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Police: Teaching Kids to Mistrust Government Makes Couple 'Unsuitable' Parents

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posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 03:10 PM
reply to post by Divinorumus

I totally agree, but then again I love to cook and am very good at it (as are you judging by your comments). Some people just cant.. Those people might as well feed their children rat poison for how good their cooking abilities are. Plus you have to consider that some people don't have time to prepare a meal, they are too busy hustling and working trying to make ends meet.

I was raised really old fashioned (by my grandparents who where raised in the 50's and 60's) with old school values. I was taught skills that most kids never even take the time to learn. Hell I even did chores! I learned to bust my butt to get ahead at a very young age. I learned respect, dignity and the value of a hard days work. When I stepped out of line I got the belt and am a better man because of it! I learned not to trust my government at all! Above all I learned proper manners!! I will raise my children the same way I was raised... The right way...

Let me ask. How many children of today are raised this way? Really.. How many? I think that is the biggest problem in America (and all over the world for that matter) today.

With this comes parental guidance which as you blatantly pointed out is all but extinct in this country. Even so, the government has no place to tell you what you can and cannot teach your children. This country was once a free nation. (or as close as you can get to free) Nowadays.. I just don't know... I really don't know what to think anymore...

What I do know is dubbing people Unsuitable Parents because of what they teach their children kinda makes the government a bit hypocritical don't you think?

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 03:13 PM
If the governments actions make people not trust the government, then does that make the government unsuitable?

Thankfully - you Americans have a decent President now, but if you fools ever vote for anyone like Bush again - then we (the rest of the world) cannot guarantee we'll ever take you seriously ever again.

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 03:25 PM
reply to post by mr-lizard

Barack Obama is not a decent president. He has continued to do the things that Bush did. On top of that he's socializing health care. All presidents are controlled by the the global elite. In my opinion the last one that wasn't was JFK (R.I.P) and we all know what happend to him.

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 03:32 PM

Originally posted by roly21
reply to post by mr-lizard

Barack Obama is not a decent president. He has continued to do the things that Bush did. On top of that he's socializing health care.

Does that not mean everyone has a chance of free healthcare at a relatively small tax rate?

Would you rather a homeless person die on the street or be granted the chance to better himself?

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 07:59 PM
Maybe posted, but looks like he's planning to sue them.

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 08:05 PM

Originally posted by mr-lizard

Would you rather a homeless person die on the street or be granted the chance to better himself?

I'd rather people be responsible for themselves and not rely on government taking money at gunpoint from others to subsidize their poor choices or unfortunate circumstances.

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 08:11 PM
All my children have been taught the facts and to look carefully, I speak up at the school if something is said and in short, we advertise that we know!!!! Everyone must!
I even crossed out SIN number and put saint and sovereign, then drew an arrow from their word and wrote SATURN and their tax form.

[edit on 2-4-2010 by Unity_99]

posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 08:13 PM
Yeah, I like the way this headed. You see, my parents, to this VERY DAY, are federal government a**kissers! They are convinced without any doubt that the government is nothing but rootbeer waterfalls, vanilla ice cream boulders and candy rainbows!!! I learned at a very early age that authority was meant to be questioned. I witnessed and felt the "Because I said so" injustice of "authority" and recognized immediately how unjust and dismissive authority can be. My parents had absolutely nothing to do with it.

So, methinks this is more about the "failure" of the parents to reinforce the government propaganda than it is the parents teaching the children not to trust the government - which is even more scary and disgusting than the initial premise.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 12:19 AM
reply to post by mr-lizard

First of all there is no such thing as free healthcare.Forcing me to pay into a healthcare system that i rather not use is taking away my freedom of choice. Not everyone agrees with the government on what is healthy. For examlpe, i will not inject myself with any vaccination ever again so long as i live. Now if the government controls healthcare they can easily say everyone must get vaccinated and those that dont either A)will no longer recive healthcare, or B) will be fined and keep getting fined untill they do or C)be arrested. This is definately not the healthcare i would want.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 12:33 AM
reply to post by mr-lizard

Without getting into the "socialism bad, capitalism good" argument, simply put no, it does not mean we're going to get free health care covered at a relatively low tax rate. There is no public option, no single payer system in store for us - what this bill will do is force us to buy privatized health care run by the same greedy insurance companies that have destroyed our system of overall medical care. It, in essence, is a mandate. If we don't buy health insurance, we'll get fined.

That's our government for ya; they don't give us a less expensive, higher quality option - they just tell us to support their buddies, the poor, downtrodden healthcare conglomerates, or else.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 08:34 AM
I do not live in Texas..nor do I advocate drug use in any way.
As for what i will teach my children about the government..
That being said..
Swear allegiance to the flag, whatever flag they offer....Teach the children quietly, for someday sons and daughters will rise up and fight where we stood still...

I have not had good experience with police or various levels of government and their different branches, and my children have either been present, or had the misfortune of the repercussions of such.
They have come to their own conclusions...with only a tad input from me.
I don't feel the need to overwhelm my kids with info that their young minds cannot yet understand. But I will inform them of my beliefs, and due time, as opportunity presents itself, and let them draw their own conclusions.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 09:29 AM
The late Nancy Schaefer did a huge amount of work uncovering and exposing corruption in Child Protection Services (CPS) and the US family courts. When we come across stories that leave them scratching their heads, then maybe it's time to start connecting dots?

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 10:06 AM

Texans, beware: If you teach your kids that the “government is out to harm them,” police in Williamson County might just deem you an “unsuitable” parent.

Don't do that. Just tell them that strangers might want to harm them, and that the Government are strangers. Let's see their lawyers deal with that!

And I wonder why these kids are frightened when armed men come into their homes and they can see that their parents are scared?

Is this propaganda or what?

[edit on 3/4/10 by NuclearPaul]

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 01:56 PM
reply to post by DaddyBare

Alabama teen chooses suspension over Paddling for racy prom dress. Look at the dress!

Talk about insanity. These people really need to be brought out of the dark ages.
We can charge people for not taking their child to seek medical attention based on religious views such as Christian Scientists.

We need to be able to keep people from irreparably damaging children and causing them to live miserable unhappy, unproductive lives.

Some people -GO REPUBLICANS! - are only happy as long as we preserve their God given right to kill torture or maim the smaller and weaker creatures and humans around them.

As long as children can be considered part and parcel of their personal property to be beaten abused and sexually molested just like they do in the Bible.

These are the same folks fighting for rights in the womb.

What a f ing joke.

[edit on 3-4-2010 by rusethorcain]

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:05 PM
Everyone would be wise to obtain the book Sui Juris and understand their real lawful nature and rights. . The book is still available but I don't believe the Oregon address is working for orders. I do have the correct ordering address. The link provides an abbreviated intro.

The hierarchy of authority is as follows:
1. The Supreme Being
2. The individual (a king in their own domain)
3. The Constitution
4. The Government
5. The fictional corporate world

The systematic degeneration of your spiritual sovereignty has been worked on for at least 100 years. The courts view you as state/federal property to be dealt with as they see fit. This required them to make you believe you where below them (below 4,5) in the hierarchy above. TV, Movies and the like have facilitated this. The cop in this case has been brainwashed into thinking you are manageable property rather than a king.

The Constitution/Bill of Rights did not grant you any rights. It is about government honoring and recognizing that you are superior to them. All rights reside with the individual. Destroying your believe in your superiority to them and their lack of any real authority over you facilitates their rationalizing they can do what ever they want to with you. Now, more and more home intrusion is part of that rational. You are the king, true king of your castle. You are not subject to their authority.

Now that doesn't mean that you have a free license to do whatever you want and violate natural law. It means that when the society finds it necessary to come after you, it is only for very serious situations that directly threaten the welfare of others and grand juries and due process are necessary to make that determination. In other words it should be a very rare event. Not an assembly line like it is today.

We all need to understand how courts work.

Think of all the ways people have been brainwashed into thinking themselves inferior. In England for example, "some people" get titles of lord and are addressed as such. You are all lords. Some people where better cloths and use artistry to make them appear better or superior. People are let to worship celebrities. Movies and music have continuously conveyed the idea of inferiority of the individual to the government. Nothing could be further from the truth. Note that this doesn't mean that intellectually, knowledge, character or otherwise people should pretend everyone is the same. Everyone is different. But everyone is a king with divine rights that are unalienable. They can not be taken away without your permission. The legal society still recognizes that is true though appeal and jail may precede the recognition.

The courts will do everything possible to undermine your authority, confidence, faith, sense of entitlement, responsibility, justice and everything else. The Judges are master manipulators. We all need to clearly understand how to deal with this and what the reality is.

posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 04:17 PM

Originally posted by OurManInGlasgow
The late Nancy Schaefer did a huge amount of work uncovering and exposing corruption in Child Protection Services (CPS) and the US family courts. When we come across stories that leave them scratching their heads, then maybe it's time to start connecting dots?

EXACTLY...and it stretches far beyond US borders...
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[edit on 3-4-2010 by AccessDenied]

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