Let’s see … last year parents started showing up to their local school boards demanding that the schools stop “teaching” their children “Critical Race Theory.”
As this blog has documented for a while now, “Critical Theory” was invented by the so-called “Frankfurt School,” a number of mostly Jewish Communist who fled Germany and came to America. They were hired by the American Jewish Committee to “study” Americans and figure out which ones were “fascist.”
Their “findings?” White American – who are not Jewish – tend to be high on the “F-Scale” – the “Fascism-Scale” – if they are, for instance, Christian (not Jewish.) If they are conservative. If they respect their parents. If they believe in the importance of family. If they are sexually restrained.
“Critical Race Theory” is just another permutation of the American Jewish Committee’s The Authoritarian Personality. And parents were getting real tired of it, demanding that the schools they pay for stop demonizing them and their children as “fascists.”
This development quite spooked certain “Dissident Right” types. Curtis Yarvin warned against it, because it wouldn’t work and then the parents would be demoralized. Other right-wingers thought the idea that parents would have any say in how their children are educated at all is sort of “demotic” – “demotism” being the idea that the government exists to serve the people, as opposed the people serving the government. It also has the bad effect of promoting “equality” because some parent who has no power was getting uppity and not respecting the authorities enough. That’s the basic “Affirmative Right” “Dissident Right” and “Neo-Reaction position.”
Not to worry. This outbreak of democracy has been noticed by no less than Attorney General Merrick Garland, who has, at the behest of the National Education Association, opened an anti-terrorism investigation into goyim, er, I mean, parents, complaining about Critical Race Theory and mask mandates.
Both the Official Left and the Dissident Right are completely united on this one. Parents – at least the ones who are not Jewish – shouldn’t involve themselves in the business of government. They should instead know their place.