The first thing you want to do is scream at your kids. That makes them afraid and teaches them to become pushy themselves, connecting verbal abuse with authority and influence. (Never use compassion or loving kindness - that will make girlie men out of them).

If you are dead, so to speak, serious about raising a world class bully, then maltreat them as often as possible. The more maltreatment they learn to endure, the better bully they become. Make sure they understand in no uncertain terms that physical maltreatment is the best way to show simmering anger.

So make certain that you beat them regularly. And be sure and not let them express their emotions. This subject should be absolutely banned from conversation if you really want to raise a good bully. If a bully starts to relate to the emotions of other kids, he or she might end up being a friend instead of a bully, and how would you feel about that?

If your kids cry when you hit them, don't cave in to feelings of compassion yourself. Remember, this is tough love to strengthen them so they can fend for themselves in the vicious world they are about to face, just like you do everyday.

And remember, if your kids see you treating others with compassion and loving-kindness, this will only confuse them, so be sure that you avoid this at all costs, especially in front of the children. Hatefulness, impatience, frustration, injustice, unfairness and disdain are the key words here.

Be cautioned that human beings have a natural tendency to a sense of fairness that must be dispatched (killed) when raising Bullies. Don't slip, by building any relationships with them based on showing any kind of sympathetic concern. Ignore them as much as you can except when you are criticizing them. If you want a world class bully, you must be disciplined yourself!

And don't provide a secure environment for your kids. Don't let them get too comfortable. Come home drunk once in a while, and beat everyone in sight. This alone will work wonders with your fledgling bully.

Be sure and start your kid's bully program at an early age. It's never too soon to begin instilling fear in a kid. They will look up to you, so make sure that you display greed, hatred and uncaring in every way possible, especially regarding the neighbors and your spouse.

Be conscientiously uncaring about your child as well. There is nothing like uncaring to teach a kid how mean the world is. Get them ready for it! Remember, keep it punitive and rigid. Keep the child emotionally unstable and withhold as much love as you can.

And before you know it, your child will be beating up everyone in the neighborhood.

Good job.

Author's Bio: 

E. Raymond Rock (anagarika addie) is a meditation teacher at: and author of “A Year to Enlightenment:

His 30 years of meditation experience has taken him across four continents including two stopovers in Thailand where he practiced in the remote northeast forests as an ordained Theravada Buddhist monk.

He lived at Wat Pah Nanachat under Ajahn Chah, at Wat Pah Baan Taad under Ajahn Maha Boowa, and at Wat Pah Daan Wi Weg under Ajahn Tui. He had been a postulant at Shasta Abbey, a Zen Buddhist monastery in northern California under Roshi Kennett; and a Theravada Buddhist anagarika at both Amaravati Monastery in the UK and Bodhinyanarama Monastery in New Zealand, both under Ajahn Sumedho. The author has meditated with the Korean Master Sueng Sahn Sunim; with Bhante Gunaratana at the Bhavana Society in West Virginia; and with the Tibetan Master Trungpa Rinpoche in Boulder, Colorado. He has also practiced at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, and the Zen Center in San Francisco.