But remember, a lot of kids HATE going to school. They kick, scream, cry, and shake in terror saying things like "Don't make me go!" and parents still make them go.
This is one of the worst arguments you've tried to use yet. For the most part, kids 'hate' going to school because they don't understand why it's important - though I will grant that some kids do have legitimate reasons to hate school, such as ones that are bullied. However, for the most part, that's an exception, and one that can be dealt with.
Not only that, but trying to compare the horrific actions of real-life tyrants to parents making their children go to school is utterly ridiculous. It isn't comparing apples to oranges, or even comparing a nuclear bomb to a firecracker. It's like trying to compare a meteor shower to a gentle summer rain.
To kids, schooling just "feels wrong."
Why can't they just play with their toys all day?
Because the people who provide for them (give them food, water, shelter, and usually love) are not interested in having those same children living in their houses when they're 40 and the parents are 60-70, playing with "grown-up" toys all day, and effectively leaching off of those same parents due to the lack of an education.
Compare that to the actions of tyrants like Stalin, Pol Pot, or Mao, who were perfectly content to leech off of the work being done by millions of families in order to enrich themselves and the elite who supported them. Who were perfectly okay with using intimidation, torture, imprisonment, and outright murder on anyone who even thought to resist.
Now, if you had parents who used such monstrous actions on their children, then I'd be opposed to them. Most people would be. But you will find that the vast majority of parents don't leech off of the work of their children, and don't intimidate, torture, imprison, and murder them if they disagree.
Here is where the goalposts will be moved once again.
No goalpost-moving here. Sorry to disappoint you.