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‘I won’t be pathologized for being White’: Man resigns, shreds school district over ‘white privilege’ training

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An after-school coordinator at a New Hampshire elementary school has gone viral for resigning over the school’s embrace of anti-white critical race theory propaganda.

In a public resignation letter released Monday on Twitter, former Northwest Elementary after-school program coordinator Daniel Concannon, 40, accused his school district of having endorsed the “dehumanization and hatred of White people, as evidenced by their dissemination of the imbecilic ‘White Privilege’ curriculum.”

In the letter, he purposefully referred to the Manchester School District as “The Frankfurt School.” It was a reference to the school responsible for creating contemporary Marxism, which is believed to be at the root of CRT.

According to the New Hampshire Union Leader, back in March Concannon sued the district, alleging that their mandatory “white privilege” training amounted to harassment. The district responded at the time by claiming the “training” wasn’t mandatory but still defending it.

“The District embraces this process of critical thinking, not necessarily the ideas or opinions of individual authors,” district officials reportedly said.

The training was part of “an equity policy to help employees develop critical racial, ethnic and cultural competence,” according to the Union Leader.

But according to Concannon, the curriculum, which he claimed was developed by the discredited SPLC, is nothing but an anti-white manifesto.

“I won’t be pathologized for being White. I won’t be pathologized for being normal,” he declared in his resignation tweet Tuesday.

Look:

In addition to the tweet, he also posted his thoughts on the critical race theory madness sweeping the country. Echoing the arguments from conservatives, he noted that CRT has nothing to do with actual “diversity” and “inclusion.”

“These people do not seek ‘diversity,’ they do not seek ‘equity,’ they do not seek ‘inclusion.’ They do not seek whatever the latest stupid word they’ve made up to clobber our psyches with pretends to stand for. They seek the erasure of our past, our present and our future,” he wrote.

“These people love to rail about ‘institutional power’ without the slightest acknowledgment of the irony that they are the institutional power. Institutional power is all that they have. They are otherwise weak — physically and spiritually,” he added.

The ongoing debate over CRT propaganda being taught in schools appears to be a perfect example of what he said about institutional power.

Also on Tuesday, a high-profile leftist with institutional power suggested that it’s hypocritical for conservatives to complain about attacks on free speech but then turn around and call for CRT’s racial essentialism to not be taught to children.

“The shift from ‘cancel culture threatens free speech’ to ‘our children must never hear about critical race theory’ sure is remarkable, ” Zack Beauchamp, a correspondent for the far-left blog Vox, tweeted Tuesday morning.

The tweet promptly went viral among other blue checkmark elites with power and influence.

Look:

The tweets were stunning.

The institutional left regularly calls for censoring everyday people for speaking the actual truth, be it on gender (men are men, and women are women), on medication (Ivermectin has shown potential as a coronavirus cure) or on election fraud (it’s real).

Yet according to this same left, the real attack on free speech is defined by the right’s attempts to stop schools from indoctrinating children in racial essentialist dogma that defines people by their race and deems certain races superior and others inferior.

In addition, there’s a difference between private speech and public schooling. The two are in fact entirely unrelated.

Every American, including those who live in states where CRT is banned from schools,  can still talk about CRT publicly, can still buy books about CRT and can still indoctrinate their own children in CRT if they so desire.

What’s not allowed is for left-wing teachers who’re paid by the state to indoctrinate their public schoolchildren with CRT propaganda.

(*Language warning)*

Vivek Saxena

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