Flippin' the Script: Exposing Critical Race(ism) Theory.
A concerned mother from Virginia who hails from Communist China (in her younger years) blasts the local school board for the critical race theory indoctrination programs they're forcing kids to undergo. The woman so-very succinctly illustrates how the CCP used the same tactics only instead of focusing on race the aim was to get people warring against each other based on the various social classes.
She watched as teachers and students battled it out during the cultural revolution, and school names got changed in the name of political correctness. The programming she undergone trained her to denounce her heritage, and she watched as the Red Guard destroyed (the four olds) all things deemed not communist.
Not only that, they encouraged a snitch culture, so you had this panopticon of paranoia that pitted neighbor vs. neighbor. Nearing the end of the clip, she condemns the current practices as "the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution" and that "Critical Race Theory has its roots in Cultural Marxism" and thus has
"no place in our schools."
The above has to be the most powerful and clear condemnation of CRT that I've seen to this day, which is why I led with it. I have a total of three videos on the topic. Coming in at a close second yet still, nose to nose with the winner is a Florida mother of two, called Keisha King.
I have to give all due credit to Keisha here. I say this because were it not for the inspiring technique she used in this forum, I wouldn't have had enough inspiration nor a title for this post. King flipped the script entirely by interpreting "white privilege" differently than most.
The message she receives is that they're telling her kids that white people are better, and that's about the most racist thing you can teach a black child in school today. I have to say that this tactic for intellectually eviscerating CRT is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen.
I'm kind of ashamed that I didn't bend it around enough in my head to see it that way. I'm not going to go through the blow by blow and outline every point she made, but she did it all in two minutes, and she did it so very effectively. I'll post it below so you can judge for yourself. I think this video, in combination with the first, are game-changers!
In our continuing effort to destroy critical race theory; Again, I'm going to say this video is also on a par with the other two. I don't even know why I wanted to rank the videos in the first place. Perhaps, to make it a post, I had to have a linear model for some congruency.
Here you have TikTok user Kory Yeshua and his daughter, Royalty. Their message is simple, and it is loving. And this takes me back to the multiverse that I remember. The one where Dr. Martin Luther King was a revered role model, and with his words and actions, he was able to play an integral part in ending most of the racism in America.
Hey, thanks for reading this and for watching the videos. I hope they spoke to your mind and heart and will help you to destroy any credibility that critical race theory may have held with you. Perhaps, if you learn more about the topic, you can help wake others up!
I'll do you one better than that, share this link and then ask people to take a few minutes out of the day to challenge their beliefs about CRT. I still think that to this day, if people were taught MLK and then CRT, they'd choose the former over the latter out of merit.
I HAVE A DREAMspeech almost did not happen.
We don't need our youth thrown into boxes or cast in a mold (or class) of people who identify as permanent oppressors or the permanently oppressed. There is nothing more disempowering than placing harmful limitations or stigma like that on developing minds. Not only that, it plants the seeds of division, future strife, and class (or racial) warfare.
This terrible idea brings society to a place where you can "..imagine a boot stamping on a human head, forever." We'd do well to realize that "the smallest minority on earth is the individual." The sooner we have this realization and respect individual rights over that of group rights—the more fair things become for everyone. 'An Individual vs. THE BORG.'
Thanks to @dwinblood for this gem!