MSNBC host says "Your kids don't belong to you"
"We have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize that kids belong to whole communities. Once it’s everyone’s responsibility, and not just the household’s, then we start making better investments."
More destruction of the family, a process that has been part of the agenda for decades now. E.g., for what the NWO says about the family in the "education" sphere, see UNESCO, "Toward World Understanding", 1949:
"The kindergarten or infant school has a significant part to play in the child's education. Not only can itcorrect many of the errors of home training, but it can also prepare the child for membership, at about the age of seven, in a group of his own age and habits -- the first of many such social identifications that he must achieve on his way to membership in the world society."
"The task to which the group applied itself was a study of the role the school can play in developing among children a sense of international understanding. Before the child enters school his mind has already been profoundly marked, and often injuriously, by earlier influences; but the process of schooling may exercise a decisive effect, for it is through the experience of schooling that the child applies and develops the rudimentary sense of community he has first gained, however dimly, in the home."
"In our time, we need to dedicate education to the service of the human community as a whole. The ideal to be pursued is that, whether in the home, the social environment or the school, our children should be educated to live with others and to prepare themselves for citizenship in a world society. With that kind of education they will be protected against selfish individualism and indiscriminate sociability, both of which are a misdirection of human effort. "
"The family may, in fact, not only compromise indirectly, and in some degree unconsciously, the eventual integration of the child in the human community by preventing him from joining the group of his peers in a normal way, but it may also cultivate attitudes running directly counter to the development of international understanding, such as the feeling that being a stranger means 'to be strange;' that something which is different is always despicable."
Full document: http://www.mikenew.com/unesco356.html