Idiots Parenting our Future
Enough philosophy for a minute, I want to deal a broadside. I've been looking over the history of links to my blog, and I found a little connection which I wanted to share with you.
In the past, I've exchanged some harsh words with A Pixelated Mind for publically stating that he would raise his children vegans. More specifically, I called him a "disgusting fuck". I stand behind these words (and besides, I read more of his blog, and he's an anti-man Greenie through and through, so my disgust is confirmed). Vegan parents are murderers and child abusers, and they should all go to jail without exception.
I've also dealt some harsh words to Christians who brainwash their children into their death cult. I've told them to stop brainwashing children and to leave them the fuck alone. I stand behind these words. Christian parents are murderers and child abusers, and they should all go to jail without exception.
I guess the common thread here is that I hate True Believers who abuse their children, whether they follow the Greenie religion or the Christian religion.
I've never made it any secret that I am against parenting as an institution. I am not unreasonable about it, and I am not against the notion that competent parents should be able to raise their own children. However, if you are a parent and you impose your death values on your children, I consider you one of the worst kinds of scum on this planet. To abuse a child is the most cowardly abuse, the lowest of the low. However, I have the small consolation to know that many of you will suffer some day for what you did - when your children reject you.
Yes, I hate it when other bloggers start talking about politics, and sometimes I just give up on them. Now I am doing the same. If that makes some people stop reading my blog, then so be it. To be honest, I'm not really worried about offending the scum of the Earth.
To relate this to individualism, one can ask : why do children have so little rights in our society ? The obvious answer is that our collectivist societies see no need to give rights to children, who cannot vote and have no money, against parents, who are in the majority. In an ideal individualist world, parenting would be a hard-won privilege, not a universal right, and parents would be at a power disadvantage. But this will probably never happen.