The Rise of the Daycare Generation

This is a rather long dissertation, if that’s the right word, but it leads to the crux of the issues being faced by today’s SJW snowflakes and mindless liberals.

I listened to it while going about my kitchen business and I urge you to do the same. There’s nothing to look at so just hit play, turn it up, listen and absorb what this man says. He’s not a “genius”, so he claims, but he speaks the truth and nails where society when wrong. He also explains why these kids are so messed-up, (and he’s right, it’s not really their fault things are as they are).

My advice: Turn it on, turn it up and go about your business but LISTEN to what he says. I know it’s a scary prospect but he’ll make you THINK….shudder the thought, right?

~Your thoughts….if any?

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9 Responses to The Rise of the Daycare Generation

  1. WOW hard core truth!

  2. Adrienne says:

    I really like Stefan and will listen to this later. Daycare, pre-school, and all the abominations the libtards have come up with are most assuredly not good for children. I also include W’s “No child left behind” which has been proven to not work.

    I remember when I was a little girl my mom saying how sad it was that little children had to be bundled up in the dead of winter and dragged off to some germ factory of a daycare. It didn’t matter if they were not feeling well or had a bad night and were tired. Off they went. Now this was during the 50’s when the whole concept of daycare got rolling.

    Most parents who claim it’s a necessity for mom to work are kidding themselves. When you factor in the expense of a woman working outside the home, if they’d give up the house they can’t really afford or the 40K car, mom could easily stay home and raise her kids.

    • Under the misguided guise of wanting “better for their kids”, folks, in truth, neglect those kids for that illusive “better”, meaning more. And, in the end, those kids despise and resent THEM for what they, supposedly got FOR them.
      Perhaps folks should focus, instead, on “happy and healthy” rather than that greedy “better”.
      People “want” for the wrong reasons.

  3. Yes, it certainly is. Put’s it all into perspective, too.

    The problem I have, however, is that, once one is of the “age of reason” one can define one’s own path. These “creatures” seem not to even want this. Maybe this parental absence has far more reaching effects than can be seen or assessed.

    I know folks who’ve had only one parent and they’re nothing like these morons. Perhaps it’s not only parental absence or genetics. Perhaps it’s also their environment, their piers.
    So many factors, so much damage…

  4. Uriel says:

    This is a video that should be broken down slightly. There is a lot of truth in it to absorb. Actually as a young educator, I was taught “play” was a massive need. By the time I began teaching however the government took over more and more. The rat and chimpanzee study he mentioned was highly interesting and certainly sounds more like young people today in its scope.

    Anyway. I stopped at about 40 min. then on to more in a bit.

    Fantastic find Hadenough, take a bow.

  5. vonMesser says:

    VERY interesting. I think I agree with a great deal of this.