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Black Lives Matter in schools across America: It starts by teaching young children...

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Well-crafted propaganda lessons (including LGBT) designed for various age groups.

Starting in elementary school!

When parents happen to watch their children's Zoom classes and notice an offensive Black Lives Matter assignment or diatribe by the teacher during an academic class, they might assume it's an isolated situation.

But in fact, the vast national and local Black Lives Matter (BLM) curriculum materials are very sophisticated and extremely well-planned. Their aim is to transform every child's mind starting as young as possible. The BLM founders admit to being trained Marxists and LGBT activists – and the BLM ideology now flooding the nation's schools fully reflects that.

Learning BLM's "13 guiding principles"

Normal parents would want their young children told the truth that all people of all races have the same common humanity. They would not want them given the racist poison that one race is more "special" or "deserving" or "better" than the others. But there's more to BLM than just that.

The starting point of the BLM curriculum is infusing children with their "13 Guiding Principles." They are basically Marxist philosophy. These principles are drilled into the kids' minds quite thoroughly.

The BLM 13 principles (based in Marxism) include.

Restorative Justice: This isn't real justice. It includes reparations, etc., that white people must pay blacks (or perform other actions) because of alleged or real injustice by other people against other victims (i.e., police violence, slavery).

Empathy: This isn't normal empathy. It's contrived empathy for people BLM declares are victims of social or cultural injustice.

Loving engagement: For kids, this means telling their parents or friends that their old-fashioned values are wrong, or that their "privilege" makes them racist. Engagement for adults includes the "peaceful" protests (that often lead to violence), confronting people in restaurants, and even de-platforming others on social media.


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