PARENS PATRIAE is a legal term in American law that is defined as - The right of the government to take care of minors and others who cannot legally take care of themselves.
In a Nazi booklet published by SS Gruppenführer Rediess, The SS for Greater Germany - with Sword and Cradle, speaking about the recently Nazi occupied country of Denmark as it related to the Lebensborn program, the German position is stated as, “This people is a Germanic people, and hence it is our duty to educate its children and young people and to make the Norwegians a Nordic people again as we understand the term.”
The similarity between these two principles is that a government has assumed a certain authority, either by law or by fiat, over the population. This authority can be as extensive or limited as the government chooses and as the population will endure. In both stated instances, the governments assumed authority over children.
Nazis and CPS by Suzanne Shell
Legalizing Kidnapping Of Children
Turning Children Against Their Parents
Abuse In State Custody
Throw away Children
Returning Children Home
Evaluating The System
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