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What is Up with Kids These Days?

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Before Disney and all their marketing crap came on the scene, children were dressed in smaller versions of adult fashion which pretty much covered most of the skin. They were expected to become adults and act accordingly...that's what chores were for, to prepare them for adulthood when they'd have to do it all for themselves.

Now we have an entire culture of products devoted to children as if they are a special class of humans instead of smaller versions of adults. How many parents do you know that talk down to their kids? How are they going to expand their vocabulary? Not through texting, guaranteed!

Disney set up their club as indoctrination so the kids can follow along and watch Miley go from cute kid to slut and imitate her as she grows up onscreen. Parents are relegated to sub-class as corporations and the state become the authority figures. Look at all the books and articles on parenting for those that have no instincts. Granted, kids don't come with a manual but generally you raise your kids the same way you were raised but with corporate/gov intervention (the me generation) the huge sacrifices required to raise them isn't taking place. Corporate babysitters via day care, TV, video games, etc are raising the nation's children and that's how you go from dolls to twerking.

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Before Disney and all their marketing crap came on the scene, children were dressed in smaller versions of adult fashion which pretty much covered most of the skin. They were expected to become adults and act accordingly...that's what chores were for, to prepare them for adulthood when they'd have to do it all for themselves.

Now we have an entire culture of products devoted to children as if they are a special class of humans instead of smaller versions of adults. How many parents do you know that talk down to their kids? How are they going to expand their vocabulary? Not through texting, guaranteed!

Disney set up their club as indoctrination so the kids can follow along and watch Miley go from cute kid to slut and imitate her as she grows up onscreen. Parents are relegated to sub-class as corporations and the state become the authority figures. Look at all the books and articles on parenting for those that have no instincts. Granted, kids don't come with a manual but generally you raise your kids the same way you were raised but with corporate/gov intervention (the me generation) the huge sacrifices required to raise them isn't taking place. Corporate babysitters via day care, TV, video games, etc are raising the nation's children and that's how you go from dolls to twerking.

Right on once again Mom!

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It's easy to see what's up with kids these days, ask the adults that came before them. 'It's only playboy you know gentleman's entertainment. Now we have every disgusting act imaginable and unimaginable for all to see including our children 24/7. Drunkeness and drug use and abuse passed that baton right to them. Passed materialism and looking out for number 1 that really bit us in the rear, hardly no one cares for their parents anymore just put them away like old clothes we don't need anymore. The electronics programm the kids to be narcissistic and numb. We taught our kids how to pursue a dollar while we neglected to teach them love respect and understanding. Parents used to sacrifice their time and love for their children. Now they just throw money at them so they can pursue their own selfish ambitions. I know we were blindsided by the illunitics who set up this narcissist Capitolistic lifestyle for us. But since we were awoken what have we changed. What's wrong with the kids..... Nothing, they are acting just like they were taught. 

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It´s sad to say this, but yeah, this is the 21st century.... We are the only ones who can change it!!!

We have a big responsability with kids, all of us,,, (not just parents and teachers) but there must be everything in the world and kids also need to know this and be "up to date" with tecnologies for example and addapted to their world, our world too. It´s already full with shits, somethings we will change some others not. Life for kids now, at school for example, is sooo different today... education is changing as the world and the people and all is changing too.

You all made me think with this post, and comments ;)

 

Kids should be sacred, the innocence, the unconsciousness of the kids... !

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This has nothing to do with Disney or any other companies. It starts with the growing middle class, and then falls into many other things. It has now become a marketing tool, but one aimed at adults to stay children, which people then put on their kids since they don't know marketing.

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What has happened to our children?

They used to play at hop-scotch and now they play at twerking.

They used to practice sparring and now they practice pouting. article continues http://www.dailystormer.com/what-is-up-with-kids-these-days/

 Kids haven't changed at all, it's the adults/parents/teachers they have to guide them that have changed, and not for the better.

The next 20 years should be interesting, in a sadomasochistic sort of way.

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