(07-03-2014, 03:22 PM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:
(07-03-2014, 01:26 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: The main reason why there are so many "absentee parents" and so many improperly raised and disciplined and emotionally attention starved children who grow up with no respect and so much hate is because of damn "Inflation" forcing both parents to leave their home to work while strangers raise their kids and thats a seriously f###ed up problem for a society trapped and lost in greed driven denial...
(07-02-2014, 03:04 AM)the white ribbon Wrote: she got a warning? thats fekked up.. she should be in jail..
i dont think he would be the hero of the playground, maybe for some guys he would..
Absentee parents make these kids starved for attention and if this kid was getting it on that often it doesn't sound like he was that strictly supervised.
The insidiously pre-arranged and relentlessly unleashed upon us agenda of crushing the middle class out of existence in order for tptb to create a society of mega wealthy masters and drugged up and dumbed down slaves exactly how every damn country thats ever existed or ever will exist on earth has ended up being sooner or later...
So the "family unit" the one damn thing that has managed to keep our crumbling civilization half glued together is being intentionally exterminated as the evil New World Order of the Royal Bloodline Elites strangles itself around our throats...
I see your point, but disagree. Plenty of families could afford to have one person stay home. Unfortunately, one would have to take time off whatever career track they've been running on and two, it's a lot harder to keep up with the Joneses.
Also, some emotionally starved kids have parents that don't necessarily work, they're just uninvolved. So many times I've been to some restaurant and the kid is trying to talk and mom is busy with her phone, not listening or even that interested. Or stay-at-home moms who use the TV as a baby-sitter and go on about their lives.
Many weirdo victims come from rich families or live in 'nice' suburban neighbourhoods. Parents may plead poverty but often it's a matter of priorities. If people don't put their own kids number one, why is there a wider social expectation to do so?