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It’s just an academic theory

I see there has been some ruction here in New Zealand about a high school activist group (School Strike For Climate Auckland or SSFCA) breaking itself up because of its inherent White Supremacy.

Apparently the group was “advised” about this problem by Maori and Pasifika groups also engaged in “fighting Climate Change”. I was amused that Chris Trotter covered this story with the title, Losing The “Struggle-Session” Over Climate Change:

The statement released by SSFCA was heart-breaking. To find an historical precedent for the document’s abject self-negation and unqualified acknowledgement of guilt it is necessary to go back to the “struggle sessions” of Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution of the late-1960s. Or, even further back, to the “confessions” tremulously delivered by the broken victims of Joseph Stalin’s show trials in the 1930s. The shaming and vilification required to reduce these idealistic young people to a state of such utter intellectual prostration proves conclusively that human viciousness is not a trait peculiar to those whose skins are white.

That’s because I’ve covered this insanity in a series of posts over the last year titled The Struggle Sessions, and yes, its treatment of humans is “heart-breaking”, although it’s hard to hold back the schadenfreude as the theory now hits some of the very people who wielded it not five minutes ago.

In the light of such occurrences as SSFCA’s it’s quite amazing that we’re suddenly seeing people, particularly the MSM, suddenly blathering about how this is “just an academic theory” that perhaps is being used badly by “fringe groups”.

Bullshit! This is spreading fast and wide through mainstream institutions and pushed by supposedly mainstream groups like teachers, and it is hitting your kids and grandkids. They know it better than you, as shown by the following two examples.

First up is a short speech by some 15 year old kid at a school board meeting for Rosemount High School, located in a suburb of Minneapolis.

At least he had the good sense to tell them he was quitting the school and going elsewhere to be educated in how to think critically.

The next example is a lot sadder. It’s a letter written by a high school student to his former English teacher, who recently resigned from Dwight-Englewood School in protest to the introduction of Critical Race Theory. The letter was released by Columbia university professor of linguistics, John McWhorter (whose take on “systemic racism” I wrote about earlier)

Dear Mrs. Stangel-Plowe,

I truly hope you do read this email, but I understand if you are too busy to. I am extremely grateful that you were my teacher this year, and for the ideas you finally brought to light recently. I hope you realize how big of an impact you made on our community. Unfortunately, all of what you said is true; I know many students that are scared to speak out on their opinions in fear. I have reluctantly prohibited myself from saying certain things in class also in fear of sounding politically incorrect. I see the negative effects of this toxic community in my fellow students and faculty every day.

Namely, my eighth grade English teacher taught us for the first two weeks about pretty much how awful white men are. For two weeks, I did not speak a single word in her class. My fellow white male classmates left the classroom every time feeling the same way. For lack of a better word, those teachings made me feel like horse shit, like worthless scum undeserving of living.

Later during that year, in my history class, my white classmates were constantly using the pronoun “we” when talking about slavery. Eventually, I had to raise my hand and remind them: that “we” were not and are not a part of these despicable acts. Most of our parents were refugees from foreign countries, whose ancestors were also oppressed and persecuted. This year, I have battled with countless generalizing and oppression towards white men. There are girls, whom I am friends with, that genuinely believe that all men are misogynistic. I see movements on social media like #KAM which stands for “Kill all men”; people don’t realize how strongly that affects boys in an extremely negative way.

Even now, I am struggling and frightened to fully express my opinion to my girlfriend, who believes that most white men are oppressive beings. Everyone is talking about your letter, many many students including myself are extremely grateful for what you’ve done. My friends and classmates feel much more comfortable expressing their voices and many minds are changing. So I am once again thanking you for trying to improve our school. I wish I could put into words the extent to which I admire and thank you. I wish I could describe to you the good that you have done. I aspire to be as brave as you some day.

With endless amounts of love and respect,

-Your former D-E student

You can see how this sort of “education” could produce sad, frightened young teenagers like the ones who formed SSFCA, whose actions show that it’s not just US high school kids who are imbibing this garbage.

Oh, and the first thing that second boy needs to do in terms of “bravery” is dump that toxic POS “girlfriend” before she fucks him up permanently.

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  1. Reblogged this on Utopia, you are standing in it!.

    Jim Rose

    June 21, 2021 at 7:14 pm

  2. Its weird, truly weird – there are many wrongs in history, there are many wrongs to this very day

    But the people vanguard of the fight for human dignity and freedoms have almost always been white and Christian – People like William Wilberforce

    There is still slavery today, it still exists in its traditional form in Africa and the ME

    Slavery still exists today in the West with people trafficking, especially for the “Sex Industry” and for cheap labour often agricultural – even in little ol’ New Zealand.

    There was a celebrated murder trial in Iowa – the case involved a extremely attractive 19 year old woman who disappeared without trace while out jogging on a rural Iowa road and was eventually solved when the culprit was identified, an undocumented Mexican who abducted, presumably raped and murdered her before leaving her body in a cornfield where she remained for five weeks in the hot Iowan summer until discovered

    This was political Dynamite given Donald Trump’s stance on immigration and the Orange Man bad reflexes of the media establishment

    Be that as it may the interesting thing was the defendant in this case, now convicted, was working as a farm hand on a large dairy farm completely staffed by illegals. And even more interesting when this character was first identified as a “person of interest in the case and the farm where he worked canvased law enforcement was fully aware of this and planned accordingly, bringing in Spanish speaking law enforcement officers from all over Iowa to conduct the interviews of the farm hands

    Even more interesting they specifically bought in a native Spanish speaking woman police officer from a police force hundreds of miles away to formally interview this guy who was working under an Anglo name but couldn’t even speak English.

    What I’m suggesting here is that these undocumented farm hands are economically useful, working long hours for very low wages and the authorities wilfully ignore their presence provided they keep their heads down – in other words they are little different from slaves, working on farms in isolated rural areas, linguistically isolated from main street USA and that suits a lot of people with political clout

    And this trial provided a brief glimpse into that world

    Andrei

    June 21, 2021 at 8:02 pm


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