Download this handy guide on fighting critical race theory straight into your grey matter before it becomes wrongthink

Apr 23rd

If you want a fantastic explanation of what critical race theory is, how it will destroy America (I mean this literally), and how to stop it, researcher Chris Rufo has put it all together here:

I'm going to give some highlights from the article, skipping over the history of CRT for you red-pilled folks who recognize this poison for what it is.

Here are Rufo's thoughts on how to slay the CRT dragon:

Critical race theorists must be confronted with and forced to speak to the facts. Do they support public schools separating first-graders into groups of "oppressors" and "oppressed"? Do they support mandatory curricula teaching that "all white people play a part in perpetuating systemic racism"? Do they support public schools instructing white parents to become "white traitors" and advocate for "white abolition"? Do they want those who work in government to be required to undergo this kind of reeducation? How about managers and workers in corporate America? How about the men and women in our military? How about every one of us?

Spot on. Run this ideological simulation through your mind like Doctor Strange figuring out how to beat Thanos. These outcomes are not examples: they will become reality if CRT wins.

There are three parts to a successful strategy to defeat the forces of critical race theory: governmental action, grassroots mobilization, and an appeal to principle.

Rufo addresses how coalitions are forming in each of these areas. Find an entity near you that's involved in one of these categories.

The third category is especially important:

In terms of principles, we need to employ our own moral language rather than allow ourselves to be confined by the categories of critical race theory. For example, we often find ourselves debating "diversity." Diversity as most of us understand it is generally good, all things being equal, but it is of secondary value. We should be talking about and aiming at excellence, a common standard that challenges people of all backgrounds to achieve their potential. On the scale of desirable ends, excellence beats diversity every time.

Don't let the Party establish its Newspeak. Save the dictionary from the woke before it is too late!

Similarly, in addition to pointing out the dishonesty of the historical narrative on which critical race theory is predicated, we must promote the true story of America—a story that is honest about injustices in American history, but that places them in the context of our nation's high ideals and the progress we have made toward realizing them. Genuine American history is rich with stories of achievements and sacrifices that will move the hearts of Americans, in stark contrast to the grim and pessimistic narrative pressed by critical race theorists.

The truth is always better than a lie, and the truth will set you free. The revisionist history where "Oceania has always been at war with Eastasia" is flat and stale. People want stories of real people, not caricatures painted by the Left.

Above all, we must have courage, the fundamental virtue required in our time: courage to stand and speak the truth, courage to withstand epithets, courage to face the mob, and courage to shrug off the scorn of elites. When enough of us overcome the fear that currently prevents so many from speaking out, the hold of critical race theory will begin to slip. And courage begets courage. It's easy to stop a lone dissenter; it's much harder to stop 10, 20, 100, 1,000, 1 million, or more who stand up together for the principles of America. Truth and justice are on our side. If we can muster the courage, we will win.

C.S. Lewis called courage "the form of every virtue at the testing point." You and I must stop being afraid and speak up.

So get out there and flame this commie nonsense for what it is!


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