Should people who educate their children with a political view point not acceptable to state authorities, however not illegal, have their children taken away from them by the state?
Two children have been taken away from their parents for abuse. The father is a neo-nazi and the mother is a white supremacist. The children are 7 and 2, and the daughter was sent to school wearing a swazstika, which is what caused the attention by state child protection services.
Watch the video of the discussion between Levant and Rosenthal.
What about the child brought up in a home and taught that people who don't wear the hijab are filthy infidels; that women who don't cover themselves invite rape; that all women not of the same religion are prostitutes and "available".
What about children ingrained with the idea that 9/11 was a conspiracy (and other similar ideas), and children abused by having drummed into them the idea of anthropogenic global warming and other scare-mongering dogma.
It's not illegal. There's supposed to be freedom of belief, that includes political belief. If it's not all right to teach your children your beliefs then perhaps it's time to do something about anyone who does not toe the line as far as what the state represents.
(Thanks to Minicapt for the link)
Ezra elaborates... thanks to Wand.
I didn't see this before I wrote the above.