The Clash of the freedom to reproduce and the multiplying degradation of ‘Society’
Where society has evolved without a control policy to evolve the philosophy and therefore the culture of its people
through education, example and regulated, qualifications to evolve society [in positive terms] away from damaging pathologies, inadequate philosophies under provided opportunities for multiplication of a repetitive cultural success, society has a repetitive
and increasing problem, in terms of policy and history.
There are groups that [in the absence of sound philosophical principles] moot forward arguments of a neo modern communal basis of solution. There is an argument put forward [disguised as the former]
that seeks to cause societal disintegration. There is the staunch pro-Liberty voice wanting to protect freedom in society [but instead prevent the protection of individuals in a free society and ensure the perpetuation of the errors of past social endeavors]
while providing no solutions to repetitive anti-social and negative reactions and responses beyond the belief in the power of money.
In the case of social society providing for reproduction without restriction, the un-ambitious individual sees this
as a good life choice, at any age. Also this case provides for the route to opportunity and success for the paternal opportunist [Cuckoo] for multiple children without any restraint and to accumulate a wide ranging harem, of permanent linkage. A history of
abuse and un-mentored mental weakness or mental illness [Chronic and circumstantial] further leads to multiplying social problems without schooling and policing reproduction with regulation in society [at least] for society.
There should be [is] a basic
British human right to reproduce. But there should not be a social right to financial support and other support by the state, un-regulated and therefore un-restricted. This or any social right should not be considered a human right.
The carrot and the
stick. Monkey see monkey do. Monkey repeats.
You children will only be what they see and where they learn.