Nov 062012

Kari Simpson and Ron Gray speak with Helen Ward, President of Kids First Parent Association of Canada, about the assertion by anti-parent activists that government institutions would actually raise your children better than you do. The theory – already debunked by countless studies – is that peers and autocrats have a better influence on a child's upbringing than good old fashioned parental care and guidance. The real shocker: Such theories are being promoted by teachers and their unions!

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  1. The idea that states should be the guardian of children is not a new one. The ancient Spartans believed that the children belonged to the state and were brought up without being nurtured by their parents. Fast forward 2300 years and the same type of program asserted itself in Germany in the ’30s and ’40s. It was called the Lebensborn program and encompassed all children in areas controlled by the Nazi government. It is a frightening look forward if we can desensitize our population into subservience rather than fighting for our rights and those of our children.

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