Apparently, if the left decides to title something in the name of fairness, they’re compensating for their lack thereof. Cue the heavy eye rolls – but be careful not to give yourself a nosebleed while trying to make sense of it all.
“A new teacher training program called Deep Equity that is used across the nation reportedly has a hostile attitude toward whites, and there doesn’t seem to be any recourse for those who object. According to Tucker Carlson of Fox News, “No one will ask you if you like it or not, and don’t bother to complain. Deep Equity orders teachers, and we’re quoting now, ‘to explicitly reject and resist any parents who disagree with it.’”
But don’t bother questioning this portrayed hierarchy of oppressions because that would inevitably mean you contribute to the oppressing. Give me a break.
Tucker Carlson noted:
“In order to fight that racism, teachers are instructed on different types of ‘white identity orientations’ … many white people, teachers are told, according to Deep Equity, are defined by their ‘ignorance and supremacy.’ Other white people, ‘question the systemic issues that have caused whites to be so much in a superior position. The curriculum offers what it calls a ‘White Allies Action Agenda.”
So their master plan is to diffuse racism by ensuring that racism stays alive and very much in the forefront of our every day functioning.
“Deep Equity was developed by Gary Howard, who stated, “The Deep Equity process that we’ve been implementing with school districts throughout the country now is a systemic process we do at Equity, we haven’t done sometimes, we need to make it long-term, multi-year systemic work. It can’t happen as a program, as a single-dimensional intervention. It needs to be affirmational; it needs to be continuing.”
… but if we follow the train of logic, the problem initiates from culture, not race.
What in the grand heck kind of sorcery is this? That’s like getting in a lot of debt and then demanding that the bank revamp their policies so that you feel better about your mistakes and pointing the finger elsewhere, but never having to own up to the mistakes in the first place. It’s enabling 101.
I think people can certainly be racist among all ethnicities. However, I also think people can be stupid with their finances among all classes.
Shoot, even think about it this way – Muslim populations in Christian populated regions are booming, yet the Christian populations within predominantly Muslim regions are being slaughtered. Enabling won’t fix that. But, since I express disagreement, I must be part of the problem. Sheesh.