In the short video clip to the left, we see a teenage girl walking through a veritable minefield, seemingly unaware of her predicament. Instead of moving away from the blow, she actually walks right into it! Then she proceeds to turn an oblivious back to further attacks! Whatever are they teaching children in schools these days? Very little that they need to know, apparently.
Dangerous Children learn to be “attack-proof.” Attack-proofing is a method of combined situational awareness and self-preservation. Here is a YouTube clip providing a few examples:
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Attack-proofing school provides a full range of skills, including how to avoid the attack in the first place through awareness and maintaining a safe distance from attackers.
The “American Combato” system is another good system for Dangerous Children.
Krav Maga is another self defence method with practical applications for women:
The main idea is to avoid and escape potential attacks. But if a Dangerous Child is caught in the middle of an attack that she cannot quickly escape, she should know how to control the situation as best she can, until an opening for escape reveals itself.
Too many modern children are like the girl in the top video clip: at the mercy of any predator who comes along.
Who is to blame? Obviously our entire politically correct culture is to blame, which makes kids helpless by excessive sheltering — then covering up the very real threats that are faced by young and old alike. Mainstream media, academia, governments at all levels, and popular culture are all oriented toward denying the threats which anyone with eyes can see.
Dangerous Children are the mildest of the mild as long as allowed to go their own way. Otherwise, would-be bullies, rapists, and “knock-out artists” will receive an unexpected surprise: Dangerous Children start out dangerous, and become more so the longer they live.
If you value political correctness more than your own lives and the lives of your loved ones, simply accept things as they are. Otherwise, consider going Dangerous.
It is never too late to have a Dangerous Childhood. But the sooner you begin, the better for everyone.
The above article is adapted from an original article on The Dangerous Child blog.