What Are We Leaving Our Children?
The Common Sense Show
October 5, 2013
Four years ago when this picture was taken of my son and myself, I still held out hope that the alternative media could rescue this country from the tyrants that have hijacked our government. I had this picture made into a poster where it is now displayed just outside my office where I write and broadcast. The picture formerly symbolized the hope that I held out for the next generation. Today, this picture represents what has been lost and what may never be recovered. It also serves as a reminder of my parental responsibility to adequately prepare my son for what lies ahead as he prepares to become an unwilling citizen in the New World Order.
We Cannot Shield Our Children From the Effects of the NWO
Three months ago, I was telling my son about how his late grandfather joined the Navy at a very young age and made a successful career out of it. He stopped me and asked if I would be upset if he did not want to join the military. At that moment, I realized that I had an important decision to make as a parent. Do I tell my son the truth about the facts related to his question, or do I take the approach we often do with our kids and gloss over the truth? I subsequently wrote an article about that conversation and I strongly lamented that I did not feel that I was prepared to parent a child into the New World Order.
Three months later, the challenge of being a father to a child entering the abyss of a world controlled by immoral central bankers has reared its ugly head. Even though my son is only in 7th grade, his academic choices that he makes now, will seriously impact his options in high school. This in turn will shape his college options.
All Education Must Be Practical
My 12 year old son told me he wanted to learn French. French? Are you kidding me? I was shocked and rather than honor his new found initiative, I did not do a very good job of hiding my disappointment. I asked him why he was interested in French and I got a typical kid answer of, “the language sounds cool,” which is reflective of the harmony and cadence of one of the romance languages.