Are We Pawns?
I have some good news...and some bad news.
By now, it's well known that Republicans are rejoicing over a resounding defeat for Democrats this past Tuesday on election day, especially in the state of Virginia.
Virginia has been at the center of the news lately over parents confronting school boards about Critical Race Theory (CRT) being taught to their children. Because of the uproar, the Department of Justice issued a memo declaring these parents to be "domestic terrorists." This did not sit well with the public, as the recent election results demonstrate.
The teaching of Critical Race Theory (CRT) in our schools is said to be one of the contributing factors that led to the humiliating defeat of the Democrats in Virginia and in other states as well.
But what is CRT? Why is everybody talking about it? And why is it dangerous?
In order to understand CRT, you have to look at the history of Marxism; because CRT is rooted in Marxist ideology. Karl Marx believed that, in industrialized societies, an imbalance of power existed between the workers (proletariat) and those who controlled the means of production (bourgeoisie). He asserted that revolution was the only way to equalize the balance of power. He called for the redistribution of wealth to the masses and the elimination of private ownership, thereby creating an "equitable" socialist society.
From a historical perspective, all of the socialist governments that arose during the twentieth century out of Marxist-style revolutions failed miserably (e.g., Soviet Union, China, Cambodia, Cuba). And all of these failed revolutions racked up a body count of over 100 million people. Gulags, executions, show trials, and mass starvation were all the result of Marxism.
To the Marxist, the goal is a government that is "equity-based." Equity is NOT the same as equality. "Equity-based" means the end not only of private property, but also of individual rights, equality under the law, and freedom of speech. These would be replaced by the redistribution of wealth based on race, identity-based rights, active discrimination, and an all-encompassing authoritarian bureaucracy.
Which brings us back to the present. Marxists haven't changed their stripes...just the words they use.
Simply change the language, and you've got the same framework for revolution and socialism being orchestrated today in our society. Instead of fomenting the struggle between workers and capitalists, the struggle is now between races--the oppressed (Black) vs. the oppressors (White).
This is where CRT comes in as a valuable tool in the Marxist toolbox. CRT is cloaked in warm, fuzzy terms like "equity," "diversity," "social justice," and "culturally-responsive teaching."
But what does it look like in practice?
The taxpayer-funded Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture has posted a graphic on their website listing everything you need to know about "white privilege," "internalized racism," and "white fragility." Also listed are "aspects of white culture" that must be rejected under CRT. Here are just a few:
The nuclear family--father, mother, 2.3 children
The primacy of Western and Judeo-Christian tradition
Hard work being the key to success
Respect for authority
Planning for the future
Time viewed as a commodity
Students are being taught that these values are "racist" and characteristic of "white supremacy."
Also being taught in our schools is the "1619 Project." This teaching invites students to create a "new timeline" of American history--one where our country's true founding was not 1776, but rather 1619 when slaves were first brought to Jamestown Colony. Everything else about our country (e.g., its greatness, its economy, its electoral system) grew out of slavery, according to the 1619 Project. It even asserts that the American Revolution was fought to UPHOLD slavery.
It's frightening to see how much of this woke ideology has already influenced our universities and public schools, large corporations, and government agencies. Even elementary schools and kindergartens are teaching aspects of CRT. The U.S. military is now indoctrinating its personnel with CRT.
So what's the GOOD news in all this?
The good news is that the Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, Glenn Youngkin, won. The second piece of really good news is that the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor also won--Winsome Sears, a Black woman, an immigrant AND a U.S. Marine Corps veteran. The third piece of good news is that Republican Jason Miyares was elected as Virginia's first Latino Attorney General.
This is a sign that people are beginning to push back against the racist propaganda that's being forced on everyone. America is NOT a racist country. We elected an African-American president...twice! No one will argue that our country is perfect. We aren't; but we've always worked to fix our problems.
The Democrat party is hearing alarm bells...and that's GREAT news.
But, here's the bad news. They're getting desperate.
They're realizing that their message isn't working. They're realizing that these latest election results are indications that their days of control in Washington are numbered. Faced with the prospect of losing the House and the Senate in 2022, they are becoming reckless and are about to pull out all the stops.
In fact, you can already see it by their actions.
The vicious name-calling and politics of personal destruction have begun.
Three days before election day, a pro-Democrat group pulled a sleazy, desperate false-flag trick by posing as white supremacists for a photo in front of the Youngkin campaign bus. They dressed in white shirts, khakis, sunglasses, and carried tiki torches. The purpose was to evoke the memory of (and link Glenn Youngkin to) the torch-lit, far-right protest by neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.
(Note the arrow. How can a black person be a white supremacist and what political genius operative thought that was a good idea?)
As for Winsome Sears, I ask that you watch this video--is she not the epitome of the American dream? I think she will be a force to be reckoned with on the national stage:
Yet the media is melting down, because it was "white supremacy" that elected the first black, female, immigrant to the state's second highest office. Is the media so out of touch with reality that they really think people can't see through that malarkey?
A former White House advisor to Barack Obama warned Democrats that the GOP is becoming the "Party of Parents." This evidently will be the new derogatory name for anyone who believes that parents, and not government, have the right to determine what their children are taught. It's reminiscent of Barack Obama insulting people of the Midwest when he said, "They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."
CNN claims that the race in Virginia was won by "racist dog whistles."
Condoleeza Rice, former Secretary of State, appeared on The View and very eloquently explained the problem with Critical Race Theory.
Following her appearance on the program, the progressives on the left savaged her for being "a soldier of white supremacy." To them, it doesn't matter that she's black. She's the WRONG kind of black, as are many other black conservatives who are subjected to name-calling and ridicule for being an "Uncle Tom" or "whitey's kitchen n-word."
Isn't it interesting how the party of tolerance and inclusion is the same party who divides everyone on the basis of skin color? By every definition I've ever heard or read, that makes THEM the racists.
I think the next year is going to be rough. The Democrats are badly wounded. Their agenda is in peril and they're running out of time. And we all know that wounded animals are dangerous. They will have to fight to accomplish their agenda with a ferocity and viciousness that we haven't yet seen.
Stay steady, patriots. We're winning.
Can you feel it?
"The pawn is the least powerful piece on the chessboard. But moving ahead continuously and saving itself from enemies, when it reaches the last line,
it becomes the most powerful piece."
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