VIDEO: MSNBC’s Host – ‘We Have To Break Through Our Private Idea That Kids Belong To Their Parents’
Last year Melissa Harris-Perry, a political science professor at Tulane University, took a page out of history, an incorporated a new progressive twist by announcing “We have to break through our private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families.”
And although the idea may seem absurd, history on the contrary proves us wrong and perhaps not at all absurd, given the fact that within the last 7-years we’ve witnessed a steady march towards an unbridled attempt by this administration to control almost all aspect of our lives, so why not our children?
Perhaps an excerpt from Bill Chandler’s poem “Obamapool Reflections”, say sit best
". . . Common core is what to teach, Hamas will tell them what to preach. IRS is who they’ll pay, Obamacare? I’ll just delay. Al will help us with the heat, Michelle will tell them what to eat. My Dad will dictate what to hear, And I will tell them what to fear. . ."
Harris-Perry goes on to explain that kids belong to whole communities, and once we realize this we’ll make “better investments” in government indoctrination of children.
Narrating a new MSNBC “Lean Forward” spot, the Tulane professor laments that we in America “haven’t had a very collective notion that these are our children.” “We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to their communities,” Harris-Perry argued.
And although this idea may sound like another “half-baked” progressive theory, in truth its roots have been well documented.
In 1923 Kurt Gruber, a 21-year-old law student joined the Nazi Party, he was a skilled community organizer, and introduced the first Hitler Youth style movement. He introduced uniforms featuring a brown shirt and black shorts and a unique arm band with a Nazi swastika minus the white circular background.
Hitler was so impressed by Gruber's zeal and organizational talent. The Greater German Youth Movement under Gruber became the official youth organization of the Nazi Party.