Cults that use political ideals as their base are well known throughout history. Hitler’s Nazi Germany and Stalin’s Communist USSR were classic examples of mind control on a very large scale. On smaller scales white and black supremacists, terrorists, and rebel groups commonly use forms of mind control to recruit and dominate their members." - Cultwatch.com
Every time I turn on the T.V., there's a commercial, movie trailer, or ad trying to sell me something. If they were only peddling their newest touch-free soap dispenser, that would be great, but no. I am pummeled by ads that try to convince me that racism, by whites in particular, is lurking around every corner like a car-jacker in the ghetto. Ignore your blind eyes, deaf ears, and pleasant interactions with people of all colors, they say. Exchange that for the story we, the media, politicians, religious leaders, and rebel groups give you. And what is their story? That all whites are evil racists and if you don't agree, you're a white supremacist, even if you're black.
Welcome to the Neo-Racist Anti-White Woke cult, where the new President of the United States warmly greets you and the English language (opened a dictionary lately?) is twisted into 'woke,' Critical Race Theory gobbledygook.
In his article, "What is Critical Race Theory?" James Lindsay provides keen insight into the evils of this movement.
"Critical Race Theorists believe that people who they claim benefit from “systemic racism,” which they declare to be the ordinary state of affairs in society, want to maintain it, which is why Critical Race Theorists say virtually everyone is racist. People who are especially skilled at finding the “systemic racism” in everything are called “Critical Race Theorists.” They proceed according to a simplified version of this first assumption of Critical Race Theory, which can be expressed in the words of Robin DiAngelo this way: “The question is not ‘Did racism take place?’ but ‘How did racism manifest in that situation?’” That is, they assume racism is present in everything and look for it “Critically” until they find it. Importantly, this is assessed subjectively according to the “lived experience” of racism and does not depend upon there being any evidence of racism.
Second, Critical Race Theory does not continue the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement, as many incorrectly believe. It is against liberalism and the liberal order upon which Western societies are founded, and it rejects both equality and neutral principles of constitutional law (these were the backbone of both the abolitionist movement that ended slavery and the Civil Rights Movement). It also rejects legal reasoning and Enlightenment rationalism. This makes Critical Race Theory unreasonable, illiberal, against equality, and anti-American, by definition."
If you've been trying to figure out why the burning cities, looting, rioting, and now, blacklisting dissenters by 'woke' enthusiasts does not resemble the Civil Rights movement, that's because it's not about civil rights. It's about tribal-minded blacks who are angry about the filth, crime, and poor opportunities in black communities, yet refuse to acknowledge what Walter Williams expressed:
"Self-destructive behavior that has become acceptable, particularly that in predominantly Black schools, is nothing less than a gross betrayal of a struggle, paid with blood, sweat and tears by previous generations, to make possible today's educational opportunities that are being routinely squandered."
It's not just angry blacks who are dragging half the country into their cult, but also communist whites and others with a thirst for power over people. They have brainwashed some well meaning white folks into believing that they are racists even without knowing it. And gullible colored folks are sacrificing their hopes and dreams for the 'woke' cause since revolutionaries have told them the system is rigged for whites, so don't bother. Therefore, everyone should join the Neo-Racist Anti-White Woke cult in order to eradicate this unseen enemy of white supremacy.
By creating new terms and definitions based on existing words, the leaders of the cult can document an entire set of beliefs, a bible, that their adherents can study and disseminate on social media and in primary schools. If the Critical Race ideology sounds intellectual and high-minded, that's the intention, but it isn't. It’s a religion of chaos and confusion for which Satan is the author. It is the sinister creation of narcissistic cult leaders who can only truly be saved by the God for which they have such contempt, yet pretend to be.
While they yell and scream about mythical systems of racism by the oppressive whites, we, the God fearing ones, will continue to be thankful, talk, walk, share, love, and laugh with one another no matter the color. The soul is color-less, after all.
Sources: "What is Critical Race Theory" by James Lindsay for New Discourses, Gatestone Institute, Cultwatch.com