Clarence Page: Who’s afraid of critical race theory? Those who don’t know what it is

marke

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And the statistic that proves anna is a racist - 6446

6446 young black men murdered in 2019, overwhelmingly by other young black men.

Not by white supremicists.

But to racists like anna, their lives don't matter.




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Facts that contradict democrat propaganda are called by democrats "conspiracy theories" or "fake news," or "racist dogma."
 

marke

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“Critical race theory,” or CRT, has become a trigger term for politicians, activists and media voices, particularly on the right wing where it’s competing with “cancel culture” on the hit parade of things we are all supposed to be angry about or afraid of — or both.

But the political allure of the term is understandable, considering how often it has been appearing in the fevered narratives of conservative media and Red State politicians. Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Idaho, Arkansas and Arizona have either passed or are working on bills that would drop CRT or anything that looks like it from public schools curricula.

That’s a lot of agitation over an esoteric school of thought found mostly in graduate schools and law schools.

CRT has emerged gradually since the 1970s as an academic movement of civil rights scholars and activists to challenge mainstream liberal approaches to racial justice.

Among other pioneers of the CRT movement, legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw has called it an evolving practice that questions how race, as a social construct, perpetuates a caste system that relegates people of color to the bottom tiers.
CRT was born of leftist democrat racist propaganda designed to drive wedges between whites and blacks for democrat political gain. The result of black democrat racism is the emergence of anti-American black nationalism separatism. That is why so many blacks refuse to honor the US flag, refuse to recognize the fourth of July, and believe whites are evil.

In a highly critical editorial, Neblett said "F*** the Fourth of July" and that the only independence that is important to him is celebrated on newly minted federal holiday Juneteenth.
Neblett's Saturday article began, "F*** the Fourth of July. In a world where we officially recognize Juneteenth, that great new holiday sits on the calendar casting a long shadow over Independence Day, making it look like a hypocrite and a damn fool. Independence for who? It wasn't independence for black people, for our ancestors, so why would we celebrate the Fourth of July? And it isn't merely that Americans owned slaves at the time when America became independent, it's that slavery was completely wrapped up in the movement to become independent."
 

marke

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“Critical race theory,” or CRT, has become a trigger term for politicians, activists and media voices, particularly on the right wing where it’s competing with “cancel culture” on the hit parade of things we are all supposed to be angry about or afraid of — or both.

But the political allure of the term is understandable, considering how often it has been appearing in the fevered narratives of conservative media and Red State politicians. Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Idaho, Arkansas and Arizona have either passed or are working on bills that would drop CRT or anything that looks like it from public schools curricula.

That’s a lot of agitation over an esoteric school of thought found mostly in graduate schools and law schools.

CRT has emerged gradually since the 1970s as an academic movement of civil rights scholars and activists to challenge mainstream liberal approaches to racial justice.

Among other pioneers of the CRT movement, legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw has called it an evolving practice that questions how race, as a social construct, perpetuates a caste system that relegates people of color to the bottom tiers.
Modern democrats have created a new culture of black nationalism and black hatred of whites and America, not based upon modern attitudes of whites towards blacks, but based upon ancient mistreatment of blacks the democrats keep dredging up for evil political purposes. Modern blacks are taught to hate modern whites for what ancient whites did to ancient blacks. That whole concept is wrong, ungodly, divisive, and evil. Many modern blacks and democrats fully support the false racist CRT narratives for personal reasons as well, knowing the racist theory is wrong, unless the supporter of the racism is simply blind to the truth.

Vanessa Williams and PBS both sparked major backlash after Williams helped to close the network's "Capitol Fourth" concert with the "black national anthem" — widely known as "Lift Every Voice and Sing."
Williams, who also hosted the long-running event, told the Associated Press on Friday that her decision to sing the song was in "celebration of the wonderful opportunity that we now have to celebrate Juneteenth."
"So we are reflective of the times," she said. "We are reflective of the times and I'm happy to be a part of a tremendous show that the producers are aware and willing to make the changes that have happened within the past year and a half."
Before launching into the song, Williams dedicated the performance to her ancestors.
 

ok doser

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Meh

Don't care

I was 24 when the controversy erupted of her, a Miss America winner appearing nude in Penthouse magazine. She looks so old now. Old and inconsequential.
 

marke

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Meh

Don't care

I was 24 when the controversy erupted of her, a Miss America winner appearing nude in Penthouse magazine. She looks so old now. Old and inconsequential.
I turned 32 in 1984. Vanessa Williams has a long history of depraved behaviors and lifestyles.
 

marke

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....Or never had it to begin with. :rolleyes:
God makes most little girls cute, especially to their parents. However, you are right, some will hardly be considered cute, possibly even by their own mothers. I have seen modern atheist women, modern women perverts, modern leftists in politics or the media, and the like that I am made to wonder whether they were ever pretty at one time in their youth.
 

ok doser

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A school board meeting where parents are reading aloud material that their children are required to read in class, and it has to be bleeped before it's broadcast.

You couldn't make this stuff up.



@annabenedetti - what the hell is wrong with you?
 

marke

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A school board meeting where parents are reading aloud material that their children are required to read in class, and it has to be bleeped before it's broadcast.

You couldn't make this stuff up.



@annabenedetti - what the hell is wrong with you?
Duped leftist disciples of the devil see nothing wrong with teaching kids lies that create in them racist, anti-American, and anti-Christian biases.
 

marke

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“Critical race theory,” or CRT, has become a trigger term for politicians, activists and media voices, particularly on the right wing where it’s competing with “cancel culture” on the hit parade of things we are all supposed to be angry about or afraid of — or both.

But the political allure of the term is understandable, considering how often it has been appearing in the fevered narratives of conservative media and Red State politicians. Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Idaho, Arkansas and Arizona have either passed or are working on bills that would drop CRT or anything that looks like it from public schools curricula.

That’s a lot of agitation over an esoteric school of thought found mostly in graduate schools and law schools.

CRT has emerged gradually since the 1970s as an academic movement of civil rights scholars and activists to challenge mainstream liberal approaches to racial justice.

Among other pioneers of the CRT movement, legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw has called it an evolving practice that questions how race, as a social construct, perpetuates a caste system that relegates people of color to the bottom tiers.
This is what you get when you teach a bunch of deranged animals that they are right to assault or kill white people for supposedly being so bad:

Georgia deputies captured a suspect in connection with a triple homicide at the Pinetree Country Club in Cobb County last week that left a golf pro and two out-of-state men dead.
The U.S. Marshals-led Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force took 23-year-old Bryan Rhoden into custody when he surrendered in Chamblee, FOX 5 Atlanta reported Thursday evening. That’s about 25 miles southeast of where police found three bodies on a golf course on July 3.
 

marke

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“Critical race theory,” or CRT, has become a trigger term for politicians, activists and media voices, particularly on the right wing where it’s competing with “cancel culture” on the hit parade of things we are all supposed to be angry about or afraid of — or both.

But the political allure of the term is understandable, considering how often it has been appearing in the fevered narratives of conservative media and Red State politicians. Texas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Idaho, Arkansas and Arizona have either passed or are working on bills that would drop CRT or anything that looks like it from public schools curricula.

That’s a lot of agitation over an esoteric school of thought found mostly in graduate schools and law schools.

CRT has emerged gradually since the 1970s as an academic movement of civil rights scholars and activists to challenge mainstream liberal approaches to racial justice.

Among other pioneers of the CRT movement, legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw has called it an evolving practice that questions how race, as a social construct, perpetuates a caste system that relegates people of color to the bottom tiers.

In spite of Lloyd Austin's assurances to the contrary the Air Force Academy is indoctrinating cadets into black supremacist racist ideology through the racist Critical Race Theory dogma being promoted by black supremacist racists.
 

marke

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Developed by Marxists to undermine our Constitution and our way of life


I spent 3 days at West Point in the early 1970s while a cadet at USMAPS. I admit I was shocked to find the low moral values promoted at West Point then played a part in my decision not to enroll in West Point the next fall.
 

ok doser

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"Teach honest history"


When they teach that Obama is descended from slave owners I'll believe them.

When they teach that Kamala Harris is descended from slave owners I'll believe them.
 
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