Parenting Magazine Warns ‘Blond, Cheerful’ Families Dangerous, Likely Right Wing

Hard to believe this is real. As a parent of cheerful blond-haired white children, I find this story disturbing: Will todays youth face reverse racism? What happened to inclusive narratives?

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”.

Ethan Huff – Natural News April 25, 2019

Dangerous “righwing extremists”?

A German parenting periodical known as Baby & Family recently [Actually 2016, MH] published the most blatantly racist, anti-white commentary to appear in a mainstream media source that we’ve seen yet.

The article openly calls for all white people – and especially those with blonde hair who smile a lot and who appear generally happy and content – to be openly ostracized and completely cut off from all of their support networks because their white skin and light-colored hair probably means that they’re politically “right-wing,” and thus evil.

Using adjectives like “inconspicuous” and “cheerful” to describe these “dangerous” individuals, the white-hating rant, which was penned by the white-hating folks over at the far-Left Amadeu Antonio Foundation, a communist organization pushing for white genocide, includes pictures of blonde-haired, blue-eyed women and children as common example of the types of people to be targeted for social elimination.

Because holding right-leaning political views “stirs up anxiety,” the article contends, bringing to mind images of “burning refugee homes” and Nazi skinheads, apparently, all people who might espouse such views need to be ethnically cleansed from the world – and the only people who fall into this category are white people, according to the Amadeu Antonio Foundation.

Not only are blonde-haired, blue-eyed women and children evil, the article goes on to claim, but they’re actually more dangerous than neo-Nazis because, on the surface, they’re often “cute and engaged,” and don’t appear in any way threatening.

“First of all, [right-wing families] are nice and dedicated,” says Michaela Köttig, an anti-white female sociologist and researcher at the far-Left Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.

Fellow white-hating Leftist female Eva Prausner agrees, warning that the biggest “danger” of right-wing families is that they generally appear “normal,” and typically maintain good relations with their friends, neighbors, and colleagues.

In Prausner’s view, the best way to handle these right-wing families with white skin is to flagrantly marginalize them, withholding all social support so that they decay into non-existence – this being the Left’s final solution for dealing with white conservatives.

“The right has many forms,” the Baby & Family article goes on to explain, vaguely. “The definition of what is extreme and what is not is difficult,” it further adds, emphasizing that right-wing families need to be “dealt with” in every sphere of society in order to exterminate them from existence.

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