The anti-White ideology of critical race theory, which is forced on adults, children, and even infants has infected every aspect of our lives. It’s an industry in itself. Volumes could be presented here on its core message and ramifications. Instead let’s go to the crux of what it is; the doctrine of critical race theory is that one race, the White race, is inherently evil and Whites are responsible for all ills that befall non-Whites.
Anti-White ideology as directed at children
Critical race theory aims to convince our kids that they have no right to exist simply as children among other children. Instead they must continually be alert to their ‘White privilege’. Forever vigilant and careful about how they talk with their non-White peers, so as not to cause offence as perceived by the non-White child. They must show deference at all times. All this without any reciprocation or similar sensitivity required from non-Whites to them.
Alongside the need for hypersensitivity to other races, our children are also taught that the histories of British, American and other Western societies are uniquely bad and oppressive and Whites living today are somehow responsible for the actions of White people throughout history.
Anti-White teaching in our schools
In the UK and across the West children are subjected to an extreme form of teaching that threatens their wellbeing as children and healthy development into adulthood, and the parents of the next generation.
Children are taught about White privilege, White fragility, microaggression, institutional racism, anti-racism and transgenderism. These are often presented as absolutes; the only discussion permitted is how these issues should be tackled. Suggesting they do not exist, is simply used as proof they do.
Art work from a primary school in London.
Videos filmed in schools and colleges are profiled in our classroom antiwhite indoctrination article. They reveal the cruel and damaging way our children, and non-White children, are indoctrinated.
Antiwhite indoctrination through our children’s toys
Barbie, a child’s toy tell us “White people get an advantage that they didn’t earn and Black people get a disadvantage that they don’t deserve.” The reply by Nikki, the Black toy, accentuates the horror “Exactly. It’s really serious. Some people even get hurt when other’s think the wrong thing about them.”
This video sugar coats a truly harmful message inciting jealously and hatred in non-Whites and guilt and shame in White children. Whites do not have advantages they have not earned. In reality many things are stacked against White children and adults. This despite the fact that, it could be argued, a society or nation would naturally favour the people who created it. Japanese society could be expected to favour Japanese, over Westerners who emigrate there, as the Japanese have an intimate understanding of thier language, customs and values. The same applies to Indians in India and Somalians in Somali.
Antiwhite indoctrination via our media
BBC Bitesize is for children and their parents. John Amaechi provides a typical example of how critical race theory activists, ridicule and attempt to undermine anyone who debates their ideas. He presents ‘White privilege’ to our children in a ‘kindly way’. Then we see his style turn as he damns those who disagree with him as trolls, bigots and insincere in their polite requests for evidence.
The ‘kindly video’ and contrasting vitriolic comments towards those who disagree with him speaks volumes.
Antiwhite indoctrination directed at adults
Antiwhite indoctrination across our institutions
Critical race theory is not just taught in schools and adult education, it permeates countless institutions in the UK and US. The House of Commons introduced voluntary training on unconscious bias in September 2020.
Upwards of forty MPs refused to take part. The deputy general secretary Garry Graham of Prospect, which represents public sector workers, condemned them saying, “All MPs should undertake the training that their own Black and Asian employees see as a crucial step in improving their day to day working lives.” Yet again the one-way narrative; White people get it wrong; non-Whites suffer. That it might work the other way is never entertained.
More examples of anti-White indoctrination in our government, museums and other institutions can be found towards the end of our article on Tony Timpa.
Article published 10 October 2020