Students as young as four who attend Janney Elementary School in Washington, D.C., were recently exposed to a lesson on “anti-racism” that included instructions about how to humiliate and disparage their own “racist” family members.
The texts these students were told to read talked about how, “It’s not your fault for having white privilege, but it is your fault if you choose to ignore it,” and asked questions like, “Where do you see racism in yourself?”
Identifying hidden internal racism, the texts went on to suggest, “requires true soul-searching.” Students just need to be “real with yourself” while avoiding feelings of guilt and shame.
As for their parents, however, students were told that their racism is more pronounced and must be addressed.
“Who in your family has racist beliefs?” was one of the questions asked. “Do you think you can change their ways? What is your strategy for dealing with them?”
Mind you, some of the children asked these questions are so young that they barely even know how to tie their own shoes, let alone have an intervention and confrontation with their own parents about supposedly being “racist.”
The lesson encouraged active rebellion against one’s own parents, who it systematically categorized as evil white supremacists who need to be dealt with, if you know what I mean.
According to Harbingers Daily, the children were also exposed to a propaganda booklet called “First Book for Kids” from Doyin Richards, an author who presented the material to these little ones.
Richards founded a racist group called the “Anti-Racism Fight Club” that denigrates people with white skin while propping up people with dark skin.
Many of the children were frightened by Richards’ presentation, including one little girl who had to sleep with the light on and her bedroom door open after being exposed to it.
“Not only is this topic age-inappropriate for young children (especially kindergartners), but it is also fundamentally wrong,” Harbingers Daily explains. “It doesn’t solve racism: it creates guilt, shame, and (you guessed it) actually fuels racist attitudes.”
Beyond that, telling little white children that they and their families are evil just because their skin is light traumatizes them, which appears to be the goal.
Tearing down all things white and replacing them with all things non-white has become a big part of public school curriculum in America today. The next generations are being told that white is bad and black is good, and this ideology is what many of them will now carry with them throughout the rest of their lives.
The implications of this for society, and especially for white people in general, are chilling. Anti-white fascism is creating a genocidal attitude against light-skinned people that threatens their continued existence.
White children who have to grow up in this type of environment will grow to hate themselves and others who look like them. The more they are told that white means evil, the more they will begin to blame themselves and their family members for every ill in society that has absolutely nothing to do with them.
It is a sick and twisted agenda that is already bearing its rotten fruit all across this land. And as long as Americans continue to send their children to these demon dens known as public schools, the problem will only worsen.
“Many black folks have a grudge against Whitey because they have been brainwashed into thinking that Whitey enslaved them hundreds of years ago,” wrote someone at Natural News in response to an article about how anti-white “diversity officer” is now among the fastest-growing careers on LinkedIn.
“And guess what? The brainwashing has been done to them by the same people who actually did enslave them.”
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