Saturday, 26 December 2009

Respect has always been two way street

 I hope one thing ends with this decade, and that is the horrid youth culture we have these days.
After two days of peace and quit, today like everyone else
I went to get things on the boxing day sales. Only to be witness to foolish behaviour.
Child disrespecting and shouting and cursing someone older than their own mom. His reason for his behaviour was ''The old &^%£$ was taking the piss, why you disrespecting me''.
Respect has become word for not only teenagers these days. But children under ten and they all believe it is something that is obtained through fear and force.
They have Forgotten that respect is two way street, you can't expect total strange to respect you out of no where. What have you achieved for anyone to respect you and do you respect this person you expecting to respect you? The answer is most likely to be no.
Everyone who lives in London has witnessed the loss of teenage life's, in past view years. In 2007 more than 27 youths were killed by another youth and 2008 over  29 youths were killed, parents burying their children; who were killed by another youth who was gassed with ''street talk'' its mad and stupid.
Life has become nothing and worthless to many, last week youth was killed by another youth aged 16 over comment on Facebook. What made mad today was the kid who was running his mouth was young he looked like he was eight or nine. His mother was right next to him and said nothing.
The person who he was running his mouth at was... mother herself. His mother could tell her son to mind  his manners, but instead she ran her mouth at this woman calling her names she shouldn't say front of her child.
I really loved how the other woman stayed cool and gave the son and mother just two answers and walked away with her dignity.
I really hope and pray that this new decade that is only week away would be more peaceful and better than this one.

4 comments:

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  3. youths in london are retarded and i blame the parents

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  4. I think the youths in London are not retarded but they have wrong ideology on life. I have never seen kids more ruder on the streets UK in any where else. I am travel writer and I am myself was shocked by the behaviour of one young boy who had respect for anyone and that is shame

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