2021-02-20 14:09:46 UTC
Published 11 hours ago
Nothing changes a society more over the long term than the way we teach
our children, what we teach them, and how we teach them. If you want to
pass on your values, you tell your kids about them. So school matters
maybe more than anything.
From the very first day "Tucker Carlson Tonight" came on the air in
November 2016, we have covered the way our schools are changing and the
indoctrination that your kids are suffering through. Over the past
four-plus years, the curricula in so many schools has turned from the
extremely left-wing to the outright totalitarian.
For example, the school district in Buffalo, N.Y., now has an Office of
Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Initiatives. The Buffalo school
district's "first days of school" lesson plan gets political in very
"Do Black Lives Matter in America?" it begins. By the end of the
lesson, it declares, "Students will be able to understand the need for
the Black Lives Matter movement." Here you have a school district
explicitly endorsing a political movement, and that's in a lesson plan
for little kids.
By the time they hit the fifth grade, students in Buffalo are reading
advanced BLM studies. Students learn about BLM's core platform,
including "Disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure."
Destroying the family is endorsed by Buffalo schools.
At the end of the program, students are asked: "What do you think about
our society being organized into separate, nuclear family units?" The
implication, of course, is that it's immoral, that your own family is
immoral, and that's just the beginning.
Buffalo Public Schools go on to suggest that George Washington, the man
who founded this country, was a fraud; that Colin Kaepernick is a moral
hero; and that we should celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day instead of
Thanksgiving. Apparently, we have no right to give thanks for a country
that isn't ours.
By the time they hit high school, students in Buffalo are ready to go
out into the world to destroy buildings and statues. That's what
they're being trained for. They're asked this explicitly: "Why would
someone engaging in rioting be protected under the First Amendment?"
We don't mean to single out Buffalo. This is happening in middle
schools all over the country. The first week of Febuary was celebrated
as a Black Lives Matter Week of Action. To be clear, Black Lives Matter
is a political party, yet schools are endorsing it and its specific
aims. Cities that are doing this include Seattle, Portland, Ore.; Los
Angeles; Chicago; Milwaukee; Boston; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia;
and Baltimore. We could go on.
The lesson plan requires children to "examine the ways the Black
Panther Party successfully functioned to preserve the values of Black
families and villages." Again, that's the Black Panther Party; racial
separatists with a history of murdering people. Of course, that part's
This is Khmer Rouge propaganda, not education. But again, that's just
the beginning. Some schools have eliminated biology. They're teaching
children that biology isn't real. One of the guiding principles in the
Black Lives Matter at School curriculum, of course, is to be
"transgender affirming," so they have no choice. Out with biology, in
Here's how one pre-kindergarten teacher at a New York public school
described this principle: "Everybody has the right to choose their own
gender by listening to their own heart and mind. Everyone gets to
choose if they are a boy or a girl or both or neither or something
else, and no one gets to choose for them."
Again, this is being taught to children in schools in lieu of actual
science. This is religion, this is insanity, and this is also required.
Parents can fight back, and in some rare cases, they have. In November
of 2019, for example, this show highlighted a teacher training program
called "Deep Equity." The point of Deep Equity is to "produce real
school improvement for equity and social justice." In other words, not
to teach children facts, but to brainwash them.
According to Deep Equity, the point is to adopt a "transformationist
white [sic] identity" where "white [sic] folks are attempting to come
to terms with race in a real way and question the systemic issues that
have caused whites [sic] to be so much in a superior position."
Teachers are given "White Allies Agenda" items:
"See race. Listen to and learn from people of color. Acknowledge the
reality of racism. Acknowledge the reality of white [sic] racial
privilege. Transcend guilt. Educate other white [sic] people. Confront
racist behaviors, attitudes and practices. Use your privilege to work
for racial and social justice."
Someday, we're going to look back at this and see it for what it is:
Race hate. But Deep Equity has been used all over the country, even in
places that probably didn't want it. Fauquier County, Va., for example,
voted for Donald Trump by 25 points in 2016. But of course, Deep Equity
is part of that county's teacher training. Have parents done much?
Apparently, they haven't. They may not know what's happening.
Deep Equity was also used in Chandler, Ariz. The program, according to
the school district there, cost $418,156 to implement. However, after
we featured Deep Equity on this show, parents in Chandler stood up and
objected to it, and Deep Equity was ended their.
This is happening all over the country in school districts your kids
may attend, and you may not know about it. What can we do about it?
What effect is it having on our children? On our society?