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March 18, 2021
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I’ve made it clear how I view identity politics and the “anti-racist” movement –- that it’s actually the most racist thing to come along in this country since the days of Jim Crow.

So, how far will “anti-racists” go to further their blatantly racist (anti-white) agenda? The DAILY WIRE has a must-read article --- long, but well worth your time --- about what a school district in Loudoun County, a DC suburb in Virginia that happens to be the wealthiest county in America, is doing to try to shut down parents who disagree with their anti-racist curriculum. Keep in mind that these are the people who work at high-level jobs in Washington, DC; tragically, they make up our elite “leadership class.” The article is by Luke Rosiak, who has investigated some important stories that the mainstream media totally ignore, such as the mystery surrounding the Pakistani family servicing the DNC computers.

Read the DAILY WIRE article here.

In short, there’s a private Facebook group called “Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County,” which also includes current and former teachers, that has compiled a list of parents suspected of disagreeing with actions the schools have taken, including their teaching of “controversial racial concepts.” Their stated purpose, in part, is to “infiltrate, use “hackers” to silence parents’ communications, and “expose these parents publicly.” As...RACISTS!

They're doing this even though their communications include no evidence of racist behavior by the parents targeted. The parents were simply objecting to, wanting a debate about, or even just being neutral about “Critical Race Theory.” According to Critical Race Theory (CRT), anyone who objects to Critical Race Theory, questions Critical Race Theory or is even neutral about Critical Race Theory is a racist who is automatically considered an enemy by Critical Race Theory.

One “racial consulting” firm, the Equity Collaborative out of California, was paid close to $500,000 by Loudoun’s public school system, which has, according to the DAILY WIRE, “flooded its curricula and policies with racial rhetoric.” Members of the district staff were required to undergo “Equity in the Center” training to promote the idea of racial injustice and the urgency of making up for it.

Some of the people in this Facebook group use pseudonyms, but the DAILY WIRE has identified them as being “a 'Who’s Who' of the affluent jurisdiction outside DC, including school staff and elected officials.” Again, our leaders. They were looking for volunteers to help them with their activities, which a local pro-CRT mom helpfully listed online. Note especially #2...

1) Gather information (community mailing lists, lists of folks who are in charge of the anti-CRT movement, lists of local lawmakers/folks in charge).

2) Infiltrate (create fake online profiles and join these groups to collect and communicate information, hackers who can either shut down their websites or redirect them to pro-CRT...websites.

3) Spread information (expose these people publicly, create online petitions, create counter-mailings).

4) Find a way to gather donations for these efforts. Volunteering is great, but these efforts can be costly and not everyone has extra funds readily available.

The mom wrote, “I’m losing any hope that remaining civil towards these people changes anything. Avoiding these people isn’t enough to stop the spread of their evil rhetoric.”

"These people"?

According to CRT, saying that people should be judged by their character and NOT by skin color is "evil rhetoric." The story out of Loudoun County is in some ways reminiscent of the witch hunts in Salem, Massachusetts, as a group of wealthy, obsessed suburban white women takes radical measures against what they see as evil in their community.

Fortunately, one of the parents in this school district happens to be former Trump Justice Department spokesman Ian Prior, who appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show Wednesday night. He said the targeted parents have a name for the “Anti-Racists Of Loudoun County,” which I like a lot better: “Chardonnay Antifa.”

Prior said he found out through a reporter’s inquiry (I’m assuming it was Rosiak) that he personally had made their list –- twice. His two transgressions: He had gone to a school board meeting to speak up about First Amendment concerns in the schools (how dare he?), and last October he had written a strong op-ed in THE FEDERALIST about Critical Race Theory being used in Loudoun County public schools. Here it is --- highly recommended reading.

But writing this article doomed him. He said a neighbor alerted the group and put him on the list.

"I don’t know what country it is, I don’t know what neighborhood it is anymore, but I do know that this is happening everywhere,” he said. “Everywhere in America. And that’s why I think it’s important for people to go out there and talk about this.”

"It’s problematic in Loudoun County,” he added, “because the Loudoun County attorney was actually in this group. Now, I don’t know if she was participating in any of this, but she’s a member of this group.”

He noted three ways for “cancel culture avengers” to counter the “cancel culture commandoes”:

1. fearlessness

2. substance

3. mockery

My staff and I are all for using these three approaches as “avengers,” and we particularly see the power in MOCKERY, which has the added benefit of being highly entertaining. (See our Dr. Seuss parody, “How The Left Stole Reading.”) In fact, it was Loudoun County that first made news for deciding to “de-emphasize” Dr. Seuss because of “strong racial undertones.” Surprise, surprise.

These “anti-racists” can’t seem to comprehend that they, themselves, are racists of the highest order and are, as such, easily mocked by those who reject their perverted, toxic theory. It’s just that so many of us have become terrified of "cancel culture." Are leftists really going to cancel half the country (and I think it’s actually many more) if we stand up? We can just as easily decide to cancel THEM, and that’s what we have to do.

A theme has certainly emerged this week: George Orwell and "1984," with neighbors literally informing on each other providing the latest similarity. (The first two were disappearing language and high-tech surveillance.) We can no longer sit back and let these people fulfill their sick agenda. Don’t let them get away with targeting those in their own community, their own neighbors who have the courage to question and reject their horrid agenda.

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  • Shea Oakes

    03/20/2021 10:41 AM

    Here’s another article on racism written by someone who has been discriminated against that speaks to being tired of hearing about the “systemic racism” that doesn’t exist. So well written!

    https://spectator.org/systemic-racism-people-of-color/