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MSNBC — All your children are belong to us

MSNBC — All your children are belong to us

“We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents”

There is something wrong at MSNBC.

It’s not just progressive, nasty, and a branch of the Obama administration.

As the Krystal Ball cross-examination of her own daughter showed, there is something wrong in the water over there.

This ad for MSNBC is even worse (Newsbusters via Gateway Pundit h/t Fuzzy):

It’s as if some freaky collectivist pods have taken over the bodies.

MSNBC Harris Perry Children Don't Belong to Parents

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Weasel Zippers asks: “Is Krystal Ball” her porno name?

Today’s lunatic-left d-cRAT socialist extremists have resurrected a key program of indoctrination used by the National Socialism rulers of the Third Reich called the Hitler-Jugend (Hitler Youth), abbreviated HJ. The HJ were viewed as future “Aryan supermen” – i.e., leaders of the National Socialism party – and were indoctrinated in anti-Semitism. One aim was to instill the motivation that would enable HJ members to fight faithfully for the Third Reich and its warped ideology. —All this is very similar to the current approach of the socialist teachers union — schools are NOT about learning, they are captive audiences for INDOCTRINATION in anti-America hatred, BIG GOVERNMENT supremacy, no freedom of speech for anybody that disagrees with them and promotion of the unrestrained greed of public-sector unions.

So, it’s no surprise that the leftist d-cRAT socialists now want to take children away from their parents and put them under full BIG GOVERNMENT control permanently. It makes the socialist indoctrination so much easier.

It is no surprise to me that they believe all this and a lot more where that came from.

After all, it is Marxism 101, right out of the book.

What I find interesting is the boldness of putting MSNBC out on public display like that as if they think they have the population in their pocket.

It is mighty bold and quite arrogant… reminds me of the Dictator’s personality.

How to say this…

Even after 4+years of their Marxist idiocy, they are yet entirely capable of leaving me gasping. What an Ignorant Lefty Pinheaded B’yotch.

There. I found a way to say it.

O.M.G

No words.

Comcast, you must be so freaking proud of the asylum known as NBC that you just bought off from GE!

The suggestion seems to be the children belong to the state. That has worked out well for communism and fascism.

Listening to this my first thought was “It Takes a Village” by H. Clinton.

UNICEF, yet another totalitarian UN agency masquerading as “humanitarian,” has used these slogans,

“Every child is our child”
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_UNICEF_slogan

“Whatever it takes to Save a Child”
http://unicefcarolina.weebly.com/unicef.html

Both are breathtakingly frightening in their implications.

With each passing day we see the hardening of the positions to the question, Which Way, America? The way of the Framers with limited government. Or, the way of the UN.

There is only one alternative to limited government: unlimited government.

More “…it takes a village…” stupidism.

As a society becomes more God-less it will seek to absolve itself from any responsibility under God.

    Rosalie in reply to Sally Paradise. | April 6, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    It seems they progressed from the village to the state. How wonderful!

    I cant fault Hillary too much. She grew up on a time where “villages” did matter. The problem arises when the self-appointed super-smart start legislating what is in others best interest.

    The best way I know to express this is an anecdote from my father’s childhood. He and a pal were trying to see if they could throw a rock over a surplus building on an army base (late 1930s). All of a sudden someone came running around the building. My Pop and his Pal hightailed it home. When Dad got home, his mom knew that he (or his friend) had broken a window on the next building over. Until the two lads got back home, they had no idea why someone was running at them yelling like a banshee!

    The point being, and the crucial distinction too often missed; proper behavior is learned by how one is brought up – the household and community matter – but it is not up to the village (nor the state) to dictate how those individual households raise their children.

    For my father, now a retired Army Colonel, the shame of dashing into his quarters only to face his mother who knew exactly what he had done was punishment enough.

    Certainly, families vary, and times change. However, in most villages, it is the family that knows best how to raise its children. My father, a veteran of three combat tours, did not care for guns. Yet he allowed my best friend’s father to teach me how to handle firearms and how to hunt. Now that is a village.

This is news? Really? I mean, THIS DIDN’T GIVE ANYONE A CLUE BEFORE TODAY?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ty7WU872Lk

WAKE UP PEOPLE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Et1SkVldiHI (Check out 3:20-3:35 segment)

1. Remember the post-election analyses? Swing voters rated Romney over Obama in critical categories except for “caring about people like me”. Therein is the key to effective responses to propaganda like HP’s. Those swing voters need reassurance that breaking with the MSM line will not leave them worse off than they are.

2. Those voters need informing that HP’s tirade is (the tip of the iceberg wrt) what the Life of Julia video was really about. “A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take it away.”

2. HP’s tirade bespeaks a Left which has become arrogantly overextended, but:

In contests that require strategy, overly aggressive play will be exploited by a capable competitor, but it will work like magic against incompetent opposition.

And there’s the rub.

BannedbytheGuardian | April 6, 2013 at 6:38 pm

Nah . they only want some of them.

Even paedophiles have standards.

legalizehazing | April 6, 2013 at 6:50 pm

Perfect set up to slam Hillary’s book in 2016.

LukeHandCool | April 6, 2013 at 6:58 pm

“These MSNBC people are nuts!!”

—Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s Child Catcher, April 6, 2013

MacsenMcBain | April 6, 2013 at 7:03 pm

None of this is news to me- I remember some idiot in one of my law school classes (a church & state seminar) asking out loud where the idea came from that parents have a right to decide how their children are raised and educated.

    Milwaukee in reply to MacsenMcBain. | April 7, 2013 at 12:51 am

    There is currently an asylum case involving German parents, who are Christian, who want to home school their children. This is illegal in Germany. To grow up to be future socialist and soldiers, the state needs them as infants.

Doug Wright | April 6, 2013 at 7:18 pm

“We the People” will deliver a telling response to the Collectivist POD People when the time is ripe and discussion no longer an option, which is exclusively the option of those self same POD people, when they have exceeded the bounds of humanity and those of liberty.

It is for that reason that I know the 1st and 2nd Amendments are the key to whether the USA survives as a free republic consisting of we, the people.

You didn’t build that.

There is a common cause underlying their depravity.

A feminazi will kill her own child but want to raise my “product of conception.”

Is it possible that this is mere irrationality? How come so many are taken in by this?

    SoCA Conservative Mom in reply to JerryB. | April 6, 2013 at 8:50 pm

    I can see the day when it is worse than that… forced abortion on any child that is not perfect. There are already nut jobs that advocate allowing a parent to kill their child up to age 2.

      I’m sure they’d prescribe 40th-trimester abortions for all my brainwashed children who already despise socialists and baby killers and are spoiled beyond reeducation.

        Doug Wright in reply to JerryB. | April 6, 2013 at 10:16 pm

        Well, that depends, on who is evaluating those so-called personages. Probably the upper age limit on abortions is best left undefined to allow for extraordinary cases of anti-social behaviors and attitudes, especially of those who openly express those unacceptable individualistic views regarding freedom and other like outmoded concepts.

        ./sarc off but realistically, be prepared for the worst.

          JerryB in reply to Doug Wright. | April 6, 2013 at 10:39 pm

          Heh. 200th-trimester maybe? Another reason I got my carry permit. (Oops – more extraordinary antisocial attitude …)

The Universal Declaration gives parents human rights with regard to children and family matters.

I would ask this woman to state if there are any limits to this notion she has propounded.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | April 6, 2013 at 7:51 pm

How much responsibility do parents really have for educating their own children? We send them off to public school from the ages 5-18. Obama said in the State of the Union he’d like the government to start indoctrinating, er, uh, I mean educating children as early as age 4.

We have created a society in which parents have outsourced much of their parental responsibility to the state. When kids are sitting in government run classrooms, they are not only learning the multiplication tables and how to read. They are absorbing the values and mores of the teachers as much as learning math and English.

So, we’ve already outsourced much of our parental responsibility for educating our offspring to the community (and by community what she really means is the state). She just wants the parents to have even less responsibility so the state can indoctrinate them even more. And sooner.

    Schools, and educators, have sought to gain more control over the children. The school lunch program sounds good. Sending the children home to have lunch with mom would probably be better. The French have high quality food in their school lunches, to preserve French culture. The secularists in France have fought the Church and families through schools since the Revolution.

    Why do we give free loading parents welfare money to feed their kids, and then school lunch, school breakfast, after school meal, back packs of food for the week ends, and free lunches in the summer? Do we lower their welfare when we feed the kids? No.

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Milwaukee. | April 7, 2013 at 6:35 am

      Italy also has great school lunches of 3 courses deliciously prepared by local mamas. German children take ta snack but are finished by 2 . Britain has lunches which are a disgrace. Australian kids take their own. Korea has noodle machines.

      School lunches are quite fascinating & do say something about the society.

      BooMushroom in reply to Milwaukee. | April 7, 2013 at 4:27 pm

      Because know the parent(s?) are selling the EBT cards at 40¢ on the dollar for drug money, so the kids aren’t eating.

IF you decide against snuffing your child in the womb, we’ll take it from birth….

MSNBC & Their Vacuous Chorus..

Holy schnikes. Just come right out and say it why don’t you, lady.

I’m so glad I’m able to homeschool and that the Statists can’t get their hands on my child.

    sybilll in reply to angela. | April 6, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    She did come out and say it. She’s a Mao believer. I got into a debate about what her intent was at a non-political site I frequent. I asked why they were trying to interpret her intent, when it was laid out so clearly……….crickets.

Next will be, “Your life doesn’t belong to you.”

I remember this distinct questionnaire on my application for US Citizenship and was comforted with the inference that we were immigrating to a country that had clear universal stance against the very ideology that forced my family to flee their home country.

N400 Question 10:
“Have you ever been a member of
the Communist Party?”

Who can fully appreciate the revulsion and despair that we,legal immigrants from commie countries, feel when we see a TV ad by a major ‘American’ news network paraphrasing Mao Tse Tung and Ho Chi Minh?

There needs to be a second revolution. The communists must be driven out.

LukeHandCool | April 6, 2013 at 8:52 pm

If MSNBC is going to raise my children, can I request S.E. Cupp as my new wife?

It’s for the children.

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I have fOUGHT the “system” on “IN LOCO PARENTIS”…That is where the public school system makes decisions regarding your child that can override parental decisions made in the home regarding your child…fortunately, I have won both bouts…A good case study is “TOUNGATE VS. BASTROP INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT”…This a case of ‘In Loco Parentis’ that discriminated against a child (male) because his hair was too long to be attending school….The Supreme Court ultimately ruled of the school district….The parents claimed that it was their decision to allow their child to grow hair that conflicted with “District Policy”…There is no difference in “community” (state) decisions denying parental decisions in the home and communism where the state is in charge making parental decisions, “IN LIEU OF THE PARENT”…This is UNESCO (United Nations) Educational and Scientific Cultural Organization at work in removing parental responsibility and turning it over to the state (communism)…Parents, WAKE-UP!!!

The woman in video is a very fair-skinned African-American. If the claim were made that African-American men have a strategy of fathering children with as many different women as possible and then leave the parenting to others, is there much in the way of evidence to refute this claim? If this is the case, then the community must claim the children, or they will get little or no upbringing at all.

Outside the African-American community few women have more than 2 children, and those who do are usually religious. What of the African-American women who have more than 2 children, but with more than 2 men? Are they religious?

Juba Doobai! | April 7, 2013 at 6:10 am

As my host of female relatives would say, “I carried that child. I took pains to make that child. Don’t tell me that is your child!” Let’s put them all on some misbegotten island somewhere so they can make their lives a living hell and leave us all alone.

These people make crazy look same and logical.

TOO FUNNY!
Saturday Night Live Spoofs North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un

http://commoncts.blogspot.com/2013/04/saturday-night-live-spoofs-north-korean.html

Translation: I am too important to have children on my own, but I want the right to control kids. So I’m going to control yours.

Whenever I see that phrase “Lean Forward,” I always mentally add “…And Choke Yourself.”

Somehow that seems appropriate when then “Lean Forward” crowd is edging closer to saying forthrightly that every child should be removed from his parents and raised by strangers with an ideological agenda and no emotional bond to the child.

I think she may have forgotten her heritage where the sons and daughters of slaves were sold off to the highest bidder.

When liberals have screwed up their own children to where they can’t compete in an open market (eg: public schools vs. home schooling), the only recourse is to take out the open market and drag other people’s children down to the level of your own. Re-thinking your ideology is simply not an option.

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SukieTawdry | April 7, 2013 at 4:20 pm

It takes a village to raise a child.

It’s long been a goal of the left for the state to raise children. You will surrender them in their infancy to state-run child care and preschool and then to public education. Schools will take on more and more functions until home is just a place you go to to sleep.

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Hitler’s Youths, Mao’s little Red Guards.
The leftists killed their own, including born alive aborted fetuses. Now they want to put their dirty hands on our kids. To serve them, no doubt. They don’t want to raise their own kids, but they want our kids to take care of their retirement.

The leftists are sickening.

When you don’t reproduce, you recruit. It isn’t any coincidence that this is popping up now that people have been remarking on the demographic destiny of the childless left.

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‘Lean Forward’ is an interesting slogan for MSNBC. I think, however, Bend Over’ would be more accurate.

In A.D. 2013, war was beginning….

In A.D. 2013, war was beginning….

Which reminds me… I gotta pick up more ammo in the morning.

“For that which is common to the greatest number has the least care bestowed upon it.” Aristotle

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Of course their kids belong to the community-this is classic lefty thought. Make all the decisions you want to and avoid any you don’t. Then blame somebody else when everything goes to hell.

Now, hold on here! Just a couple days ago, Planned Parenthood was telling us that a mother had the right to murder a baby that survives a botched abortion!

So, apparently, you can kill your children, you just can’t raise them as Christians.

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