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  1. 1

    I saw this earlier and now came back to it to see what you Perez wanted the world to see, and after watching I cried. This young man however became more and more empowered as the flash cards he made became exposed to us the watchers…hats off to him and please don't cry. It gets better. Embrace your own lifestyle:)

  2. 2

    NOT CELEBRITY NEWS…..change the name of your website if you are going to put this kind of shit up.

  3. Uruha says – reply to this


    Lol since you posted this like 200 people have suddenly commented. You have too much power Perez.

  4. 4

    If you hit comments before viewing, don't waste your time, i suffered through 15 seconds… oh so angst driven, grow the fuck up. quit whining

  5. 5

    What a brave little man! Hes my hero!

  6. 6

    Re: triple M – Wow, your a dick!

  7. 7

    Loved it, simply loved it.

  8. 8

    Re: raypearson – Shame on you.

  9. 9

    I want to hold the boy and tell him it will get better. Adolescence is just a blip in your life, an important blip, but still, just a blip. I hope he stays strong and doesn't let these assholes define who he will be for the rest of his life. I congratulate him for being brave enough to show the world how bullying victims suffer. Stay strong Jonah!

  10. 10

    That was hard to watch. That young man is helping to change the world. I hope his parents are as proud of him as I am right now.

  11. 11

    Re: be strong – bite me, thank you very much, btw i'm not ashamed at all. my life has been a LOT more fucked up than this whiney little bitch

  12. 12

    Re: raypearson – Pain isn't subjective. I'm sorry that you had a "fucked up" life, but that doesn't make being bullied any less painful for Jonah. There is always somebody who has had it worse. He is a strong kid - stronger than you - because he doesn't tear others down to make himself feel better. You could learn something from him.

  13. 13

    Re: raypearson – from the looks of your comments on your "profile" all you do is bash people .. grow the fuck up

  14. 14

    I think its great you put this up…people need to be reminded that people aren't always happy and they put on a facade. Things like these shouldn't go unnoticed.

  15. 15

    Re: sophieb813 – VERY VERY WELL SAID

  16. 16

    The USA simply needs more mental health care and programs. While bullying is the cause of the moment (and scapegoat for some), we're also just looking at a lot of mental and emotional illness in America. Mental and emotional illnesses which would exist or manifest themselves with or without bullying. Everyone seems to want to place easy explanation, if not blame, on the broad category which is "bullying" (anyone who isn't "nice" to actual calculated focused abuse). But A LOT of these people - kids included - are simply ill. The real solution is more mental health care and treatment. And removing the stigma of being mentally or emotionally ill or unhealthy rather than hiding still behind the excuse or guise that its all just bullying or stems from the actions of others.

    Bullying is bullying. But not every problem is directly or indirectly related back to the behaviors or words of someone else. And again, bullying is being wiiiiidely defined in recent years. Every comment someone might not like isn't bullying. Sometimes one's mind and emotional stability simply aren't mature or healthy enough to handle anything someone else might say or do. INTERNAL FORTITUDE and personal mental health are what need to be worked on, too.

  17. 17

    It is wonderful that you posted this link. People need to realize that bullying has been happening forever, and it is only now that kids are finding the strength to step up and admit it is happening. I would rather watch 100 of these videos of kids confronting it than see 1 kid commit suicide over it. I am just happy he is keeping strong, and I really do hope it has gotten better.

  18. 18

    Re: raypearson – read the comments of everyone else. These are compassionate, caring people. This is the proper way to respond. Social skills Ray, social skills.

  19. 19

    Parents need to step up and quit babying their kids. They hand the kids everything, and tell them the world is all sunshine and flowers…and then, when it suddenly isn't, these kids implode. Quit with the babying and teach them how to cope with life and tough situations.

  20. 20

    Bullying has taken another life. This week Marjorie Raymond from Gaspé in Québec, Canada committed suicide because she couldn't take it anymore. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

  21. 21

    Re: arianeovoxo – thank you very much for your "insite" oh, you can bite me as well

  22. 22

    Re: be strong – read the comments of everyone else. " so your saying that I should just follow the masses and NOT think for myself?? I have learned over my 60+ years that anytime I hear that "everyone knows/agrees/believes something" that "everyone" is wrong. I use my brain to think, not be a lemming. You of course do not have to agree. As voltaire said (and I paraphrasing a little) I may dis-agree with what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it.

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    Re: arianeovoxo – It's how I get my chuckles, you have a problem with it, then don't bother to read mine. But then again you're the one who WASTED your time to research me.

  24. 24

    Re: Adorable Kevy – "INTERNAL FORTITUDE " this is the only part of your discourse that made ANY sense

  25. 25

    Re: raypearson – Ray, is that a photo of yourself because if it is, you look like a middle-aged man and if that is the case, you really should know better.

  26. bbcb says – reply to this


    Re: raypearson – You know what Ray? It must be awful to be you. I have just about as much sympathy for you as i do for that precious beautiful boy.What the FUCK is wrong with you man? You say that you are 60, Grow the FUCK up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  27. 27

    I feel so bad for him. It's ironic that people are putting hate comments up over this video except this video is supposed to show what happens when people hate. I would think you would want to stop this…..

  28. 28

    Poor kid!!! Bullying sucks regardless of race, color, creed or sexual orientation. Everyone from celebrities to just regular folk keep saying "it gets better", but the sad reality is that It doesn't get better. As bad as it is, bullying will not stop! It is our nature as human being to destroy each other. Educators, politicians and many parents turn a blind eye to it. Even if it becomes a punishable crime to bully, the scumbag lawyers will find a way to get them off with a slap on the wrist! Be strong kid, only you have control over your destiny!

  29. 29

    Evolution. Survival of the fittest. Be strong or so long.

  30. 30

    very proud of you for uploading this. think of the change you've made in this kids life. there are so many people jumping to comment on his video to show him love and support. its truly amazing, there ARE still compassionate people out there, and i'm proud of everyone who's commented on his video.

  31. 31

    Finally some link worth clicking for!

  32. 32

    Re: raypearson – I guess you'll have to brush up on your reading comprehension skills so you can grasp the rest of what was written, too. But I'm proud of you for reading the words in bold text. :o D

  33. 33

    Aww…made me cry. Are parents not teaching their children compassion towards others these days?! Thank you for sharing this.

  34. 34

    Re: sophieb813 – FANTASTICALLY said ma'm. I couldn't have said it better.

  35. 35

    Manipulative crud, filmed and posted online to attract maximum attention and sympathy. Josh Im on to you! A very claculating little clip. Hardly a victim. His little hands working diligently to write on 300 cards, of poignant messages all innocently tugging away at heart strings, all backed up by wah wah music. Get a grip son. nah, just another "victim" born this way blah blah blah

  36. Uruha says – reply to this


  37. 37

    Re: Adorable Kevy

    I agree that we need more mental health programs and awareness, however I disagree with your assessment of the situation as a whole. This child has been bullied since the first grade. The bullying is what caused the destructive behaviors; they are manifest as a result of mistreatment, not because of underlying proclivity towards mental illness. No human being has the coping mechanisms one would need to get through this without acquiring mental health issues in the process. What we say, how we treat people, good, bad, or ugly, has the power to change a person irrevocably. It takes but only one moment, one action, one look, or one word to tear a person apart. For you to categorize bullying into severity and levels of abuse is naive and misguided.

  38. 38

    Re: raypearson
    just because you have a difficult life doesnt mean that other people has to be miserable, can you show some sympathy?

  39. 39

    i'm stymied by the majority of the responses. this child is clearly crying out for help and more than likely suicidal. perez, if you choose to ignore his pleas for help then you are just as bad as the bullies. you have subjected him to more ridicule by choosing to show his video and you need to intervene. use your "status" for good and actually be genuine about it.

  40. 40

    Re: No Patience – I don't agree. If someone is bullied since the first grade but never figures a path through it to survival, there is a problem. A problem with that person's coping mechanisms and support systems beyond the bullies and bullying. Rather than tell the world through 100 flashcards and video, where are this kid's parents or guardians in his life? While he may not be able to talk to the bullies, where is his support system at home or anywhere else in his life? Why hasn't he been able to figure out a way to cope? Human beings are very adaptable and can learn to cope and survive in extreme circumstances. But one must either have that within or be taught some skills in coping and survival….

  41. 41

    Re: No Patience – (cont'd) …To simply say that someone is bullied - even for years - is a fate which will send them to suicide is a naive, passive and loser mentality. While some would tear at a person's self-esteem, other can assist building it. One can build one's own self-esteem (after all, it is self-esteem in the end, you know). So something is MISSING in the lives of these people. Or there is mental illness which prevents them from seeing hope or a way out. That could be Depression or something worse at work in their chemistries. Or they have been conditioned to be victims. And as such, they choose to become victims. It becomes comfortable and self-fulfilling prophecy. In any event, why isn't this kid and so many like him able to turn to siblings, parents, a grandparent, a neighbor - ANYONE in their real life. They whole entire world isn't the bully or the bullying. And to think it is or to come to believe it is is one sure sign of a mental and/or emotional illness. So I stand by my assessment of things. :o )

  42. 42

    That is simply amazing that a kid is admitting all of these things to the world. This actually shows what goes on in our world. This kid is so brave to admit that he was bullied and has cut, but he is braver to choose life over death.
    To all the people who choose to think this is BS, imagine if that kid was you. Would you like to be bullied so much that it made you feel like crap? So much it would make you want to kill yourself? You are the bullies that drive people like this kid to suicide.

  43. 43

    my friend's aunt made $243746 so far just working on the computer for a few hours. Here's the site to read more…pygmyurl.com/aR9

  44. 44

    Great kid, great video.

  45. 45

    Re: raypearson – Quit whining!

  46. 46

    This kid is going to turn into the next Perez Hilton, posting videos of himself crying, saying he's been the victim of bullying but then being a bully himself. Open his Y.o.u.Tu.be page and click his top favorited video. He's calling someone fat, etc. (even though fictitious), and acting the bully, There's 2 sides to every story, the kid has played the sympathy card to get attention. And the sheep have fallen for it. He's the mini Hilton, an overly-dramatic gay who never saw himself as a bully, he will justify it by saying it's his online character, not the real person. Hilton sees himself in this kid, and that's why he posted it.

  47. 47

    Manipulative crud, filmed and posted online to attract maximum attention and sympathy. Josh Im on to you! A very claculating little clip. Hardly a victim. His little hands working diligently to write on 300 cards, of poignant messages all innocently tugging away at heart strings, all backed up by wah wah music. Get a grip son. nah, just another "victim" born this way blah blah blah

    Qoate ^^
    This crossed my mind too, i hate to say it..but i really hope it's not an act it's hard to say on You tube these days…… Even his after vid about 3months earlier wasn't so convincing THe Jury is still out i think……. I hope not a wanna be celeb?….Hope i am wrong too.

  48. 48

    Re: triple M – there are hundreds of celebrity news websites out there. clearly perez cares about things like gay rights and putting a stop to bullying which is definitely part of why I read his site. If you think this is shit, go read something else.

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    Re: raypearson – seems to me like these idiots are bullying you. OH THE IRONY.

  51. 51

    Re: raypearson – So, because you don't follow the same 'ideas' as these other people, you are called WRONG, RUDE, and UNINTELLIGENT. Seems to be like these people need to quit bullying other people with their brainwashed diction.

  52. 52

    He's most likely borderline, so he needs to be in therapy. It's only amplifying his issues with the bullying.

  53. 53

    Re: be strong – it is me, and i'm much older than "middle age"

  54. 54

    Re: bbcb – gee thanks for your judgement

  55. 55

    Re: kristianVal – sympathy, a word in the dictionary between SHIT and SYPHILIS

  56. 56

    Re: MooMooMario – YEAH, I'M cut to the quick. being bullied is based on your state of mind

  57. 57

    Re: raypearson – judging by your comment, i assume when on the subject bullying, you were on the other side; the bully. i can see where Jonah is coming from. i too was bullied, in the 4th grade. NO ONE deserves to be treated like that. stay strong Jonah, you're in my heart and in my prayers :)

  58. 58

    Re: raypearson – I don't think anyone is trying to bully you like Moo MOOmario suggests, at least that was not my intention. I think people were taken by surprrise at your bitterness, that's all. It seems you have had a life-time of disappointments and whether you want it or not, I do feel sad for you. I wonder, though, why you can't relate to the boy. One would think you would be sympathetic and understanding to his cause, seeing how you have similarities, somewhat. If that was your grand-son you found on-line crying his heart out, would you feel differently then? Just a thought.

  59. 59

    Re: dogs24 – see there you go WRONG AGAIN. people tried to bully me, in fact beat me, but i refused to be bothered by it. You are bullied IF YOU ACCEPT IT. I didn't accept it. MAN the fuck up and quit whining

  60. 60

    Re: be strong – no, MY GRand sons will not be posting whiney crybaby bullshit on the internet. They think more highly of themselves than to let some assholes bother then. My children and grandchildren ARE NOT PROFESSIONAL VICTIMS

  61. 61

    Re: raypearson – Don't forget though, that he has been bullied since the first grade, seven years. That's got to be pretty tough, don't you think? I don't know Ray, he looked like he was legitimately crying to me.

  62. 62

    Re: raypearson – You are very fortunate that your grand-sons are resilient and have strong characters. Not everyone has the same make-up, though. In my line of work, some kids who have the most troubled parents do great, and some with great parents still fall apart. Sometimes, I think we are more lucky than anything else.

  63. bbcb says – reply to this


    Re: raypearson – You are more than welcome man. Thanks for your (Judgement of other people too).