least bring a gal over for dad too...hahaha !

Posted on Mon, 12/06/2010 - 9:19pm by steed (not verified)

He is slapping his Moma today.. he will be beating his wife to death in about 15 years and hiding the body.. Then what will you say...he needed time out..give me a break..

I wouldve not only beat his butt I wouldve been taking to him in rhythm with the hits.. Boy..I Told..You.. Ne,,ver.. to raise ..Your..ha..nd me or your !!

That was the original parent hip hop rapp song from the 60's...that i carried on in the 80's

My sons are in thier mid 20's and no illegitimate kids and gainfully employed.. thanks in part their dads rapping skills..=)

Posted on Mon, 12/06/2010 - 9:37pm by steed (not verified)

IF My Kid Ever raised a hand to me to slap me. Or tells me to Shut up or ever dis respects me. I don't care if I go to jail over it or not. I will turn him or her over my Knee so fast and take a Belt to his ass! My Child will Never do that to me!

and His father should have busted his ass again for being so rude to his mother!

an ass whippen works Magic! thats one major problem in society today Parents are too lazy to discipline their kids

Posted on Tue, 12/21/2010 - 4:12am by Anonymous (not verified)

I agree that children need discipline. Loving discipline that will teach the child right from wrong so he can be a happy, well-adjusted adult. And if that means spanking, then I guess that's okay. As long as the parent is NOT getting some sort of personal satisfaction from spanking their child. Because the spanking needs to be for the child's benefit and not the adult's need for asserting control. The adult should already feel in control and if they don't, then the spanking becomes all about retaliation. This should not be discipline solely for the purpose of showing the child who's boss and "you're going to do what I say no matter what" and that's TOTALLY what I am picking up on from the mother. Kids are very astute and perceptive with a built-in sense of fairness. This mother is not fair. And she obviously never listens to her son. She is still in mourning for her dead daughter. He repeatedly tells her that she is not listening to him. And she interrupts him. He repeatedly says "Let me talk" and all she can do is regurgitate mindless, senseless drivel about parenting. He says "you are not the COMPLETE boss of me. I control my body." A minute later she comes back to this statement and says "I am the boss of you. Bottom line."

Does anybody see what is going on here? Her whole thing is control without reason. Bottom line. Control for the sake of control because she is OUT OF CONTROL herself. And the little boy sees this. Even if she doesn't. And what he said was "you are not my COMPLETE boss of me". Wow, the kid is smart. COMPLETE boss... He gets it. He knows that she is his parent and I think he even has some respect for that, but she is NOT HIS COMPLETE BOSS! And he is 200% right! He looks like he is about the age where he is hitting puberty. And at that age, KIDS NEED TO BE GIVEN SOME PRIVACY REGARDING THEIR BODIES!!! Listen to what he said. "I control my body." What else could that mean? I wonder if perhaps the mother hasn't been inappropriate with her son in some way. Why not? It's not like it's never happened before.

What I see in the boy is frustration and anger that is starting to spill over into something worse. And she has absolutely no clue how angry her son is. She says things that may sound "correct" to someone who is listening with half an ear, but what the boy is showing is 110% real feeling. He is not faking it. I absolutely think he is telling the truth. And if she is stepping over certain boundaries, then this is child abuse. Hearing about fathers sexually abusing their daughters is not exactly unheard of. And wouldn't every last one of us stand up and cheer our asses off if a 13 year-old girl fought back against the father who wass sexually abusing her??? And wouldn't we be in awe of her courage?

So, what is going on here? This boy is fighting back. Personally, I'm glad he hit his mother. He's showing her a little bit of what it feels like. I bet she slaps his face all the time. And for reasons that are meaningless and have absolutely nothing to do with real discipline. Real discinpline has the long-term effect of making a child feel safe and loved. And deep-down we are grateful for it. Even at that age, deep, deep down... Even if we don't like it, we know deep down what's going on when we are punished. I'm not saying that the mom hates her son, but right now she is no help to anybody. And he's doing everything he knows how TRYING TO GET HER ATTENTION!!! He slaps on her national television and basically she looks a little put off and embarassed. She doesn't get it. Everything that comes out of the boy is pure emotion. The mom has no idea how to be a good parent. She is self-centered and feels entitled. She is grieving and she is beside herself. Bottom line. Right after he slaps her, she says "you do not put your hands on me" - What the bleep is that? "You don't put your hands on me"??? That comment is what the battered woman in a Lifetime movie says when she gets up her courage and has finally had enough. This mother doesn't even respond with any kind of appropriateness when her son slaps her. She is so out of touch with reality that it's truly frightening.

Maybe at some level, she feels like a failure because she couldn't keep her daughter from dying. And so all the feeling went out of her and she is numb. And now all she has the energy to do is childrearing by rote. The child may be spoiled and he obviously needs discipline (as well as a male role model), but what I mostly see is a very smart, very observant, very fair-minded young man who is so angry about his mother's inability to meet the most basic requirements of parenting that he is at the end of his rope. Later on, Dr. Phil does his bogus psychology hand-jive, mother and son make up and then one minute later mom is back to her ways, i.e., not listening to her son, then the boy says "This is exactly what I am talking about" and she goes right back to her song "I'm your mother and..." blah blah blah... Correcting your child is NOT ALWAYS THE THING THAT COMES FIRST!!! A parent corrects their child to show them the difference between right and wrong because they love him. Very good. A parents corrects their child because they cannot control their own life and they need to feel power over someone else's life. Terrible.

I am kind of amazed at the number of people who are basically saying "That kid needs his butt whipped. If I ever slapped my mother, she would have beaten me (being a mother does not suddenly come to an end after 9 months), and if a child slaps their mom because they can't have their way, then yeah, beat his ass or whatever thing he deserves. But if the mom is unfair at every turn and acts like this to spite the world, or correct some sense of perceived unfairness, then Mom is mentally unbalanced and unfit to be a mother. I am not saying that a person should hold onto past injustices and hurts, and it is absolutely important to be able to let go so you can move forward. But that in no way implies being in denial of the past, either. And what that boy is doing is confronting his mother on her bullsh*t. And if this makes you feel defensive, then that probably means that you are at odds with what the boy did because you never had the courage to do what he did. Maybe you haven't come to terms with the fact that maybe your parents were wrong some time? Really, really wrong. Not just bad judgment wrong, but mean, vindictive, unfair, self-absorbed, unfeeling wrong. In some cases, perhaps it's because your parents punished you, but had a good reason for doing so. But just because that was YOUR experience, does not mean that this boy is having the same experience. But when people say such strong things about this boy, I cannot help but feel that people have unresolved issues about their own upbringing and have not yet learned how to accept responsibility for their own feelings. So they rage against this child because if their own baggage which they aren't even aware of. It's truly phenomenal. The boy slapped his mother and asked her how it felt. Slapping your child's face does not equal real discipline. Yes, I totally agree that the slap was done out of vengeance. But not revenge simply for being upset about some punishment. He slapped his mother because she treats him like a dog, like he is less than human, like he doesn't beling to himself and that she can do whatever she wants to because she is the mother. Maybe when she lost her daughter, she felt such rage and such grief and such loss of control and she has not yet accepted it that she is going to control her son at any cost. But he can't help it that his sister died. He just wants his mother's attention and her love. But he also wants (and needs) to be able to be his own person. Right now, he is the stronger one of the two. And personally, I applaud him for doing what he did. He is a very, very brave little man.

Posted on Mon, 01/31/2011 - 3:55am by Todd (not verified)

Amazing Todd, that the last comment posted here (yours, at the time of this writing) is the most intelligent.

First - many who posted here confirm why we live in violent society. The knee-jerk reaction is to completely forget the kid's message, completely forget that this "mother" has been abusing him up to this point and he finally, full of rage and having reached the breaking point, finally gives him a piece of his mind and his hand across her face.

And what - I read the comments here: All bets are off and the kid, who's already been abused and at the breaking point just needs to be abused some more? Beat until his "bones are broken"? Yeah - that'll teach him, huh? Is that your expectation? That he will be cowed by a severe beating? Yeah - for now. Until he's bigger.

Hear me now: This woman lost her child's respect because of HER actions. Beating him senseless might instill fear, but NOT RESPECT and she will continue to treat him like sh*t until he either severely injures her, has her thrown in jail or sees a window of opportunity to get out of her life forever.

Most of you here have expressed some of the most VIOLENT opinions I've ever read. And you expressed VIOLENT action against...what, another adult? Someone bigger than you? No - all of you want to beat up some kid whose situation is too remote for you to even consider. You've never walked in his shoes.

So some of you buy into the myth that a child can "calmly and respectfully" sit down with an abusive parent and ask them "nicely" to stop abusing them? In what world do you live in? I already know the answer to that.

He is a brave kid - one of the FEW abused kids in our country who had the balls to stand up and say "thus far and no further may you go".

And what did Mom do? She dragged him on white trash TV knowing that she'd get sympathy and the same knee-jerk reactions most of you gave her.

Posted on Mon, 02/14/2011 - 12:02pm by MikeH (not verified)

you sound like you know sh*t but you dont, it dont matter if the mom slaps, hits him every day. he should never in million years puts he had on his mother, she can be the worst mom, it dont matter kids should never put thier hand on thier mother there i said it agian.

Posted on Thu, 06/02/2011 - 4:03pm by Anonymous (not verified)

Amazing Todd, that the last comment posted here (yours, at the time of this writing) is the most intelligent.

First - many who posted here confirm why we live in violent society. The knee-jerk reaction is to completely forget the kid's message, completely forget that this "mother" has been abusing him up to this point and he finally, full of rage and having reached the breaking point, finally gives him a piece of his mind and his hand across her face.

And what - I read the comments here: All bets are off and the kid, who's already been abused and at the breaking point just needs to be abused some more? Beat until his "bones are broken"? Yeah - that'll teach him, huh? Is that your expectation? That he will be cowed by a severe beating? Yeah - for now. Until he's bigger.

Hear me now: This woman lost her child's respect because of HER actions. Beating him senseless might instill fear, but NOT RESPECT and she will continue to treat him like sh*t until he either severely injures her, has her thrown in jail or sees a window of opportunity to get out of her life forever.

Most of you here have expressed some of the most VIOLENT opinions I've ever read. And you expressed VIOLENT action against...what, another adult? Someone bigger than you? No - all of you want to beat up some kid whose situation is too remote for you to even consider. You've never walked in his shoes.

So some of you buy into the myth that a child can "calmly and respectfully" sit down with an abusive parent and ask them "nicely" to stop abusing them? In what world do you live in? I already know the answer to that.

He is a brave kid - one of the FEW abused kids in our country who had the balls to stand up and say "thus far and no further may you go".

And what did Mom do? She dragged him on white trash TV knowing that she'd get sympathy and the same knee-jerk reactions most of you gave her.

Posted on Mon, 02/14/2011 - 12:03pm by MikeH (not verified)

this kid must have mental illness or anger issues. i would slap the kid back in the face. he is totally wrong to talk to his mom like that and slap her. hes a little punk who is super retarded and has anger issues, it pisses me off BIG time. man i cant stop watching this video because of how much i want to punch that kid in the face for that. man if hacks me off alot.

Posted on Thu, 07/21/2011 - 10:26am by Anonymous (not verified)

This boy is very disrespectful and rude to his mother. Since when is that okay? Where did he learn to slap? Probably from our violent society that are promoting shows and cartoons that 'teach' children to be disrespectful to adults and portray adults as 'stupid' and the children as 'wise'. Parents no longer have rights to discipline effectively and kids know it. A spank on the butt never hurt anyone. There's a lot more going on here.

Posted on Mon, 08/08/2011 - 8:52pm by Anonymous (not verified)

o.o;; Boy all this sure is a bunch of one sided bs. One way or another. THose of you parents who say, "If this were my child." Please stop. Did you raise your child the exact same way? No? Well then, you can't say if this were my child. He learned what he learned from where he's at. Not from a bunch of hypothetical bs. You change any major aspect of his past life, (Where he was born, who he was born too, so on.) and the rest of it is moot. Your child prolly behaves differently, since you raised him differently. So stop taking a story, treating it like a cookie cutter shape, and pasting it to your life as an example. Humans are too complicated for that.

Posted on Thu, 08/11/2011 - 11:21pm by Jacob Gates (not verified)

Boy all this sure is a bunch of one sided bs.

Posted on Tue, 09/06/2011 - 7:35am by fxiong99

seriously... if you were a ten year old and felt you never got your point across,, and know that slaaping and telling someone to shut up .. to get yyour point across is wrong.. you still wouldnt do it? heck.. if i had a mother that never listened, told me to shut up, and even so much as laid a finger on me... its done, you get it right back. if thats how you raise your kid, thats how you should be treated. mom needs better parenting... kid needs to be heard and understood.

Posted on Fri, 09/02/2011 - 10:43pm by Anonymous (not verified)

You've got to give respect to get it and that woman got what she deserved. If that "mother" was even remotely ready to be a parent she would have known/found a more efficient way of communicating with her child. If we are taught, as adults, to not hit other people, what makes it acceptable to hit children? Parents who hit their children exhibit severe lacks in self control. If you brought an innocent child into this world in order to parade around like a dictator and use means of physical pain to "get what you want," who's the bigger brat? You or the child who knows less than you?

Posted on Sun, 09/18/2011 - 7:20pm by Anonymous (not verified)

ok i dont care how bad life gets for u ur never to slap your parents i have gone through so much worse than what that kids gone through and for him to do that well that is flat out wrong i have a drug addicted whore mother and i had a acholci drugy father until he died when i was three i have moved around place to place but now i am staying with my grandma on my youngest sis side by the way i have three sibilings on my mothers side two on my fathers wich i only recently meet my father side of the family and i would never hit my grandma we get in a argument every day sometimes i go to far and hit the wall but to lay my hands on her well i would kill myself cause i would not be able bare that kind of pain that kid might have been going through a loss but so was the mother and probley more of a loss than him he should have been taken down to the ground and got his ass wiped by the way i am a teenager not going to say how old because there are stalkers out there so i know a little bit more about teens and what we are going through than what u parents do

Posted on Sat, 10/08/2011 - 11:58pm by jeremy (not verified)

I can't believe this is even being discussed that this parent was in the wrong. He said he lightly slapped her bet that was how he light bumped her on the plane to. He better be glad I wasn't his mom. Plus did you see the size of that kid; couple of years from now he'll be in jail for domestic abuse. I would have beat his butt camera or no camera. She handle her self well. She send him to boarding school.

Posted on Thu, 10/13/2011 - 4:45am by Anonymous (not verified)

It sounds like the kid was trying to get her attention by nudging her and she jabbed him hard on purpose. It's never appropriate to hurt anyone. She is an adult and should know better. He is only a kid. He hit her because she hits him. If she was kind to him he wouldn't act like that. She's abussive. She should be teaching him to be non violent, kind, and peaceful. Hitting and yelling is not the way. She seems like an angry person and is obsessed with "being the boss" of him like she says. She is only making herself all ralled up and stressed out by reacting to him. When he is being annoying or yelling she needs to practice non reaction. When she reacts to him it just keeps the argument or fuss going. She should ask him nicely what's wrong and if he doesn't communicate or screams nonsense at her she should calmly say okay and walk away. It takes two people to argue and fight. She should know better. She is an adult but she behaves like an angry child.

Posted on Sun, 10/30/2011 - 1:19am by Anonymous (not verified)

... Look at all these people promoting child abuse. Yes i agree it was wrong of the child to hit his mother. And it was wrong of the mother to keep ragging on the child until he did that both sides are wrong and need to have a solution worked out. No child should ever hit a parent and no parent should be using words as an abuse tool towards a child. And the face this is put on a show just worsens the fact of this parents morality. Oh my son is being a "brat" lets just make a huge spectacle out of it for the whole nation to watch... real gold star parenting there.

Posted on Thu, 11/10/2011 - 7:40am by Anonymous (not verified)

Eric Cartman, is that you?

Posted on Thu, 11/10/2011 - 3:05pm by Holy cwap (not verified)

my step son was just like him,,,and now hes 23 and stil lives at home,,and dont even have a job,,and stays up all night,,on his computer,,and the mom dont even care hes still lives at home,,,,,,and when he eat all the food he says hay ,,theres nothing to eat,,shes link,,a a## kisser,,oooh ok baby ill get to the store,,,im in shock,,im the ,,boyfriend to the mom,,and i tell her your messing him up buy not kicking him out,,,,then she thretns im if you dont like it then leave me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!,,,see heres where another prob comes in,,im the only one to bring $$ in,,if i leave ,,shes on the street,,,,and i love her,,,,,but i cant stand her kidd ,,though,,,i would love to find him in a dark aly,,,,,u know what i meen,,,,,,,,,,,,trust me ,,if this was my kidd,,hed be gone!!!!!!!!!!!,,,

Posted on Mon, 11/21/2011 - 6:41pm by Anonymous (not verified)

My concern is if he thinks it's okay for him to do that to his mom NOW, what is going to happen to the girls he dates or the woman he marries when they get under his skin. That boy told his mom to shut up because he wanted to talk, yeah, but he wasn't letting her get a word in either. They may both be at fault, but letting him think that that was okay DEFINITELY isn't. I understand why people would defend him because of the emotional trauma, but still, you don't justify that kind of behaviour to a child or else they will take advantage of it. As a kid that was beaten and spent 8 years in foster care, I can tell you a lot of the time, a child knows EXACTLY the effect that they can have on a parent (or in his case, the effect he would have on a TV show). I knew because of my punishments growing up what was acceptable and what wasn't and let me tell you, I would have NEVER under any circumstance no matter how afraid I was of ANYONE have thought to strike an adult anywhere, much less across the FACE! There wasn't even anything threatening about the situation to really CAUSE that reaction. As someone who knows the effects of abuse on a child, I can say that if MY child EVER spoke to me like that or struck me like that, no matter the situation, I would bend him over my knee and give him an attitude adjustment. That just should not be tolerated or condoned!

Posted on Fri, 12/02/2011 - 2:28am by Miriya (not verified)

When I was a kid I was hit by my mother. I am now a grown woman.
Agression just brings up more agression. Maybe you people have never been hit. It's just the kid's reflection of the mother's actions. Maybe the woman wasn't telling the whole story.

This kid needs counseling, but so does the mother. There is something this woman is not telling.

Posted on Sun, 12/11/2011 - 1:04pm by Anonymous (not verified)

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