Humanism–the worship of monsters
I keep telling you there’s no one as anti-human as a humanist. Here’s yet another example of it.
One James Dwyer, a law professor at William & Mary College and a big wheel in the family court business, in a recent interview with Michelle Malkin, said there is “no inherent right” to parent one’s own children (http://medicalkidnap.com/2017/09/12/law-professor-attacks-homeschoolers-believes-state-should-choose-parents-for-babies/). Indeed, he went further than that. In this quote, he seems to deny the biological reality of parenthood:
“The reason that parent-child relationship exists is because the state confers legal parenthood on people through its paternity and maternity laws.”
Gee, getting born to someone has nothing to do with it. I didn’t know that! Did you?
In 1994 this blot on the cultural landscape wrote “Debunking the Doctrine of Parents’ Rights,” published by the California Law Review. So you see, he’s not just some kook on a leftid blog. He is a respected member of the legal profession with rather more clout than most.
Oh, and he really hates homeschooling, too. Being educated by your parents, who love you, rather than by strangers and ideologues employed by the state, who are in it for the pension, violates your rights as a child. I don’t quite see that, but then I’m not a prestigious member of the law community.
Again, these people may seem funny, their positions laughable, their self-importance comical. But if they ever acquired the power to do the things they want to us, that wouldn’t be funny at all.
Laugh them off the stage while they’re still funny.