Chicago-area lawsuit blows up media defenses of critical race theory
Important reminder that Critical Race Praxis is ILLEGAL under the American Constitution and American Federal Law.
The “equity rather than equality” gambit has the potential to backfire badly, because it means “equity” is illegal if it infringes upon our rights to equal protection.

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14 Jul
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.”

This is easily shown to be FALSE.
Thus: A accuses B of wronging her. C does not know whether A’s accusation is true or false.

If B did wrong A in the manner accused, there is a situation of injustice.
If not, then A has falsely accused B, and there is a situation of injustice.

C being neutral is not unjust.
The neutrality of C is the foundation of DUE PROCESS. Neither A nor B have any claim on C’s allegiance, so long as C is in a state of ignorance regarding the particulars, even though C knows that EITHER A OR B has acted unjustly, and so there is ‘a situation of injustice.'
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13 Jul
"YOU'RE DONE!" Screams Pennsbury School Board to Parents Opposed to Critical Race Theory
This tiny school board tyrant thinks he has the right to command citizens to use only the words he demands.
Pennsbury cut public comments in BOE meeting videos. When a resident blasted the move, it went viral.… via @couriertimes
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13 Jul
“Most important, and of greatest concern, was how intelligents thought. An intelligent signed on to a set of beliefs regarded as totally certain, scientifically proven, and absolutely obligatory for any moral person.”
“A strict intelligent had to subscribe to some ideology—whether populist, Marxist, or anarchist—that was committed to the total destruction of the existing order and its replacement by a utopia that would, at a stroke, eliminate every human ill.”
“The mentality of the intelligentsia constituted a cruel parody of religion, preserving “the external features of religiosity without its content.”
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13 Jul
What Happened To You?

The radicalization of the American elite against liberalism…
“What is it? It is, I’d argue, the sudden, rapid, stunning shift in the belief system of the American elites. It has sent the whole society into a profound cultural dislocation.”
“It is, in essence, an ongoing moral panic against the specter of “white supremacy,” which is now bizarrely regarded as an accurate description of the largest, freest, most successful multiracial democracy in human history.”
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13 Jul
Notice that they are selling individualism as “white individualism” and (therefore) RACIST.

They are trying to MORALLY BLACKMAIL everyone into accepting collectivism — on pain of being “a white supremacist.”
Nothing so far has made America accept Communism — but a race war might.

Well, most of us won’t accept it, but our elites might.
If America falls to Race Communism, it will achieve what Communism always achieves: totalitarian terror, misery, mass murder, the end of freedom, and incalculable human suffering — for a century or so, until it collapses under its own evil weight.

I’d rather we didn’t, though.
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12 Jul
The error this fool is making is to think that condemning the MISUSE of a faculty is condemning the faculty.

Reason can be misused, as it is in sophistry. Imagination can be misused, as it is when fantasy becomes a substitute for reality.
Even Verne — who is wrong to say that anything that can be imagined can be done — subordinates imagination to “what can be done,” or reality.
Verne is obviously wrong: we can *imagine* all sorts of things we cannot do, e.g. squaring the circle in Euclidean geometry, building a perpetual motion machine, implementing a happy, non-tyrannical Communism, and so on.
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