Amazon Pays For Critical Race Theory In Virginia Schools

Democrats in Virginia are looking citizens directly in the eye and declaring Critical Race Theory (CRT) isn’t being taught in the state’s schools. These Democrat social engineers are telling this lie while placing CRT books in the hands of kids. This poisonous doctrine is insidious and destructive to the self-esteem and confidence of students who are subject to this manifesto of hatred directed at them because their skin is white. Parents should reject it absolutely and demand that this institutional form of racism and child abuse be ended immediately.

Here is a training video for Virginia teachers that is cringeworthy on CRT. Elementary Teacher Training for VA Beach Public Schools Feb 2021. “one of the most freeing things that white people can do…is to say ‘of course I’m racist” (at the 8:50 minute point).

 

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Amazon spent $5,000 to infuse Virginia public schools with Ibram Kendi’s books.  Watchdog group Parents Defending Education obtained emails revealing that Arron Gregory, the director of diversity and inclusion, requested copies of Kendi’s books. Amazon subsequently donated hundreds of copies to area high schools and paid Kendi’s coauthor, Jason Reynolds, $10,000 to address students, the Free Beacon reported.

By now, many have heard of Ibram X. Kendi and his racist books that many school systems are forcing down the throats of students while telling you it’s not CRT.  A cursory glance at the rhetoric in Kendi’s books that claim to be antiracist makes it clear that they are anything but that. He’s unambiguous that it’s perfectly acceptable for minorities to discriminate against Caucasians and the broader culture. Images of the democrat George Wallace standing in schoolhouse doorways in the 1960s telling black kids they don’t belong there come to mind.  Educators in Virginia schools have read Kendi’s book titled “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You” and had no problem with this quote –

“The only remedy to racist discrimination is antiracist discrimination. The only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination.”

I imagine you don’t need to read that a second time to understand the disturbing message that Virginia schools agree with and applaud.  So, what we have here is an institution practicing institutional racism on our children. Ibram Kendi has said in public that if you have a problem with CRT and statements he’s made in support of it, then you are the equivalent of the KKK pushing back against school integration.  Kendi fails to understand that he is spewing the same segregationist, racist garbage that the KKK did towards integration. How is this lost on him? When God made radical Marxists like Kendi, he forgot to include the gene responsible for the sense of irony and introspection.

His books are being pushed in an ever-increasing number of schools; the U.S. military and corporations are adopting his books.  Ibram Kendi’s books represent a racial puritanism that is dividing the country and demonizing Caucasians from an institutional level. Ibram Kendi’s words reveal his obsession with race – “every action, idea, thought, and policy is either racist or antiracist. There is no such thing as a not-racist idea. There is no such thing as a nonracist or race-neutral policy.”

During the Cultural Revolution in China, Chairman Mau divided people into the same two groups that Ibram X. Kendi does, the “oppressor” and the “oppressed,” and we all know the outcome in China – nearly twenty million murdered.

 RWR original article syndication source.

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Written by Liam Salvatore

Liam Salvatore writes at the Right Wire Report. Contact him at blueday@rightwirereport.com.

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  1. “There is no such thing as a not-racist idea. There is no such thing as a nonracist or race-neutral policy.” That statement alone by Kendi should disqualify his books from being used in schools of any kind. This reminds me of Nikole Hannah-Jones’ “The 1619 Project” and Robin DiAngelo’s “White Fragility” being taken as fact and used as textbooks.

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