Lingyai said:If more of us stepped up when people are being bullied the world would be a better place, I know it is easier to join the crowd, be loyal and back your oppos' but one of my favourite saying covers this.
Loyaly above all else, except honour.
Personaly I would rather be labeled a rat than remember the pleading eyes that ask why you don't help.
Think we've been here before on other threads but I am 100% behind Lingyai here. The biggest difficulty lies with the very senior people who know it is going on on their patch, but do nothing. I think the Army has done better in this respect, having a binding code of behaviour that means, for instance that CO's and senior officers can't get away with unacceptable social behaviour, including bullying. It does need either a compassionate middle man or a whistle blower to out the bully though.