‘Our schools are products of white supremacy’

Madison schools’ descent into critical race theory about to get worse!

The Head Groundskeeper voted like a Democrat Tuesday — early and absentee — at Meadowridge Library on Raymond Road. But only once. Good thing about early voting is it eliminates lines on what used to be known as election day, April 4.

Voted Daniel Kelly for WI Supreme Court, Gloria Reyes for mayor of Madison, and Sheri Carter for 10th District alder. And AGAINST Blair Mosner Feltham for Madison school board! (By default, FOR Badri Lankella.) 

This Blair Mosner Feltham is more Woke than the night watchman at a nitroglycerin factory! This is what she said at Monday’s candidate forum (quoted here):

“Our schools are products of white supremacy.”

“They reinforce white supremacy and if we want to talk about how we make sure all students are thriving on our schools, we need to fundamentally change both the structure of our schools and the purposes of them.”

Blair Mosner Feltham

Many parents and taxpayers would say the structure and purposes of our public schools have been changing at least since former MMSD superintendent Jennifer Cheatham subordinated education to critical race theory a dozen years ago.

Not even school board president Ali Muldrow is as blatant as Mosner Feltham. 

The young woman is currently employed as — take this pill with a glass of water: an “equitable multi-level system of supports site coordinator” at Sun Prairie East high school. What, might you wonder, is that? (!!!) We looked it up and we’re still at a loss. 

The Equitable Multi-Level Systems of Support (EMLSS) site coordinator is responsible for positively impacting student behaviors and achievement. Schools provide a continuum or multi-level system of proactive and responsive supports built to match the range of learners’ developmental, academic, behavioral, social, and emotional needs. Supports are equitable and appropriate for the learners being served, validating their knowledge and experiences and acknowledging their diverse identities. Staff, learners, families, and the community are engaged in selecting and implementing these supports. This includes supporting teams by using data-informed decision-making. This position is responsible for the oversight of intervention opportunities for students at the universal, supplemental, and intensive levels, including reading and math intervention, Outreach programming, advanced learning programming, Advanced Placement courses, and the design and delivery of professional development opportunities related to EMLSS during the school year.

There’s more — too much more — and it is here. Suffice to say, the Sun Prairie school district is well versed in tautology. The job description assures: “To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.” So there!

Y'know what's most damning about the job description quoted above? It is its denaturing of the English language. The hollowing out of any meaning, the absence of content! Is it time to abolish schools of education?

Madison progressives are on board!

Sure enough, the teachers union endorses Ms. Mosner Feltham, just as it did that defender of school resource police officers, Ali Muldrow. South Central Federation of Labor, AFSCME (the government employees union), and Dane County Democrats are also on board (also endorsed her opponent). Doesn’t hurt that Ms. MF claims membership in one of those raised-fist-of-anger organizations, “Teachers for Social Justice.” Expect The Capital Times to endorse this radical, as well. Today the Defund the Police outlet endorsed “economic, social, and racial justice” progressives Yannette Figueroa Cole over Sheri Carter in District 10, and cop defunders Nikki Conklin (AND Nino Amato) in #9, and Jael Currie (“Woke alder wants to defy the status quo.”) over Kim Richman in #16.

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Wants to believe computer engineer Badri Lankella has a chance, but the candidate wants our public schools to be competitive so that our kids and our beloved America can succeed. In other words, Mr. Lankella doesn’t play identity politics. Sorry sport! You’re living in Madison WI, soon to be renamed after some obscurity.

What do YOU think are the chances
BMF wins school board?


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19 Responses to ‘Our schools are products of white supremacy’

  1. steve says:

    Whew, where do they keep coming from?????


    • Gary L. Kriewald says:

      Madison is like a high-end dairy farm where the cows are bred to give ever more high quality milk, except in this case, the product stunts your (intellectual) growth instead of enhancing it. Every local election brings out yet another specimen of progressive lunacy, this chick being the latest example. What’s more disturbing is that school districts keep inventing useless–and dangerous–job descriptions perfectly suited to people like her. It’s a wonder that most kids in Madison aren’t in parochial schools or home schooled. The only explanation must be there are enough progressive parents who are eager to sacrifice their kids on the altar of their toxic ideology to keep the public schools afloat.


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  3. Kooter says:

    I’ve been lurking/posting on this site almost 10 years– I’ve run out of novel ways to point out the idiocy of Progressives. Maybe the “Libs of Tik Toc” lady has it correct: just post it, you cant make this stuff up.


  4. Bill Cleary says:

    Voting for her is voting for stupid is as stupid does. Which then makes you stupid!


    • pANTIFArts says:

      Or as one recent graduate so eloquently opined—

      “Life is though, but it’s even tougher if you are stupid.”


    • pANTIFArts says:

      “Life is though, but it’s even thougher if you are stupid.”

      Dammit! can’t even misspell when I try to.


  5. Montgomery Scott says:

    Time to put a wall around the whole Madison metropolitan area and make it a maximum security prison ala “Escape from New York” to contain the contagion of stupidity aka wokism. Of course, the Head Groundskeeper can get the word out via the grapevine for the few conservatives and police left to get out while they can.


  6. WashCoRepub says:

    Highly recommend the home page of “Teachers for Social Justice.” Those faces look so warm, friendly and welcoming to students, don’t they?? Good grief.


  7. Gary L. Kriewald says:

    “… Madison, WI, soon to be named after some obscurity [OF COLOR, THE DARKER THE BETTER].”


  8. Blaska's Clone says:

    Anyone wondering about how well the Sun Prairie schools are doing can visit this dashboard https://will-law.org/school-scorecard/. Use the pull down menu to find Sun Prairie schools. With “proficiency” below 50% and sinking in both English and Math, parents should be pi$$ed off. Some are, it seems, with enrollment shrinking the last five years and “transfers out” larger than “transfers in” despite the fact that Sun Prairie is the fastest growing city in Dane county.


  9. Landon Perkins says:

    Madison is lost, it has forgotten the face of its Father.


  10. Bill Cleary says:

    I did a lot of bong hits when I was younger. Never in my stoned state of mind did I ever think that what I dreamed impossible was eventually to become reality.

    Hand me that bong, I need another hit!


  11. Mordecai The Red says:

    If George Carlin were alive today, he could create a two-hour HBO special’s worth of material from Mosner Feltham’s job description.

    I’m not sure which is worse: That public schools are creating jobs for loons like her or that if they weren’t, the rest of us would be paying their unemployment benefits.


    • Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

      She’s a rank piker who doesn’t have enough…um…potential (READ: Melanin) for Madison’s most spectacular grift, FreeDUMB Inc.

      The Gotch would have provided a link, but didn’t want to subject others to the same fate he suffered after clicking on the website; throwing up in his mouth.

      The Gotch


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  14. David says:

    Thanks for this Dave. Wasn’t sure which candidate to vote for, Lankella or Feltham, this pushed me in the direction of Feltham. If she upsets you so much, she must be doing something right?


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