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#2
That makes me mad. Really mad. They kidnapped these children. Just because their parents wanted to eliminate the taboo on the names?
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#3
That's pretty irresponsible parenting.

It's like purposefully trying to raise a serial killer by making sure society completely ostracises them.
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That makes me mad. Really mad. They kidnapped these children. Just because their parents wanted to eliminate the taboo on the names?


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i bet those kids got beat up all the time by their neighbors, lil' Land War in Asia Sheppard and Overextention of Military Forces Smith.
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It's ****ed up, but the state has no right to take their kids away for their names, that's more stupid then the parents for giving them the names in the first place.
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thats just screwed up all around
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i understand that the names might be offensive to a lot of people, but i don't think that gives the state the right to take them away from their family.

if the children want, they can legally change their names when they get older.

i mean this is almost equivalent to taking away someone's children because they are racist, and are teaching their children to be racist.

you might not agree with it, but people are free to believe in racial supremacy if they want. they should also be free to name their children after other people if they want.

i mean if you think about it, the names Adolf or Hitler had no bad connotations until the early 20th century. they are still normal names, even if they carry a bad association.
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#13
It's paramount to child abuse, but it should have been flagged at birth, not now.
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#14
I remember that cake thing from a while ago. That i believe is unjust that they stole their kid, although the parents are dicks for naming their kid that.
#15
damn thats 3 names of the potential kids names list


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i understand that the names might be offensive to a lot of people, but i don't think that gives the state the right to take them away from their family.

if the children want, they can legally change their names when they get older.

i mean this is almost equivalent to taking away someone's children because they are racist, and are teaching their children to be racist.

you might not agree with it, but people are free to believe in racial supremacy if they want.

Something tells me there is more to it than just taking the kids away for the names. If it was just about the names, then they should take away some of those kids who get stupid names from their celebrity parents.
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Something tells me there is more to it than just taking the kids away for the names. If it was just about the names, then they should take away some of those kids who get stupid names from their celebrity parents.



maybe, but i am going by what the article says, and that makes it sound like it was about the names.
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Maybe it also has something to do with the fact that the mom looks like a crackhead.
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i bet those kids got beat up all the time by their neighbors, lil' Land War in Asia Sheppard and Overextention of Military Forces Smith.

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#20
I dont think they took them solely because of what there names are...

and it isnt about taboo

one of there middle names is "aryan nation", which is an active hate group responsible for many murders and race crimes.
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i understand that the names might be offensive to a lot of people, but i don't think that gives the state the right to take them away from their family.

if the children want, they can legally change their names when they get older.

i mean this is almost equivalent to taking away someone's children because they are racist, and are teaching their children to be racist.

you might not agree with it, but people are free to believe in racial supremacy if they want. they should also be free to name their children after other people if they want.

i mean if you think about it, the names Adolf or Hitler had no bad connotations until the early 20th century. they are still normal names, even if they carry a bad association.



I'm inclined to agree with you. However, I find it disgusting that those parents decided to sacrifice their child's social (at least till he's 18) in order to make some statement. Its a very tricky situation, but I find it uneasy that the state government can do that. If the name is their only reason, I'm not sure I'm content with the outcome. On the other hand, there might be other reason for taking the children, like probable mental illness in the parents or something.

Either way, I'm not going to shed a tear about this. Those parents put their kids in an unfortunate situation.
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oh wow, that sucks.
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#23
while the parents are retarded for giving them the name, the state had no right to take the kids away just becuase of a name. however with the way our media is there is probably a lot more to the story than what we are being told.
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It's ****ed up, but the state has no right to take their kids away for their names, that's more stupid then the parents for giving them the names in the first place.

I second that.
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#26
Why the hell would you name your son Adolf Hitler ?

Thats like talkin trash on guitar on UG.

He'd get black mailed and goatsed
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#27
I think it's more of a can we really trust the parents with 3 innocent children. It's not like the child's name was Adolf or something that would be indirect, its more of a let me name my children so they draw the most attention. Aryan nation isnt really a name even. There are two main possibilities. One they are neo nazi's (which I doubt), two they are trying to making some sort of statement wit hthe names of their children and as a parent it's your job to protect your kids not to exploit them.
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#28
The state should not have taken them away. They can name their kids whatever they want. That's what the 1st amendment is for. It may be a bad idea, but they can do it if they want.

The government taking away kids like that for NO reason... sound like commie sh!t to me!
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It's ****ed up, but the state has no right to take their kids away for their names, that's more stupid then the parents for giving them the names in the first place.


agreed
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I think he is right, a name is a name, and it would be best to lift the taboo. However, I do question the parenting, it would be better if an adult changed their name to something of the sort, rather than making a child live through that. Even so, the idea behind it is good.
#31
someone irresponsible enough to name their kid that shouldnt have kids,
and the states pretty much justified
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#32
If you intentionally name your kid like that do you REALLY expect to hold on to them for long? What was the motivation for naming their kid that? To express racist beliefs or "4lulzkthxbai", either way thats not quite what names exist for.

Do you really think your kids going to have a normal life with a name like that? and "they can change it later" is just waiting for the damage to already be done, may as well change the kids names and take them away from their family NOW as opposed to when the identity is fully ingrained and the kids are taking turns skinning the jewish cat next door and taking "jewcakes" to the highschool bake sale.
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Why the hell would you name your son Adolf Hitler ?

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He'd get black mailed and goatsed






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#34
For once I will side with the government, names like those are actively putting those children in danger.
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i understand that the names might be offensive to a lot of people, but i don't think that gives the state the right to take them away from their family.

if the children want, they can legally change their names when they get older.

i mean this is almost equivalent to taking away someone's children because they are racist, and are teaching their children to be racist.

you might not agree with it, but people are free to believe in racial supremacy if they want. they should also be free to name their children after other people if they want.

i mean if you think about it, the names Adolf or Hitler had no bad connotations until the early 20th century. they are still normal names, even if they carry a bad association.

Fair point, but this shows high irresponsibility. Right or not, if you name your child Adolf Hitler, then he is going to get shit for it.
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actually the more i think about this the closer i think that naming your child that should be considered child abuse. he is going to be absolutely tortured at school once they start learning about WWII, he never going to be able to find a job until he turns 18 when he can change his name. good luck finding a girlfriend with that name.

he will live a miserable life all because his parents are idiots and thought that it would be a good thing to completely exploit him for their own means
#38
So I shouldn't call my child Pol Pot?

In seriousness though, instead of taking the children away, could they not have forced a name change?

Bad move by the parents anyway
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I think it's more of a can we really trust the parents with 3 innocent children. It's not like the child's name was Adolf or something that would be indirect, its more of a let me name my children so they draw the most attention. Aryan nation isnt really a name even. There are two main possibilities. One they are neo nazi's (which I doubt), two they are trying to making some sort of statement wit hthe names of their children and as a parent it's your job to protect your kids not to exploit them.


I'm pretty certain they are Nazis , I believe that I heard about these people a few weeks ago. Just from those names its pretty obvious anyway. About the kids, I think that the state has no right to take the kids away, but they are just going to grow up to be Nazis like their parents. I think that the kids should be given back to their parents, but that belief system makes me want to murder someone.
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I think he is right, a name is a name, and it would be best to lift the taboo. However, I do question the parenting, it would be better if an adult changed their name to something of the sort, rather than making a child live through that. Even so, the idea behind it is good.

That's not lifting taboo, that's setting your child up for a life of name calling and teasing. Kids are more affected by stuff like this than you think.

And yes, they could change their names, but they are done developing by the time they are allowed, and they will likely already have reduced self image and feelings of inadequacy. That is just a cruel punishment for them to go through.
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