Maoism was China’s way of forcing communism across the nation using anti-classism propaganda, much in the same way that critical race theory is pushing Marxism in using a subject that no one wants to argue against- racism. Xi Van Fleet told the Loudoun County School Board members. “You are now teaching, training our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history.”
Van Fleet, a Moasim survivor only had one minute to tell her story to the Virginia school board, “All of this seems very familiar … the only difference is they used class instead of race. … This is, indeed, the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution.”
“I’ve been very alarmed by what’s going on in our schools, the mother said. ” You are now training our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history. Growing up in Mao’s China, all of this seems very familiar. The Communist regime used the same critical theory to divide people; the only difference is they used class instead of race.”
“During the Cultural Revolution, I witnessed students and teachers turn against each other,” she recalled. “We changed school names to be politically correct. We were taught to denounce our heritage. The Red Guards destroyed anything that is not Communist: old statues, books, and anything else.”
She noted that during the Cultural Revolution, students were also instructed to report on each other, “We were also encouraged to report on each other, just like the Student Equity Ambassador program and the Bias Reporting System.”
She concluded, “This is, indeed, the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. The Critical Race Theory has its roots in cultural Marxism. It should have no place in our schools.”
On June 3rd Loudoun County parents had filed suit in federal court against the Loudoun County School Board, claiming that school leaders were violating students’ free speech rights.
The lawsuit aims to do away with the school system’s “Student Equity Ambassador Program” and “Bias Reporting System,” both of which encourage students to observe and discuss incidents of racist behavior in their school communities.
The description of the “Student Equity Ambassador Program” in the lawsuit basically explains that select students who meet specific criteria will be stationed around the school, spying on other students. They will meet secretly with staff to anonymously report their supposed findings. That’s nuts…