Upper class American families send their children to elite elementary schools for reasons that include an early start on networking with children of elites. Commenter Ryu writes: “What do they say the elites’ greatest fears are? I’d wager their greatest fear is losing their money and facing violence.” This rings true to me.
Let’s take a look at what the other classes fear before we get into the prep school story. The middle class fears slipping into the lower class, which in the United States means living near Blacks and their chaos, a condition that is dehumanizing for Whites. Middle class Americans don’t live in the suburbs because they like the commute.
What does the White lower class fear? Targeted by the neoliberal elite, they seem to have stopped fearing — they race-mix at a higher rate and blow out their brains with meth. Many deform themselves with obesity. Body size is now a class marker, with so much as token effort to remain in decent shape being what separates people who want to live from those who have given up. Handle writes:
[T]hose nations and sub-populations with low human capital are like canaries in a coal mine with rising Carbon Monoxide levels. Yes, they’ll succumb first, but as the concentration continues to increase, the rest will go in order of their rank of vulnerability. The least shall be the first, and the first in strength shall be the last, and few will be chosen to successfully hew to the old ways.
Handle’s allusion in “least” instantly reminded me of another New Testament passage, “Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” People should be free to fail, but when failure is this widespread and this sudden, then the fault may lie not entirely with them, but with irresistible and preventable man-made disasters.
Back to the upper classes and the prep school. The PowerPoint slide below is from a presentation shown to elementary school students in Manhattan’s elite Bank Street School for Children. At left, the slide lists goals for non-White students and at right it lists goals for White children.
Add that image to your collection of White Genocide-era memorabilia; nobody is going to believe this shit otherwise. Last week’s article in New York Post titled “Elite school’s ‘exceptionally racist’ diversity head will not return” gives the story:
The diversity director of an elite Manhattan prep school [described as “Ivy League-educated Anshu Wahi” — PA] who teaches white students as young as 6 that they’re born racist and benefit from “white privilege” will not be returning in the fall, the Bank Street School for Children confirmed.
Non-Whites, especially when in aboriginal costumes just like the Village People Injun, have become our mascots who like jesters, can get away with quite a bit. My guess on what happened — a presumably all-female school administration let the sanpaku Bindi do her thing and she took her role as child-abuser seriously.
Parents who complained to The Post […] revolted after “the exceptionally racist” diversity coordinator introduced increasingly anti-white propaganda into the private school’s curriculum.
Not even “reverse-racist.” The term “anti-White” meets polite company.
Some kids come home in tears, saying, “I’m a bad person,” according to parents.
When an upper class boy comes home feeling like that, his father lets him know that it’s about another class of people. The father of a middle class boy shows enough anger to reassure him that he’s got his back. A lower-class boy’s single mother turns up the television.
Last year in a meeting secretly recorded by parents, Wahi admitted, “We are definitely getting pushback” from white parents, as well as some black parents, regarding her “Racial Justice and Advocacy” curriculum. But she argued it’s a “brave step” that teachers, parents and students must all take to be more “progressive” in their thinking about race.
While I realize that it’s a conservative-leaning New York Post, I still find it interesting that the framing of the above sentence puts Wahi’s abusive actions on the defensive.
That thinking, as the Post first reported, indoctrinates white children into believing “systemic racism” still exists, and that they’re part of the problem and must hold themselves accountable even for acts of racism committed by others.
Outhouse league Struggle Sessions. One of the overarching themes of my blogging and commenting is that today’s neoliberalism is an adaptive mutation of Marxism-Leninism.
“One hundred percent of the curriculum is what whites have done to other races,” one parent said. “They offer nothing that would balance the story.”
Another recurring theme in my commentary is that Whites have the moral authority to push back. Moral authority is a necessary element in our perceived permission to act.
One parent maintained that some 30 families threatened to pull their children out of the school. The Bank Street spokeswoman said the school is experiencing only “typical attrition.”
Should I stay or should I go? For now, the school appears to continue to provide enough value to tolerate its history of child-abusive curriculum. For now, Western political arrangements continue to provide enough value to suffer their abuses.
Still, there are signs the administration has gone into damage-control mode. After the Post story, school officials “sent e-mails out asking parents to write testimonials as to the greatness of the school,” one parent said.
Re-read that last sentence and tell me what you think about the state of the system’s confidence in itself, at least on this representative microscale. In a not unrelated development, U.S. representative from Iowa Steve King tells a live MSNBC panel that Europeans and their Christian diaspora have contributed the most to civilization.
For truth to win, people have to start telling it. I wrote this years ago, and it’s a reflection of my own eyewitness to the fall of a narrative in another time and place: first, people stop believing the big lie. Then, people stop pretending to believe. And then it’s just a matter of how soon the stack of lies crumbles.