Children at school – HELD AT GUNPOINT

Children at school – HELD AT GUNPOINT

“School violence is emotional, physical, and sexual violence, committed by students or school staff against other students, or by students against school staff”. (Wikipedia)

The issue of child violence is quite a popular topic of discussion among the general public today. Bookstores offer a wide variety of books that are full of recommendations for parents on how to protect a child from emotional and physical abuse as well as how to intervene when it occurs. Nevertheless, the situation at schools remains the same and does not seem to improve. All the observations and facts concerning this issue are rather contradictory and lack any type of systematic approach. Different recommendations given by experienced school psychologists turn out to be impractical as well.

There is also no unanimous opinion on who can fall victim to school violence. Some think that absolutely any child can become a victim, especially when he or she has some physical deficiencies (e.g. has to wear glasses, a hearing device), their behavior is different (an extremely introverted child), or there are some differences in their appearance (e.g. outstanding ears). However, this approach disregards the fact that not all children wearing glasses become a target of violence, and some of them even inflict violence on peers themselves. So, as a result, these factors cannot be considered as determinant ones.


On the other hand, the victim is quite often told that “glasses are not the reason” for such treatment and sometimes even recommended to follow the social group demands and change something about himself! Sometimes it is suggested that a student should notify the school authorities, police or change schools. Unfortunately, all of these measures usually have no effect – children never miss an opportunity to bully a scapegoat when there is one. Children are not angels. They are little animals and their behavior is archetypical. The weaker children, who haven’t learned to provide for their own safety, come under pressure from those who are stronger. Quite often, children with the visual vector who are kind and defenseless by nature become the targets because they are unable to stand up for themselves.



A dermal visual boy is usually the most vulnerable person in a group. How does this absolutely extroverted and good-looking boy become the “odd man out”?

The reason is that the priority task for everyone, prior to reaching puberty is to find their innate role in the pack and the class becomes a prototype (a small modern version) of a pack.

When people say that a person must be self-sufficient, those are just words. A person can realize oneself only in a group. This includes even those who are ultimately introverted and do not like socializing.

All male members of a group have their archetype, their role, which determines their position in the pack. A dermal visual male is the only one who has no archetype, role or function. A male who is unable to kill is unable to get anything to eat. He had to learn to adapt to the landscape and to survive not so long ago.


Although some people think that his being emotional, sensitive, and feminine can be the reasons for physical and oral abuse, the real reasons are different. The children do not bully the physically weak ones, but those who cannot rank themselves within a group. A dermal visual male is the only one who has no function in the pack, so he can’t take part in ranking; consequently, he has no right to food. As a result, he experiences difficulties in social adaptation.

The proper upbringing can help a dermal visual boy to achieve successful social adaptation (E.g., learning to play the guitar and sing will give him cultural or acquired right to food). He will avoid becoming a victim of violence and will gain respect from his classmates.



Children with any vectors can become victims of violence. The exceptions are the olfactory, urethral and oral types. If your child has any of these vectors, you don’t need to worry about his or her social adaptation.

Children don’t usually develop socialization problems because of a bad school, teacher or class. As a rule, problems arise as a result of incorrect parental upbringing.

Every child is born with his or her own innate abilities. Proper development and realization of these abilities will provide children with good psychic health and the right place in the group. On the other hand, too much parental pressure coupled with no opportunity to develop their potential can result in a serious stressed state. It may also happen when children are placed in the wrong direction in their development. For example, when a child, with good acting abilities, is forced to attend a boxing club instead of a drama school. Such children become vulnerable and easy to subdue or control. Too much patronizing also has a negative effect on children. Parents should avoid taking too much care of their child and allow him to develop social adaptation skills on his own. Oddly enough, by protecting him from troubles, parents actually make his life more difficult in the future. Overprotecting your child can do a lot of harm, even to an extraverted child, making him unable to adapt to his social group. 


A child will face a lot of problems if his parents have unrealized and undeveloped vectors. Some examples of this are having a frustrated anal father with sadistic inclinations, a stressed and unrealized dermal mother with inadequate prohibitions and limitations, an unrealized overprotective anal mother or a mother with the underdeveloped visual vector in the state of “fear” who tends to see a maniac with an axe ready to attack her children everywhere. 



School violence is not always caused by students alone. Any small town probably has at least one story about a teacher sadist or teacher pedophile.

It is always an anal type man whose role is to gather and pass on their information and experience to teenage boys. He has a high sexual potential and undifferentiated libido, which is where his desire to teach boys originated. Initially, an anal man is attracted to teenage boys. This attraction, however, is inhibited. First of all, it is taboo in the natural world. Secondly, such relations are prohibited by human laws.

Developed and realized anal men are great teachers who are genuinely committed to students and their learning. If, however, he is undeveloped and sexually or socially frustrated, an anal man can become a serious danger to society and should never be allowed near schools or children.

Unfortunately, the problem of pedophilia is getting more and more serious. In the modern world, anal values as well as anal professionals are not as much appreciated as  they used to be in the past. Dermal values and a speedy way of life are contrary to anal men’s attitudes toward life. Healthy and developed western dermal civilization provides anal professionals with opportunities to develop and realize their vector. However, in the former Soviet countries, which were controlled by the archetypical dermal vector, anal people had far less opportunities for realization.

In conclusion, dear parents, I would like to address you! Always remember that the social well-being of your children is absolutely in your hands. Whether they will become victims of violence or have proper social development depends mainly on you. With the training given for System-Vector Psychology, you will learn how to clearly differentiate the vectors of your child and bring them up in a way that agrees with their innate tendencies. You will be able to recognize an anal man immediately, to see what condition he is in or how developed he is, and will be able to protect your child when necessary.

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Posted on: June 2, 2013
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