Letter to My Bullies- Your Anger and Personal Attacks Only Expose Your Guilt

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Continued from Part 3…

And now, thanks to “From Victim to Victor (A Survivor’sTrue Story of Her Experiences with School Bullying,” more and more people know the truth. They know what really happened- more people than you ever thought would find out back when we were in school.

Even though I wasn’t out for revenge when I wrote the book, and therefore, had the common decency to conceal your real names and omit certain events that would’ve called you out for the devils you are, I consciously chose not to identify your sorry butts. So, go ahead, show some chutzpah. Get offended, get angry, talk smack, I don’t care.

‘You see? The thing you don’t realize is that by getting your noses out of joint, you unwittingly called yourselves out! By opening your mouths, you exposed yourselves, and as I already knew you would! So, who’s the “retard” now?

I concealed your real names, which is more than what you deserved, yet you get your emotions so stirred up you end up telling off on yourselves! So, who are the stupid ones?

Here’s the thing. If someone had written a book about me and exposed me and all my dirt, but changed the name? I would’ve been smart enough to zip my lips and not to let on that the book was about me!

I would’ve put on a poker face because I wouldn’t want anyone to know that I was one of the idiots who acted so immature back in the day- that I was one of the brutes that mistreated so horribly a person, who back then, was powerless to defend herself! And here another newsflash. Today, bullies don’t get the glory they got back in the ‘1980s.

People look down on bullies nowadays!

And let me address the psychopaths who’ve sent me threatening and nasty messages off and on for the last three years. Heads up: I’ve both screenshotted and saved them all “just in case.” And I’ve already exposed one woman. Don’t be the next person I plaster all over the internet. Because I will, in essence, parade you naked before the eyes of the entire world.

And if anything does happen to me, anything at all, that book will be seen as a possible motive. Many, many people will come around, asking questions. And who do you think they’ll come to? Who do you think those people will want answers from? Are you willing to take that risk?

The entire class will be under a microscope, and everyone will know what the possibilities are. But that’s all it takes. Isn’t it?

One accusation. One offhand comment. One motive. The slightest suspicion. That’s it.

So, if you see me out anywhere, your best bet is to keep on walking. You stay away from me, I’ll stay away from you, and everybody’s happy.

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    • cheriewhite says:

      I understand, sweetie. It’s easy to struggle with those things when you’ve been severely bullied and when bullies can be so intimidating. I won’t kid, you. It takes a lot of inner work and years of practice before you can stand up for yourself confidently against such evil people. That’s what it took for me. However, it can be done because I’m living proof. Just don’t rush the process.

      Know that you’ve got this and I believe in you! <3

  1. Pajama Party 39 says:

    Here’s the thing with that. If you used fake names etc and yet these people still contacted you and threatened you! They 100 percent proved that what you wrote is TRUE. Why would anyone be bothered by your book if they didn’t bully you? Those that are truly innocent would know it wasn’t about them.

  2. foguth says:

    LOL. Cherie, I think your title could be used by President Trump, too! Think about it, they started to bully him when he won, and have been accusing him of their own mis-deeds for years.

    • cheriewhite says:

      Thank you, Jeanne! You hit the nail of the head with that. In fact, my husband and I have discussed that very thing many times! And because I’ve already been through the same thing, I see through all the BS the MSM and so many other entities put out.

      • foguth says:

        I’m sorry to hear you’ve had those experiences. I see the pattern because, as an author, my main way for the villain to be revealed was for the words not to match the actions…. Having studied that, many people with ‘familiar names’ were red-flagged…. Worse, many of those red flags are proving to be effective forewarnings. Hillary, Joe, Barack – all said things that SOUNDED great, BUT the end result was consistently bad for us citizens and/or our country.

        • cheriewhite says:

          True. I don’t claim either party, I consider myself an independent voter- which means I don’t vote party, I vote the person. What attracted me to Trump was that he wasn’t a politician and he wasn’t a part of the political establishment in D.C. He was an outsider. Outsiders and underdogs have always have my support because they are the ones who get bullied because they don’t fit in. And bullies are notorious for projecting, accusing the target of being the bully.

          Although I try not to get too political on here, people need to realize that bullying and politics do go hand in hand.

          There’s school politics, Office politics, Local politics and on up. You have good old boy cliques in every sector of society, whether it’s kids in school, employees in the workplace, neighbors in the neighborhood, Local townies and cronies, and up.

          Honestly, I hate politics, to be honest. Politics totally sucks! However, it’s everywhere and we can’t afford to keep denying that.

          • Pajama Party 39 says:

            I completely understand that. I am attracted to outsiders as well. I just think in that case he was as much of a bully if not worse than the establishment and when you are the leader of the free world, you are supposed to be a calming influence not a bully in chief as well. Put it this way. When he was banned permanently on Twitter and for 2 years on Facebook it was deserved and a long time coming and then him and his followers got their panties in a wad when he got called out on it. There are plenty of others just as guilty on both sides but let’s not pretend he isas pure as the driven snow because he is not. I would love for a Washington outsider to run again but one with a better temperament and empathy and compassion for others, not there to feed their own ego.

          • cheriewhite says:

            He’s not pure as the driven snow, I know. None of us are. But if I had lies and insults thrown in my direction from everywhere like he has, I’m not sure how I’d handle it. However, he’s the lesser of two evils in my opinion and you know exactly where he stands. The other politicians, you never know where they stand because they hide their evil behind a facade of calmness. In my opinion, it’s the sneaky ones that put on a front who are far more dangerous.

          • foguth says:

            Cherie, you and I have the same attitude toward politics (a.k.a. polly ticks) and Trump.
            Barack et cronies all SOUNDED great, calm, soothing, etc., BUT their actions were bad for our country and citizens. In contrast, Trump is a bit abrasive, but he does what he says, and even seems to do extra things, all of which are good for our country…. I’ll gladly take brash and honest over smooth lies, any day!

          • Pajama Party 39 says:

            You too! I love good compelling conversation and when people can bring in different perspectives that give you something to think about. I love coming on here or Social Media and thinking to myself while I don’t completely see it that way, that is a really good point.

            As far as the lesser of two evils. See, for me, and I hear that a lot but I find it problematic. No one is perfect but isn’t evil, still evil? It is sort of like saying yes I am a bully but I don’t bully as much as him or as much as her, so I am a better person and you should go after them instead of me. Instead of the lesser of two evils, shouldn’t we try to find people to vote for that are the greater of two goods? I think when we settle, defend and vote for the lesser of two evils we are saying we are settling for mediocrity at best and a society will never progress or change when mediocrity is what we settle for.

          • cheriewhite says:

            I see your point. But again, nobody is perfect. And if you have a choice between two less-than-perfect individuals, you’re going to vote for the lesser of two evils. And I believe Trump loves this country and he’s exposed a lot of bad people who want to destroy this country and bring in Socialism. And trust me, you don’t want to live under Socialism. I knew a girl from the Soviet Union in college and she told some horrific stories. I remember the Cold War well because I was a teenager and young adult during the latter part of that period. And I remember seeing a speech of Khrushchev threatening that Socialism (which is really a transition into Communism), would invade us from within, without firing a single shot. And that’s what’s happening now, only it’s China and the CCP trying to take over and not the Russians. Communism in Russia fell back in 1991.

          • cheriewhite says:

            Also, I meant to add that many politicians on the Left have been compromised by the CCP. And the people on the Left that are moderates and not Progressives are being persecuted and thrown out of the party. Only the news won’t report that.

          • cheriewhite says:

            Something else I want to point out. I admire you that we can agree to disagree- that we can have a healthy debate. Do you know how rare that is today? I commend you that you haven’t attacked me like so many others would have. And for that, you have my utmost respect. I just wanted to let you know that and give you recognition for it. God bless you. ❤❤❤

        • cheriewhite says:

          One thing I meant to add, Jeanne. Do you remember when Malcolm X was alive. He made a speech and in it said that the news media had enormous power. He said that they had the power to resurrect or destroy a person and they had the power to get the masses to hate the innocent and love criminals. So, there’s the imbalance of power. And bullying comes from an imbalance of power. So, it’s safe to say that the news media have been bullies for years. Just look what they did to Richard Jewell after the fiasco at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta years ago.

          • foguth says:

            I don’t recall Malcolm X, but my research indicates that the media misinformation was going on back in WWI … possibly prior to that.
            I’m fairly sure there is also an information gathering aspect of this and it looks like that currently could be fakebook, which seems to be some sort of a CIA operation, as were Operations Mockingbird and Paperclip.

          • foguth says:

            They also seem to have control (not sure how much) over Google, Youtube and twitter, not to mention the fact that there are +/- 1,500 newspapers, 1,100 magazines, 9,000 radio stations, 1,500 TV stations and 2,400 publishers in our country, about 90% are controlled by 6 corporations, which is another way they control what we Americans see, hear and read!

          • cheriewhite says:

            Absolutely, Jeanne! And when they own most of the media, newscasters either relay the lies they tell them to or they lose their jobs- or worse, get cancel cultured.

    • Pajama Party 39 says:

      Wait a second. I can’t let this pass and I am not trying to be disrespectful but two wrongs don’t make a right. Let’s not turn the serious issue of bullying into politics. I am not a fan of either political party but Trump was a major bully. He had a history of belittling women and minorities well before he was President. He is a Narcissist. Was he bullied in the White House? Yes but he was doing plenty of it too. No one was innocent in that.

      • foguth says:

        I take it that you believe all the fake and twisted news. Perhaps one day you’ll realize how upside-down those lies were.
        He never had any history of racism – until he ran against Hillary. Prior to that, he had a history of trying to make everyone equal – not popular with the establishment. Are you aware that Donald Trump sued the City of Palm Beach when he bought Mar A Lago, a segregated club, then opened it to Jews & Blacks? Some claim it was simply business, but he did many other things that showed that non-biased pattern, too.

  3. 80smetalman says:

    Well done to you Cherie! You were able to out your bullies without actually name them. The fact that they deduced it was them you were talking about only shows how sad they are.

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