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Progressives Embrace Segregation Week in Education

Progressives Embrace Segregation Week in Education

Your weekly report on education news.

How does racial segregation benefit the country and why is the left suddenly so keen on it?

This trend is happening all over the country.

The left is also pushing trans and LGBT issues, big time.

Just don’t ask them to discuss it.

There is pushback.

This story sounds awfully familiar, doesn’t it?

We’re getting results.

Is this normal now?

Sounds suspicious.

No surprises here.

So much drama.


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Suburban Farm Guy | May 6, 2023 at 8:54 am

Why bother?

Every ‘black’ college degree is tainted with suspicion. Affirmative Action? Probably. Lowered Standards because they can’t do college work? Even more probably. Passed along without merit out of fear of accusations of racism? Almost certainly.; after all, it’s a universally ongoing practice, acknowledged by all involved.

So go on with your segregated graduations, hooting and hollering and your kente cloths. It means nothing except to idiots.

    Suburban Farm Guy in reply to Suburban Farm Guy. | May 6, 2023 at 9:35 am

    It’s worse than that. In their pathological racist drive to ‘help the blacks’ they — Progressives — in dumbing down are devaluing the university and Western Civilization as a whole. It’s almost as if some Marxist decided we have been too successful and wants to knock it over.

      Whitewall in reply to Suburban Farm Guy. | May 6, 2023 at 10:21 am

      That is the nub of the whole war we are in. Though the term ‘progressive’ is too forgiving a word. They are Democrats in a hurry. Reward the least capable and least intelligent and you have their loyalty forever. Marxist is a term of origin for part of the basis that drives this war, but there is a more specific term that applies when tenets of Marxism plus weaponizing the least capable among us. Vladimir Lenin did just that a century ago and launched a revolution that succeeded. Thus the continuation of low intelligence people plus what Lenin accomplished and the term Biological Leninism was born. Or for short, Bio Leninism.

        n.n in reply to Whitewall. | May 6, 2023 at 10:31 am

        The term “progressive” merely means an [unqualified] monotonic process. Liberal is divergent. Conservative is moderating. #PrinciplesMatter

          BierceAmbrose in reply to n.n. | May 6, 2023 at 1:43 pm

          Nice. Lemmie add:

          … and “Democrat” is just a crime gang, organized to seize power to extort.

        BeAChooser in reply to Whitewall. | May 6, 2023 at 12:56 pm

        “Though the term ‘progressive’ is too forgiving a word. They are Democrats in a hurry.”

        You make a big mistake thinking that progressive means a democRAT in a hurry. No, progressive is another name for Fabian Socialists, who are Marxists that are not in a hurry. That’s how we got to this point, by Fabians gradually and deceptively (those are the tactics advocated by the Fabian Society) moving us towards communism.

        Everyone remembers Teddy Roosevelt as a republican conservative, but Teddy Roosevelt was in fact heavily influenced by Fabian Socialists. That’s why he eventually started his so-called “Progressive Party”. But he made the mistake of not doing it the Fabian way, so Woodrow Wilson, who was a more stealthy Fabian Socialist, won the election and started the country on the road to communism.

        In fact, Wilson is recognized as the leader of the “progressive era”. And he was surrounded by Fabians. Chief among them was is closest friend and adviser, Edward M. House. House wrote a book in 1912 (which we know Wilson read) titled “Philip Dru: Administrator”. House himself described the book as a plan for the conquest of America by gaining control of both the Republican and Democratic parties and then using them to create a socialist world government.  

        Wilson, guided by House, proceeded to enact all sorts of things the Fabians said they wanted to see … such as the Federal Reserve System and a progressive Federal income tax, both of which were part of the plan described in House’s book. House also advocated world government (hence, Wilson’s League of Nations) and was important in founding the CFR (when the League of Nations failed) which figured prominently in where we are today (our government is filled with CFR members).

        To understand progressivism, listen to Wilson. Wilson wrote an essay, “Socialism and Democracy”, in which he claimed there was no essential difference in principle between socialism and democracy. Can you imagine that? He said both rest ultimately on the absolute right “of the community to determine its own destiny and that of its members” and that both assert that “men as communities are supreme over men as individuals.”

        In short, Wilson attacked the Founding Fathers’ understanding of individual rights and the legitimate role of government, and adopted what socialists claim to be those rights and roles. He even said on one occasion that “if you want to understand the real Declaration of Independence, do not repeat the preface“ i.e. that part of the Declaration which talks about securing individual natural rights as the only legitimate purpose of government.

        He so disliked the Constitution and the system set up by the founders that he ignored the fact that this is a republic, not a democracy, and during his administration, he made many changes to the way Congress is elected, moving our system away from being a republic. Wilson wrote that “control must be public, not private, must be vested in the government itself, so that the banks may be the instruments, not the masters, of business and of individual enterprise and initiative.” That’s Fabian Socialist inspired progressivism and that’s what modern democRATS advocate.

        FDR was another “progressive” with an administration filled with admitted Fabian Socialists … like Stuart Chase, Rexford Guy Tugwell, Roger Baldwin, Walter Lippmann, Felix Frankfurter, and Harry Ward. These men were all members of his vaunted Brain Trust, which helped him plan before the election what he’d do after he won.

        He won the election in a very Fabian manner … by deception. He campaigned to the right of Hoover, promising to reduce the size of government. Then all these Fabians became high level officials in his New Deal (a term Stuart Chase invented) administration, so they could implement their plan to massively expand the government, both in size and power, with transformation into a communist country the long term end goal

        I could say much about each one but I’ll focus on Tugwell, who was so far to the left that he was known as “Rexford the Red”. He wrote, in discussing a proposal to introduce national economic planning, that “it seems altogether likely that we shall set up, and soon, such a consultative body … The day on which it comes into existence will be a dangerous one for business … There may be a long and lingering death (of the private profit enterprise), but it must be regarded as inevitable.”

        He wrote “the first series of changes will have to do with statutes, with constitutions, and with government. … It will require the laying of rough, unholy hands on many a sacred precedent, doubtless calling for an enlarged and nationalized police power for enforcement. … Planning will necessarily become a function of the federal government; either that or the planning agency will supersede that government. … It has already been suggested that business will logically be required to disappear. This is not an overstatement for the sake of emphasis; it is literally meant.”

        Now Tugwell became the Deputy Secretary of Agriculture, just under his recommended choice of Secretary of Agriculture, Henry A. Wallace. Not that Wallace went on to found The United States Progressive Party in 1948 and then ran for President via it.   The party platform called for establishment of a national health insurance system, an expansion of the welfare system, and nationalization of the energy industry. The Communist Party USA did not field a presidential candidate, but instead endorsed Wallace for President. As you can see, it’s Fabian socialists who created the agenda of the Democratic Party that democRATS still claim title to today. They weren’t in a hurry.

        Every step of the way the last hundred and twenty five years, Fabian Socialists have GRADUALLY guided and pushed America toward this very moment when dictatorship is near at hand. They didn’t do it by being in a hurry but by being exceedingly patient and for the most part very stealthy. In fact, few people in America have even heard of Fabian Socialism and that’s deliberate on the part of the Fabian controlled media..

        Maybe when Obama came along he thought they were so near the end of the process, that he could be a little less stealthy and a little less patient. In that regard, it’s noteworthy that Obama put out a campaign video in 2012 titled “The Road We’ve Traveled”, obviously derived from the title of Chase’s second book, in which Chase laid out the plan for the Fabian conquest of America. In that book, Chase said that if enough pieces of society were fundamentally “transformed” into Political System X (that’s he called the Fabian’s goal), then there would be no going back.  Maybe Obama was so keen on “transforming” America under his watch (he is a man of great hubris) that he lost sight for a moment of the need to remain stealthy.

        That allowed Trump to rise to power. But don’t make the mistake of thinking the Fabians are vanquished. They are back to being stealthy and hard at work destroying Trump, destroying MAGA, and putting us back on the road they planned for us over a hundred years ago.

          Whitewall in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 1:29 pm

          Here we go again. There is nothing stealthy about what Dems of that ilk are doing now.

          henrybowman in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 2:38 pm

          Who keeps pushing that button on the jukebox?!
          I’m so sick of Fabian. Play some Frankie Avalon.

          Whitewall in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 2:54 pm

          “Turn Me Loose”.

          “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter”

          And now the ever-unpopular “S/Trollin’ in the Springtime”

          BeAChooser in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 6:10 pm

          “There is nothing stealthy about what Dems of that ilk are doing now.”

          I disagree. The Fabian controlled media hasn’t clued most Americans into what’s going on. Most Americans who voted for Biden still don’t know how demented he is because all they hear is what the Fabian controlled media tell them.

          Also, we both know that Biden is nothing but a mouthpiece. They are stealthily directing what’s happening from behind the scenes and even you can’t say for sure who that is. It may in fact be a whole lot of unidentified people.

          BeAChooser in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 6:12 pm

          Note that the above post was in response to Whitewall’s post to me.

          BeAChooser in reply to BeAChooser. | May 6, 2023 at 6:39 pm

          Well I have to say henrybowman, a UNIPARTY supporter would want to make light of Fabian Socialism … to try and laugh it off. Indeed, Bill Clinton’s mentor during his Rhodes scholarship at Oxford, Carroll Quigley, tried to to make light of what he referred to as the “wild-eyed and bushy-haired theoreticians of Socialist Harvard and the London School of Economics.” His book was just part of the deception to make people ignore Fabian socialists and what they were busy doing to America.

Democrats ‘circling back’ to their roots.

    n.n in reply to Whitewall. | May 6, 2023 at 10:36 am

    Diversity (i.e. color judgment, class-based bigotry), including: racism, sexism, ageism, etc., is inequity and exclusion (DIE) practiced under the Pro-Choice ethical religion of Progressive sects, where religion is a behavioral protocol (i.e. morality in a universal frame, ethics its relativistic sibling, law their politically consensual cousin) presented by God, gods and goddesses, mortal gods and goddesses, and experts.

    That said, diversity of individuals, minority of one.

2smartforlibs | May 6, 2023 at 11:30 am

This is the same pack that pushed these rights in the 60s. Told you it wasn’t about equal anything. It like all liberalism is always about control.

    Liberalism is a philosophy of divergence. For example, classical liberal was divergent from the established practices at the time. However, where classical liberalism was characterized with fixed principles and limited scope, liberalism, generally, is progressive, typically in sects, over generations, etc.

      Liberalism is much more than ascribed, with many more facets. It is grounded in political self-emancipation. Funny that many conservatives practice “classical liberalism.” That simply means they are liberals. It’s okay. In many regards, principles of liberalism and conservatism overlap because they come from the same place.

      Divergence? Perhaps. That is a vague notion that extends to almost any “movement” across the spectrum.

      Progressivism is not liberalism, or vice versa. It has too many instances of illiberalism to qualify, and unlike liberalism is anti-American in scope. Conflation is a problem, which liberals should address and take back their good name.

    Whitewall in reply to 2smartforlibs. | May 6, 2023 at 12:11 pm

    Glad you mentioned that though it’s not ‘liberalism’ in its proper meaning, rather just a decoration. From a few years ago:

Segregation is the hallmark of political congruence (“=”), including the novel “Respect for Marriage Act”, which is notable for its peculiar diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) following the popular denial of evolution, sex, and couples, and celebration of the transgender spectrum (e.g. two men and a womb, two women and a donor). That said, civil unions for all consenting adults.

BierceAmbrose | May 6, 2023 at 3:06 pm

You’re gonna need a bigger week.

The Klan is probably laughing themselves silly over this return to segregation. George Wallace said “segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.” Now the lefties agree with George Corley.