Wesley Yang: “‘White rage’ is a term of art derived from the lexicon of CRT derivatives; to use it at face value is to accept the doctrine rather than to read merely to be informed about its content.”
There has been a lot of controversy over the defense by two senior U.S. military officers of the teaching of Critical Race Theory to service members, including putting volumes like Ibram X. Kendi’s ‘How to Be An Antiracist’ on recommended reading lists.
The testimony was frightening not just because they defended Kendi’s hideous writings. Watch the testimony (below).
My big takeaway is that these are people who are afraid, not bold. Their bluster revealed weakness, not strength. They have adopted the lexicon of the movement, as Wesley Yang wrote with regard to General Milley’s use of the term White Rage:
“White rage” is a term of art derived from the lexicon of CRT derivatives; to use it at face value is to accept the doctrine rather than to read merely to be informed about its content
Pointing out this problem is not criticizing the military. It’s defending the rank-and-file service members who are or will be subjected to the same repressive ideological tactics we’ve seen in almost every other institution. The one institution that more than anything needs to stay out of the CRT culture war appears to have had its leadership captured.
Here are the videos, judge for yourselves:
Admiral Michael Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations
Gen. Mark Milley, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (video marked to key point)DONATE
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