'Social Justice' Class for Kids: 'Make America Great Again' Is 'Covert White Supremacy'

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“Hateful White Supremacy,” anyone?

Remember summer school? Driver’s education? Perhaps a typewriting class (which I “might” have taken). Easy, “non-serious” stuff. Welp, times have changed. Just ask students at Thomas Pyle Middle School in Maryland, who were enrolled in the school’s five-day “social justice” 2020 summer course, “Reading and Taking Action for Social Justice.”

As reported by Just the News, Judicial Watch obtained presentation slides and other materials related to the almost unbelievable course.

In reference to a slide titled “What is systemic racism?”, students were shown a pyramid slide depicting “Differences between overt and covert white supremacy.”

According to the pyramid, “Make America Great Again” is an example of “covert white supremacy, ranked just below “lynching,” “hate crimes,” “the N-word,” and “racial slurs.”

Students were also taught that “white privilege” means being favored by school authorities and having a positive relationship with the police. (Translation: “Yes, black students, teachers are out to get you — and your fear of the police is justified, so…”)

More insanity: examples of other unacceptable covert “white supremacy” include thinking “but we’re just one human family,” “colorblindness,” “cultural appropriation,” “celebration of Columbus Day,” “police murdering POC [people of color],” and “bootstrap theory.”

I was shocked — for a nanosecond — by “hateful” white supremacy. Then I laughed. Out loud. How can you not laugh at the insanity? The unbridled hatred of the left. To feel that way. To live that way. No wonder liberals are so cranky all the time. [sarc]

A separate pyramid begins with the term “Genocide.”

Another slide titled “What is Intersectionality?”  suggests:

Exposing [one’s] multiple identities can help clarify the ways in which a person can simultaneously experience privilege and oppression. […]

A slide titled “Implicit Bias, Structural Racism” tells middle schoolers:

Race is created to justify enslaving people from Africa (economic engine of country).

National narrative (ideology, belief system) about people of color being ‘less than’ human (and less than white) justifies mistreatment and inequality (white supremacy).

Dominant narratives about race (family, media, society) coupled with racialized structural arrangements and differential outcomes by race all prime us to believe that people of color are inferior to white people …

Check out even more insanity here.

As Just the News reported, the middle school is connected with Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland, a school district that was “awarded” more than $454,000 for an “Anti-Racist System Audit.”

According to the ARSA website, which touts itself as “working to ensure a school system not affected by racism or bias [ahem], the “audit” consists of six “evaluations” centered on “The Condition,” “The Needs,” and “Take Action.” (Emphasis, mine)

Evaluation of School Cultures

Workforce Diversity Analysis

Work Conditions: Progress & Barriers

Pre-K Equity Curriculum Review

Equity Achievement Framework Progress

Community Relations & Engagement

Montgomery County Public Schools said in a November 2020 press release, in part:

The Anti-Racist System Audit will provide an opportunity to examine the district’s systems, practices, and policies that do not create access, opportunities, and equitable outcomes for every student’s academic and social emotional well-being.

Furthermore, the audit will provide the opportunity to examine not only the student experience; it presents the occasion to analyze policies and practices that impact staff, as well.

Ridiculous, “Trumped” up nonsense.

As I said at the top, this material is from a course taught last summer. The relevance, of course, is it is occurring as we speak, across America.

The cancer innocuously labeled Critical Race Theory is a naked attempt by the radical left to — I’m going to say it “out loud” — program white kids in America to hate their whiteness (or at the very least feel guilty for being white) and to indoctrinate all kids in the false notion that America is at its core a racist country — in which systemic racism is alive and well.

And for that, White America, you must atone.

“Reparations,” anyone?

Period.