Daycare is Detrimental to Babies, Children, their Mothers and the Future of All Countries

“Free, OBBLIGATORY daycare.” E. Letta, Secretary of Italian PD Fabian Socialist EliteParty.

“Free and easy access to daycare.” G.Meloni, Secretary of Fdi Centre-‘Right’ Socialist Party.

Cui bono?

“Give me your four-year olds, and in a generation I will build you a Socialist State”. Leftist demiurge, V.Lenin

Today’s mothers are trapped: between modern society’s pressure to adhere to new societal norms which dictate that women behave as men, occupying their position in the work force full -time and regardless of the presence of any children (almost always concieved well beyond normal child-bearing age); the urgent necessity – thanks to rising inflation – of contributing to the family income; their righteous desire to maintain their careers; and their equally strong desire to enjoy their babies and give them the best possible care.

Child psychologist and reserarcher John Bowlby, captured the essence of sensitive parenting in the title of his book: A Secure Base. “The primary goal of parenting”, he wrote, ” is to provide a child with a lifelong sense of security- a secure base from which he can explore the world, and to which he can return , knowing he will be welcomed, nourished, comforted and reassured.”

Bowlby argued that the child’s ability to establish intimate emotional bonds throughout life will depend upon the strength and the quality of his attachment to his parents. He stated that the integrity and cohesiveness of this bond will influence, in large measure, that individual’s mental health and effective functioning throughout life.


Bowlby explained the mother-child relationship in terms of “attachment theory“. For human babies, the bonding which results in secure emotional attachment begins at birth. Both bonding and attachment are dependant upon continuous, sustained, stable and physial and emotional contact between mother and child.

When a child is confident that his mother is available, responsive and helpful, he develops a pattern of secure attachment. When a child is chronically uncertain about his parents’ responses to him, he will develop a pattern of anxious – resistant attachment. This parent is sometimes helpful sometimes, not, sometimes there, sometimes, not. Such inconsistency produces anxous and clinging behaviour in the child. Finally, the child whose needs are rarely met and who has little confidence his parents will respond to his call, develops a pattern of anxious avoidant attachment. As he grow older, he may expect to be rebuffed, and often tries to live without seeking love and support from others. These forms of behaviour common amongst children from dysfunctional and/or abusive families, are frequent amongst full-time daycare wards, much to the dismay of their parents and caregivers.

Psychiatrist and Psycologist Vamik Volkan identified the capacities of several different kinds of intimacy that develop during early maternal-infant interaction: the capacity for bodily intimacy, for intellectual intimacy and for social intimacy.

Volkan noted that the infant’s thoughts, feelings and knowledge are undifferentiated at birth. Over the first weeks, monthes and years of life, these become more integrated. The role of mothering is crucial. The stable and continueous presence of mother is vital for the child’s developing cohesion, integration and differentiation – not only in infancy and toddlerhood, but throughout childhood.

Earlier is not better: especially in the case of boys, whose need for physical movement exceeds that of girls, and is fundamental for their neurological development; homechooling is superior in every way, providing us with many of the world’s most brilliant historical figures, geniuses, entrepreneurs, and scholars; babies and small children, whose immune systems are in a developmental and therefore compromised phase, should not be exposed to the scope and quantity of infectious diseases present in daycare facilities; homeschoolers score higher in lieracy than their peers; American children – most of whom do not frequent kindergarten – have the highest literacy rates in the world at the commencement of their scholastic careers. These rates rapidly fall in accordance to the number of years spent in the faulty american public schools system.

“The Hand which Rocks the Cradle Rules the World”. William Ross Wallace

Daycare is not good for women, nor does it assist them in any way in the management of their families. It certainly does not encourage them to have more children, as the cost of maintaining the Welfare State creates a vicous cycle of inflation, taxation and the necessity for more hours in the workforce. It also demeans the noblest calling of all, to Motherhood: the raising of the future generation, which requires pain, suffering, sacrifice, passion, love, creativity and intelligence, but which no one could possibly hope to replicate. It is so very fundamental, that without it, our culture and society are literally being rent apart at the seams, and only strong and courageous women can reverse this collective suicide. It is time to stand up and denounce the lies of so-called feminists, who are nothing more than reverse mysoginists, ridiculing and demeaning women unless they accept to be couterfeit imitations of men. Their greatest lie of all, was that it would be possible to have it all, and at any time a woman chooses. I would replicate: You may have it all, if you so choose, but not all at the same time. (If you so choose, because along the way, women discover another feminist lie: working outside of the home is NOT more gratifying than caring for your own children!) A woman should have her children when she is young, when she has the energy, and dedicate her time later in life to pursuing her career.

Costs of State-run Childcare

As is apparent form the copious body of research on the subject, a child’s healthy development relies initially exclusively on the the mother, and in early childhood, upon the constant reliable presence of at least one of the following: mother, father or grandparent, or stable family figure. Let us now look at the costs for State-run daycare, in order to dispel once and for all the myth of ‘quality, affordable childcare’.

Let us look at Italy, where birthrates are at a record low (below replacement rate), and where salaries are amongst the lowest in the EU, following well-established guidelines for optimal teacher:student ratios.


0-2 years : 807.503

2 years: 424.329

3-6 years: 1.391.400

Teacher: Student Ratios:

0-2 years, 3:1, or 269,168 teachers

2 years: 4:1; or 106,082 teachers

3-6 years: 8:1, or 173.925 teachers.

Therefore, 549.175 teachers, at 1,800 Euro per month plus 40% taxes = 2,500 month incurred per teacher by the State, equals a monthly total cost to the State of 1,372,137,500 Euro. Annually, this would cost the State 17.889.787.500 Euro., and at the cost of providing care for babies and children vastly inferior to that which is provided by the mother and her extended family.


“Every child born today will produce seven times more wealth than it presently consumes.” Superabundance, Marian Tupy

-Eliminate the cost of the Reddito di cittadinanza introduced in 2019, which costs the State roughly 40 billion Euro annually, creating a Reddito di cittadinanza for every italian child, until he/she finishes school. (1.000 euro per month, income tax free per child, to assist the mother to stay at home with her children, continuing until the child finishes school. If the mother returns full-time to the workforce, the 1000 Euro per child will be interrupted, although after her fourth child, no woman will pay income tax, ever.)

-In the case of the impossibility of the mother to remain at home with her child, or if the mother is still attending university, the same amount could be provided to a retired grandparent or trusted family member, when legally registered as the fulltime caregiver of the child. It may not be used for daycare.

-This would cost the State 31.478.784.000 Euro, saving roughly 8.5 billion Euro, but would be a resolution to unemployment, as women would remain with their children, freeing up placement into full and part-time work for unemployed men and students, as well as assisting the extended family by providing remuneration for the precious work that grandparents perform in caring for their grandchildren.

-Provide significant tax deductions for parents, permitting them to occupy lower income brackets and therefore pay fewer taxes.

-Money remaining from the original sum spent on RdC may be spent on courses in order to assist women in remaining updated on any innovations within their workplaces, as well as investment in community programs and activities for small children, to permit safe, limited socialization.

Rebecca de Broglie Vannicelli


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