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The Hate They Create: Democrats Sow the Wind, and Reap the Whirlwind

Posted on | August 7, 2019 | Comments Off on The Hate They Create: Democrats Sow the Wind, and Reap the Whirlwind

Daniel Greenfield explains at Front Page:

Identity politics was born out of an effort by leftist activists to identify and mobilize potential supporters by breaking down a sense of national solidarity along the lines of group victimhood. Every act of terror breaks down national solidarity further and strengthens the appeals to race over nationality.
Lessons about tolerance, white privilege and racial consciousness don’t end racism. They spread it.

Keep in mind that America’s public school system is an institution wholly controlled by the Democrats, who collect millions in contributions annually from teachers unions. Because a college diploma is a prerequisite to employment by the public school system, the Left’s control of university campuses ensures that all teachers are indoctrinated with left-wing ideology. That’s why the K-12 curriculum is no longer about teaching children important facts and useful skills; rather, it is about training children to be “progressive” activists.

Public schools are now dedicated to teaching children to hate Christianity, to hate their parents, to hate capitalism — to hate America — and a crucial part of this curriculum is systematic indoctrination about race, gender and sexuality: White heterosexual males are evil!

Having been taught (at taxpayer expense) that their lives are worthless, young white males internalize a suicidal sense of self-hatred, and then everyone acts surprised when some pathetic young loser decides that it would be cool to end his life with a mass-murder rampage.

Next time one of these massacres happens, will anyone in the media mention the role of public education in turning boys into killers? No, of course not, because the media is part of the same system.

(Hat-tip: J.J. Sefton at AOSHQ.)



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