Ché Guevara lives!
Not only is critical race theory taught to our K-12 students, it’s being practiced in their public schools. Tony Evers’ state government is force-feeding CRT to 74,000 state government employees. So are Dane County, the City of Madison, and the University of Wisconsin — which leaves no stone unturned (ahem) to radio carbon date for signs of racism, however prehistoric.
The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is the seedbed of CRT in our public schools. A Werkes subscriber slipped this under our door:
“This is a training that we are receiving at the DPI. Pretty much CRT by the book. Please don’t use my name, of course. I’d like to be left anonymous. I’ve been told that the systemic racism is everywhere at DPI, but no one can tell me where it is.”
Our source sent along a link to the “Dismantling Racism” workbook used in DPI’s indoctrination camps. It openly promotes socialism along with its stablemate CRT. It reads:
First we must understand how race is constructed specifically to set up a power imbalance with white at the top of the ladder and different communities of color “living” below, moving up and down based on the agenda of those in power.
The workshop denounces “White Supremacy Culture.” This it defines as:
- sense of urgency [deadlines?]
- worship of the written word
- fear of open conflict [kids will fight!]
- objectivity, the belief that there is such a thing as being objective or ‘neutral.’
The course openly advocates revolution
One chapter is titled: “Movement Mentality — Thinking Like An Organizer.” The damn thing quotes the Communist terrorist Ché Guevara! And, of course, Howard Zinn. His prescription reads like a leftwing QAnon:
Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience. …Our problem is that people are obedient while the jails are full of petty thieves, and all the while the grand thieves are running the country.
Among its recommended readings:
- Deals with the Devil “and Other Reasons to Riot.” by Pearl Cleage
- The Conquest of Paradise: “Christopher Columbus and the Columbian Legacy.” by Kirkpatrick Sale.
- The Heart of Whiteness: “Confronting Race, Racism, and White Privilege.” by Robert Jensen.
- Racist America: “Roots, Current Realities, and Future Reparations.” by Joe R. Feagin.
Blaska’s Bottom Line: How soon before we join California, which will require Ethnic Studies for high school graduation?