The people who are soon to be promoted to officers in the Global America Empire (GAE) no longer have a loyalty to America, but the anti-white system they are sworn to defend. They are making the joining of the GAE cult a condition of service.
No, they haven’t lost their minds, they’re creating legions that are loyal to the anti-white system, not the American people.
West Point cadets schooled on ‘whiteness,’ ‘queer theory’ under newly revealed CRT regime, by Joseph Clark, Washington Times, June 21, 2022
West Point cadets have been taught that “whiteness” connotes “race privilege” and “structural advantage” as part of instructions based on critical race theory, according to newly revealed documents and course materials from the military academy.
Among the trove of documents — which were handed over to Judicial Watch after a public records lawsuit — are presentation slides instructing cadets that “in order to understand racial inequality and slavery, it is first necessary to address whiteness.”
“Whiteness,” the slide reads, is a “standpoint or place from which white people look at themselves and the rest of society,” and refers to “a set of cultural practices that are usually unmarked and unnamed.”
Another slide that contains a graphic that reads: “MODERN DAY SLAVERY IN THE USA” instructs students on the disparities between Black people and White people.
The presentation points out that Black people are less likely to “have a college education, receive recommended medical screening tests, receive bank approval for a housing mortgage, own their own homes or receive a job promotion.”
The Department of Defense turned over more than 600 pages of documents including presentation slides, course outlines and emails exposing the extent of CRT instruction at West Point.
Our military is under attack – from within,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “These documents show racist, anti-American CRT propaganda is being used to try to radicalize our rising generation of Army leadership at West Point.”
The Defense Department did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Critical race theory, or CRT, began at universities in the 1970s as a legal theory examining bias within institutions. The theory, which has evolved from a legal framework, asserts that a racial hierarchy exists in American society and that racism has become normalized.
Critics say it divides students along racial fault lines and is used as a political indoctrination tool by the far left.
At West Point, one presentation informs cadets that “racism is ordinary, race is socially constructed, and White Americans have primarily benefited from civil rights legislation.”
The Freedom of Information Act lawsuit was filed amid reports, including by The Washington Times, that CRT was also showing up in military training and recommended reading lists for service members, and was being taught at the service academies.
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