A young mother who was born and raised in the Soviet Union attended a school board meeting at Bedford Central, New York.
She told the board that the critical race theory (CRT) was evil incarnate and that the people there were told that the goal was equality but what they found out that meant everyone being equally miserable.
As a result, many starved to death. Communism has failed every time it’s been tried.
The mother went on a three-minute rebuke of the CRT. She told them that the feel-good CRT is marching us right into communism.
She was not deterred by being in a hostile atmosphere and she certainly knows from first-hand knowledge rather than abstract theory.
She came to this country for a better life, not to be suckered by the communists again.
Communism only works for the ruling elite.
She told the board:
“The proposed ‘anti-racist program’ is just a prettier name for racial Marxist teaching. You don’t need to sugarcoat it for me. I lived it. Same methods, same vocabulary, same preferential treatment to certain groups. That’s why equity is packed with good causes like ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusion,’ so nobody can challenge it. But, I know.”
“Ask me how I know? I was born in the Soviet Union and my family has seen it all. Suffering first from Nazi and then from tyrannical Soviet ideology. Back there, what started was ‘equity for all,’ quickly ended with nothing to eat for my people. And now my family is here because of it — because ‘equity’ does not work,” she said. “We did not come here for a blanketed synthetic equity. We had enough of that one. We came here for equal opportunity under the law and freedoms in this country. Soviets extinguished all the excellence and opportunity.”
“Equity” is code for communism and “mindboggling sameness.”
“They told us they were advocates for equity and enemies of privilege, people believed this, and we paid the awful price. This ideology killed millions of people worldwide. And now you’re bringing it here to indoctrinate our own children. Equity was just a tool used by communists to make sure everyone was equally poorly educated so people didn’t question authority. While in definition it was about fairness, in reality, it means same outcome – nobody excels, mind-boggling sameness. The key tactic is to remove all the incentives and motivation to succeed for all the students.