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Some Facts of Life

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7 minutes ago, kirwan said:

Some Facts of Life

Saturday’s March for Our Lives rally by children trying to "teach adults a lesson

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The underage-children in this artificial-nation, want to teach their parents some lessons: But they've overlooked a few things about 'how it is' that they can have their own opinions about the life & death issues in their lives.

Until they reach 18, they actually cannot have any real opinions because they are too young to be responsible for their own opinions or their daily lives – unless they have legally declared their own “majority”. Once they leave school and become responsible people, each of them in their own right: Each of them must be responsible for their own food, rent, clothing and income, as adults. When they are still “children” their opinions cannot have the weight of fully responsible adults, and until they are no longer children they might want to refrain from “teaching adults the lessons they believe to be practical.

Some of us learned the basics early and took on the responsibilities of adults early-on and those of us who did that had to find jobs, to pay for food, housing, clothes, and a car or anything else we might 'desire' in addition to staying in-school and graduating from high school at the same time.

As children we knew that we could not lecture our parents about any of the things that this generation of snowflakes is so fond of doing now. Parents had all the legal-authority because it was their job to protect us and prepare us to become adults – just as it was their job to make certain that as children, their kids would be able to intelligently discuss what was going on in their lives: And they taught us that until we could manage for ourselves, and be able to back our opinions with facts: Then whatever they told us to do, was the law in most households.

What we're seeing now, in our “children” is part of what accompanied communism in the USSR under Stalin where parents lost control over their children to the State – the same is becoming more true everyday in the USSA. Interestingly enough the parents that are allowing their very young children, from ten year old's all the way up to seventeen to “march” in parades that are demanding that their parents turn in their guns (for money) and are being irresponsible and not in a patriotic way.

All that anyone needs to do is to look at the cities in America that are PROUD of being “GUN FREE ZONES” - because those cities are the deadliest cities in this nation. Same goes for the schools that do not protect either the students or the faculty from guns, because they are all GUN-FREE-ZONES, as if criminals will be stopped by words.

In addition to these facts we also have the out-of-control police that are murdering people at will, to the point that many people are afraid to call 911 because it has now become likely that the person who called might well be shot by some terrified-cop in uniform who “fears for his or her life”. If the parents have fire-arms to protect their family from harm, from assault, or from the official terrorist behavior by the State - then those children might not be prancing through the streets demanding that their parents be disarmed?

Children cannot vote because they have not lived long enough to know enough about the wider-world, where legal-consequences are attached to any decision they will someday have to make.

When adults decide “to March”, it's because something has become so threatening to the lives of their loved ones and themselves, that (all things considered), they must take to the streets to register their disagreement with the totally-corrupted State we're living in. Part of the problem for “children” is that the entire school system in the US has rapidly become communist, and politically-correct and no longer reflects the views of families that want to protect their loved-ones from the Fascist-State or the deranged addcts. The entire situation here has become 'OBSCENE'.

And now America, thanks to George Soros, has become an open-air version of

“Lord of the Flies” being acted out in an artificial state that has long ago passed the nightmares described in George Orwell's “1984” - Yet no one seems to even notice this fundamental change in “LIFE” anywhere in the world today...

 

These children know little about our founding fathers and the development of this Republic.  They have been trained in government schools that this Country is a democracy.   It is not.  It was never intended to be.

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I knew when I was 18 that I didn't know jack shit. Hasn't been all that long ago even. The kids a few years below me, and those who have never left high school have no idea what the 'real world' is like. Especially when one factors in the criminal element. It is getting harder and harder to find any real objective information either, unless ones REALLY goes digging.

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This is just to teach them how pointless it is to engage in activism, and get all that idealism out of their systems early.

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6 hours ago, phxsparks said:

These children know little about our founding fathers and the development of this Republic.  They have been trained in government schools that this Country is a democracy.   It is not.  It was never intended to be.

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I'm seriously thinking about putting together a time capsule. With all the erasing of history going on maybe one day someone will find it and see that their masters are fos.

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the protesting children represent a small percentage of all children.  

I teach and we were encouraged to allow students to share their concerns on that walkout day (though students were not permitted to walkout of my school that day, they were permitted if they chose to go to the cafeteria rather than stay in class those 17 minutes.   In the whole school, only 15 students left their classes. 

My students were concerned about events, but they were also not in favor of removing any rights of people in this country.  They expressed support for more security and stated they would be ok with "some" teachers being allowed to carry weapons, as long as those teachers were properly trained. 

The outcry you see is orchestrated by political groups who had become very comfortable dictating public policy and while their mouthpiece has faded from center-stage, they still feel the right to engage in transformational politics.  The majority needs to start being as politically active as the vocal minorities and eliminating their representation (as it should be)

 

 

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