Elon Musk: “They Are NOT Your Kids”


One of the principles of communism is to destroy the nuclear family.

The government wants to oust the parents and own the kids of a nation.

The White House on Monday made the dubious claim that the government owns the kids.

“These are our kids,” Joe Biden read.

“These are our neighbors. Not somebody else’s kids; they’re all our kids,” Biden’s message continued.

The message accompanied a tweet that read: “To the LGBTQI+ Community – the Biden-Harris Administration has your back.”

Elon Musk chimed in on the White House’s communistic claim.

“You are the government. They are NOT your kids,” Musk said.

“Our kids are not fodder for the government,” Musk said in another tweet.

In the comments of the White House’s tweet, Musk commented on proposed legislation in California that would classify “non-affirmation” of children as child abuse.

“Except, these ‘well-intentioned’ words lead to the situation in Canada, or CA where they want to classify ‘non-affirmation’ as child abuse. That’s basically coercing folks to kowtow to the ideology or have their children taken into care. Sinister as Hell!” a Twitter user commented.

“And soon in California, if the recently proposed legislation becomes law,” Musk replied.

Read the full exchange:

Biden spoke at the Rose Garden in April to honor the country’s best teachers.

The event honored the Council of Chief State School Officers’ 2023 teachers of the year from each state.

During his address, Biden would suggest all children belong to the state.

“There’s no such thing as someone else’s child. Our nation’s children are all our children!” Biden said.


Communism 101

One of the principle foundations of communism is that children belong to the state.

Parents have no rights over their children.

Communism wages war on the nuclear family.

“Abolition of the family! Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the Communists,” the Communist Manifesto itself states.

“On what foundation is the present family, the bourgeois family, based? On capital, on private gain. In its completely developed form, this family exists only among the bourgeoisie. But this state of things finds its complement in the practical absence of the family among the proletarians, and in public prostitution. The bourgeois family will vanish as a matter of course when its complement vanishes, and both will vanish with the vanishing of capital,” it continues.

From The Heritage Foundation:

Most importantly, Marx said that communism would ensure that children would be educated by the state and not by their parents. Communists, he wrote in the Manifesto, would “rescue education from the influence of the ruling class.” The making of the “New Man” was the priority, and the family was an obstacle.

As soon as they won their first victory, in Russia in 1917, the communists now in power put into practice these policies. Alexandra Kollontai, the Soviet’s first People’s Commissar for Welfare, put it succinctly when she wrote, “The old family, narrow and petty, where the parents quarrel and are only interested in their own offspring, is not capable of educating the ‘new person’.” Soviet schools even encouraged students to snitch on their parents.

Engels, particularly, was at war with what he called the patriarchal family, because he believed—wrongly—that it had introduced the concept of individual private property, which Marxists hate.

Democrats continue waging an onslaught against parental rights.


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