Public Schools Teach Hate and Intolerance
Districts forcing elementary (K-5) school libraries to shelve Stamped for Kids, an anti-white screed by notorious racist Ibram X. Kendi, et al.
Public schools pump disinformation into young skulls of mush to warp children for life. That’s effectively their mission, even if they don’t say so out loud.
The latest example comes from an Instragram post by a mother in Massachusetts.
Among other valuable lessons in race hatred, the book informs your darlings that Trump supporters are racists. Here’s the first sentence on page 129:
Trump quickly ushered in racist policies and practices.
And, later on the same page:
These policies encouraged many Trump supporters and sparked hateful acts.
Page 130 claims Trump “delayed” in responding to Covid to maximize death rates of blacks, Latinos, and indigenous people.
Your Kids are Reading This Trash
Salem, Massachusetts, is a long way from St. Louis, but bad information travels fast. We have verified that the book is available in several St. Louis County, Missouri, elementary schools. It’s likely in every public elementary school in the country, including the one your kids attend.
School libraries do not purchase Stamped for Kids. Rather, some outside entity ships the book to districts with instructions to include it in every elementary school library. District headquarters pass the book and the instructions to their elementary schools. School building staff dutifully obey. And, voila, your children magically learn that white people are born racists and America is the root of all evil.
Because it wasn’t purchased through normal distribution channels, it might not appear in a district’s online listing of library books. You’ll have to go into the school library and look.
Teachers’ Guide, or ‘How to Make Your White Students Consider Suicide’
A book in a library is one thing. Most kindergarten-through-fifth-grade kids probably wouldn’t open a 169-page book. That’s why numerous leftist organizations encourage teachers to devote long hours to reading the book in class and talking about how evil white people are.
So, the book isn’t just gathering dust on the library shelf. Chances are, a teacher is making your little ones that white people are genetically predisposed to enslave non-white people, that their Trump-voting parents are evil, and that the world was perfect before white people came along.
Ibram X. Kendi Is a Racist Moron
Last year, Kendi accidentally admitted that non-white students are more likely to be accepted to a top university than equally qualified white students. Kendi admitted this accidentally when he tried to prove white people are genetically evil.
Jack Posobiec, editor of “Human Events,” mocked Kendi on Twitter. As Posobiec pointed out, Kendi debunked his own life’s work in one tweet. Posobiec was unarguably right. Kendi had committed what’s popularly known as a “self-own.”
Kendi, of course, went berserk.
Here’s a great video in which Posobiec brilliantly and succinctly explains the episode:
Now you know the mindset and the stupidity of the book’s author. Ibram X. Kendi who now has more influence over your child than her teacher or you.
Public Schools Are Worse Than You Think
As we have pointed out before, this propaganda isn’t limited a few schools in leftist places like Loudon County, Virginia. Nationalization of public education has eliminated parental and taxpayer influence from school policies and curricula. Non-governmental organizations and the US Department of Education, with cooperation from the National School Boards Association and the like, dictate what your child learns.
Electing pro-American school board members is a good start, but parents and taxpayers need to go much further. They need to be willing to go without federal and state funding—period. As long as the Department of Education or a state’s equivalent dangles grants or threatens subsidies to school districts, schools will do whatever the government tells them.
At the moment, the government’s only tool to force schools into compliance is money. Bloated headquarters, expensive campuses, and massive extracurricular programs cost more than property taxes can generate. Property taxes might cover the cost of teaching math, science, history, and literature—the stuff schools are supposed to provide, but often don’t.
Until parents are willing to give up the football team, the $6 million theater, and the $10 million sports stadium, schools will continue to teach students that their parents are evil.