Chinese net addict murders mother
Refused cash for cybercafe
A southern Chinese teenager killed his mother with a kitchen knife after being refused cash to go to a net cafe, Reuters reports.
The youth, named only as Wang and described as "heavily addicted" to the internet, stabbed his mother during "a heated argument" in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, according to the Beijing Youth Daily.
When his father came home, Wang also attacked him. The paper explains: "After his father got home, Wang hacked at him causing serious injury. Seeing what he had done, Wang went to his room and sat on his bed."
Wang's father escaped bleeding to his brother's house, who alerted the police.
The Beijing Youth Daily describes Wang as "less than 16" and a school drop-out who spent his time in cybercafes when not working with his father "who made a living selling barbecue food in their neighbourhood". He apparently "dreamed of being an outstanding politician or economist and believed his parents were stifling his development".
Accordingly, Wang had already planned to kill them a month prior to the incident, having "once prepared to kill his father with an iron bar" and recently bought sleeping tablets. ®
The net is evil.....
If his mother had given him a good clip round the ear the first day he did not go to school and told him it will get harder everyday, he may well have stayed in school and learned something, and maybe even been able to get free net in the school.......
Behavior like this has nothing to do with rock music, video nasties or any of the crap blamed for it, too soft parenting is the curse of modern 'civilised' society.
Children dont need to be beaten but they do need a smack, watch _any_ animal family, lions, monkeys, elephants, the offspring get a nip,smack or trunk whipping if they stray out of line, its nature, to not do it is against nature.
If you're going to report Chinese propaganda, could you at least have the decency to not report it as if it's true?
How come we see so many stories of chinese people dying in, near or because of cyber cafe's? is it a new way by the govt to keep numbers down?