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I strongly oppose the prevalence of so-called children accounts on Twitter, and my reasons are far from baseless. In recent times, we have witnessed a troubling rise in children accounts originating from unfavorable locations, often accompanied by heart-wrenching narratives. Although it may seem callous to label them as “sob stories,” the reality is hard to deny.

It is crucial for people to realize that the majority of these accounts are operated by adults, exploiting them as mere marketing ploys. Consider, for instance, a particular Syrian child account that aims to rally support for bombing other countries. It is disconcerting to comprehend that a child would possess thoughts of such magnitude, while their own safety remains at risk. I can personally attest that during such dire circumstances, political matters are the furthest from one’s mind; survival and praying for an end to the conflict take precedence.

The audacity exhibited by individuals engaging in such acts is deeply troubling. Even with some underlying motive, an essential aspect is overlooked: the well-being of the child in question. These actions do not promote the safety of the child; instead, they significantly compromise it, especially when the internet is accessible to people worldwide. Without a doubt, individuals who oppose such actions will come across these messages, and if the claims are not fabricated, the account holders inadvertently sign their child’s death warrant. By supporting these accounts, you become the very reason why your child’s safety is jeopardized.

However, what truly vexes me is the widespread practice of these “Child Campaign” accounts as a whole. They present a distorted version of reality, as evident from my previous statements, which poses a problem for those who have genuinely experienced similar situations. Many, like myself, who have overcome these circumstances, don’t resort to sharing sob stories. Instead, we learn a far more profound lesson—the importance of empowering others and recognizing the reluctance of those in power to intervene.

In the end, all that is accomplished through these accounts is the perpetuation of negativity, which inflicts emotional harm in various ways but fails to bring about meaningful change. If sharing pain had the power to make a difference, wouldn’t all conflicts have ceased long before our time?

Old version (Twitter’s Fake Children And Their Destructive Campaigns)

I tend to stand against a lot of so-called children accounts at Twitter, and that is not without a reason.
Something we see increasingly becoming “popular” are children accounts that are based in some “bad location” and tell a sob story. It most certainly will sound cruel of me that I call it a sob story, but eventually it actually is.

Something people should start to realise is that most of these accounts are run by adults, and they are just marketing schemes…
Like a certain Syrian child account that is trying to get people to bomb other countries…
Yes, a child who actually would think about foreign countries and the need for them to be bombed, while not being safe…
Let me tell you, as I have experienced it myself as well, that the last thing you actually think about at these moments are political things like that, you only try to keep safe and pray for the fighting to stop.

It is perturbing that people actually are crazy enough to do these acts, as even while it is with some sort of goal, there is something important forgotten.
Yes, those who actually care about others should have already thought about it, the child in question.
What is done by these actions are not increasing safety for the child, but instead decreases it greatly, while the child already is unsafe!
The Internet is visited by people of all over the world, so without a doubt someone of those who stand against you will read your messages, and if you are not lying, you have probably just signed the death warrant of your child yourself…
As those who oppose you, they quite obviously would stand against these sort of accounts, and unless you actually lied, which states also enough…, you are now the reason yourself why your child is unsafe.

What truly bothers me is however the practice of these “Child Campaign” accounts in general.
The thing that is done is not show any reality, as what I have just wrote should already state, which is problematic for those who have actually experienced these situations.
Like myself, a lot of those who have rebuild themselves after these sort of situations, don’t go around telling sob stories, as most will actually learned something far more important;
The need of empowering others to overcome, and the fact that those who could stop these situations never would…

In the end a lot of negativity is shared, which will hurt people’s feelings in multiple ways, but won’t have any effect in the long run…
As if it would have actual effect to share hurt, don’t you think that all the fighting would have already stopped before all of us were born..?

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