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Fascist Government Begins in the Home

February 15, 2013

I believe that children who grow up in abusive homes learn quickly how our system of government works. I also believe that one of the reasons I became such an anti-government activist is because in a way I was also fighting against the abusive parents I had to grow up with.

I also believe that nations where there is an increase in the number of dysfunctional and abusive families tend to be the nations that are the most fascist such as Nazi Germany and the Fourth Reich United Soviet States of Absurdistan (USSA).

The only abuse I believe we dont get in dysfunctional homes is in regards to the tax system. But for those of you who do want to ensure that your kids learn about our wonderful tax system, here is what you can do.

When your child is a little older, you can teach him about our tax system in a way that is easy to grasp. Offer him, say, $10 to mow the lawn. When he has mowed it and asks to be paid, withhold $5 and explain that this is income tax. Give $1 to his younger brother, and tell him that this is “fair.” Also, explain that you need the other $4 yourself to cover the administrative costs of dividing the money. When he cries, tell him he is being “selfish” and “greedy.” Later in life he will thank you.

Now the other lessons about how our government works can be learned quite easily just by growing up in an abusive family. For example in an abusive family they make as many rules as possible. Leave the reasons for them obscure. Enforce them arbitrarily. Accuse the child of breaking rules they have never told them about. Keep them anxious that they may be violating commands that haven’t yet been issued. Instill in them the feeling that rules are utterly irrational. This abusive dysfunctional home prepares them for living under a democratic government.

When your child has matured sufficiently to understand how the judicial system works, set a bedtime for him and then send him to bed an hour early. When he tearfully accuses you of breaking the rules, explain that you made the rules and you can interpret them in any way that seems appropriate to you, according to changing conditions. This will prepare him for the Supreme Court’s concept of the U.S. Constitution as a “living document.”

Another lesson naturally learned about government under abusive parents is when they promise often to take their children to the movies or the zoo, and then, at the appointed hour, recline in an easy chair with a newspaper and tell them they have changed plans. When they scream, “But you promised!,” it would be nice if the abusive parent explained that it was a campaign promise, but some abusive parents are much better at teaching fascist dictatorial government. What they do with an outburst like “but you promised” is assault the child. This instills fear, hurts them physically, psychologically and traumatizes them from ever questioning these abusive parents. This the government does through its “law enforcement” goons who probably grew up in an abusive household themselves. Probably had a sadistic father and now they have “joined the force” not to protect and serve but to serve you up some of that abuse they received. And they want to take your guns away.

Every now and then, without warning, an abusive parent slaps their child. This is the preemptive strike we learned so well from our great former president George Bush.

At times your child will naturally express discontent with your methods. He may even give voice to a petulant wish that he lived with another family. To forestall and minimize this reaction, tell him how lucky he is to be with you the most loving and indulgent parent in the world, and recount lurid stories of the cruelties of other parents. This will make him loyal to you and, later, receptive to schoolroom claims that the North America of the postmodern welfare state is still the best and freest country on Earth.

This brings me to the most important child-rearing technique of all: lying. This goes on incessantly in all abusive households just like in the government. They lie to their children constantly. Teaching them that words mean nothing – or rather that the meanings of words are continually “evolving,” and may be tomorrow the opposite of what they are today.

Some readers may object that this is a poor way to raise a child. A few may even call it child abuse. But that’s the whole point: Child abuse is the best preparation for adult life under our form of GOVERNMENT. And I make the point that in nation-states where dysfunctional abusive families is rampant, those are the nation-states with the most fascist government. Now if you believe the statement by Virginia Satir that 98% of all North American families are dysfunctional, well, doesnt it make sense we have the most fascist government on the planet?


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