Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Ghoulish Game Urges Young People to Kill Themselves

Our adversary, the devil, prowls around like a hungry lion...looking for whom he may devour.

Sadly, he seems to have teenagers on his menu in a big way as of late.

Parents have become so stupid today and would rather try to be friends with their kids rather than doing the hard work of parenting.

"Mom, now that I'm 10 I want an iPhone 6 with unlimited texting, a high definition camera built in and unlimited internet access."

"No, let's wait until you are 14 and then we will talk about a phone."

"I hate you!  All my friends have one!  I'm the only 10 yr old in the whole school without a phone!" (door slams to bedroom)

"Lester, please don't hate me!  If you come out of your room and talk to me we can go to the AT&T store after dinner.  I don't want to fight!  It's been a really long day at the office already."

So now we have little kids running around holding high powered computers and porn factories in their hands and the parents have totally checked out and they rationalize their decision by saying, "It's just what kids are into these days."

Read it and weep.

The family of a Texas teen who hanged himself says their son was involved in a ghoulish online game that calls on participants to complete a series of tasks before taking their own lives, and some schools are warning parents about the so-called Blue Whale Challenge.

Jorge Gonzalez told San Antonio television station WOAI ( ) that he wanted to caution others after his son, Isaiah, was found hanging in his bedroom closet Saturday in the family's home with his cellphone propped up on a shoe to record his death.
A report on the boy's death from the San Antonio Police Department does not mention the challenge. But Gonzalez' family said in the days after the teen died, they pieced together from his social media and communication with friends that he had participated in the game.
His sister, Alexis, told the TV station that a person behind the challenge had gathered personal information from Isaiah and had threatened to harm the family.
The police department did not return a message left by The Associated Press asking whether authorities were investigating the game as a factor in the case. Many parents and other authorities are skeptical that the game actually exists, citing a lack of suicides directly attributed to it.
Agent Michelle Lee of the FBI's San Antonio office said the agency is not assisting in the investigation, but urged parents to monitor their children's online activities.
"It's a reminder of one of the many dangers and vulnerabilities that children face using various social media and apps online every day," Lee said. "Parents must remain vigilant and monitor their child's usage of the internet."


Ummmm.....that's not going to happen!

Consequently we are going to see Satan get his hooks into millions of kids who desperately need the supervision and loving discipline of their parents.....but since the family is crumbling and mom or grandma is trying to raise young men the best they can without a father...we can expect to see record porn addictions, record depression, record suicide, record drug use, record child stalkers all prowling amongst our teen population.



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