Hate: To dislike intensely or passionately; feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward; detest: to hate the enemy; to hate bigotry.
Most parents do not instill hatred into their child.
Most parents to not encourage hatred or bullying to their tweens or teens.
However when your child goes into cyberspace, like going into a shopping mall, you never know who or what they may bump into.
The anger, hate, disdain, outrage, hostility is boiling over online about the acquittal of Casey Anthony. It is almost impossible to ignore, especially if you are on Facebook – which many teens are.
There are over a million hits on hate and boycott Casey Anthony Facebook pages and Twitter accounts. Social media is trending high with this public outrage in all directions.
‘I Hate Casey Anthony Page‘ has over 57,000 members as nearly 75,000 people joined on ‘Casey Anthony is Guilty’ and over 750,000 on “F*** Casey Anthony” engaged on this page before it was disabled by Facebook. This negativity continues on pages such as ‘Boycott Casey Anthony Page’ which was created by a Florida father shortly after the verdict was read, is now over 18,000 members.
Thousands of others have joined pages like, Boycott Casey Anthony,– Boycott Casey Anthony and Her Legal Counsel,– Boycott All Things Casey Anthony, — Keep Casey Anthony From Profiting, — Casey Anthony is a Baby Killer, –Casey Anthony Trial — Casey Anthony Sucks and many more growing on a daily basis.
The latest event on Facebook is Boycott on NBC Today show, scheduled for Monday, August 1st, ( must watch the video on the sidebar), is drawing a lot of attention. There will be Florida residents attending in New York City for this event. It will be a peaceful event, giving a voice to Caylee Marie.
All in all, you are looking at millions of people in our country that have expressed some sort of hate on this topic.
How can we take this hate and turn it around?
Encourage your family, your teen, your children to donate a toy or stuffed animal in Caylee Marie’s name to your local children’s hospital. Broward County puts children first! Click here to see how you can help.
Justice for Caylee has grown to over 16,000 members. Plans for Caylee’s Walkway are also in the future.
The U.S Supreme Court: Try Casey Anthony in Federal Court has over 42,000 signatures already.
Caylee’s Law is being proposed.
Rascal Flatts song, “She’s Going Places,” is dedicated to and a tribute to Caylee Marie Anthony.
As a parent you can’t pick and choose what your children will face in life, and unfortunately hate is an issue we need to address and help our kids to understand. Hate is not healthy, but sometimes it is just the way some people feel. You can always take the negative and turn it into a positive.
Be an educated parent, you will have healthier children.