December 24, 2018
Is there no organization that is safe from the subversion?
Short answer: no.
The Girl Scouts says parents could be giving their daughters the “wrong idea about consent and physical affection” during the holidays when they encourage hugging family members.
As families gather for the holidays, gender stereotypes are often reinforced. Don’t fall for it. https://t.co/4PwXUKdL1L
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) December 21, 2018
The organization is cautioning parents that suggesting to a child that she give a thank-you hug to a relative for a gift may plant the seed that she owes sexual favors later on in her life when someone takes her to dinner.
The group states:
Think of it this way, telling your child that she owes someone a hug either just because she hasn’t seen this person in a while or because they gave her a gift can set the stage for her questioning whether she “owes” another person any type of physical affection when they’ve bought her dinner or done something else seemingly nice for her later in life.
Dr. Andrea Bastiani Archibald, the Girl Scouts’ developmental psychologist, explains that lessons about physical boundaries learned while young will affect girls’ feelings about themselves later on in life.
“The notion of consent may seem very grown-up and like something that doesn’t pertain to children,” Archibald says. “Plus, sadly, we know that some adults prey on children, and teaching your daughter about consent early on can help her understand her rights, know when lines are being crossed, and when to go to you for help.”
The Girl Scouts advises parents to allow their daughters to take the lead in deciding if they want to hug family members. While the organization says it is not encouraging rudeness toward relatives, ultimately Girl Scout leaders are counseling parents to allow their children to make the choice.
So much to unpack there.
First off, if you’ve got sexual predators in your family, I have no idea why you would invite them to Christmas or Thanksgiving or any other holiday where you’re there with your family to relax and bond.
The whole point of holiday celebrations is to create those bonds that are necessary for any community to flourish.
Like, imagine you’re in some far-flung northern village in Scandinavia. You’ve got to work together with your extended family and your friends to survive the harsh winter. You throw feasts on special days to share food, and share company and to bond with one another so that you can feel chummy enough to work together.
You don’t invite enemies and freaks to share your hearth/mess hall/family home/wigwam – that would defeat the point.
Which is why it is bizarre that all of a sudden you have the fuckin’ Girl Scouts chief shrink telling America that they have to have a conversation about boundaries and consent when it comes to introducing your daughter to her nana or grammy or gran’mama who will want to squeeze her cheeks and give her a big hug and bake her treats.
Let’s face it—cringeworthy comments may happen during holiday gatherings. Don’t pass the sweet the potatoes and let them slide. https://t.co/3xGtSvq9Er
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) December 23, 2018
Inherent in this… advice(?) is the assumption that your family is just like any other stranger or some random refu-nigger that you’ve invited into your household from the street.
The idea that you have different rules for the other as opposed to your own is under attack, subtly and overtly by kikes and mentally-ill shabbos goyim.
Basically, the Girl Scouts leadership is assuming that there aren’t a different set of standards that should apply to family and to strangers.
When granny hugs you so hard that your eyes feel like they’re going to pop out of your sockets, and when you get a slap on the back and a ruffle of the hair from your uncle or grandpa, that’s apparently the same as if a dude at the bus stop reeking of weed and cigarettes were to do the same.
“Advice” like this is used to push kids away from their family, by telling them that it is weird or not ok to be closer and have a different set of rules with some people as opposed to others.
Treating the whole world equally, which amounts to treating the whole world as strangers bound by laws and contracts destroys communities, clans and families, which by their very nature operate under a different and parallel set of rules. And this is done by the Jews because they don’t want the goyim to have a parallel set of loyalties and values. They want everyone listening to the media and the law-makers, not to the advice of their great-auntie or grandpa (who is a no good racist bigot!).
Now, the Girl Scouts used to be about teaching girls important life skills that modern worker-parents were no longer able to pass on because of either time constraints or just lack of knowledge.
Which is not, on the face of it, a bad idea.
However, I could write an entire post about how all of these civic organizations like Boy Scouts or even grade school even in their non-kiked original forms are akshully bad because they outsource the responsibility for raising the kids from the parents, the extended family and the clan to the State.
More specifically, it is a form of extreme specialization by advanced societies that want to free up the mother and father to work more. The State begins to provide scaled-up child-rearing services that also can be used to form a wedge between children and their families. And I know that most parents nowadays don’t really care that Marxist leaders in every single civic organization ranging from school to the Girl Scouts are teaching their kids to hate their parents, abandon traditional values and hate their extended tribe (i.e. their race).
Whether your girl wants to wear a tux to a school dance, dye her hair blue, or dress in all black with heavy eyeliner, support her individuality and celebrate her creativity. 🎉https://t.co/MT1CnTOhlS
— Girl Scouts (@girlscouts) December 18, 2018
But if they did, they would adjust their habits accordingly.
Instead of abrogating their parental responsibilities, parents that gave a shit would spend more time with their kids, less time at work, less time with the Girl Scouts and more time with granny.