CRT breeds vengeance and violence but backlash growing, too

Tuesday, May 11, 2021
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'Equity' (cubes)Backlash is growing over students and corporate employees who are forced to sit through brow-beating lessons on being born white, and apologists for the radical indoctrination still claiming the public is woefully misinformed.

“All of a sudden you’re hearing people talk about Critical Race Theory, people who have no idea what that term means,” Randi Weingarten, the far-left teachers union president, recently complained to Black News Channel.

Yet more and more non-woke people are waking up to Critical Race Theory and its Marxist-inspired claim that whites are the oppressors and everyone else their victims. Alarmed teachers are speaking out and exposing  secretive classroom lessons, and fed-up corporate employees, such as a whistleblower at Coca-Cola and now at Disney, are revealing what they are required to sit through or else be viewed as a racist on the company payroll.

Much like Weingarten’s observation, a spokesman for Coca-Cola claimed corporate training that included the phrase “Be Less White” was a misunderstood attempt to build an “inclusive work place.”    

“Research shows that by age 3 to 4,” an online lesson states, “children understand that it is better to be white."

Another lesson tells white employees at Coca-Cola to be “less white, less arrogant, less certain, less defensive, less ignorant, and more humble.”

In the more recent revelations at Disney, employees are sitting through a “Reimagine Tomorrow” program. Once the mega-corporation was outed for the program, a corporate statement claims employees are allowed “diversity of thought and discussion” on the issue of race and discrimination, even though the lessons call on white employees to reject the idea of “equality” and embrace “equity.” One employee exercise is called “How to Tell If You Have White Fragility.”

Christopher Rufo, a Manhattan Institute scholar who is busily exposing CRT and the corporate wokeness, states in a social media post that Disney’s top executive are all white males, whose net worth exceeds $1 billion, but the hourly employees are instructed by the anti-racism workshops to “work through feelings of guilt, shame, and defensiveness” over their whiteness.

Taxpayers revolt over CRT

In a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, tea party leader Tom Zawistowski tells One News Now that a proposed school tax increase was defeated thanks to robo calls from him reminding taxpayers and parents about the anti-racism lessons that were exposed just days earlier in Rocky River schools.

According to a local television news story, the school district has worked with the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio for several years to offer “Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion” program that is now being expanded to lower grades in the school district that is 95% white.

The proposed tax levy increase was defeated 53%-46%.

“That was a big shot to them,” Zawistowski says of school officials, “because we’re going to defund the school districts that teach Critical Race Theory.”

Killing Whites 101

Teaching a generation of students that white people, and white men in particular, are a scourge on society does has consequences. “Yes, I think white people need to be eradicated,” a black student leader at Stanford University commented in a social media post last year.

That online comment and several others made by student Gabrielle Crooks were reported by The College Fix, the education watchdog, after Republican students at the university complained Crooks was seeking re-election to the student senate after advocating violence against white people.

Crooks also retweeted a cartoon depicting a far-left college campus where statues of Mao Zedong and Karl Marx have been erected, and a gay pride flag is waving, while a white man is being set on fire and anarchists are attacking a building that houses the Classics Department. The student leader called the cartoon a “white tears live stream.”

College Fix editor Matt Lamb tells One News Now he doubts Crooks is really advocating violence against fellow white students but points out she has not apologized for her comments or claimed she regrets them.

“So I think it’s fair to say she still stands behind these statements,” he says.

To date, Crooks has not been punished for her comments and has instead been endorsed for re-election by The Stanford Daily because she intends to improve academic accommodations, reinstate finals weeks, and prioritize mental health. For a Stanford student leader to go unpunished for advocating violence is especially rich on a college campus where Ben Shapiro’s 2019 appearance was condemned by the Daily as “another year of white supremacy, xenophobia and bigotry” on the campus.

Elsewhere on the College Fix website, Lamb reports that a black college instructor authored a book in which he imagines trapping unsuspecting white friends in a room, then gassing them to death:

When this race war hits its crescendo, I’ll gather you all into a beautifully decorated room under the pretense of unity. I’ll give a speech to civility and all the good times we share; I’ll smile as we raise glasses to your good, white health, while the detonator blinks under the table, knowing the exits are locked and the air vents filled with gas.

Disney signLamb and College Fix document anti-white college stories daily that range from the disturbing, such as fantasizing about killing oppressive white people, to the bizarre such as a blacks-only “Racial Trauma Yoga” session at Brown University.

According to Rufo, the anti-CRT journalist, now is the time to push back against left-wing counter-claims over CRT and its role in classrooms and corporate boardrooms.

Disney, for example, claimed Rufos's exposure of "Reimagine Tomorrow" was a "distorted" view of the program.

"This is false," Rufo responded via Twitter. "I published direction quotations, contextual screenshots, and the original source documents in their entirety."

It is Disney that is "distorting the truth," he wrote, "and I won't stand for it."


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