Think Pre-K Indoctrination Is Bad? Look At High School Level Curriculum

From an anonymous teacher and parent in the Montgomery County, Maryland Public School System (MCPS).

The graphics below are from a PowerPoint presentation provided to teachers in MCPS.

One look at Angel Kyodo Williams’ website and you will understand how important it is to educate yourself about what exactly is being taught to your children, and who is influencing these curriculum decisions.

The slide above makes the assumption it is difficult “to talk about race.” Making wide, generalized assumptions is once again furthering the divide and forcing people to have “conversations” about a problem that does not exist in the majority of the population, and an issue that was exacerbated by former President Obama.

The goal of this slide is to curb free speech, plain and simple. From the slide above, the definition of a “microaggression” could be anything that offends another person. ANYTHING. Best to shut up at this point in the event you appear racist.

Nothing like an MTV video to class this discussion up. Apparently, only White people can cause “microaggressions” by simply breathing air.

This slide comes from tolerance.org. Enjoy reading their entire guide to combating everyday prejudice, bias, and stereotypes. Another reminder to curb free speech and limit actual debates through interruption, “education” a.k.a. indoctrination, and “echo,” which sounds eerily similar to creating an echo chamber of intolerance.

Keep on reading.

Both slides above provide instruction on how to act, how to think, and what to do to prevent an offended person from….what? Lashing out and calling you a racist? Burning your car? Destroying your business? Are we supposed to be tiptoeing through life making sure we don’t offend someone?

This slide is showcasing how misinformation helps to further racial tensions. Note the need to provide “powerful” photographs to emotionally manipulate people into thinking and feeling a certain way. I’d like to know how many Hispanic residents were tested compared to other races, as well as what percentage of that entire population of the suburb is Hispanic. I’d like to know if Black children are so scared of dying, why are they out protesting instead of quarantining themselves? Who told that woman that her ethnicity is a “virus”? Are my questions “offending” you? Unlike the slides’ instructions, I refuse to apologize; guess that makes me a “racist” with “implicit bias.”

Didn’t think you needed to panic during a conversation about race? No problem, because the school system wants you to use this calming video to stop a panic attack before it even happens. This is classic psychological conditioning, folks: repeatedly telling someone that they will need to calm down after having a “courageous conversation about race” when they aren’t having any anxiety issues, will lead them to eventually associate having a panic attack or experience anxiety when discussing this topic.

I encourage all parents to click on the reference links below to get a better idea of where we are headed; if this continues, our children will not be educated to become productive members of society. They will become social justice warriors with no marketable skills, thereby relying more heavily on government handouts to create a comfortable standard of living.

References:

  1. Main photograph and all content source are slides in the MCPS PowerPoint presentation for teachers in high school: https://cutt.ly/cfH0s5E and https://cutt.ly/YfH0Sf7
  2. Angel Kyodo Williams on Self Care for Activists: https://www.eomega.org/article/self-care-for-activists
  3. https://angelkyodowilliams.com/
  4. https://www.tolerance.org/professional-development/how-to-implement-speak-up-at-school
  5. https://www.tolerance.org/sites/default/files/2019-04/TT-Speak-Up-Guide_0.pdf
  6. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BF0E4Ohle2IUS_0emGJn_0PDaQhh9a4IwvHHcDV4x_0/edit

Author: The MoCo Conservative

The MoCo Conservative blog and podcast provide a voice for the not-so-silent majority and disenfranchised voters in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our goal is to aggregate published Conservative content written by residents of the Beltway and beyond. Our blog and podcasts cover a variety of topics and responses from concerned citizens, both anonymous and names, who are directly impacted by the reckless policies put forth by those in positions of authority.

One thought on “Think Pre-K Indoctrination Is Bad? Look At High School Level Curriculum”

  1. The problem is that the school systems don’t need to change the curriculum. There is nothing wrong with original teachings. The main problems are unions and the teachers that are extremely left. The past has nothing to do with today. Our thoughts and mores are being destroyed by winers and minorities that are crying poor me. If they would get off their asses and work as hard as we have, they could accomplish the same things instead of sitting on their asses and wanting it handed to them for nothing.

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