The philosophy of collectivism is succinctly outlined in the ten planks of the Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in 1848. Plank #1 tells us their overall goal - "abolition of private property". Plank #10 assures their future success - "government control of education". It isn't necessary to kill people to acquire their property if they've been indoctrinated from birth to believe that all property belongs to the state.
I regret to report that it was a high school newspaper from Texas that decided to distribute what amounts to a gun control survey to one hundred of its students. The survey wanted to know how many guns were in the child's household, how they were used, and the political affiliation of their parents. Clearly, this is private information that is inappropriate on any survey, and I'm pleased to report that the parents in Texas raised holy hell with the school principle. A close personal friend of mine living in Texas alerted me to these shennanigans.
As far as I know, this is a very small, isolated case, however it did not go unnoticed. A firearms blog from New York discovered the survey and allowed its members to comment. An image of the entire survey can be seen on that page. I'm (as yet) unaware of similar surveys being circulated in other parts of the country. However I think we should remain vigilant for transgressions such as this. If I were in Texas, I would ask the principle for an opportunity to address the student body. I'd like those students to understand the direct connection between the Second Amendment and the universal right to life. Hopefully the journalism staff of the school newspaper would understand why their survey experienced so much indignant resistance. Naturally, my question to my readers is, "What would you do if your child came home with such a survey?"