Saturday, April 6, 2013

MSNBC Host Brainwashes Her Child - Has Her Regurgitate Material on TV

Like a hostage that is forced to read the card while on camera -

An MSNBC host, not satisfied with having brainwashed her own daughter with grossly distorted simplifications of marriage, displayed the 7 year-old on TV and guided her through the motions of coughing up what had been forced on her.

“ 'What if you were in love with a girl? Would you marry a girl?” Balls asks her daughter.

The little girl seems to be well versed in New York law, as she replies by saying girls can marry girls and boys can marry boys in New York but not in other places.

“And that’s good because you want people to be able to marry who they are in love with, right?” Ball nudged.

Ball went on to explain how “strange” it was that other states haven’t decided to allow gay marriage.

“They should change that, shouldn’t they?” Ball says"

The video hides nothing. The poor kid has not only been subjected to brainwashing by her own mother, but has been force-fed specifics of state laws on marriages, both for real and fake ones.

I assume that there must be a psychological term for the mother's motivations. Our society has allowed morality to collapse. People feel their guilt whether or not they admit it to themselves. To make up for the deficit, they take on the causes of others, even if these are just as bad as that which caused the twang of guilt in the first place. To offer another explanation, in order to deal with one's guilt, we then make it easier for others to do what they should not; that way we can rest content that we are no different from everyone else.

I have a family member who has repeatedly and terribly wronged his/her spouse. As the vicious treatment of the spouse progressed or escalated, the family member delved deeper and deeper into Leftist thought. Not only were domestic campaigns like fake marriages for gays at the top of the list, but other Leftist favorites such as that of the Arabs who, years back, took the title of Palestinian. Hearing what my son's cousin was being told by a parent about the situation on Israel and the Arab territories, I thought to myself that the poor kid may as well have been reading Haaretz or the New York Times. If my son had not taken the time to help him out, the kid may in time have become as shot-out as the one that was serving up the drivel.

This is unfortunately how things go in our current climate; we eagerly participate in the decline of virtue and morality, help others do the same, insist that everyone else accept any and all behavior as good, and then tell ourselves that we are proud of our work.

We (Not all of us, but far too many) kill the unborn (And with births following botched abortions, the already born*), engage in spouse-swapping, give our kids condoms and tell them to be careful, screw over our coworkers and those with whom we do business, generally abandon our God, etc.

What do we do to make up for these? Tell ourselves that we believe in carbon-induced climate change, tell our kids that it is OK to live together, deny farmers in Ca. water for irrigation for a Delta Smelt, and to really feel like we have done well, shake a fist at God by using the legislative process to to put a false but official-appearing label on play-acted marriages. In regards to the latter, even some clergy have jumped on this bandwagon.


 That poor child has many years of mal-education ahead of her, both by her mother and by the school system. 

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