"The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. ... Here the state must act as the guardian of a millennial future in the face of which the wishes and the selfishness of the individual must appear as nothing and submit."
by:
Adolf Hitler
(1889-1945) German Nazi Dictator
Source:
Mein Kampf, vol 2, ch 2, THE STATE
http://www.mondopolitico.com/library/meinkampf/v2c2.htm
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Sounds like the Gun Control crowds of today whenever there is a shooting.
 -- Leslie, WV     
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    Who can forget Melissa Harris-Perrys illuminating devotion to the progressives / democrat partys dogma: Your Children Belong To The State; or the religious statist Paul Reville (former Massachusetts education secretary) The children belong to all of us. Or, the high priestess of the dark side's: It Take's a Village. ETC., ETC., ETC. Welcome to Amerika Being an advocate for home schooling, I have had the sad experience of States making the claim that my children belong to the State. Some even legislating if what is taught at home is not the same as what is taught at government schools, it is child abuse. My children started at universities at age 14; going on to multiple degrees without as much as a loan, grant or help from me. A question, by what lawful nexus do my children belong to you ? They don't ! ! !
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    History demonstrates the fervent desire of statists and tyrants is to indoctrinate the next-generation at the earliest point of their adolescence.
    Mike, another demonstration of the superiority of homeschooling over the government indoctrination centers, children to be proud of sir!
     -- Mike, Pleasant Hill     
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     -- Mary - MI      
     -- jim k, austin tx      
    Hitler was a monumental c*#t.
     -- Miggletorian Fubblestwort, England     
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    Isn't it telling that the same rhetoric today is used to justify all manner of social engineering -- for the good of the children, of course. Let me tell you something: the State makes a horrible parent. The War on Drugs, Gun Control, government Health Care, war in foreign, oil-rich, Muslim lands, TSA, DHS, NSA, Child Protective Services -- all for the good of the children. Brainwashing pure and simple -- so that they will obey the commands to wage war on their fellows with a clean conscience. Population Control is a war on children and the family itself -- who says there are too many people? Why do we believe them? Eugenics has at its heart the control of who may reproduce and which babies shall be allowed to live.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    So very well true, Mike and Mike. Indoctrination at the earliest point. Metering what one hears Archer, the seed of doubt is well planted now, in the minds of the public, questioning the tyrants democracy around the world !
     -- Ron w13, Or     
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     -- Tom K, Omaha      
    @Ron w13, Or - The public mostly do know what is going on, or at least those that would give such matters a second thought do, which slashes the numbers somewhat severely.
    The problem is that of those that do see, a very tiny minority think that they can do anything about it.

    An even tinier minority actually try. The society around this group reacts in a range of ways from displaying mild titters, ridicule and through to outright hostility.

    To actually make a change would cost the few that would consider it so much as to be, well out of their 'price bracket' as it were.

    The set of people that once called themselves Nazis have learned that it isn't wise to say stuff like that openly. They are still there - the nature of Man does not change because a war has ended.

    No, they have learned. What they now do is use much more carrot than stick - way more. People now are so weakened that they simply don't have the fight left in them because they have been made comfortable for so long that they cannot imagine actually suffering real pain for any cause, no matter how noble.

    In historical times of revolution, people lived hard lives. There was no electricity, no telephone, no cars, no Internet, or computers, or GameBoys or TV. Those people knew what hardship felt like, so to them physical pain and discomfort was no stranger. When the ruling classes made life simply unbearable for them, they lashed out because they had no choice.

    So while people may well have the seeds of doubt implanted - more I would say, they won't do anything about it.

    They can't either. Back in the days when people lived without the modern benefits we have, the ruling classes also had limits on how many they could kill. All they had was swords, muskets and cannon. Now, with modern weapons and battlefield intelligence systems, any uprising can be squashed pretty quickly. They don't even use troops anymore, they use drones.

    The tyrants? They don't care. Why would they? They will just sit there and let the people boil - they have the high ground.
     -- Miggletorian Fubblestwort, England     
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    Well said Sir, But there in, is leadership called upon Divine Providence . The trust must come in God to overcome such odds. This is obvious ! The question is when ? To try and establish the vision is just that ! Pain to be suffered is accommodated. Here in is the hand to be reveled. It is not a slight matter. Our Master is long suffering. Life on the farm is just that. Price is considered but only by those that would price it to high, faith and desire show the proof. Desire being the guiding mode. There is a God. Alive and well, Amen. Cream rises to the top.
     -- Ron w13, Or     
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