Submitted by Pad Finnigan.
In the previous article, we read how the Clover Park School District is proposing to inject race and racism into its curriculum, supposedly to improve student academic performance. But why? We know the district’s academic standing has gone down, but is race the solution?
Critical Race Theory (CRT) grew out of socialist Karl Marx’s theory that the way to overthrow capitalism and create a socialist society is to ignite a mass violent revolution through class conflict. Create a revolutionary war between downtrodden workers and the rich capitalists that would result in a victory for the workers, and it could usher in a new communist system of government.
It has worked. In the Soviet Union, China, Cambodia, Cuba and other countries. Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, and Castro killed nearly 100 million people while creating their socialist/communist dictatorships.
Marxists eyed America too but realized that dividing people by race rather than by class would be more effective because America had a thriving middle class who wouldn’t engage in revolution. So, they’ve been trying to divide Americans by race since the ‘60s, according to historian/author Christopher Rufo.
They’ve been somewhat successful too, so far. You know the names of race hustlers Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton. Remember the race riots in Portland, Minneapolis, and other cities around the country? BLM and Antifa are Marxist organizations. Now racial diversity training programs are commonplace in corporations, governments, and certainly in schools.
What better, easier way to implant a permanent racial divide in our society than to inject it into the innocent, fertile minds of young children who will carry those poisonous thoughts into adulthood.
Marxist academics have been developing theories and programs since the 90s to add fuel to the fire in American schools, Rufo writes. It’s called Critical Race Theory.
He said, “Its supporters deploy a series of euphemisms to describe critical race theory, including “equity” “social justice,” “diversity and inclusion,” and “culturally responsive teaching.” Critical race theorists, masters of language construction, realize that “neo-Marxism” would be a hard sell. Equity, on the other hand, sounds non-threatening and is easily confused with the American principle of equality.”
Rufo has a database of more than 1,000 stories where school children around the country have been force-fed communist ideology, such as the Philadelphia elementary school that forced 5th graders to celebrate “Black communism” and simulate a Black Power rally.
So CRT, disguised as an Equity Policy, must be stopped in the Clover Park School District because it is just another tool in the arsenal of Marxists who want Americans to reject democracy and capitalism in favor of becoming a socialist/communist country.
Concerned citizens of Lakewood need to stand up and strongly protest the district’s equity proposal. Attend the school board meeting at 6 p.m. on Sept. 13 and speak up.
Community groups across the nation have done so and stopped similar measures before. We can too. Then come November’s general election, change the makeup of the school board by voting for David Anderson and Jeff Brown.
For further information on these and similar topics, read the scholarly new book “American Marxism” by six-time New York Times best selling author, syndicated radio show host, host of the weekly TV show Life, Liberty and Levin, and attorney Mark Levin.