1.6% of the North American population say that the children of Christian parents should be taken from their homes and placed into reeducation camps where they can be brainwashed with the beliefs of this cult.
This is precisely what has taken place anywhere that members of this cult have gained political and military power. Spokespersons of this group have said things like:
Christopher Hitchens - “How can we ever know how many children had their psychological and physical lives irreparably maimed by the compulsory inculcation of faith?” The atheist answer? Inculcate all children with atheist beliefs.
These of course are the thoughts of the same man that is trying to have the Pope arrested. The arrogance of this group of people knows no bounds. Of course they call themselves Brights - as in "I'm a Bright and you're not!" - so what do you expect.
Daniel Dennett - “How much do we regard children as being the property of their parents? Should [Christian parents] be free to impose their beliefs on their children?” Again, the atheist answer is to impose atheist beliefs upon not just their children but upon everyone’s children.
Christopher Hitchens - “Parents don’t literally own their children . . . [Christian parents] ought to be held accountable by outsiders (read atheists, perhaps the drunken Hitchens himself) for their guardianship, which does imply that outsiders have a right to interfere.”
Psychologist Nicholas Humphrey - “ [Christian] Parents, have no god-given license to enculturate their children in whatever way they choose . . . to bring them up in an atmosphere of dogma . . . or to insist they follow the straight and narrow paths of their own faith.”
I’ve personally experienced this developing atheist dogma from an atheist blogger. His stated hope is that our children will be taken from us to keep them from being taught about Christianity. This of course implies the hope that someone else will raise our children and teach them the tenets of his faith.
Members of this group will never give up their fight to gain control of what your children believe.