Germany has a history of getting its citizens to turn against one another. One of the ways in which Hitler obtained and maintained control over the country in the 1930s and 1940s, was to create a terror-state where people were too afraid to disobey Nazi laws. This climate of fear was fostered through bullying and intimidation, particularly by the Nazi secret police, the Gestapo, who had a web of more than 150,000 informants spread across the country. Since neither the Gestapo nor their informants wore uniforms, nobody knew who they were, and people lived in a constant state of terror that they were being spied upon by their friends and neighbors.
A disturbing recent report by Germany’s largest newspaper, BILD, seems to indicate that the country may once again be headed down the road to fear and intimidation. Outraged parents have accused the Family Ministry, a cabinet-level ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany, of funding a brochure for kindergarten teachers which encourages kids to spy on their supposedly “right-wing” parents.
And what constitutes “right-wing” parents, according to this brochure? People who teach their children that adopting their natural gender is normal, or who don’t encourage their Christian children to wear the Muslim hijab. (Related: FACT CHECK: “Nazi” stands for “national socialism” and Adolf Hitler was a radical Left-wing fascist, not a “far right” leader.)
The 60-page brochure was co-funded by the Family Ministry and an anti-racism and hate speech watchdog organization called the Amadeu Antonio Foundation (AAS). While it appears to provide some good advice regarding how teachers can handle parents or other teachers who make racist or anti-refugee statements in front of children, or who directly attack refugees in the school environment, it has caused controversy for the way in which it encourages kids to inform against their own parents.
It has also sparked outrage among conservative Christian families who refuse to make their daughters wear the hijab or who teach their children that keeping their assigned biological gender is normal.
One particular description of two children whose parents supposedly belonged to a local right-wing group was particularly disturbing because it portrayed children adopting natural gender roles as being a “right-wing” trait.
“The girl wears dresses and braids, she is directed to do house work at home, while the boy faces strong physical challenges and drills,” states the manual, as if that is a bad thing.
The AAS denied that it had portrayed such characteristics as “right wing,” before complaining about receiving hundreds of “hate phone calls” from outraged Germans in response to the story.
As reported by Alpha History, Hitler had a vision for Germany which placed great emphasis on the importance of children. He believed that children should be instilled with a strong sense of community and purpose and used schools to fill their minds with twisted beliefs about racial purity.
Alpha History reported:
Education became a critical tool for the Nazis. The NSDAP government used the state education system to disseminate Nazi ideology, enhance loyalty to Hitler and prepare millions of German boys for military service. … Teachers of Jewish origin, liberal or socialist political beliefs were bullied and frog-marched out of the profession. Non-Nazi teachers were pressured to join the Nationalsozialistischer Lehrerbund or face losing their jobs. As the Nazis infiltrated schools they shaped the curriculum to convey their own values and political beliefs. At the forefront of the Nazi syllabus was racial education, ‘enlightening’ children about Aryan supremacy and the despicable traits of untermensch (sub-human people and races). (Related: Left-wing media pushing transgender children propaganda on daytime television.)
We all know where Hitler’s policies and educational indoctrination finally led. Let’s hope that history is not about to repeat itself in a country that is once again experiencing extreme social upheaval. Learn more about the Orwellian tactics of globalist governments at Orwellian.news.
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