Bullying bull

This past week, as another year in the government enslavement zones known as the Greenwich Public Schools began another year; it didn’t take too long for two big topics in said government schools to surface, guns and bullying.  In the wake of the gun grab called Sandy Hook and the constant nanny state wanting people who do not behave to government standards and are forced to take mind killing psychotropic drugs, comes the death of Bart Palosz, a sophomore at Greenwich High School.  (NOTE: The author of this piece is a 1992 graduate of GHS).

The Greenwich Patch reports school and town officials made it clear Wednesday the situation regarding any problems Palosz had were known to them.

After the first day of school, Palosz, who said he was bullied, went home, found a gun in his family’s secured gun locker in their Greenwich home, and shot himself to death.

The Patch also reported…

On Googleplus.com, a profile for Bart Palosz included several comments dated June and July in which the poster threatened suicide. What was apparent in the posts, there was nothing to indicate commenters tried to discourage the teen or provide support and encouragement to seek help.

Greenwich Schools Superintendent William McKersie said school officials at New Lebanon, Western Middle and GHS knew Bart and the issues he faced. They all supposedly expressed shock he would make the choice he did.

To this the writer calls bull. And has some personal experience behind it.  I was a student at GHS in the early 1990’s.  During that time I was bullied by someone whose father was a teacher at GHS.  I will withhold the person’s name as I do not want to give this person a soapbox or further any horrible recollections. My mother tried to take this to school officials which may have included the then headmistress of GHS, Dr. Eileen Petruzillo.  But someone in the office told my mother to talk to this kid’s mother.  Flustered and insulted, mother talked to the parents of this troubled teen who has bullied his siblings according to them.

At the time of this, I was not diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome/borderline Autism despite according to GHS’ website in 1991 the ARCH School, an alternative high school program for so-called non-traditional students, is founded.

What ended up happening was my mother threatened to call a lawyer.  And that put an end to that.  We sometimes think about this incident my mother and me.  I have not forgotten this kid and the lack of action done at the school.  I did graduate like mentioned above in 1992, but to be honest now looking back over 20 years later, it felt more like surviving than anything else.  With that began my emotional war with this town and the state of Connecticut, one that both are winning and because of it, I have been frustrated and now because of my disability, I must live on Social Security and maybe even food stamps.

I was born with my problems of Autism, and my natural rights were violated by this bully, the town and even its ultimate pillar of education.  Sure I had some good times there like being in the TV Club.  But it wasn’t enough to hide the pain of being bullied.   I hate to quote that Illuminati whore Lady Gaga, but I was born this way.

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