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Have You Bothered to Tell Your Children That They Have No Future?

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Six years ago when this picture was taken of my son and myself, I still held out hope that the Independent Media could rescue this country from the tyrants that have hijacked our government. I had this picture made into a poster where it is now displayed just outside my office where I write and broadcast. The picture formerly symbolized the hope that I held out for the next generation. Today, this picture represents what has been lost and will never be recovered. It also serves as a reminder of my parental responsibility to adequately prepare my son for what lies ahead as he prepares to become a citizen in the New World Order.

 

Paradise Lost
When I became a parent, I mistakenly thought that I would raise my son just like my parents raised me. My parents instilled in me a fundamental respect for authority, how to honor the great traditions of our country and how to work hard to get what I wanted out of life.

I grew up loving the ideals of our country, the freedom and the opportunity.  As a result, I have lived a good and prosperous life. I give thanks to my parents and to God everyday for my good fortune. However, I have learned that I was not fully prepared to be a parent because I do not know how to teach my teenage son about how he should live in the New World Order.

The America we knew is dead and gone and is running solely on momentum. Are any of you asking the same question that I am about how we tell our teenage children that they live under a hopelessly corrupt government and they are making plans to fully enslave all of us under REX 84, FEMA Camps, NDAA, etc? Do we teach our children to never criticize the government because free speech has been criminalized as an act of terrorism? How do we provide our children hope that if they work hard and go to college, that they will have a good life? And even if our kids graduate from college, most won’t find jobs when they get out of school and even if they do find work in their field, they will be debt slaves because of the cost of higher education. How do we encourage our children to learn the lessons of civics when we fully know that our vote, on a national level, does not make a darn bit of difference and that the Pelosi’s, Reid’s, Clinton’s, Bush’s and Obama’s are bought and paid for? How do we teach our children that our brave men and women who serve in the military have been turned into pawns of corporate greed and subsequent imperialism? How do we prepare to raise our children in a decadent society which dishonors the Christian principles that our country was founded upon?

The Questions a Parent Cannot Answer
My son is showing signs of asking questions befitting an adult perspective of our present political and economic situation.  I am not bashful about identifying the misdeeds of our government when I am writing or broadcasting. Also, I know that I have the intellectual capacity to explain to my son how bad things have become in terms he can understand. However, I have found that  I am lacking the skill and knowledge to explain to my son just how bad things are and that his generation has no future. I know that there comes the day when all parents realize that we have to tell our children that there is no Santa Claus.

I grew up in an America which was a republic interspersed with some corruption. Today’s America is a corporate criminal enterprise where there are no rules for the elite and the republic concepts underlying our laws are on life support. Subsequently, my son is growing up in a far different America than I did and to hear him talk about his future hopes and fears reflects these fundamental changes that we have experienced as a country.

The Creation of Debt Slaves and the Increasingly Worthless College DegreeSave your money, go to college, get a good job, right? For the most part, that ship has sailed.

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This guy has lots of good points/etc, however not everything he says is 100% accurate so I would treat this the same. Basically you have to read, understand what is being said, then using prior knowledge/incite/research/etc, find the truth from the fear porn and lies. They say the best way to present false truth is to hide it among st some truth so it won't be found (illuminati). Well many people can see through this also, as I wish everyone would be able to as well. 

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The future my son will have is decided by the path I create for him.

I only wish my parents had some kind of connections which are not connected to morons and didn't live in the middle of nowhere where they dissmiss you everywhere if you have higher education. Basically its just the same as reverse affirmative action where if you have a higher education, you are instead of hired anywhere, you are discriminated against for doing so and no one will hire you unless its the worst of the worst job which no one else wants.

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I only wish my parents had some kind of connections which are not connected to morons and didn't live in the middle of nowhere where they dissmiss you everywhere if you have higher education. Basically its just the same as reverse affirmative action where if you have a higher education, you are instead of hired anywhere, you are discriminated against for doing so and no one will hire you unless its the worst of the worst job which no one else wants.

Yea good ol nepotism.

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The future my son will have is decided by the path I create for him.

I've told my son to create his own future by creating his own path.
We are all different we all have something unique to offer.
My path isn't his no more than my parents path was mine. 
The world will continue to change. That's guarantied.
Everyone must find or make their own place in it.

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Yea good ol nepotism.

Statistics show (prior research into the matter) that parents get jobs for 80% of their kids. I have the articles backed up somewhere, however searching and stuff can bring them up online. 

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I've told my son to create his own future by creating his own path.We are all different we all have something unique to offer.
My path isn't his no more than my parents path was mine. 
The world will continue to change. That's guarantied.
Everyone must find or make their own place in it.

I think you misunderstand. It is my duty as a father to raise up my son and give him the best opportunities. It is his choice to follow the path.

 

If you let a children lead themselves, then they will lead themselves to ruin.

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