Sweden seems to have one of the cruelest and overreaching governments in the world today. The story of Domenic Johansson is heartbreaking. Please read his and his parents story and act on their behalf by letting others know what the Swedish authorities have done to this family. Friends of Domenic Johansson.
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I followed a link on my Facebook page to this article this morning: German Homeschoolers Seek Asylum in Canada. I ended up getting an account with this Canadian news outlet just so that I could join the debate. My platform is home school freedom for all. I found myself trying to help out my new German friend, Wilhelm, who was doing a pretty good job expressing himself even though his command of the English language is not perfect. Well, his English is better than my German which I only had two years of in college.
Wilhelm was defending a German family who is seeking asylum in Canada. I wish them luck with that considering the opinions I encountered on the news site. The general consensus at that time was that “there are no human rights’ violations in Germany.” Really?
I disagree. In Germany it is against the law to home school. I wonder who made that rule? Oh! It was this guy named Hitler. Ever heard of him? I think maybe he was a great defender of human rights. No? Oh yeah. I remember who he was. Didn’t he try to annihilate every Jew on this planet? Jews and anyone else he deemed unfit. Yeah, he made home schooling illegal because he wanted to control what the German children learned. Indoctrinate them with the government’s ideas in other words. Oh sure, he’s not in charge anymore and everyone knows that the government always, always, always knows what is best for its citizens. Yes, every government only always has the best in mind for its citizens’ children. Good benevolent governments. Yes. No, no they don’t. No one loves or cares for my children like I love and care for my children. My government does not love and care for my children; if they did they would not have put our nation into debt where economic collapse is guaranteed to happen in my children’s lifetime.
I finally had enough of that website and had to leave Wilhelm to debate the Canadians by himself. I had to go make lunch for my family because that’s what I do. The government doesn’t come and do that for me and I don’t want it to either. That’s my whole point. My family is my family. They are my responsibility, not my government’s responsibility. I think that should be a universal right for all families. That’s why I signed the Parental Rights Amendment.
After lunch I checked Facebook again. I have to stop doing that! I found this article: U.S. Government Supports the Persecution of German Homeschoolers. I tell you what, after reading that article I wanted to break the ICE. I am not surprised actually. I feel sorry for this other German family. I hope ICE melts on this one and doesn’t win its appeal.