(Article by Shane Trejo republished from BigLeaguePolitics.com)
The AFT published “You’re My Inspiration: How I Came to Understand Racism in America—and What We Can Do About It” written by Eric K. Ward in their quarterly American Educator journal. Ward is a senior fellow with the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), the anti-American hate organization that profiles Christians as terrorist threats.
Ward’s vitriolic screed shows just how weak, feeble minds can be gripped by toxic Marxist ideology, which can have dire ramifications causing civilizations to crumble and nations to fall.
“As a young Black male who came of age in the Reagan years, I wasn’t destined to become a civil rights leader. In fact, I very easily could have become Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, or Brandon Rapolla, one of the increasing number of people of color from my age group joining the white-nationalist-driven coalition known as the alt-right,” Ward said, echoing Orwellian media talking points about the rise of “multicultural white supremacy.”
“Back in high school, I don’t think “America First” would have sounded as ominous to me as it does now, depending on whose mouth it is uttered from. I clearly wasn’t as xenophobic as most of the white folks around me, but like all Americans, Black folks grew up immersed in xenophobia, sexism, homophobia, and racism—it was the air we also breathed,” he added.
Ward explained that he learned about systemic racism after moving to Eugene, Oregon, which was at the time a clean, friendly and relatively crime-free place. He was taught that this was a problem because the population was too white. After being indoctrinated into Marxism at a local community college, Ward claimed that it was “systemic racism” that stopped him from immediately finding a job, even though he admitted that it was a “conservative white Republican man” hired him.
Ward said that it is important for children to be brainwashed by teachers into hating the American founding ideals rooted in European culture in order for “inclusive democracy” to take root.
“There is a painful, persistent legacy of racism in this country that affects every one of us, every day. What we have to remember is that while many of us are not responsible for creating that legacy, we are responsible for what we choose to do with that legacy today,” he said.
“Real-world people and relationships are beneficial for reducing biases. This is why persistent residential segregation is such a danger to America’s democracy. It’s also why public schools continue to be centered as cultural battlegrounds by those uncomfortable with America’s shifting demographics. Schools are one of the few places where folks more regularly interact across lines of race, national origin, religion, class, and gender,” Ward added.
Ward gave tips for teachers on how to indoctrinate students into the Black Lives Matter mindset in which race is the factor determining all outcomes, and totalitarian government issuing handouts and influencing society on a racial basis is the only answer. This defines Ward’s core Marxist principle of “equity.”
“Equity is about improving how our society functions for the betterment of all. It can be thought of as the justice component of the diversity-inclusion-equity continuum. Diversity is essentially about quantity: the range and number of different identities and cultures in any given system. Inclusion is essentially about quality: the quality of participation across identities and cultures. Equity is about justice: the policies and practices that ensure equitable outcomes,” he said.
Ward made it clear that he wants to empower felons and take tools away from law enforcement to be able to reduce criminal activity. These policies have led to a nationwide surge in violent crime since BLM’s summer of destruction in 2020 in honor of the movement’s fentanyl saint George Floyd.
“Property managers use criminal background screenings to exclude more Black rental applicants than white applicants. Worse, some whole communities adopt “crime-free housing ordinances,” which capitalize on our history of over policing and mass incarceration of people of color to reduce rental housing access (many of these ordinances exclude those with arrests without convictions and encourage landlords to evict people they suspect have committed crimes). And yet, these hiring and housing managers and local government officials likely do not consider themselves racist,” Ward said.
“When it comes to getting along with each other as humans in the imperfect but still possible democracy that is this country, few of us are without regrets. My own story illustrates that working for racial equity and an inclusive multiracial democracy was not inevitable. I was fortunate to encounter some good life teachers and some key choice points. I hope my story and the other stories I’ve shared with you here help you embrace the necessary choices, the courageous conversations, and the commitment to equity that this moment requires,” he concluded.
If this systemic indoctrination in public schools is not defeated, with the soulless monsters leading this movement imprisoned for child abuse, Western Civilization will die a much-deserved death.
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