Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Racism, Radicalism and Peanut Butter (and Jelly)!

National Review Online's, blog, "The Corner"{1} has an interesting article
In it they discuss the faculties concern with racism in the Portland school district. What's the story?
Cross burnings, Racial brawling, no its peanut butter. The Portland Tribune, quotes Principal Victoria Gutierrez as saying, "what about Somali or Hispanic students who might not eat sandwiches?" Apparently the new school year is going to start off with a heavy course in Newspeak, or "Courageous Conversations". The Principle as quoted in EAG{2} talks about how "white culture" is a negative influence on the worldview of the schools teachers. The whole thing is
sponsored by the Pacific Education Group which seeks to warn how the American Education system is promoting "white culture", and "white privilege." As is pointed out in the PEG report the "white"
characteristics they see as harmful are “rugged individualism,” “adherence to rigid time schedules,” and the belief that “hard work is the key to success” {2} the positive "minority values" are " “color group collectivism,” “interdependence,” group success, shared property, learning through social relationships, and making life choices based on “what will be best for the family or group.” How would you like to be a white kid in this school?" Its amazing how the popular culture and the left have so rationalized the racism of black and Hispanic groups that it cant even recognize it, while they see anything "white" as a negative. If you ever had a
thought to take your children out of the
public schools now is the time.



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