To Whom Do You Trust Your Children?

Most parents are burdened with long work hours just to make ends meet; 8 – 10 hours a day five of seven days, plus some drive time.  The answer is surrogates – people who take your place when you are unavailable.

What criteria do you use to evaluate or contract with them?  Government schools are surrogates which now offer breakfast to children who need to arrive early due to the parent’s schedule, and those kids spend as much as eleven hours a day five days every week at school.

If you’re six to twelve-years old and spending that much time with people, it could lead to problems.  For instance, what if those people with whom you are saddled happen to see the world differently than your parents, and there’s no harmony between them and your parents world view?

What if the parents are Christian conservatives, and the school people are anti-Christ leftists?  Who’s going to win the war for the minds and hearts of the kids?  When parents finally pick their kids up at the end of the day, they are tired and want to go home and “veg out”, and the kids get glued to the TV or their smart phones.  Meanwhile those teachers and school administrators (indoctrination artists) have been fresh and full of energy indoctrinating your kids all day!

The kids are taught “sex education”, or more accurately, self-gratification of whatever you want to do.  Some of those in responsibility also happen to be pedophiles (people who impose themselves sexually through physical and psychological means on children – those under the age of 18).

The kids and parents are at an extreme disadvantage, while the state educrats definitely have a very powerful and influential upper hand which they use diligently.

– Pen

Pensamiento Peligroso writes the truth as he sees it, and if it upsets you, then it makes you think!

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