The horrific incident of 11-year-old mixed race kid beaten by racist kids as young as five!

Posted by Ria, 26 Jul

They say kids aren't born racist. So why would a five-year-old child beat and bully an eleven-year-old just because he is mixed?

Tiliai is the poor boy who has endured the wrath of racist bullies in school. According to his mother, Kirsteen Nakau, Talai has been forced to change schools because of how the racial slurs he has endured his whole childhood got out of hand. This has been happening since he was 3. Taliai's mum is Scottish and the dad Fijian.

When he was 8, some kids lured him out of their house and beat him up with sticks. And the worst part is that the youngest child gorging him with sticks was only 5. Another incident was racist slurs including the "N" word that they scrawled. Well, Kirsteen believes its probably something they pick up from their parents.

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Echoing her sentiments on this, Kirsteen said:

"More needs to be done in schools to celebrate our diversity. It was terrible. My lovely brown-eyed, brown-skinned child was being subjected to the worst kind of abuse.

"It was a real shock. I thought the N-word had almost been eradicated and was something you didn't hear unless it was from American rappers as a slang word.

"But the N-word isn’t something that just comes out of kids mouths – they get that from their parents.”

HAving gotten tired of getting into fights in school, the poor boy asked his mum to enroll him in a millitary boarding school. Luckily he is settlign in well there.

More needs to be done to curb racism in schools. And parent's shouldn't make excuses for their children's racist behaviors. It needs to be nipped in the bud ASAP. Otherwise, we will just be bringing up thugs in our diverse society.

8 responses to "The horrific incident of 11-year-old mixed race kid beaten by racist kids as young as five!"

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  1.   Wildstar20 says:
    Posted: 27 Jul

    What is wrong with people? We are in the 21st century for crying out loud, this kind of stupidity, ignorance, and hatred should have been long dead with the dinosaurs! But you have to agree ever since #45 took office, things have gotten progressively worse and has set this country back nearly 70 years! You would think now with our country and planet capable of being wiped out by any nuclear threat, we should be getting closer and more caring to each other instead of killing, beating, and hurting one another! We need to take a LONG, HARD look at ourselves and say is this the legacy we what to leave our potential grandchildren? Because if we don’t stop this hatred, we ourselves may find ourselves on the extinct list! Time to truly put an end to this, we weren’t created for this and I am sure God himself shakes His head in disbelief of how stupid we are as humans and still want to hurt and kill one another instead of living in peace and love of one another!

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    • Paganinifan says:
      Posted: 29 Jul

      You’re right. Since the 45th President has been in office, the LIBERAL LEFT have gone berserk. Protesting, yelling and screaming at random people as well as Trump supporters (who were NOT doing the same, mind you), and even bullying and displaying the very hatred that they claim to condemn. You’re so right about that.

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  2.   Gundo says:
    Posted: 27 Jul

    This story has raised questions for me aswell. Allthough a 5-year old might well attack an 11-year old if backed by others of higher age, I also wonder what else could have made the 11 year ol boy a victim. In some environments, there can be a sizable percentage of school children with unbalanced self-esteem, underdeveloped empathy combined with physical strength, who will look out for suitable victims to provide themselves with experiences of power and superiority, in using the means at their diposal - violence combined with derotgative language. The point is: Should this be the background here, it's very well possible that the 11-year old boy was bullied primarily because he appeared week enough to be targeted - and then he wouldn't have fared any better if of the same race as the aggressing children, just the contents of the derogative language would have focussed on other characteristics of the victim than racial ones. So, I think it is important to have a closer look at the circumstances, in order to draw the right conclusions. Now, whether racial hatred or something like I pointed out was the actual basic motivation behind the incident, I see two lines of desirable action, one focussing on the system, and one focussing on the child concerned: The first would mean to look at the school (eg what can be done to better prevent bullying) and the society (locally and at large - eg cultural influences); the second would mean - here I absolutely agree with Paganinifan - to get the 11-year old child out of the victim role, to help him to build up effective defences. Support for the child should focus on that indeed, independently of a school change providing a more benevolent environment - the challenges may always come back at a later stage in life.

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  3.   Paganinifan says:
    Posted: 26 Jul

    "But the N-word isn’t something that just comes out of kids mouths – they get that from their parents.” And from the ever so popular rap music that ALL races are embracing these days. I’m not going to pander to the liberals on this topic although I do feel sorry for this child being bullied. If this were a mixed race GIRL she’d be the most popular girl in the school with boys of all races wanting to date her. However, it’s an 11 yr old BOY allowing a 5 yr old to “bully” him?! Are you serious?! At 11 yrs old, I would have kicked that 5 yr old so hard, he’d have flown into next year. Since when is a 5 yr old not intimidated by an older and taller kid? The liberals want to coddle this 11 yr old and keep him in the victim mentality for the rest of his life. If I were his father, I’d make him stand up for himself, learn a martial art and be a VICTOR, not a VICTIM. But the left needs victims in order to keep their narrative and ideology ongoing.

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    • EbonyLady69 says:
      Posted: 27 Jul

      I agree with you 100%. We're living in the 21st century and you would have thought things would be changing. Not much of a change. This country and its people are going backwards. I'm an English black woman and biracial kids are no big deal in England same thing with interracial relationships and marriages. Such a shame and disgusting.

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      • augustabj says:
        Posted: 30 Jul

        Yes we are living in the 21st century, but there are some people in this country still living the Jim Crow days. Recent incidents has reflect that. Kids are not born with hate, they learn it from the parents. I remember watching a television program about a woman who is a member of the Klan. She had her two year old daughter dressed in a Klan outfit. What a shame before the eyes of god. Sorry to say but bigotry and hate has become a legacy in this country. We all are children of god and we need to love all our brothers and sisters like god loves us.

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        • Smilewitme says:
          Posted: 01 Aug

          Hello augustabj how are you? I just wanted to expound in something you said in your comment. Although we are all God’s creation, unfortunately we’re NOT all his children.

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          • augustabj says:
            Posted: 03 Aug

            Yes Smilewitme, that is unfortunately for some. So in Christ Jesus we are all children of god through faith and to all that receive Jesus is a child of god. If a person sin against one of these then you have sin against god. If a person sin against another, then they have sinned against one of god's creation. We all are brothers and sisters no matter what.

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