Your Children Are Not Your Children? by Mary Martin
"Your Children Are Not Your Children..." Says MSNBC
Another piece of the Fundamental Transformation of America puzzle has been flipped over, showing its true colors despite being disguised as an innocent plea for us to work towards improving the American education system.
The bold proclamation: "Your children, are not your children, they are part of the collective community" is presented by MSNBC's spokesperson,
Melissa Harris-Perry, in a promotion for the cable network that represents blatant lockstep support of the administration's state-ist progressivism right down to its closing Obama campaign slogan.
With ever-increasing power the ultra liberal left is rowing in the direction of the dismemberment of the traditional family, of individual freedoms and of core American values in their effort to replace the foundational blocks of our society with their collective notion.
The left actually believes themselves to be better parents for our children than are our own individual families. They continue trying to make their redefinitions of the traditional stick as regards parenthood, family, marriage, and life in general.
Has the government demonstrated superiority in raising children that they should be awarded child-rearing rights that diminish the role of natural parents? As we continue down the river rapids of liberalism the negative effects are compounding at an alarmingly exponential rate. Life in the American family is suddenly on a fast course of transformation.
Another appalling aspect of the statement
“We have to break through our private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize that kids belong to their whole communities.”
is that the same individuals who so want to nurture your children have a much different, brutal stance on abortion. If, as a nation, we are going to move toward the collective notion that children are
“everyone’s responsibility and not just the household's”
the collective will also make decisions about which investments in them that it chooses to make. This challenges not only individual freedom but the right to life, as well.
China, the nation that holds $1153.6 billion dollars of our debt, has a policy of one child per household. Families that comply are rewarded by the state with government assistance, employment, education for their child and other incentives. Families that choose to have more than one child are sanctioned with fines, loss of employment, the inability to obtain loans and various additional penalties. China’s abortion rate is in excess of 13 million children per year! Of course, abortion is a free service provided by the government.
The former Soviet Union also embraced the notion of collective child raising. When the climate of hard times became unbearable for families the government stepped in with a helping hand and formed group homes for babies, pre-schools, kindergartens, children’s colonies, and free restaurants and schools. They also took on the responsibility of clothing the children as the complete job of childrearing was passed to the state.
Nazi Germany's propagandists wooed the masses with photos of Hitler surrounded
adoring children. But as time went by and Hitler gained control through the false trust of smiling German citizens there was no
secret about to whom the children “belonged.”
On November 6, 1933 Adolph Hitler stated:
“When an opponent declares, ‘I will not come over to your side,’ I calmly say, ‘Your child belongs to us already. . . . What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.’”
On May 1, 1937, Hitler declared:
“This new Reich will give its youth to no one, but will itself take youth and give to youth its own education and its own upbringing.”
How far are we willing to let Obama's version of totalitarian state-ism go? I say that it has already gone entirely too far!
Lulled by constant propaganda, hype and the aiding and abetting of so-called news outlets like MSNBC we no longer get very excited over what amounts to extreme rhetoric.
What would have been considered an outlandish notion a few years ago today merely represents political correctness.
History proves there is much to lose and, in observance of the recent Holocaust Remembrance Day, we must commit ourselves to being knowledgeable about the warning signs of a government that is in the process of taking power from its people and of the severely negative influence propaganda has on the uninformed.
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