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GUEST,SB Fraternity & Sorority Chants and Songs (92* d) RE: Fraternity & Sorority Chants and Songs 13 Feb 12


There doesn't seem to be any songs or chants honouring the many hundreds of kids (teenagers - black, white, straight, gay, male, female, whatever) who have died (been murdered) or maimed or raped in drunken hazing rituals over the last 60 years or so. Why not? Don't these youngsters deserve any recognition? Or is it an unsavoury aspect of frats or sororities that no-one wants to acknowledge?

I understand that alcohol is a major problem in frat and sorority houses. I understand that many Greek orgs. have been booted off campus for underage drinking, rape of minors, and hazing. I understand that there are many deaths a year from abusive bullying of pledges, and extreme hazing rituals. And yes I know that hazing is illegal, but in which case why are there so many deaths from it - still?

The hazing is encouraged in porn sites such as hazehim.com where amateur footage from hazing rituals is uploaded for cash. Perverts can then view this using pay-to-view. It seems that most ritual involve bum fucking or male rape.

Also I read that Greek letter hazing is even more extreme in Japan (where school bullying is rife anyway), in Asia and Canada and Europe. But thank God not in the UK.

Bearing in mind that many US politicians and leaders in industry and commerce were frat / sorority members its no wonder that the USA treats the rest of the world with arrogance as subordinate to it.




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