Re: The not so great Dumbledore
- From: Roplh <xblack@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2008 21:55:18 -0500
Teachers have to stop bullying. It can serious damage to the person being bullied, and lead the bullied to make very bad decisions.
Bullying can very quickly turn in to
assault, battery and torture.
Teachers have very little desire to stop bullying. It's just par the
course of childhood. Tough it out is their motto. Then they're all
surprised and "sorry" when the victim is shooting up the place, and
pointing a gun at their head, demanding retribution for their
seems to have been there at every crucial moment in Harry's life, but
he sure wasn't for other students who needed him.
Wasn't he? We only see things from Harry's perspective. We don't
know what he was doing for others.
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