February 25, 2018

And a Child Shall Lead Them; Listening to the Students who say they are too Immature to be listened to

Timothy Birdnow

This article at Canada Free Press hits the nail on the head.

From the article by A. Dru Kristenev"

"Nothing is more glaring than the demand by youth at these rallies, meetings and so-called town halls to impose age limits (21 years old) on the purchase of firearms. This is not to say that background checks or refusal to sell guns to teenagers should be disavowed. What is so foolish in giving children the microphone to erupt with unrestrained emotion, placing blame on inanimate objects rather than social engineering (of which they’ve no clue they are guinea pigs) is that many are unable to see or speak beyond blind hatred; hatred of people and things that they’ve been taught is how one shows love for the less fortunate. Completely upside-down thinking.

Not experienced and mature enough to own and operate a gun, yet they expect others to accept their opinion despite their self-declared immaturity

Inconsistently, students who call for age restrictions to keep someone of their own years from purchasing a gun, expect seasoned members of society to consider them expert witnesses on the issue. The contradiction comes in as they explain that they are not experienced and mature enough to own and operate a gun, yet they expect others to accept their opinion despite their self-declared immaturity. If you say you’re too young to handle a gun, what makes you think you’re not too young to have a rational opinion that older and wiser folks should take seriously?"

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Nobody is making this point, which is excellent and should be obvious when one thinks about it. These children, given absolute moral authority by the media, are to be listened to when they say they aren't mature enough to be listened to.

We should take them at their word and apply their demands first to them. In a sane world where the media actually sought to find logic this is precisely what would happen. But not now; these kids are pawns and aren't wise enough to know it.

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1 The school district has done a fabulous job. Our middle and highschool are hybrid and elementary is full time. I really had my doubts, but kids have had less exposure at school than being at home where many parents are not social distancing. If they were shut like the summer we would see a drastic decrease. Think about when numbers started going up again, it’s when they went back to school instead of online https://pimion.com courses suggested by parents. Many have even suggested children are super spreaders of the virus and it’s likely true, worse they often show little symptoms making it harder to detect and more likely they will pass it on.

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