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Neighborhood Bully

Meet Casey Heynes, fellow Aussie and latest viral video star.

The same brief clip has been uploaded over and over on the Web: A scrawny bully sucker punches a larger chunkier boy multiple times, as other kids look on, some taunting. Then suddenly, with the speed and agility of an alligator, the victim responds, flipping the kid and bodyslamming him. Bully neutralized. Cue the Facebook hero worship.

The confrontation took place just Monday in a Sydney, Australia school. A report in Sydney’s Daily Telegraph identifies the victim who fought back as Casey Heynes, of Chifley College, Dunheved Campus at North St. Marys, depicted by the paper as a pretty rough school where fighting is prevalent — and kids often post clips of fights online.

Both kids were issued four-day suspensions for participating in the fight, said the Telegraph.

First reaction – well done Casey!

Second reaction – gee, it seems like a familar situation.

I think you can see where I’m going with this..

I see Casey as representing Israel, and the bully as our Arab and Muslim neighbors. Time after time, they have started wars with us. But we have fought back well, and been able to repel them.

Of course, the analogy would be better if:

  • The bully was way bigger than Casey (although the mainstream media does make Israel out to be the strong, powerful one, despite the fact we are way outnumbered and out-armed when compared to our neighbors)
  • There were many bullies attacking Casey, and not just the one
  • The bully claimed that Casey started it by stealing his lunch/house
  • The footage began only from the time Casey slammed the bully
  • Only Casey was suspended from school for using “disproportionate force,” and not the bully

7 thoughts on “Neighborhood Bully”

  1. Only Casey was suspended from school for using “disproportionate force,” and not the bully

    That usually ends up the case…

    And it seems like it was:
    "Both kids were issued four-day suspensions for participating in the fight, said the Telegraph."

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