Social Engineering and “Family Policy”
Government “Failing” to Replace Parents – Urged to Try Harder
Canada’s child care is failing, OECD says
www.globeandmail.com, Oct 25 ’04
“The report calls on the federal and provincial governments to draft a coherent vision for a publicly funded, universal system of early-childhood learning and care, based on the latest social science, with hard and fast steps, benchmarks, time frames and budgets for putting into place a program in every province that would be the cornerstone of Canadian family policy.”
Why does the government have a “family policy”? Each family should have its own policy.
Is anyone noticing this? Does anybody question this kind of talk? This is the most blatant continuing effort to undermine the role of the family. Didn’t all of this end with the fall of Communism? The government is failing in so many ways to “care” for other peoples’ children – they are “bored” and the workers don’t let the kids outside – but the solution is what? “Draft a coherent vision” so they can more effectively undermine the responsibility of parents. “How dare you have ho-hum day care that lets the kids think their parents are still in charge?”
Oh, I’m sorry – I just said “day care”, but of course the correct term, comrades, is “child care” because “day” implies some kind of LIMITATION on non-parental control.
Parents must reconsider their lifestyles and priorities and think hard about ways they can avoid letting the government determine how their own children are raised. It is the natural role of parents to care for their children. If some day care is necessary, the parents should be in the role of determining its nature privately and not the government.
You may disagree with me, but the government does not have the right to interfere in private lives no matter what you think – except for vicious criminality. Maybe you want it to run your life, but you also want to push it on others too, don’t you?
Also, why is it the business of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to recommend anything to the government of a sovereign nation? They talk about all the European countries who have moved along their Orwellian track so well and present them as examples for Canada to emulate. Can’t we limit this intrusiveness to our own country without taking part in global-scale tyranny? Please, sir, can we have our Brave New World reduced in size just a little?