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No parent deserves to have their kids taken away when they haven`t hurt their kids in any way. Honestly.
It`s funny how you guys can say "oh, they deserve it, they`re racist" and then turn right around and call them drating hillbillies. Idiots.
Also, you have the right to name your kid Adolf Hitler. Other people have the right to bitch at you about it.
And I find it hard to believe that you just "like the name" JoyceLynn Aryan Nation Campbell. Especially considering Nation isn`t even a name. I love how these people assume they can get away with doing dumb poo by making dumb poo excuses because they think everybody else is as retarded as they are.
To quote the mother: "It hurts". Dumb bitch. Even if you do simply "like the name", sometimes you`ve gotta give up some of the things you "like" because you have a thing called a "responsibility". Guess how many times the kid is gonna say "It hurts" once he reaches middle school.
I`m not siding at ALL with the parents.
wow that bugs me. now for something happy, fiery buffalo pop corn chicken.. yum.
These kids have bigger problems than their names...
Take a look at mom and dad for instance - clearly the little darlings are starting out genetically disadvantaged. Hillbilly genes breed true - and truer still when you marry your close cousin.
Plus, and maybe I`m alone here, I think young Adolf may be a little confused about her sexuality since her parents think she`s a boy. This is a classic hillbilly blunder that can be chalked up to the fact that they failed to stay in school long enough to get any sex education at all. I don`t know if you realise this (I mean those of you that aren`t hillbillies) but hillfolk graduate as soon as they demonstrate that they can drool.
There is always going to be some non-nice individual making this kid`s life harder. And you know who is the first non-nice individual to start? His Dad, for being a real genius and naming his kid that. This dude doesn`t even think, "How is this going to affect my child and family?"
The Dad wanted to be an non-nice individual... well guess what the State thinks, "Two can play that game."
seriously, didnt you maybe think ahead a little bit about the implicatoins this might cause to your son?...
On a more serious note: Hitler`s only known named relatives have all changed their name from "Hitler" in order to avoid persecution.
Obviously using your kid as a political tool when it puts them in danger is something they can take your kid off you for. This is in addition other obvious "unsafe environment" additions you could tag on to this case.
Finally: IT`s specifically little "Adolph Hitler" and "Aryan Nation" (Their two kids) that makes me think this is political, and not a "coincidence" or that they "just liked the names" as they claimed.
Nevertheless the parents are `tards, and deserve it.
"New Jersey man Heath Campbell, 35, has decorated his home with swastikas and says he is related to a member of the SS."
theres more to it than just the name. heres where i got the quote from;
read the second paragraph
Stopping naming people Adolf Hitler isn`t a sign of respect for the guy, it`s a sign of disgust for him and never wanting to be associated with him.
"Hell, if we stopped using the names for every guy like hitler we would not have any names left."
Every guy like Hitler? There have been maybe 10 or 15 infamous people in history on that scale, and I`m sure we can get by fine without those exact combinations of names.
as for the story, not near enough details to make a judgment on the family yet...horrible names or no.
And she was right, it did.
No, it is definitely not a common name in Germany.
I think they look more like they`re related...
How do you give all three of your kids with names that have ties to the Third Reich, and yet, claim not to be a Nazi?
I just hope they don`t buy him an easy-bake oven for Christmas... (Sorry, couldn`t resist that one.)
well if you ask them NOW they wouldnt care. but ask them a few years later, after going to school and learning about the people who previously had their names
um, you`re wrong. there arent a lot of people like hitler, and there are like, maybe a few million names with endless possibilities for combination.
Same with Aryan Nation. Maybe i could see Aryan as a name, and with celbrities and their odd baby names, im sure Nation as a name will come up soon enough. Individually im sure they wouldnt cause too much damage.
But hey, you can`t fix stupid.
I`m not quite sure of the validity, but hasn`t Germany banned the use of "Adolf Hitler" in naming a child?
And risingflamez... suggesting that the genepool needs cleansed is what Hitler suggested as well.
I would call naming your child Adolf Hitler a form of psychological abuse, so they should lose custody for psychologically abusing their children.
When you name your child something that would offend 99% it shows you are not competent to have a child in your care.
Naming your child something offensive just because you can is not something an adult person does it is something someone who never grew up themselves does. Or maybe just something someone retarded does such as in this case...
I really, really, really doubt that. In fact, I`m fairly sure no-one in Germany has named their child Adolf since around 1945.
I can just imagine having to submit a resume or job application with those names on it. Although it could be a slight advantage because if I were reading through a stack of applications, I`d almost want to interview just to see what they`re all about...
I don`t see the reasoning or honest justification behind removing the child. CPS is already overloaded and there are a lot worse abuses being ignored to warrant a forced name change. It seems that their community is ready and willing to apply enough social pressure on the parents to at least curb the abuse the children would otherwise receive.
"Last year, a New Zealand court removed a 9-year-old girl from her parents in order to change her birth name: Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii. In that country, officials do not deem a name abusive unless it causes serious bullying."
The name Talula, in and of itself, is abusive. The "Does the Hula from Hawaii" part is actually kinda cool!
Who knows, maybe it is also so that they can sue whoever tries to challenge them, mainly to get money to raise there status in life.
Magnificent parents, those two.
I`d make a clever joke about the mother looking like a man, but I am not clever.