Here’s the story of an 18-year-old White girl, Allie Dowdle, who recently got her college fund cut off because she’s been secretly dating a Black guy. Her parents also took away her car and cellphone.
Man, I love these parents already!
Anyway, Allie set up a GoFundMe account and has raised approximately $15,000 from her gullible fans. She stated on her fund-raising page that she turned to the public because she has no means of transportation and cannot get a job. Oh? I’m sure it hasn’t occurred to Allie, but there’s this thing called public transportation, you know, subway trains and buses. I guess that’s beneath her, eh?
And why can’t she find a job? A pretty young girl like her should have all sorts of opportunities to secure employment. Hell, she could easily find work at a million fast-food joints, don’t you think? That too, I’m sure, is beneath her.
Kudos to her parents for cutting off this privileged ‘c-word’ for dabbling in dark meat, and expecting her parents to pay for it all. The father may claim it’s not about ‘racism’ (even though we know it is – it’s called race realism!), but he probably knows the way of Black males and he doesn’t want to grandfather a nest of mongrels. I don’t blame the man in the least. He wants his daughter to marry a nice White man so that his grandchildren can carry his lineage. He wants them to look like himself or those of his racial ancestry. Who can reasonably accuse him of ‘racism’ when many Blacks and almost all Jews want the same?
This father, I’m sure, knows all-too-well about how Black men knock up racially-naive White girls, and then leave them. He knows his daughter will likely get pregnant and become a single mother, and he wants none of it.
This father should serve as a model to all White fathers who have coal-burning daughters. In fact, this girl, it seems to me, has been so sheltered and privileged that the father should teach her a lesson about maturity and hard work by permanently refusing to pay for any of her expenses – even if she drops the Dindu!
She’s got a great future as a single mom on welfare
Hard Truth: In my opinion, parents should not pay for the college education of their children, especially when one considers how Leftist our colleges are. This includes even trade schools where they will learn a real-life skill (although I prefer trade schools over universities). Paying for our kids’ college education teaches them nothing about the high costs of things in the real world. It teaches them nothing about hard work, and the discipline needed to balance employment and education.
Forcing kids to pay for their own college education teaches them to manage stress and adversity. It makes life a little harder on them – and that’s a good thing! Contrary to popular belief among the sheeple, the role of parents is to produce responsible and well-adjusted young adults who will go out into the real world and be productive, as well as able to handle the difficulties of life because they’ve been taught coping skills.
Responsible parents don’t cushion the realities of life for their young adults. They allow them to experience hardship and suffering, trials and tribulations, because they know these will mold their character and turn them into survivors. The end result of maturity and personal character is what they’re aiming for.
Such ideas are offensive to the modern, ever-coddling parent. They imagine their job is to make life easy and worry-free for their kids. But it’s not. No wonder so many young adults entering the work force or attending college are brain-dead and ill-equipped to handle the harsh realities of life. Which child is more likely to succeed in life – the sheltered and always coddled kid or the kid who has had to work for everything they have? You know the answer.
I know what some of you are wondering. Did you pay for your children’s college education, AK? No, no I didn’t, proud to say. Because I understood real-life parenting principles, I didn’t get myself in debt, I didn’t support the liberal college system, and I’ve got money to travel and do whatever I wish with it. Man, life is good!