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Patteeu Memorial Political Forum>“Antiracism” Comes to the Heartland
Hammock Parties 10:42 AM 07-20-2021
Fucking horrifying.

https://www.city-journal.org/antirac...-the-heartland

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A middle school in Springfield, Missouri, recently held a diversity training program that forced teachers to locate themselves on an “oppression matrix” and watch a video of “George Floyd’s last words.”

According to whistleblower documents and teachers who attended the program at Cherokee Middle School, the training began with a “land acknowledgement,” claiming that “Springfield Public Schools is built on ancestral territory of the Osage, Delaware and Kickapoo Nations and Peoples.” (At the time of publication, Springfield Public Schools had not responded to a request for comment.)

The diversity trainers, Jeremy Sullivan and Myki Williamson, asked the teachers to “acknowledge the dark history and violence against Native and Indigenous People” before engaging in the day’s program of “social justice work.”

The trainers then forced the teachers to watch a nine-minute video of “George Floyd’s last words.” The film is silent, showing only white text on a black screen, illustrating Floyd’s final utterances, including his cries for his mother. Such videos are a common technique in many diversity-training programs—and cult indoctrinations. The intention is to overload the senses of the participants and create an “emotional anchor” that serves to justify subsequent political arguments, even if they’re non sequiturs.

Next, Sullivan announced the agenda: “We’re going to look at three large concepts and those concepts are oppression, white supremacy, and systemic racism.”

He and Williamson provided the teachers a handout to locate themselves on an “oppression matrix,” which defines white heterosexual males as the “privileged social group” and women, minorities, transgender, and LGBT people as “oppressed social groups.”

Presumably, those at the top of the oppression matrix, including many of the teachers in the room, are responsible for the “racism, sexism, transgender oppression, heterosexism, [and] classism” against disfavored groups.

The diversity trainers then narrowed the focus to race, distributing another handout that outlines the concepts of “overt white supremacy” and “covert white supremacy.” The document claims that “lynching, hate crimes, KKK, neo-Nazis, [and] burning crosses” are “socially unacceptable” forms of white supremacy, while “education funding from property tax, colorblindness, calling the police on black people, BIPOC as Halloween costumes, not believing experiences of BIPOC, tone policing, [and] white silence” are “socially acceptable” forms of white supremacy.

Even more cynically, diversity trainers such as those at Springfield Public Schools have begun to insist on a standard of “affirmative consent.”

This means that teachers must not only accept the tenets of the training—in some cases even condemning themselves as white supremacists or oppressors—but also actively vocalize that acceptance.

When one teacher said that he was “afraid to say anything,” Sullivan quickly shut him down, telling the teacher that he must think what an “underrepresented or under-resourced student [might] say of our fear of speaking up.”

Remember: under the new ethics, disagreement is verboten; silence is transformed into an admission of guilt. “White silence” is a form of “white supremacy.”

Finally, after more than an hour of training, one white teacher, who was raised by a black stepfather, began pushing back, asking: “Is the district saying that we should be Marxists?”

He continued: “While I don’t think there’s a person in the room who doesn’t agree that this is an important topic that should be dealt with, the way that it’s being framed comes from Herbert Marcuse who took and stripped all of the economic policies of Marxist theory and turned it into [cultural Marxism]. . . . I grew up the son of a black man, he raised me to believe in Dr. King’s teachings. Dr. King did not teach the kind of vitriol that we see out of Marxism, [which] has a long replete history of countries being bigoted and prejudiced against others and then murdering millions as a result.”

The diversity trainers, both white, were stunned. At first, Sullivan acknowledged the Marxist orientation of the diversity training program. “I know that that’s the roots, I’m aware of all that information,” he said. Then, perhaps realizing that teaching Frankfurt School Marxism in a Missouri public school could be controversial, he distanced himself: “The goal here is to take a stand against racism, it’s not to be totalitarian. . . . There’s not some big political agenda. It’s certainly not Marxism. It’s just let’s make sure that all of our kids are truly valued and celebrated.”

For years, Americans have watched as educators have pushed deeply divisive “antiracism” programs in coastal cities such as Berkeley, Portland, and Seattle. Now “antiracism” has come to the heartland.

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BDj23 11:06 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by mkp785:
Floyd was by all intents and purposes a criminal and scum.


That being said that cop killed him because he was black and would've done the same to any black man that had happened to cross his path in that situation and moment in time.
Preposterous

How many black people did Derek Chauvin encounter on a day to day basis that he didn't kill?
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Hammock Parties 11:07 AM 07-20-2021
I called the cops on one neighbor following appropriate protocols to ensure a peaceful neighborhood.

Do you legitimately believe I would not have called the cops if they had been white, yellow, red or chartreuse?

Music is music.

Meanwhile I shared a 10-minute conversation with my black neighbor the day I moved in, and also happily waved to them yesterday.

I also helped the black UPS driver carry the bed I had delivered to my front door a few weeks ago.

I TIPPED A BLACK TOUR GUIDE $5 AT FANTASTIC CAVERNS LAST WEEK.

Not only am I not bigoted, I was looking out for my other black neighbors by calling the cops on those fucking idiots across the street.
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Discuss Thrower 11:08 AM 07-20-2021
That's the rich kid public school in Springfield too.
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staylor26 11:09 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by mkp785:
Floyd was by all intents and purposes a criminal and scum.


That being said that cop killed him because he was black and would've done the same to any black man that had happened to cross his path in that situation and moment in time.
:-)

1. You have zero proof to back this up.

2. Floyd would still be alive today, barring overdose, if he simply got in the police car when they tried to put him in there.
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staylor26 11:10 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by BDj23:
Preposterous

How many black people did Derek Chauvin encounter on a day to day basis that he didn't kill?
Whatever that number is, 100% of them.
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lawrenceRaider 11:12 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by BDj23:
Preposterous

How many black people did Derek Chauvin encounter on a day to day basis that he didn't kill?
Shhhh, you are interrupting the narrative. Ignore that Chauvin had a Black officer and an Asian officer with him that day.

Quick, tell me the last white dude killed by police who was a national story that was put in the nightly news for weeks/months.

Surely there must be one since While folk account for around 2/3rds of police killings.

Also ignore that Chauvin and Floyd most likely knew each other since they both worked security at the same place at the same time.
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Snopes Hammer 11:12 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
I called the cops on one neighbor following appropriate protocols to ensure a peaceful neighborhood.

Do you legitimately believe I would not have called the cops if they had been white, yellow, red or chartreuse?

Music is music.

Meanwhile I shared a 10-minute conversation with my black neighbor the day I moved in, and also happily waved to them yesterday.

I also helped the black UPS driver carry the bed I had delivered to my front door a few weeks ago.

I TIPPED A BLACK TOUR GUIDE $5 AT FANTASTIC CAVERNS LAST WEEK.

Not only am I not bigoted, I was looking out for my other black neighbors by calling the cops on those ****ing idiots across the street.
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
Blasting rap music o'er the neighborhood at midnight on a Wednesday is a dicker move.

They got the message.

I'm not about to mess with a garage full of black men with complete disregard for their social contract during the height of the BLM movement.
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mkp785 11:13 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by ChiTown:
OK, I'd like to have an honest discussion about this. What evidence leads you to believe that this is true?
Originally Posted by BDj23:
Preposterous

How many black people did Derek Chauvin encounter on a day to day basis that he didn't kill?
Reread what I wrote boys.

"In that moment in time"

He saw a chance to kill a black and took it. Floyd could've been anyone there: another criminal, a fellow cop, Kevin Hart, Clarence Thomas, whomever. He wanted to murder a black man.

Jury seem to agree that he's a murderer last I checked.....unless he was acquitted? I would've thought that would make the news:-):-):-)
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Prison Bitch 11:13 AM 07-20-2021
Do these anti racism classes speak out against black racism against others?
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petegz28 11:13 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by mkp785:
Floyd was by all intents and purposes a criminal and scum.


That being said that cop killed him because he was black and would've done the same to any black man that had happened to cross his path in that situation and moment in time.
And you wonder why people call you an idiot?
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lawrenceRaider 11:13 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by staylor26:
:-)

1. You have zero proof to back this up.

2. Floyd would still be alive today, barring overdose, if he simply got in the police car when they tried to put him in there.
Floyd may also be alive today had Chauvin had some basic common sense/empathy.

Floyd is dead because of Chauvin's negligence (at best).
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staylor26 11:14 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by mkp785:
Reread what I wrote boys.

"In that moment in time"

He saw a chance to kill a black and took it. Floyd could've been anyone there: another criminal, a fellow cop, Kevin Hart, Clarence Thomas, whomever. He wanted to murder a black man.

Jury seem to agree that he's a murderer last I checked.....unless he was acquitted? I would've thought that would make the news:-):-):-)
You are so ridiculous, nobody should ever take you remotely serious.
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lawrenceRaider 11:14 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by Prison Bitch:
Do these anti racism classes speak out against black racism against others?
Pfft, blacks can't be racist.
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ChiTown 11:14 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by mkp785:
Reread what I wrote boys.

"In that moment in time"

He saw a chance to kill a black and took it. Floyd could've been anyone there: another criminal, a fellow cop, Kevin Hart, Clarence Thomas, whomever. He wanted to murder a black man.

Jury seem to agree that he's a murderer last I checked.....unless he was acquitted? I would've thought that would make the news:-):-):-)
Murder? Yes, according to a jury. Racist act? No such evidence exists, which is why I was asking why you believe that, other than your feelings.
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Hammock Parties 11:14 AM 07-20-2021
Originally Posted by Snopes Hammer:
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Would not have messed with them regardless of race. Go fuck yourself.
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