posted on Apr, 9 2006 @ 03:23 PM
For those of you who have kids like myself, or wish to in the future, since discovering all the interesting and often "not so nice" information
about our world and it's governments, do you, or would you tell them much of this information when they reach the right age?
I guess the most common subjects i get asked about is ghosts (too much Scooby Doo!) and UFO's/aliens. At thier age (still primary school) i tell them
enough whilst not freaking them out too much. I like them having knowledge and information that not everyone is privy to, but i keep it light and
always tell them that everyone has thier own opinions and may not always agree with the information.
The latest one has been chemtrails. My kids could'nt help noticing me staring at the sky all the time lol, so i just kept it very basic and light.
They now know what a contrail is and how that looks, and i said that there are also trails called chemtrails (explained how they look and what to
watch out for) but just kept it fun and said it was a bit of a mystery what was coming out of the chemtrail type planes. Put it this way, i'm not in
any rush at the moment to tell them what many people thinkk chemtrails do! They have since taken a lot more interest in the skies, and this in turn
leads to a lot of questions and knowledge being gained.
I was just curious though, with the way the worlds going and the way some of the governments work behind our backs, when your priority as a parent is
to protect your children, how much would you tell them? A kind of "forewarned is forearmed" scenario so that your kids are'nt blinkered as they
grow up. Do you think this is wrong? Please understand i would never freak my kids out whilst they are in thier younger years, but i don't want them
growing up sheltered and thinking the world is rosey world of Barbie and Ken!
Any opinions on this?