I often wonder what the world will be like a century from now, or even twenty years along. I'm observing that the government children's prison system and the media are seem to be doing everything they can imagine to keep children from full adulthood--by de-emphasizing the need for personal responsibility and critical thinking, and many other activities to which man (in Dirty Lab lingo, man is an abbreviation of human, which is a species of critter that has a female sex--woman--and a male sex--man--and is inclusive) must attend if he's to even begin to fulfill his potential. One can only conclude that the individuals who operate these institutions want to see mankind stunted and mentally/psychologically crippled to remain a sort of world of children throughout their lives.
Another trait these elitists are trying to destroy is that of defiance. As I've mentioned in the past, the only reason for this is that the elitists want a subdued, compliant populace to follow quietly along the elitists' path toward a new feudalism. Most of us are already in the mindset of serfdom already, after decades of conditioning and propagandizing. We can see it wherever we go.
Since the children's prisons seem to be teaching mainly compliance and subservience. Any teaching of that which is necessary for children to become adults must come from the parents. In addition, it has to be hoped that there's some spark of individualism left with the parents, they already having been bathed in humanity-robbing propaganda during their own school years. One bit of evidence that young people are failing to reach adulthood is the relatively common phenomenon of adult children living in their parents' homes well into legal adulthood--presumably with their teddy bears.
The failings of many of today's parents include the inability or lack of desire to:
- Teach their children the work ethic.
- Teach critical thinking.
- Teach time management.
- Be parents.
- Teach children to dress properly.
- Teach children common courtesy.
- Teach them to defend themselves.
- Never allowing them to be alone.
- Never letting them set their own goals.
- Never letting them achieve their goals on their own.
- Never letting them achieve self reliance.
- Never letting them have adventures.
- Letting them walk to the places they go.
- Letting them go to a public rest room by themselves.
- Letting them go to summer camp without their cell phones.
- Letting them find work, earn money and spend it as they will, on their own.
Years ago, I had a job in which I hired kids. I'm not sure if that could still happen today. I tried to instill in them responsibility and pride in a job well done. I tried to teach them to make change properly--something the children's prison hadn't done. We didn't have cash registers with pictures on the keys in gas stations back then.
They'll have kids of their own by now. I hope a little of what I tried to teach stuck.
The road to serfdom is all downhill.