A 12-year-old girl by the name of Katelyn Nicole Davis recently committed suicide LIVE on Facebook. She claimed to have been suffering from depression and was, allegedly, sexually abused by a family member (her step-dad). In her own words, “no one fucking wants me and I don’t blame them. Who the hell would want an emo girl?” Yes, that’s a good question, who would?
Everything about Katelyn tells me she’s a self-absorbed twit whose identity was grounded in her Facebook account and the narcissistic videos she produced. I get the strong impression that this privileged girl’s problems were self-imposed, the creation of her own vacuous mind. The school she attended didn’t even know there was a problem and, as of yet, no one has been arrested in connection with her allegations of sexual abuse.
In another video, she claimed she was “raped” by her step-dad, but then later changed it to “he tried to rape me.” She toned the allegations even more by claiming that he just wanted to have sex with her, even though he hates her (her words). I’m not saying it didn’t happen, but I have serious reservations about believing anything she said at this point.
It’s amazing at how many people are already 100% convinced that she was molested, even though investigators have not yet secured a search warrant for her cellphone records nor interviewed all the involved parties. Nothing at this point has been proven.
I hate to point out the obvious, but do you realize how many young girls claim to have been sexually abused or raped these days? In the majority of cases by far, they are proven to be false, the mere fantasies of empty-headed girls with too much time on their hands. We should have a wait-and-see attitude, especially when so many of these claims prove baseless.
She also claimed in one of her videos that her step-dad encouraged her to kill herself. I don’t know if this is true either, but I can imagine how frustrated he might have been having to deal with this disturbed girl and her drama each and every day. She probably talked a lot about how she was going to kill herself, and he may have just told her to go out and do it. I’m not saying that we should encourage suicidal threats, but each of us has a breaking point.
In this same video, she talked about how her biological father didn’t show up at the hospital when she overdosed, even though he only lived a few miles away from her. She also showed the cutting scars on her wrists to her viewers, which are barely visible. Many of her videos show her wearing heavy makeup and sighing, talking about how “nobody cares,” and batting her eyes at the camera with different facial poses and angles. All of this tells me she’s an attention-seeking whack job just as I had suspected.
What I’m seeing in Katelyn is a self-described “emo girl,” a self-obssessed and ‘addicted-to-the-drama’ preteen. Our country is filled with young girls just like her. She feeds on this stuff, and she gets a certain thrill and purpose in life in portraying herself as ‘oppressed’ and ‘misunderstood.’ She wants everyone to know how much she’s ‘suffering inside,’ and a total ‘woe-is-me’ mentality permeates her entire existence.
Katelyn’s recording of her own suicide LIVE on Facebook in which she hung herself from a tree was yet another occasion of ‘Look at me, everyone!’ This was just more of the same drama-inspired “emo” nonsense that she fed to her gullible viewers. I’m sure she was gleefully counting the many ‘likes’ her Youtube page would get after her suicide. You might think I’m ‘insensitive’ to point this out, but that’s how these self-obsessed types think. It’s how they view the world in light of their social-media addiction.
I don’t know where mom or dad are in any of this, but it seems to me like the parents have allowed this girl to have a Facebook page which she could never emotionally handle. Even those parents who claim to ‘monitor’ their children’s Facebook pages, usually do a piss-poor job of it.
Here’s a word to any parents who might be reading my post: Facebook is evil and, for the most part, all it does it turn people into rabid narcissists. Responsible parents don’t allow their teens to have Facebook accounts, and they warn their children of its dangers. So, if you want your precious little skull of mush to become a gossipy, self-preoccupied, attention-seeking, and babbling twit, then by all means allow her to upload her own Facebook page. Then stand back and watch the social-media monster you’ve created!
Finally, I don’t believe this foolish girl was ‘suffering,’ at least not to the point that she couldn’t get help for her problems. Sorry to tell you folks, but if you want to witness real suffering, visit some of the third-world hell-holes outside of the U.S. This little girl had it too good. She was just a product of the narcissistic age in which we live. Everything around Katelyn, including her family, school and most of society enabled her life of ‘drama,’ her self-inflicted “emo” existence. She didn’t have a hard life, she had an easy one. Like almost all young White girls in the U.S., they’ve got it good. Full bellies, a nice house or apartment, plenty of clothes, lots of electronic devices, unimaginable comforts, and surrounded by just enough materialism to turn them into self-absorbed, hedonistic tramps.
Though Katelyn lived in a land of prosperity, she convinced herself that she was ‘suffering.’ The only thing she was suffering from was her own stupidity, and her attention-seeking obsession. Even though Katelyn had every reason to be optimistic and hopeful in a land of plenty, she voluntarily chose to live in a dark and depressed world. Her sorrows, in my opinion, were self-inflicted. Her mother and step-dad aren’t perfect, but then again neither was Katelyn nor you and I.
Honestly, if you’re so stupid so as to kill yourself when you have everything to live for and at such a young age, then don’t expect me to feel sorrow for you. I will shed no tears or grief for you. If anything, it’s a form of culling the herd of idiots that our once great nation has been flooded with.
Some readers may get angered that I dared to ‘judge’ Katelyn. They’d prefer that I shed crocodile tears, and demand that her step-dad be hung by his balls from the very tree that Katelyn hung herself, even though no crime has been proven at this point. But I won’t do that. I’ll say what I want about this foolish little girl. Unfortunately, our nation is filled with ditzy and attention-seeking girls just like Katelyn. Expect more of the same in the coming months and years as our nation sinks even deeper into the abyss.
Addendum: Some of you think I’ve been unduly harsh on this girl. After all, it’s been argued, her brain wan’t fully developed and she didn’t really know what she was doing.
I understand this line of reasoning and, on the surface, it makes sense. Still, I’d like to respond to these kinds of arguments and explain to my readers why I don’t accept them, at least not in the case of Katelyn Nicole Davis.
I’m quite aware that Katelyn’s brain wasn’t fully developed. The brain, if I’m correct, doesn’t fully develop until around 20 years of age. But that doesn’t make a young person like Katelyn any less responsible for her actions. It was her choice. It was volitional. Nobody forced her to hang herself. Nobody forced her to be an attention-seeker, and to waste her life in such a dramatic fashion. She knew what she was doing, and she wanted to emotionally manipulate any and all who watched her last moments. This is what she was about, and almost everyone fell for it. She wanted pity, attention, and everyone to talk about her, and she got it.
Again, while I concede that the human brain is not fully developed until years later, does that mean parents or society should not hold 12-year-olds responsible for their actions? Why even mandate ethical standards for preteens and demand that they abide by them if they are not responsible for at least some parts of their lives? The development of a young person’s brain does not remove them from being accountable for their actions. Although criminal charges will not be filed in most states against a 12-year-old, they could still get penalized or held accountable in other ways. And why is that? It’s because at even 12 years of age, kids are fully conscious of what they are doing even if they do not fully understand all the ramifications. All of us, to some degree, recognize this.
How about those 12 and 14-year-old Dindus who gun each other down like there’s no tomorrow? Should we dismiss their actions because their brains haven’t completely developed yet? How far are we as a society going to take such logic?
But didn’t this girl have a screwed-up home life? Wasn’t she an emotional wreck because of abusive parents? We don’t really know that with any certainty, do we? Has that been proven? What Katelyn thought was an abusive and poor home life may not have been the reality. This girl seemed to have a habit of inflating her problems and circumstances because she was addicted to the drama, but that doesn’t mean it was reality.
Like most 12-year-olds, Katelyn wasn’t happy with her parents or home life. She thrived on rebellion and conflict as many young boys and girls do. The problem with Katelyn is that she used the forum of Facebook to whine about how “no one cares.” It was just an outlet to express her narcissism. These are the kinds of kids we are producing today. I’m simply calling Katelyn for what she is – a self-obssessed attention-seeker who made out her problems at home to be worse than they really were.
I’ll tell you this: There are millions of kids in third-world countries who would gladly exchange their existence for Katelyn’s existence any day! They’d laugh to themselves over what she considered a horrible existence! With food in their stomachs, a roof over their heads, surrounded by modern comforts, clothes, and with electronic devices galore, every third-world kid would gladly trade their lives with hers.
Granted, Katelyn’s parents were probably not the best, but whose parents are? There are millions of kids who grow up with loser parents, with parents who are less-than-ideal, but they don’t go out and hang themselves and make sure to film it too!
As for Katelyn’s allegations of sexual abuse, they haven’t been proven or confirmed yet. Her story as to what happened seems to have changed too, making her less than credible. This we know so far: A rape did not occur. Her step-dead, she claims tried to have sex with her, but it did not actually occur. If this is true, it’s terrible, but it still doesn’t warrant hanging oneself. Anyone who does commit suicide over something like this doesn’t gain my sympathy.
But don’t kids, especially girls, have fragile feelings? Yes, I’m aware of this, but let’s think about something first. Why are our kids so “fragile”? Why are they so addicted to “feelings”? Is it not because we as a society have allowed our thinking to be ruled by the media, by modern day psycho-babble, and by a mentality that pampers our kids and which stunts their emotional growth? Most parents, I’m convinced, don’t teach their kids coping skills. They either feed into their kids’ drama, or they look to shrinks and meds to help their children.
Don’t you see, folks, that we’ve raised a generation of weak, emotionally unstable Katelyn-types? We whine about how immature, ‘troubled’ and emotionally-crippled our kids are, yet we fail to realize that is this is precisely what we have allowed liberals to do to our kids for the past five decades! We permit and feed into this kind culture, and then we moan when the chickens finally come home to roost.
And now we are expected to shed tears for a girl who without any real justification went out and filmed her own suicide. She managed to manipulate almost all of us. She fooled almost everyone. Nope, I refuse to fall for her nonsense.