The Commie Chronicles – Episode 7

In any communist country, one of the first things that always happens is “re-education.” The new ruling party must re-educate the masses. The population must support the new order, otherwise. In the past, “or else” was a choice between life and death. In our more civilized world of 2021, the dying part now finds itself “cancelled” from participation in society. Only in business-critical cases like Phil Haney or Seth Rich do they physically cancel people.

With much of the coup fueled by Marxist social divisions, we see signs of “re-education” everywhere. In tiny Northfield, Minnesota we find the small and private Carlton College. A school not for the poor, the tuition is $59,000 a year, the faculty has jumped on the coup bandwagon abroad. A black student demanded change. The board responded quickly by requiring all college employees to attend separate anti-racism “struggle” sessions, though there has never been a racist incident at the college in history.

The University of Florida requires students to attend diversity and inclusion training. Students are taught that “justice” is fair while “equality” is unjust. Many other lessons point to white people being the problem. The program contains multiple choice questions, infographics and videos. The questions and videos focus on specific examples of insensitive language and interactions between white students and minorities. One of many tricky questions is, “Is it cultural appropriation for a white man to throw a ‘salsa and sombreros’ themed party? The answer is yes.

At Roosevelt University in Illinois, professors bragged in a recent Zoom call about how they indoctrinate Department of Education students in the ways of social justice. One said: “I mean, it’s all social justice; all day, every day, i can talk about the things i love. I’m really living life over here.” The prof also teaches elementary schools and is the liaison officer for the National Education Association. Communist indoctrination has a life of its own.

The state of California has announced a new ethnic studies curriculum required in all state high schools. The new class handbook comprises a whopping 900 pages. It teaches historical American oppression of Black, Hispanic, and Asian Americans. It teaches that people are divided into oppressors or oppressed based solely on the color of their skin, and that white people have all power while non-white people have no power; States ‘educate’ our children.

Columbia University, one of America’s oldest and most prestigious higher education centers, withheld graduation on the future style. Although the Civil Rights Act 1964 prohibits racial discrimination, it does not appear to apply to the Commie School Extraordinaire. They began the graduation with Native American-only ceremonies, followed by the Lavender graduation for the LBGTQ alphabet soup crowd. This was followed by the Latinx degree for Hispanic students and finally the degree for Blacks – no indication of when whites and Asians graduate. You see, there is more than one way to transform our young people. Drive the wedge deep with a return to segregation and without a word of protest.

In another aspect of the reeducation, Disney, the original American children’s icon, announced changes to some of its golden oldies. His cult children’s film Dumbo no longer exists. You see, the music has racist undertones from the Jim Crow days. Next on the chopping block, my all time favorite Peter Pan. Seems that Peter is disrespectful to Native Americans and the film shows cultural appropriation. Finally, Disney canceled The Aristocats. A shocker? Hardly in 2021. Disney says, “The Siamese cat Shun Gon is portrayed as a racist caricature of East Asian peoples with exaggerated stereotypical features like slanted eyes and buck teeth.” They also take a look at the Swiss family Robinson and Lady and the Tramp. Don’t you wish this was just a bad dream?

Unfortunately, the serious re-education of our youth began 50 years ago. It was subtle but effective. Now their post-coup efforts are visible to all. And the long march continues as most Americans walk together and stare at their phones.

Until next time… Watch your back and be careful of the “cancellation” birds. you could be next