Don’t Let Your Enemy Raise Your Kids

An Oklahoma high school student recorded their teacher saying the following:

“To be white is to be racist, period. Am I racist? I say yea. I don’t want to be. It’s not like choose to be racist, but do I do things because of the way I was raised?”

I could write an entire essay on how the modern concept of “white racism” is really just a neo-Voodoo evil spirit. When people speak of the “White Man,” they are not referring to a real white man. They refer to a demon such as those found the Bible. If you’re white, you are possessed by Legion, and nothing you do can change it.

What I find so fascinating about this story isn’t that the teacher said this. I’ve heard similar comments throughout my life; frankly, this is rather tame compared.

What astounds me is the denial among Americans who continue to send their children to state-run education facilities under the delusion that they are raising them according to traditional American values and then are shocked – shocked! – to discover how bad it is.

Her father wasn’t impressed, either, and he contacted school officials and the media to alert them about the situation.

“Why is it okay to demonize one race to children that you are supposed to be teaching a curriculum to?” he asked KFOR.

The family posed that question to the school district, which claims the lecture was simply sharing one of several “perspectives” on racism. The student thinks many of her classmates took the lecture as fact, and the teacher should make it clear that’s not the case.

I hope the father’s question was rhetorical, not literal. If the latter, it shows he doesn’t get it the same way most Americans don’t get it.

This is not your country anymore. It is not your society, nor is it your culture. The prevailing society and culture hates yours and wants it eradicated.

Americans have two options; they can either continue to live in their fantasyland in which state-run schools are intended to instill their values into their children, or they can accept that state run schools exist to turn their own kin against them and everything their forefathers stood for.

The days of Noah Webster’s Blueback Speller and the hornbook Bible are over. Instead, it’s anti-Americanism, condoms on wooden knobs, feminism, and other Cultural Marxist dogma.

It’s comical that many Americans who insist we honor the troops and respect the flag send their kids to schools where they’re taught to dishonor, disrespect, and disown their ancestors who suffered greater hardships than they could ever imagine in order to create the nation that now hates them. Strain the gnat, swallow the camel.

The choice is clear and simple: Americans need to create their own educational institutions exclusively for Americans, not just anyone who happens to live in the United States. Or, they can let their enemies raise their kids.

The hand that rocks the cradle….

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5 Responses to Don’t Let Your Enemy Raise Your Kids

  1. Nice comment over at Dalrock. Are you on gab?

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  2. Gunner Q says:

    “Americans need to create their own educational institutions exclusively for Americans”

    It will happen and if God is gracious, I will be one of the men who makes it happen.

    I was at a meeting of professionals in my industry not too long ago. The main topic was attracting new talent, a real problem because I was one of the few guys under 55. My suggestion was going to be hiring apprentices and teaching them everything we know: a proven, traditional and rather obvious method. You want more young workers, you hire more young workers, right?

    Before I could give my suggestion, another guy proposed creating a college outreach program to educate humanities students on career possibilities in order to attract new talent. It was seconded and entered without even a vote. The chairman did a literal double-take when I objected.

    He did let me speak but I was still the only dissenting voice. Men who themselves never went to college and progressed from apprentice to the top of their field refused to even consider the idea of hiring non-college graduates.

    A few meetings later, I met the first crop of not-even-interns. Mostly female. None with any demonstrated interest in engineering or science. Several were majoring in environmentalism… not even environmental science! And the titans of industry smiled approvingly at the posterity they hoped to give the future.

    God grant that I can someday hire & train lots of young male proteges while my competitors waste time & effort grooming college girls majoring in horses to succeed them.

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    • The Question says:

      A few meetings later, I met the first crop of not-even-interns. Mostly female. None with any demonstrated interest in engineering or science. Several were majoring in environmentalism… not even environmental science!

      (Sighs, shakes head)

      God grant that I can someday hire & train lots of young male proteges while my competitors waste time & effort grooming college girls majoring in horses to succeed them.

      I would encourage you to keep up with your mentoring efforts. I cannot stress how important it is to young men to have a positive male role model who actually shows genuine interest in them.

      I have had a lot of struggles in my life because I didn’t have them. I don’t exaggerate when I say well over 65 percent of everything I know was the result of self-education.

      One area I don’t struggle is weight lifting; I won’t put any numbers down here, but it’s enough to have people comment. It is also the one area I had a mentor; he was my high school weight lifting teacher and happened to be a former stunt double for John Wayne.

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  3. “Don’t Let Your Enemy Raise Your Kids” And just how do you propose to achieve that, by talking them to death? Well, yes, I suppose so. You’re now a part of “Gab!” Marvelous…

    Bill Ernstberger

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