The Racist Propaganda Conference for Teachers

From April 13, to April 16, the Lakeville school district in Minnesota is sending its teachers to the 12th annual "White Privilege Conference."   Yes, it is as bad as it sounds.  To quote the article: "The conference is ‘built on the premise that the U.S was started by white people, for white people.'  Its mission is to get participants to confront their biases in a ‘journey in understanding white supremacy, whiteness, privilege, power and oppression.' And to agree to take action in (their) own circle of power.'"  At workshops participants will "discuss how white privilege, white supremacy, and oppression affects daily life."

This seems pretty straightforward.  The premise is that all white people are bad.  I wonder why this isn't called the "Racist Propaganda Conference" instead.  Of course, they would never admit that that is what they are doing. Leftists never do. They would just claim that they are just trying to make people aware of "differences". 

These people are not innocent of political indoctrination either. The keynote speaker at the 2009 conference said, that we must look beyond our ‘declining empire' to ‘exciting progressive developments' in Hugo Chavez's Venezuela -- among them, ‘land reform and redistribution of wealth, neighborhood committees, recognition of women's unpaid labor, end of spanking.'" 

Isn't it comforting to know that your hard earned tax money is being used to sponsor the promotion of Socialism amongst the very people who stand before your child and influence him day after day?  Children look up to their teachers, they think teachers know everything, even more than their parents. And children aren't stupid.  The children who have white skin will eventually catch on.  For all the promotion of self-esteem these days, what kind of effect do you think this will have on your child when he gets the message that his mind doesn't matter-but his skin color does?

Don't think this kind of propaganda doesn't come back to the classroom.  It does.

Charlotte Cushman is a Montessori educator at Minnesota Renaissance School, Anoka, Minnesota and has been involved in the study of Ayn Rand's philosophy since 1970.
From April 13, to April 16, the Lakeville school district in Minnesota is sending its teachers to the 12th annual "White Privilege Conference."   Yes, it is as bad as it sounds.  To quote the article: "The conference is ‘built on the premise that the U.S was started by white people, for white people.'  Its mission is to get participants to confront their biases in a ‘journey in understanding white supremacy, whiteness, privilege, power and oppression.' And to agree to take action in (their) own circle of power.'"  At workshops participants will "discuss how white privilege, white supremacy, and oppression affects daily life."

This seems pretty straightforward.  The premise is that all white people are bad.  I wonder why this isn't called the "Racist Propaganda Conference" instead.  Of course, they would never admit that that is what they are doing. Leftists never do. They would just claim that they are just trying to make people aware of "differences". 

These people are not innocent of political indoctrination either. The keynote speaker at the 2009 conference said, that we must look beyond our ‘declining empire' to ‘exciting progressive developments' in Hugo Chavez's Venezuela -- among them, ‘land reform and redistribution of wealth, neighborhood committees, recognition of women's unpaid labor, end of spanking.'" 

Isn't it comforting to know that your hard earned tax money is being used to sponsor the promotion of Socialism amongst the very people who stand before your child and influence him day after day?  Children look up to their teachers, they think teachers know everything, even more than their parents. And children aren't stupid.  The children who have white skin will eventually catch on.  For all the promotion of self-esteem these days, what kind of effect do you think this will have on your child when he gets the message that his mind doesn't matter-but his skin color does?

Don't think this kind of propaganda doesn't come back to the classroom.  It does.

Charlotte Cushman is a Montessori educator at Minnesota Renaissance School, Anoka, Minnesota and has been involved in the study of Ayn Rand's philosophy since 1970.

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