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A Despotism over the Mind

In Germany homeschooling is forbidden by law.

The German law against homeschooling is essentially unchanged from the one passed in 1938. That law, the Reichsschulpflichtgesetz1, specifically outlawed homeschooling. It was “the first general regulation {against it} in the German Reich without exceptions and with criminal consequences in case of contraventions.”2 It is a law enforced with the might of the German state against individual families and communities. The current law is just as unyielding as the 1938 law: “without exceptions and with criminal consequences.”

There is no valid way out of what education has become in Germany. This is in high contrast to the freedom the vast majority of the world’s population has in regards to homeschooling. In other countries, when parents are concerned about even just the environment at school, they can take on the extra effort to educate their children themselves. They have the freedom to love their children in this extraordinary way.

A 2012 report from the National Center for Education Statistics (IES) in the United States, for example, sought to find out why parents homeschool their children. 91% of those parents agreed with this statement: “You are concerned about the school environment, such as safety, drugs, or negative peer pressure?” This dwarfed every other reason, including moral and spiritual instruction.

Clearly homeschooling parents see themselves free to function in one of the most vital responsibilities of a parent, watching over the safety and well-being of their children. In Germany, parents do not have this freedom—they have no power to respond to negative influences in school. Not even to profoundly negative influences. Not even to rape and other forms of sexual assault. Not to anything at all.

So what education has become in Germany should cause everyone to want to take their children out of government controlled schools. This somewhat lengthy post exposes the tip of the iceberg of social engineering that compulsory education has become in Germany.

What is then, the primary purpose of compulsory education? According to the English philosopher, John Stuart Mill:

A general State education is a mere contrivance for molding people to be exactly like one another, and the mold in which it casts them is that which pleases the predominant power in the government, whether this be a monarch, a priesthood, an aristocracy, or the majority of the existing generation.
 
In proportion as it is efficient and successful, it establishes a despotism over the mind, leading by natural tendency to one over the body.3

As we lift the curtain, just a little bit, on the despotism the “predominant power” is establishing in Germany over the minds and bodies of the rising generation, we will see something startling. Germany is the actual application of Aldous Huxley’s visionary Brave New World to state policy. All of goals of that power can be accomplished only in a totally conformed and controlled society.

In very disturbing words

a prominent German sociologist relates what a parent personally related to her that a leading Bavarian representative of Caritas said. Before we quote Gabriell Kuby’s words, let us consider what Caritas is. From the main, international website of Caritas Internationalis, we learn that it is a relief organization whose aims are “ending poverty, promoting justice and restoring dignity.”

The English description of the German Caritas organization gives you an idea of its impressive size and power:

GermanCaritasThe social work of Caritas in Germany is organised and coordinated by 27 diocesan Caritas organisations guided by its headquarter in the city of Freiburg. Caritas has more than half a million staff working in Germany and about half a million volunteers.

What did a leading representative of such an impressive organization, totalling a million people4, tell parents in Bavaria?

In Kindergarten, what is Normal and allowed ?

After sexual assaults by children on children in a Bavarian kindergarten, a leading representative of “Caritas” informed worried parents that children have a right to sexuality, masturbation and “playing doctor”. Trying out sexual intercourse would be normal and should be allowed.5

Did you notice the difference in the words used? What a profound difference of, well, let’s call it perspective — what a profound difference of perspective. The parents are concerned about sexual assault, and the welfare agency responds by saying children have a right to sexuality in kindegarten. Yes, this is Germany. Consider the words of the Caritas representative carefully: it’s just normal experimentation.

Why do the parents speak of assault, then? Of course, you say to yourself, “They talked to their little girl, and she was traumatized by what happened to her.” But a leading representative of one of the largest organizations in Germany calls it normal, allowed behavior? Two very different perspectives, aren’t they?

And how did it happen in school — in kindergarten — anyway?

“In words strikingly similar to a passage in Brave New World, one German parent wrote:

There is a new law that all children should be taught about sex from the age of 6 years old and up. They should be around other children (naked, of course) and experience this “new” feeling and surrounding. In every school and Kindergarten there should be a room set aside just for this.

As Huxley saw it in Chapter 3 of Brave New World:

OUTSIDE, in the garden, it was playtime. Naked in the warm June sunshine, six or seven hundred little boys and girls were running with shrill yells over the lawns, or playing ball games, or squatting silently in twos and threes among the flowering shrubs…

From a neighbouring shrubbery emerged a nurse, leading by the hand a small boy, who howled as he went. An anxious-looking little girl trotted at her heels.”What’s the matter?” asked the Director.

The nurse shrugged her shoulders. “Nothing much,” she answered. “It’s just that this little boy seems rather reluctant to join in the ordinary erotic play. I’d noticed it once or twice before. And now again to-day. He started yelling just now…And so,” she went on, turning back to the Director, “I’m taking him in to see the Assistant Superintendent of Psychology. Just to see if anything’s at all abnormal.”

“Quite right,” said the Director. “Take him in. You stay here, little girl,” he added, as the nurse moved away with her still howling charge.

One day the groups in Germany—and in many other nations marching down this path—will be as large as Huxley envisioned. Why not?

So just whose dignity is the esteemed organization “Caritas” protecting? Have they forgotten their mandate, their reason for existing? They are certainly not protecting the dignity of the little girls in Bavaria.

Is this their vision of justice? Is this what Caritas think should happen in kindergarten? Well, yes, it is.

This is a new world dawning. To its adherents, and they are many, gender equality is the greatest light that has ever shown on humanity. Or of darkness falling upon the land…depending on how you look at. One thing for sure, times, they are a changing.

Parental Consent?

(Or does the Basic Law not Matter Anymore?)

Were the parents asked whether this was all right? They would be in any society that respected families and the authority of parents. Is this the “special protection of marriage and family” that Article 6, paragraphs 1-2 of the Basic Law mandate? Or is this the redefinition of marriage and the family?

Is this the inviolable dignity of man the government has vowed to protect in Article 1, paragraph 1 of the Basic Law? Is this the peace and justice of Article 1, paragraph 2? So the Basic Law of Germany bows down before gender equality and gender mainstreaming.

Allowing and promoting such behavior is very bad, unethical, and immoral experimentation with people’s entire lives! But for sure Caritas, like all government-funded organizations in Germany, is on the cutting edge of “gender mainstreaming.”6 They can’t be anywhere else—it’s official government policy—a “universal guiding principle” for the Federal Republic of Germany.

What is being cut away here, in the little assaults, rapes, and the general desensitization at school? Human dignity is—and all sense of children growing up in a protected environment where there is justice. Imagine an adult telling a parent sexual assaults on their children at school are normal and should be allowed. What do such people tell themselves when they put their head on the pillow at night?

Now put yourself in the place of those parents who raise their little boys and girls trusting that the government that educates them is going to protect them and only allow them to experience what is in their best interests as much as humanly possible.

What kind of conversation do they have when their little girl comes home crying as she tries to describe what happened to her in school that day? What do her parents tell her when they realize that she was raped?

Are they really going to tell her…

That’s normal, honey, the Caritas representative told me it might happen.

Consider this: what do they tell her when she comes home and says a group of boys attacked her? If one child assaulting another is “normal and should be allowed”, why isn’t a group assault normal, too? 

Who’s to say what’s right and wrong in this brave new world? Be assured of this: it’s not the parents!

Where will the parents of Germany draw the line in the global sexual revolution they are the guinea pigs for? To their credit, some parents in Germany are starting to cry out, “The state is going too far.” Of course, it’s not really them that are the test animals. They just have to suffer the humiliation and shame of face when they allow such things happen to their children. It’s their children who are being revolutionized.

But be sure of this, they will send their children back to school the next day. They really have no choice. If they don’t the teacher will call the Jugendamt who will make sure they go to school. If they are actually brave enough to keep their children at home, to keep them safe from harm, the judges and social services will make sure that their children continue to be subject to such radical experimentation. The future of Germany is at stake. (The future they envision for Germany.) They will come and get the child. We know.

It’s their children who are the unwilling raw materials for the production of the new humanity. They are being subject to social engineering at a level of intrusiveness into the hearts and lives, into the most private places, of children and families—that surpasses anything any totalitarian regime has ever attempted.

Its ultimate effect will be tremendous destruction in the inner make-up of humanity as we have known it.

And that, of course, is the intention. 

Imagine, we in the Twelve Tribes have our children ripped away from us for disciplining them and for not sending them to public school. We should be applauded for preserving their dignity and their innocence. But those are the targets the state aims at, and the law now allows no parents to get in the way of the state’s weapons of control and coercion, or avoid its brutal goal of indoctrination.

 

 

 

  1. Reich schul pflicht gesetz translates as the “compulsory school law of the Third Reich.
  2. E-mail from Dr. Thomas Spiegler, Department of Sociology, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany, to Aaron Martin, Student, University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law (Apr. 9, 2009, 06:59:30 MST).
  3. J.S. Mill, “On Liberty” (Walter Scott Publishing Co., London, 1901), p.201-202
  4. That’s one out of every eighty-one people in Germany!
  5. Gabriell Kuby says this was a “personal testimony reported to (her), the author” by one of the parents of Bavaria. She wrote about the incident in November, 2008. . .what’s been happening in the six years since then?
  6. Their website says they receive public aid moneys from the EU and in Germany, from federal, state, county, and municipal sources. Öffentliche Zuschüsse…translates as “Public Aid from the EU, federal, state, city or municipalities.”

    finanzierung-caritas-ueberblick

    One can only presume that all these important government agencies and officials agree with the “leading representative” quoted above.