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R.L. News => General News => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 04 May 2020 at 12:07

Title: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 04 May 2020 at 12:07
Unfortunately another anti-White magazine with the primary goal of mind polluting our children. Our enemies like to start early with their attacks/indoctrination on our youth.


‘Reopen’ Protests Are Motivated By Racism, Lack of Concern for Black and Brown LivesThis op-ed argues that the calls to “liberate” America are rooted in white entitlement.

Kandist Mallett
MAY 01, 2020
Ethan Miller


In Huntington Beach, California, about 45 minutes away from Los Angeles without traffic, the beach was recently crowded with mostly white bodies who were not wearing masks nor practicing social distancing.

Huntington Beach is home to one of the “reopen" movements, an astroturf protest focused on reopening businesses across America as the COVID-19 pandemic still rages, in a rejection of all things science. A year ago protesters took to downtown Huntington Beach for an anti-immigration rally that turned violent. Huntington Beach and Orange County in general have a strong white nationalist presence. Whether it’s “taking back their country,” “making America great again,” or “reopening America,” the goals of these white Americans are rooted in a desire to return to their white dominance and white comfort.

There are two fronts where Black people are being hit hard by the pandemic: the physical and the financial. A long history of government neglect and unequal access to health care has meant that Black people have been disprortionately killed by this virus. The decision of some states to reopen as the number of positive cases continues to growfeels like a big ole racist F-you to Black Americans. It’s almost like once they found out Black people were the most impacted, they became even less concerned.

Georgia governor Brian Kemp, who has been accused of voter suppression and took a picture with a notorious racist during a campaign rally, was the first to order his state to reopen. Georgia is currently ranked twelfthin the U.S. for states with the most COVID-19 infections, with more than 26,000 cases and more than 1,000 deaths. On April 14, when there were 501 deaths, the Georgia Department of Public Health reported that at least 248 were Black people. Dougherty County, which is 70%Black, has the most deaths in the state. There has been resistance to reopening by some local leaders. Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she would consider legal options to keep Atlanta closed. In response to her pushback, Bottoms received a racist text message that used the n-word and demanded she reopen the city.

Despite data showing that social distancing is working in other states, ordering Georgia’s heavily Black and brown workforce back on the job relieves the state of having to pay unemployment benefits. According to CityLab, $42 million was distributed in unemployment benefits in Georgia during a span of seven days in late March. And as As Vice reported, those who refuse to go back to work out early of fear for their safety will lose their pandemic unemployment insurance. The $2 trillion federal stimulus package also meant that those on unemployment would have seen an extra $600 in their unemployment paycheck.

The same sort of callous logic is playing out at the federal level. When it appeared that the supply chain of meat production was threatened, President Donald Trump didn’t hesitate to cite the Defense Production Act to force meat production plants to stay open. A lot of those workers are Black and brown, including immigrants. Largely what Trump is saying is that the country's desire to have meat — and these companies’ bottom lines — is more important than the lives of the workers.

The calls from white officials and their constituents to “liberate” America and get the country back to work are rooted in white entitlement. These people want to return to the comforts of their lives even if it costs the lives of the workers providing them. In some of the anti-lockdown protests, Confederate flags could be spotted among the signs reading, “I want a haircut.” The point of some of these protests isn’t that these white workers are eager to get back to their own jobs, but that they want “their help” to get back to work. The parallels to slavery raise themselves.

Racism in this country is more than just how an individual feels about a race; it’s the systemic, institutional inequality. When we look at the calls to reopen and policies surrounding recovery, Black communities are largely disadvantaged by both. Type Investigations reported that out of the 63 retail COVID-19 public-private testing sites that Trump boasted about, only eight were in Black communities. The lack of testing for those who are Black has been a story we’ve heard throughout this crisis. Kaila Corrothers told NBC News that her mother, Deborah Gatewood, was denied testing four times before ultimately dying of COVID-19. Corrothers said Gatewood was a hospital worker who had symptoms but had her concerns repeatedly dismissed. (Gatewood’s employer, Beaumont Hospital in Farmington Hills, Michigan, told NBC that it was "doing everything we can to evaluate, triage and care for patients based on the information we know at the time. We grieve the loss of any patient to COVID-19.") Gatewood’s story is infuriating, but it’s not surprising. The Detroit area has long shown a lack of care for Black lives; whether it’s through environmental racism, economic failure, or mass incarceration, racists are going to racist.

I can’t help but think of Black health overall and how many of us have died because we’ve been denied proper treatment. I’ve been thinking about the thousands of Black women who have died because of failures in pregnancy and the difficulty Black people face getting screening for cancer and other deadly diseases. When we first started to hear about a shortage of testing, I knew that meant that Black people would be denied testing somehow because of institutional racism in our health care system.
Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 08 August 2020 at 14:01
White parents need to be more and more vigilant against the indoctrination and mind pollution of our children. The attack on our race starts at an early age and we must protect our children. They are our future.

PBS’s Arthur Episode on ‘Racism’ is Unbelievable Propaganda

By The Red Elephants
August 7, 2020

“Arthur,” the PBS Kids show about an aardvark and his friends, recently launched a short new episode about Black Lives Matter and racism.

Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 17 September 2020 at 12:00
Be aware. Our enemies start their mind pollution at an early age if allowed.


Pennsylvania school district mandates "anti-racism" lessons for elementary students

by Peter Heck · Aug 17th, 2020 8:46 am
Last Updated Aug 19th, 2020 at 9:00 am

Children at Gladwyne Elementary School in Pennsylvania, one of the richest districts in the country, will be required to undergo extensive "anti-racist" curriculum training this year in order to combat racism and privilege.

The school's "cultural proficiency" lessons will require kindergarten and first grade students to read "A Kid's Book About Racism," while fourth and fifth graders will be taught from "Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness." The latter book teaches that racism entails white people sympathizing with police officers.

While the school had already announced four new cultural proficiency lessons back in June, they have since added a fifth that concentrates solely on "anti-racism."

"Generally, each class also engages in a cultural proficiency lesson; however, we realize that this is not enough," Gladwyne Principal Veronica Ellers wrote in an email obtained by the Free Beacon. "We plan to continue designing lessons that promote anti-racist actions in the upcoming 20-21 school year and beyond."

A group of parents have objected to the changes, but have largely been ignored by the school administration. Some parents believe the nature of the curriculum itself works to silence parental objection out of fear of being labeled a racist.

Gladwyne Elementary School is far from the only district dealing with this issue. A left-wing education group called "Teaching Tolerance" has been partnering with other districts to develop curriculum that reshapes social studies classes to highlight slavery as a fundamental backbone of America's existence.
Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 17 September 2020 at 12:44
Australia's first female prime minister, Juliar Gillard, attempted to pass new laws to force children from age 2 in kindergarten to be taught anti-Bullying, anti-Masculinity, anti-Racism/anti-White lessons. It didn't pass, but you know that's what they are doing anyway.

If anyone's looking for the information, it'll be buried somewhere in the Australian/Downunder News section of this forum.
Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 17 September 2020 at 22:09
Do not baptize your children. Stay away from marxist school program who do not teach us how to make profit from your job with lot of false occupations who do not have price on market. Create private religious school as it have other religions who is legal in your state who can explain Creativity with white specialists who have good result in jobs. Promote also eugenic in school who will not allow lunatics into health white class who live according to four dimensions of Creativity.
Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth - Sesame Street
Post by: Private on 12 October 2020 at 10:34
Sesame Street - indoctrinating our White youth for decades.


'Listen. Act. Unite': 'Sesame Street' tackles racism in Zoom-like TV special


“Sesame Street" has always pressed for inclusion. Now in the wake of the national reckoning on race, it's going further — teaching children to stand up against racism.


Sesame Workshop — the nonprofit, educational organization behind “Sesame Street” — will later this month air the half-hour anti-racist special "The Power of We” and hopes families will watch together.

The special defines racism for younger viewers and shows how it can be hurtful. It urges children who encounter racism or hear someone else be the victim of it to call it out. “When you see something that's wrong, speak up and say, ‘That’s wrong' and tell an adult,” 6-year-old Gabrielle the Muppet advises.

The special, composed of little skits and songs in a Zoom-like format, will stream on HBO Max and PBS Kids and air on PBS stations beginning Oct. 15.

In one animated skit, a Black Muppet is told by a white Muppet that he can't dress up like a superhero because they're only white. Though hurt, the Black Muppet nevertheless refuses to stop playing superheroes, saying they can come in all colors. The white Muppet soon apologizes. “Racism hurts and it's wrong,” is the message.

In the song “How Do You Know?” racism is dealt with head-on. “Hey, Elmo, how would you feel if I said, 'I don't like you ‘cause I don’t like the color red?'” sings Tamir, a Black, 8-year-old Muppet. Elmo responds: ”Elmo wouldn't care what you said 'cause Elmo is proud, proud to be red!" It concludes with the lines: “Speak up. Say something. Don’t give in.”

“We believe that this moment calls for a direct discussion about racism to help children grasp the issues and teach them that they are never too young to be ‘upstanders’ for themselves, one another, and their communities,” said Kay Wilson Stallings, executive vice president of creative and production at Sesame Workshop, in a statement.

Current and former Sesame Street human cast members Alan, Charlie, Chris and Gordon take part in the special, alongside celebrity guests Yara Shahidi, the star of "grown-ish;" “Hamilton” star Christopher Jackson; and Grammy-nominated singer Andra Day.

Viewers are offered tips to help their communities unite, including chalk drawings, making positive signs and going to sing-a-longs. When outside, all the puppets wear masks, even the letter puppets. The special concludes with the slogan “Listen. Act. Unite.”

Sesame Workshop has included online resources for parents to help guide conversations with their child about race, including talking, singing and breathing together. “Sharing can help us feel better,” is one tip. There are also downloadable pictures to color and a certificate with a place to put the name of an upstander.

“Sesame Street,” which last year celebrated its 50th anniversary, has a history of explaining the world to children, tackling everything from foster care to substance abuse. The latest special comes on the heels of “Sesame Street” contributing to “Coming Together: Standing Up To Racism,” a CNN town hall special in June hosted by Van Jones and Erica Hill.
Title: Re: Indoctrination of Our Youth
Post by: Private on 13 October 2020 at 13:05
... Was a nice neighbourhood until the Reffos arrived!