The family is the final barrier to the total state. This is why leftists have have been systematically undermining to the point they can openly call for its total abolishment.

The article in question:

Family is a terrible way to satisfy our desire for love and care, according to the writer and academic Sophie Lewis. The solution? Abolish it.

Let us begin by abolishing our kitchens. For the 19th-century silk merchant and socialist philosopher Charles Fourier, utopia was the kitchenless house.

If we begin by abolishing our kitchens, what else might we get a taste for destroying, and for creating? A bit of self-governance here, some collectively organised childcare there: begin with the kitchen, and we might end up with a whole new society.

The legal and economic structure of the nuclear household warps love and intimacy into abuse, ownership, scarcity. Children are private property, legally owned and fully economically dependent on their parents.

@Auron MacIntyre is the best follow on the bird site. He cleanly cuts through the wrapping of the “current thing” to succinctly show the underlying goals of the left and “The Cathedral” and strategy used to consolidate power.

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