RALEIGH – Last month we highlighted the fact that Wake County Public School Systems’ Office of Equity Affairs had set up a online
educational indoctrination resource for teachers to use as a ‘Anti-racism’ curriculum designed by the likes of the Marxist Black Lives Matter organization.
This is an active effort to get teachers to saturate the mind of young, impressionable students with the anti-American, collective guilt garbage that is BLM’s and their Marxian allies’ mission.
“[…] The taxpayer-supported Wake County Public School System’s Office of Equity Affairs even lays out the step for you to “Become an Ally” of a blatantly Marxist/communist/anti-white/anti-police organization and movement. Great.
The site spells out the Woke Lingo for aspiring social justice warriors (teachers, students) to use, coaches teachers how to
talk to brainwash students about racism, and even lists the Social Justice Warrior-approved music. […]”
Now Wokeness of Wake County is getting noticed by national media for employing such indoctrination in their public school system.Notice: The WPP_Query class has been deprecated since 5.0.0. Please use \WordPressPopularPosts\Query instead. in /www/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-popular-posts/src/deprecated.php on line 43
From the Federalist:
“[…] North Carolina’s largest school system in Wake County launched a website this summer that provides BLM lessons for teachers to use in classrooms and for parents to use at home. The website, created by the school system’s Office of Equity Affairs, encourages teachers to “address the injustices that exist beyond education by the conversations we have with others, by speaking up when we see hate, by supporting efforts that oppose racism and oppression, and by directly engaging in advocacy work.
Encouraging people to identify and condemn racism is an undeniably laudable undertaking by these school administrators. That’s not what’s really happening, however. By bringing BLM into the classroom, activist educators are allowing the most radically divisive movement in modern American history to warp children’s worldviews.
Wake County’s BLM teaching resource is dressed up as a legitimate civics education resource, complete with tips for fostering civil discourse and a section on teaching historical facts about America’s civil rights movement. But closer inspection reveals it to be a deliberate Trojan Horse conceived to incubate, amplify, and channel the movement’s attitudes for political ends.
The site lays out a cult-like recruiting process for students to follow. Step one: Recognize your white privilege. Step two: Learn the dos and don’ts of being an ally. Step three: Recruit more members to learn steps one and two.
Step three of the recruitment process posits, “Racial equity accountability must be tied to specific outcomes.” What, exactly, are these outcomes? The obvious answer is activism on behalf of the BLM movement.
Splashed across the homepage of the Wake County School System’s website is BLM founder Patrisse Cullors. It is puzzling that a self-proclaimed “trained Marxist,” such as Cullors, would be a role model for the school system’s anti-hatred, anti-oppression curriculum. Do these school administrators realize that Karl Marx’s road to utopia led to millions of deaths at the hands of tyrants?
But it’s not only Cullors’ Marxist bona fides that’s troubling. In a 2018 Democracy Now! interview, Cullors boasted about receiving training from Eric Mann, former member of the Weather Underground charged with attempted murder of police officers in Boston back in 1969. The domestic terror group Weather Underground is responsible for multiple terrorist bombings at the U.S. Capitol, the State Department, and the Pentagon during the 1960s and ’70s.
Since being a terror-sympathizing Marxist doesn’t disqualify Cullors from being the poster girl for new school curricula, her history of antisemitism surely will not deter administrators. Cullors is a vocal anti-Israel activist and close ally of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. She accuses Israel of ethnic cleansing and racial brutality. Cullors organized a BLM event in Los Angeles on May 30, during which five synagogues were vandalized with graffiti that read “Free Palestine” and “F-ck Israel,” as were three Jewish schools.
Many forget the BLM platform is antisemitic. The movement’s architects falsely claim there is a link between American police brutality and the Arab-Israeli conflict. The manifesto’s reference to the Jewish occupation of Israel as “genocide” has outraged many Jewish BLM supporters, including Jonathan Greenblatt, executive director of the Anti-Defamation League. Rolling out the BLM platform in classrooms will surely have Jewish parents questioning school administrators’ commitment to combatting antisemitism. […]”
The cult has been invited into the classroom to recruit public school students in Wake County. It’s as simple as that.
Aside from the other issues facing education, namely the Pandemic Panic and the myth that reopening schools represents a risk to students and teachers, this is a plague of the basest of ideas. Parents would never tolerate such initiatives that came under any other banner. Environmentalism, or climate change hysteria, probably comes closest, but even that is much more nuanced.
This is blatant indoctrination with Marxist, identitarian, woke politics that should be regarded as pure poison. If you have school age children, pay close attention to what is being spoon fed to them if/when they return to the classroom. Observe their ‘virtual learning’ curriculum, and watch for assignments that send them to websites like the Wake County site referenced above.