Different parents have different methods of dealing with incidents between children that become physical, most don't apply the same technique of 'parenting' as this man.
A video has hit the net showing a fight between a 7 year old boy and a girl who is slightly older. The fight seems harmless at first, a typical disagreement involving youngsters with some pushing,pulling and scratching, but quickly escalates beyond that thanks to the encouragement of their guardian.
The man, father of the girl and uncle of the boy, begins screaming “You'll fail until you learn/wise up, get up, hit her, attack, attack!”at the boy as he appears to have given and attempts to flee. The boy then gets onto the ground as if admitting his defeat in hopes the fight will be over but the girl has none of that as she begins kicking and stomping on him.
The boy alternated between crying and coughing. During this time, the man praised the girl for being “so strong”, while hollering at the boy: “Hit her! Hit your older cousin! Didn’t you say you were very strong, how can you let her hit you? Attack! Attack!”
Several seconds later, encouraged by the man, the two children again began fighting again, the girl getting more and more vicious, the boy completely no match for her, crying and screaming “Mommy!”, with what appears to be some blood on his mouth.
At this time, someone walked by to intervene, and the man said he was the girl’s father, the boy’s uncle, and laughing said: “Both are hurt, it’s okay, this is exactly how Daddy was trained when he was small… not fighting is not an option, must fight every time, one must be made honest through fighting.” At the very end of the video, the man orders the two children home, even saying: “We’ll fight again,continue next time.”Check out the video below!!
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