Parenting Magazine Warns ‘Blond, Cheerful’ Families Dangerous, Likely Right Wing
Parenting magazine Baby & Family has told readers to beware of families who are “inconspicuous” and “cheerful”, as these warning signs indicate they are right wing and thus “dangerous”.
“First of all, [right-wing families] are nice and dedicated” Michaela Köttig, sociologist and researcher of right-wing extremism at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, alleges.
Researcher of right-wing politics, Eva Prausner, says a huge danger of right-wing families is that they seem normal.
Because of this, she says many parents will already have established good relations with them to the point that they “are no longer marginalised and at worst, get support”.
Despite asserting that such children are not outspoken, the “experts” wheeled out by the magazine warn that a sinister aspect of right-wing parenting is that they instil self-confidence in their progeny.
Köttig explains that right-wing families are not unlike ordinary families in that they teach their own values. The important difference with extreme right-wing groups, however, is that these values are “strongly geared at Germanic customs and traditions”.
The left’s ideology is bad enough. But just as bad is their perpetual sour pus attitude, and their jihad against happy people and happiness. And all of this is in spite of the fact that they win most political battles and are running things most of the way and get their way more often than not. What a bunch of sore winners.
Prausner says “right-wing kids” are aware that they should keep their family lives private, but she adds that a telltale sign of right-wing extremism is that there are usually no American logos on their parents’ clothing.