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Another tale of bullying from Chisholm

By johnboy 27 May 2013 24

This came in as a comment to the earlier bullying story but I thought it was worth a run:

Amelia100
2013/05/26 at 11:27 pm
Hi worried_mum,

I created an account purely to respond to you as your story really got to me. I’m only 19 so high school wasn’t too long ago for me and some of what you said bears some resemblance to h high school life.

Firstly, I just wanted to share my experience. I was midway through year 9 and also a A-B student when it begun. I had been bullied since year 7 but nothing too extreme. Actually I got beat up go the first time at the beginning of grade 8 at school and it happened twice that year. Year 9 was when it got bad. A certain gang would throw food at me, yell at me, push me over as they walked past me and when they felt like it, they would hit me. Always would be random. I had told the teachers, the principle, the vice principle, the front office, the councillor and the youth workers yet they did NOTHING to stop it. They made me feel like I was in the wrong. When they decided to bash me, other students would gather around and watch and even film it on their phones. I eventually dropped out of school and didn’t return to until college. Even after I dropped out, I was targeted. Turns out that group had connections with a even more dangerous and notorious group that even the police were scared of. I got beat up in woden interchange so bad I was put into hospital for a few days. The police still did NOTHING and said to me “you shouldn’t know these type of people” like I chose to know them. Another time, a group of boys from chisholm high school threatened me with knives at the shops. Another time, that same group broke into my bedroom but my mother called the police. I cant say what happened on here.I had to disappear from the world. I fell through terrible mental issues, addictions and ran away for about a month. I was very close to being gone forever but there was one person saved me. I have many horror stories. I won’t go into detail and I don’t mean to scare you, I just dread for this to happen to anyone else as I know how dark it is.

I STRONGLY advise you move your daughters. Chisholm was very strongly linked to the gang that abused me. It is a very “dodgy” suburb. And speaking for someone younger and “in” with what’s going on, there are very bad crowds there. I knew of many girls who got abused by both boys and girls. Please move her! I suggest telopea park as the crowd will be less likely to be linked to anyone there. Back when I was in high school, Chisholm, Melrose, stromlo and deakin were all linked. There was a gang in each school that were all friends. In saying that, deakin and stromlo are better and I would look into those if you wanted something south side.

In my opinion, nothing is worth risking in terms of your daughters safety. Please just move her, she will thank you later. There’s no getting through to kids like that, well I just know there was nothing I could’ve done to make them stop bullying me. I’m now attending university and I haven’t hear or seen from that gang for years. I just had to get away from them. They still do the same things as before and many of them have gotten locked up. I don’t think it’s wise to leave your daughter in that environment and you have to take her out of there and soon she will grow up and be surrounded by amazing people like I am now. Stay positive and optimistic!

Good luck!

And I apologise if my message is hard to read, I am typing it on my mobile phone.

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 2:13 pm 29 May 13

miz said :

#22, actually it was the other way round, the (female) worker came barrelling out and yelled utter filth and behaved in an aggro manner, terrifying the (female) neighbour, in front of her husband and observed by another neighbour. That’s right, bullying behaviour. All the abused neighbour had done was ask a person in a parked car to move so her driveway was not blocked, and suggest they park in the (ample) parking bays at the refuge. Turns out the car was there to pick up the worker and was trying to avoid the cameras because they were banned (that’s right, all problems are now in the street because of the cameras – hence all the loitering by undesirables).

The AVO matter is before the courts this week and is likely to be dismissed as there is absolutely no substance to it. However it serves to indicate how bad things have become. There has never, ever been anything like this or the criminal activity, bongs found etc until the refuge went in. Its a no-brainer.

As for human trash, it takes one to know one, Comic. And as for breaking the cycle, how could that possibly happen when these young people are given everything on a plate and there are no consequences? WE are having to clean up the mess time after time and they get off scot-free.

If you are so enamoured by the idea, how about contacting Minister Rattenbury tomorrow and offering your street for relocation? They will be looking for one soon.

You live in Chisholm. Do you honestly expect anyone to believe you when you say these problems only started when the refuge opened? lol.

Anyways, stay on topic, this thread is not about you being a cold hearted nimby, it’s about horrifying bullying that is out of control, in Chisholm.

As I said before, until parents are held accountable or even lose their kids, and until the disgusting victim blaming is gone, things will only get worse.

miz 7:37 pm 28 May 13

#22, actually it was the other way round, the (female) worker came barrelling out and yelled utter filth and behaved in an aggro manner, terrifying the (female) neighbour, in front of her husband and observed by another neighbour. That’s right, bullying behaviour. All the abused neighbour had done was ask a person in a parked car to move so her driveway was not blocked, and suggest they park in the (ample) parking bays at the refuge. Turns out the car was there to pick up the worker and was trying to avoid the cameras because they were banned (that’s right, all problems are now in the street because of the cameras – hence all the loitering by undesirables).

The AVO matter is before the courts this week and is likely to be dismissed as there is absolutely no substance to it. However it serves to indicate how bad things have become. There has never, ever been anything like this or the criminal activity, bongs found etc until the refuge went in. Its a no-brainer.

As for human trash, it takes one to know one, Comic. And as for breaking the cycle, how could that possibly happen when these young people are given everything on a plate and there are no consequences? WE are having to clean up the mess time after time and they get off scot-free.

If you are so enamoured by the idea, how about contacting Minister Rattenbury tomorrow and offering your street for relocation? They will be looking for one soon.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 4:51 pm 28 May 13

miz said :

#14, Huh, and ‘Comic’ has repeatedly been attempting to cane ME for not wanting such persons all grouped together and taking over my tiny street?! Ironic.
BTW it is a nightmare living here now. I hope you are happy Comic, Poetix and others who have No Idea. We have had criminal damage to cars, theft of trade tools, traspass and loitering of undesirables, an AVO taken out (by staff member of the refuge) on the resident living next door, etc etc. So much for ‘oh the poor homeless young people.’ An Absolute Nightmare. Hopefully it will go somewhere else soon. We are certainly agitating for that.

Ok, so you seem to be defending you poor and lovely neighbour who committed a act of violence on a staff at the refuge? What a great human being.

You also live in Chisholm, you have no proof any of your allegations have anything to do with those teenagers.

Also, it’s not ironic. A child being homeless doesnot equal human trash. Actually, it more than likely means they are trying to break the cycle.

bundah 9:29 am 28 May 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Major problem with Chisholm, monash, theodore and Richardson is way too many government housing filth. These suburbs and surrounding schools will never be fixed until something is done about the disgusting POS that plague the area.

Yes while one can find low life scum across all socioeconomic areas it’s fairly obvious they are mostly found in the lower socioeconomic bracket.Understandably no one wants to live next door to aggressive,noisy,quarreling bogans whose backyards are littered with all sorts of rubbish etc.The really difficult thing is what to do with them or where to place them,particularly when one has to factor in the human rights act.

So if someone can solve that dilemma i’m sure those that have no choice but to deal with the problem would be eternally grateful.

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