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>The fringe right wing conservative group also eliminated requirements also include the writings of Martin Luther King Jr., United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez and suffragist Susan B. Anthony.

In a new political low in Texas, the Republican-dominated state Senate has passed a bill to eliminate a requirement that public schools teach that the Ku Klux Klan and its white supremacist campaign of terror are “morally wrong.”

The cut is among some two dozen curriculum requirements dropped from the new measure, along with studying Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, the works of United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez, Susan B. Anthony’s writings about the women’s suffragist movement, and Native American history.

Critics say the state is promoting an “anti-civics” education.

Senate Bill 3 — passed last Friday 18-4 — drops most mentions of people of color and women from the state’s required curriculum.

That includes eliminating a requirement that students be taught the “history of white supremacy, including but not limited to the institution of slavery, the eugenics movement, and the Ku Klux Klan, and the ways in which it is morally wrong.”

The measure slices out more curriculum requirements from an already restrictive Texas education law (H.B. 3979) passed last month as part of conservatives’ fear-mongering about critical race theory, a framework for studying institutional racism that is rarely taught in K-12 schools. The term “critical race theory” is not explicitly mentioned in either the law that passed or this current Senate bill.

The new bill echoes language from last month’s law that bars teachers from requiring students to develop “an understanding” of The 1619 Project, which calls for a far more profound examination of the significance of slavery in American history.

https://www.huffpost.com/entry/texas-senate-education-bill-white-supremacy_n_60f50cf6e4b01f11895b2dc3
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It also retains the language that teachers may not “be compelled” to discuss current events or “controversial issue[s] of public policy or social affairs” and that if they do, they can’t give “deference to any one perspective.”

Democratic state Sen. Judith Zaffirini attacked the Senate bill — and that clause in particular — as an attempt to “tie the hands of our teachers,” The Dallas Morning News reported.

“How could a teacher possibly discuss slavery, the Holocaust, or the mass shootings at the Walmart in El Paso or at the Sutherland Springs church in my district without giving deference to any one perspective?” she asked.

Though the new bill essentially erases the cautionary lessons to be learned from the Ku Klux Klan, Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick praised the legislation for rejecting “philosophies that espouse that one race or sex is better than another.”

Parents “want their students to learn how to think critically, not be indoctrinated by the ridiculous leftist narrative that America and our Constitution are rooted in racism,” Patrick, who presides over the Senate, added in a statement.

The legislation must next be considered in the House, which is also led by Republicans. The House, however, currently lacks the quorum required for any vote. Democrats fled the state earlier this month to block a new restrictive voting bill.
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>praised the legislation for rejecting “philosophies that espouse that one race or sex is better than another.”

All races are equal under the law
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>>893126
Yes... that's what they're saying.
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>>893125
>Parents “want their students to learn how to think critically, not be indoctrinated by the ridiculous leftist narrative that America and our Constitution are rooted in racism,” Patrick, who presides over the Senate, added in a statement.
That doesn't really sit well when you're talking about the fucking ku Klux klan nigga. Holy shit Texas conservatives are on something.
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>>893178
>Holy shit Texas conservatives are on something
Yeah, a plane to Cancun lmao
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>>893227
how can texas conservatives afford a trip when they're all sending money to trump so he'll become president again in 2 weeks?
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>>893228
>they send their own money
lol
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>>893124
why is superman assaulting those nice democrat gentlemen?
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>>893241
Help me understand, the MAGA GOP loves yelling about how they're the "Party of Lincoln", but they don't want to teach about slavery or MLK or the Ku Klux Klan...

If they love their history so much, why don't they want to talk about it?

Something seems fishy...
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>>893246
>Help me understand, the MAGA GOP loves yelling about how they're the "Party of Lincoln", but they don't want to teach about slavery or MLK or the Ku Klux Klan...

every high-school history or social studies course i've had put a large emphasis on slavery, the holocaust, the kkk, or whatever else. i don't think slavery will disappear from the history books any time soon anon. kids don't need to hear about it every year until they hate themselves.
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>>893266
>kids don't need to hear about it
Kids need to know about reality anon.
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>>893124
So this >>885964 is okay but OP isn't?
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>>893246
>but they don't want to teach about slavery or MLK or the Ku Klux Klan

This is the MSM media boogeyman that you retarded simps are falling for. None of these schools are going to stop teaching about slavery or the holocaust or the kkk you fucking degenerate. The point is to ensure that kids are taught a little more than just WHITE MAN BAD like these pozzed academics are pushing.
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>>893246
>but they don't want to teach about slavery or MLK or the Ku Klux Klan...
Suck more conglomerate cock.
They made up this lie just like the one about "no evidence of election fraud"
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>>893268
What do you mean both threads are fine?
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>>893267

the reality is that the civil war wasn't caused by slavery in the first place. if kids knew about reality they wouldn't put up with any of this nonsense.
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>>893275
>the reality is that the civil war wasn't caused by slavery in the first place.
Hahahahaha hahahaha hahahahaha
You are one retarded negro.
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>>893281
> a bunch of white people fought each other to the death for slaves

doubt.
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>>893275
>the reality is that the civil war wasn't caused by slavery in the first place

Retard alert
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>>893126
They weren’t for a long time, so wouldn’t it be important to know about that part of history?
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>>893327

so yankees killed 100,000 southerners on behalf of the slaves?
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>>893332

quite the interesting fantasy isn't it?
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>>893330
yeah sure just don't blame modern people for crimes they didn't commit.
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>>893275
Jesus Christ it's been 150 years and southerners are still making excuses.
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>>893282
>>893336
>>893332
Holy disingenuous bastards, Batman!

Honestly though, the civil war was for the right to own slaves, not for the slaves themselves.
Don't be dense, anons.
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>>893339

i'm a yank. perhaps you can explain why half a million plus americans killed each other over slaves at a time when everyone was reportedly very racist and backwards?
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>>893338
I'm sure that's why why this bill was passed in the first place and not just virtue signal to a bunch of idiots, right?
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>>893343
I don't know i'm a simple anon.
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>>893341
You do know racism just didn't suddenly stop after the civil war? What's the point you're trying to make.
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>>893341
>The secession of the Southern states (in chronological order, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina) in 1860–61 and the ensuing outbreak of armed hostilities were the culmination of decades of growing sectional friction over slavery. Between 1815 and 1861 the economy of the Northern states was rapidly modernizing and diversifying. Although agriculture—mostly smaller farms that relied on free labor—remained the dominant sector in the North, industrialization had taken root there. Moreover, Northerners had invested heavily in an expansive and varied transportation system that included canals, roads, steamboats, and railroads; in financial industries such as banking and insurance; and in a large communications network that featured inexpensive, widely available newspapers, magazines, and books, along with the telegraph.

>By contrast, the Southern economy was based principally on large farms (plantations) that produced commercial crops such as cotton and that relied on slaves as the main labor force. Rather than invest in factories or railroads as Northerners had done, Southerners invested their money in slaves—even more than in land; by 1860, 84 percent of the capital invested in manufacturing was invested in the free (nonslaveholding) states. Yet, to Southerners, as late as 1860, this appeared to be a sound business decision. The price of cotton, the South’s defining crop, had skyrocketed in the 1850s, and the value of slaves—who were, after all, property—rose commensurately. By 1860 the per capita wealth of Southern whites was twice that of Northerners, and three-fifths of the wealthiest individuals in the country were Southerners.
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>>893348

this does not in itself explain why they would go to war.
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>>893340
>Honestly though, the civil war was for the right to own slaves, not for the slaves themselves.

you missed my point entirely.
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>>893355
There's like 3 posts, don't tell me they're all yours?

Anyways look up the Cornerstone Speech if you don't think the civil war wasn't about slavery and racism in general.
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>>893367
Um,
*if you think
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>>893266
But now the Republicans want to ban that, they also are banning the writing on MLK.
Don't you see the slippery slope and the Republicans censoring history to defend white supremacy?
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>>893124
What was removed were the portions added by House dems in the compromise. This is just a ploy to get the dem senators to come back. Also the OP headline is a blatant lie. teaching those things isn't banned, it just isn't mandatory like how it was in the House bill.
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>>893380
Reminder that all the Dixiecrats became Republican after Kennedy decided to not go along with their bullshit.
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>>893380
I know you're baiting but some of those dumbass conservatives on Twitter actually believe this which is just baffling to me.
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>>893437
I blame red states which don't fund public education.
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>>893374
>Don't you see the slippery slope and the Republicans censoring history to defend white supremacy?

grade-school history and social studies classes are presently just a gag-reel of white atrocities. kids grow up with a guilt-complex and the end result is out-group preference, which is killing us. would it really hurt to take a more positive or at least balanced view of our history? our inventions, our exploration, our culture, our *real* history of independence? these are all things we miss out on because we have to learn about slavery and the holocaust twelve times in a row.
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>>893438
>Video not available
Seems like you need a new black person to hide behind.
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>>893124
>Dozens of mandatory topics reduced and combined during bipartisan senate/house negotiation
Oh no.
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>>893440
So what you want is for history to be white washed and not teach what actually happened. Got it.
>>893442
Again with hiding behind a black person. Also I know conservatives are the party of keeping things the same or traditional but time will still pass and things will change.
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>>893440
Also if learning about the past of America is what's killing us then Americans now are weak bitches.
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>>893447
>So what you want is for history to be white washed and not teach what actually happened. Got it.

that is not at all what i want. the chinese don't burden their children and their race with excessive guilt. no other race on earth does unless (((someone))) else has something to gain from demoralizing them. no, i'm not suggesting we should whitewash history like the chinese do, but don't you see how our skewed perspectives are killing us?
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>>893454
If your children feel guilt for something they didn't do your child's a fucking idiot and you should teach them as a parent that shit people with similarities to them did doesn't make them a bad person and again if this is all it takes to "kill" America shit is deserved for dying over something this dumb.
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>>893458

perhaps guilt and shame are foreign concepts to you.
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>>893459
Yes because I'm not a child or a fucking man child who thinks that just because someone like me did a thing I have to feel bad because we have something in common.
I can now see you're pretending to be dumb so this is over now.
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>>893124
Good all of these activists while they fought for good things were massive pieces of shit
Mlk cheated on his wife
Ceaser Chavez hate undocumented Americans
And Anthony hated abortion
None of these people deserve to be called a moral good
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>>893460
>Yes because I'm not a child or a fucking man child who thinks that just because someone like me did a thing I have to feel bad because we have something in common.

that's clearly the intent of these courses if you bother to look at them. i just don't get it. why do jews do this? they could have been our allies and friends. but the moment they have the upper hand they destroy the minds of several generations of americans. what in the world did we do to them? they couldn't let bygones be bygones? who else is going to put up with them?
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If you can't work out if things are morally good or bad without being indoctrinated, then you're fucking retarded. Raise your fucking kids.
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>>893417
History, well any learning, is not the strong suit of these folks. They cannot even parse out the difference between the name of something and what it actually stood for. Expecting them to track changes in party identity over time is a bridge too far for the uneducated and unintelligent.
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>>893124
Haha
Why don't liberals just homeschool
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>>893330
They still aren't, and the people who think it was bad 100 years ago think it's good and necessary today, just in regards to different people
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>>893124
> Republicans ban the teaching that white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan are “morally wrong"
no they didn't but you lie about everything
>>893330
yes and Republicans want that history taught. But Democrats want to teach that the races shouldn't be equal because equality is racist
>>893343
Fuck you we have had enough threads on this that only actual racists would say this.
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>>893124
It is a sign of cowardice to avoid confronting facts of history. It is a sign of stupidity to avoid finding ways to glorify the country with them.
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>>893367
>>893369
>literally no response after pointing out the fucking obvious

Anyone who tells you the civil war was not about slavery and the preservation of white supremacy is a grifter or uneducated.

>>893869
>Fuck you we have had enough threads on this that only actual racists would say this.
The hell are you talking about?
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>>893440
And Republicans want to censor that. Really makes you think.
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>>893892
censor what specifically? /news/ is weird.
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>>893941
Read the OP.
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>>893985
Seen you all around /news
You are a real schizo, you know.
And please, no. I am not a "nazi docialist". Go get help. No, i mean it. Take some psychopax pls.
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>>893985
Meds.
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>>894043
>>893985
samefag
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>>893124
>Democrats mad Republicans ban teaching about Democrats
Sucks
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>>893884
>The hell are you talking about?
>>885964
only racists keep pretending that isn't happening
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>>893884
>Anyone who tells you the civil war was not about slavery and the preservation of white supremacy is a grifter or uneducated.

Southern states had the legal right to secede. Without this provision few of the states would have willing entered the union. The north used the pretext of secession to invade the south. It was an illegal war.
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>>893266
>kids don't need to hear about it every year until they hate themselves.
How does learning about terrible parts of your country's history make you hate yourself? I've heard this sort of talking point a few times and I can't relate to it in the slightest. I'm white, and I even had relatives on my maternal side who were involved in the KKK, but I never felt like that or the history of the KKK were somehow a reflection of me.
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>>894061
That’s a fascinating tale you lay out there. Unfortunately for your theory it was the south who attacked the north. The war of southern aggression culminated with the defeated attackers reentering the union.
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>>894074
Because the way it's being taught is to make it sound like all white people are Klansmen. That's why they're teaching children that white people are devils
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>>894074
>and I even had relatives who were involved in the KKK
T. Average white democrat
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>>893124
You shouldn't have to teach that anything is morally wrong. If something's morally wrong, you should feel that way when you read about it.
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>>894045
I don't get why Republicans think saying the KKK was democratic is a gotcha to deflect from the fact that KKK is a Republican institution today. It just proves systemic racism is real and justifies the teaching of CRT.
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>>894208
The KKK doesn't exist today
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>>894213
In the hearts and minds of the true Democrats it is still as strong as it was 100 years ago.
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>>894213
Tell that the Republicans who are still pushing their white supremacy ideology full force.
They're even banning teaching about MLK and bringing back Jim Crow laws.
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>>894222
I'd rather have "white supremacy ideology" meaning normal American history, than black supremacy ideology that dehumanizes whites
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>>893124
ITT:
>conservatives wind up swinging crazy legislation at school curriculums, making themselves look more batshit than ever
>online, it's apparently the democrats' fault, or maybe they're the racists being protected, or maybe some other crazy shit, it's hard to tell from the schizophenia-level discourse
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>>894222
Shut up nigger.
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>>894173
Do you have any examples of this? I graduated from high school less than a decade ago and I still can't relate your claims to my personal experiences.
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>>894076
>Unfortunately for your theory it was the south who attacked the north
Are you retarded?
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>>893124
>>The fringe right wing conservative group also eliminated requirements also include the writings of Martin Luther King Jr., United Farm Workers leader Cesar Chavez and suffragist Susan B. Anthony.
Based fringe right wing conservative group
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>>893124
I can't find a single quote where Republicans directly state they wish to "ban the teaching that white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan are 'morally wrong' " huffpost is not a credible news site
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>>893124
>huffpost
$10 says you complain when someone posts thegatewaypundit
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>>894257
>I don’t know shit about history.
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>>894257
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Fort_Sumter?wprov=sfla1
You're either not American or you didn't graduate high school if you don't know this. Hell, I I learned about Fort Sumter in 8th grade.
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>>894308
>>894297
>Following the declaration of secession by South Carolina on December 20, 1860, its authorities demanded that the U.S. Army abandon its facilities in Charleston Harbor.

What authority did the Union government have to continue occupying a military base in South Carolina territory after secession? Again, the secession was used as pretext for the rightly titled War of Northern Aggression.

You may think it was just based on your modern preconceptions regarding the immorality of slavery, but according to the laws at the time South Carolina had every right to secede and tell the Union army to GTFO it's territory.
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>>894336
What “right” did some random mob have to demand the Federal government abandon it’s (the federal government’s) property? None.
They then attacked the federal government. The Civil War, war of southern aggression, was immoral- correct. The immorality was on the “south’s” side.
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>>894226
So you admit it's all about censoring history and pushing white supremacy. Good to know.
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>>894250
>Do you have any examples of this?
Of course not, anon. The common thread among anti-CRT psychopaths is that they get all of their news second-hand through alternative media posts on Facebook. They know absolutely nothing about the topic, the definitions of these terms or what is actually happening in the world besides what Tucker Carlson screams at them every night. The person you're responding to is what happens when far-right propganda over-stimulates a person's fear response to the point of hysteria.
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>>894381
Some of us have kids and family members in schools and listen to them recount anti-white lessons first hand, you degenerate troon.

Kids are effectively being taught that all of the country's problems are caused by white people. "Systemic white supremacy". White men are the new scapegoat. Meanwhile we are also no longer teaching classics because MUH RACISM, so the European cultural influences upon which this country is based on are being erased.

This sort of hyperfocus on negatives of white history and exclusion of positives is unforgivable. You can minimize the pushback all you want, but people are noticing what sort of filth is being taught to their children, regardless of what talking heads on the TV tell them.

The irony about leftists screeching about MUH FOX NEWS is that they're completely blind to the fact that CNN et al are no better, you degenerates simply cannot look past your red vs blue team sports and openly welcome propaganda that confirms your biases.

Kill yourself you fucking bigot.
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>>894381
Do YOU actually know what CRT is? Or what a Critical Theory is? The premise behind CRT is to hone in on any inequality and shoehorn racism as an explanation.

The same way that Marxist Critical Theory explains the same problems through the lens of class warfare (borgeious vs proletariat)

The same way that Feminist Critical Theory explains the same problems through the lens of patriarchal oppression.

All of these theories are effectively interchangeable and unfalsifiable. They are explicitly biased by design, and any primary school lessons derived from them are propaganda. By their nature they do not allow for alternative explanations for their problems, they are one sided tools with limited [questionable] legal applications. Great for propagating bias and indoctrinating little revolutionaries, but completely incompatible with the egalitarian western ideals that progressives claim to stand for.

The vast majority of pro-CRT shills, at least the ones who aren't desperately trying to minimize the issue, are just as ignorant as their opposition, and merely towing their party line, repeating their own leftist flavor of propaganda. Get fucked.
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>>894443
>>894446
cry more bitch.
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>>894471
Case in point. People are starting to see you degenerates for what you are. Don't cry when they come for you with a rope.

Better yet, save them the trouble and join the 41% now, faggot. You'd be doing the world a favor. Especially all the people in your life for whom you are an embarrassing burden.

YWNBAW
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>>894498
no crying here pal. you however...
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>>894446
>Do YOU actually know what CRT is? Or what a Critical Theory is?
Yes I do.

>The premise behind CRT is to hone in on any inequality and shoehorn racism as an explanation
It 100% is not. You really don't have any idea what you're talking about.
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>>894516
From the first line in the wikipedia article:

>is a body of legal scholarship and an academic movement of civil-rights scholars and activists in the United States that seeks to critically examine U.S. law as it intersects with issues of race in the U.S. and to challenge mainstream American liberal approaches to racial justice.[1][2][3][4] CRT examines social, cultural, and legal issues primarily as they relate to race and racism in the United States.[5][6]

Please explain how the framework of CRT allows for any explanation for disparities in equity other than racial discrimination by the majority racial group - i.e. white people. The only possible conclusion within the framing of CRT is that "systemic white supremacy" is the root of all economic and judicial inequities. It's biased by design and I look forward to your contrived "rebuttal".
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>>894471
You will hang with your corporate masters, fascist.
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>>894528
>muh horseshoe theory
lol gtfo, go watch some Prager U or something you fucking dunce.
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>>894250
https://www.fox32chicago.com/news/white-teacher-sues-evanston-skokie-school-district-65-for-alleged-race-based-policies
>Hermann also claims the policy discriminates against her due to its use of a children's book titled "Not My Idea: A Book about Whiteness."
>"When you read through this book, quite frankly it is teaching non-white students to hate, and it is teaching white students to hate themselves," said Hermann.
>"When you have a picture of a white person dressed as a devil, telling the students that whiteness is a bad deal, and telling students that they need to sign away their whiteness, or in the classroom, saying an anti-racist pledge and putting it up on the board to look at every single day, you are telling students that they are either oppressed or the oppressor solely because of their skin color,"
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>>894339
>some random mob
*the representative government of the People of those states
ftfy
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>>893124
>eliminate a requirement
that's not a ban, retard
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>>894628
violent mob attacks people
>b-but they r-represented a s-state government
A violent mob is a violent mob. Does antifa represent the people of the municipality of Portland? Probably. Does that make them legitimate in your eyes?
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>>894652
Antifa wasn't elected
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>>894654
Neither was Jeff Davis. Your logic makes antifa just as legitimate as the “army” of northern Virginia.
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>>894656
https://www.loc.gov/item/today-in-history/november-06/
>On November 6, 1861, Jefferson Davis, who had been elected president of the Provisional Government of the Confederacy on February 9, 1861—as a compromise between moderates and radicals—was confirmed by the voters for a full six-year term.
And of course, the southern states' governments consisted of elected officials regardless.
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>>894661
Oh yeah? Who was his opponent?
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>>894664
Robert Toombs
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>>894666
Now we know you are being disingenuous. The confederates ran a sham election with only one contender.
Antifa AMD that dude down in Chaz were more legitimate than the “confederate army”. The dude in Portland had competition.
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>>894674
>And of course, the southern states' governments consisted of elected officials regardless.
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>>893267
The goal is to stop kids going through a system that teaches kids to hate their country and themselves for actions people in the past did
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>>894715
>Those who refuse to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it

Why are you so against people being taught that bad things did in fact happen to black people in this nation's history?
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>>893124
>Republicans ban the teaching that white supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan are “morally wrong"
> has passed a bill to eliminate a requirement that public schools teach that the Ku Klux Klan and its white supremacist campaign of terror are “morally wrong.”
Okay which one it is because those two statements are completely different.
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>>893124
>“morally wrong.”
That kind of moralist language doesn't belong in a school. A school should be a place for science only, if something cannot be proven (like statements of morality) then it shouldn't be taught.
The truth is that there's no such thing as "morally wrong", only retarded subhumans still cling to universalist metaethics in the 21st century instead of embracing ethical skepticism.
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>>894736
>Why are you so against people being taught that bad things did in fact happen to black people in this nation's history?

Literally no one is advocating for completely removing slavery/jim crow from the curriculum you disingenuous faggot. There's a difference between teaching about what happened and teaching it in a completely biased manner as though racism is the only meaningful contribution that whites have made to society and that whites today must atone for the sins of other people who looked like them in the past.

Kill yourself you fucking degenerate.
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>>894763
>racism is the only meaningful contribution that whites have made to society and that whites today must atone for the sins
Who do you think is advocating that? Just for your information CRT that gets you all riled up specifically does not lay the blame on individuals.
Sounds like you have made up a strawman and are walking away at it.
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>>894746
Children need values, anon. They need culture. If you want to turn children into godless, soulless computation drones, do it with your own.
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>>894764
A race is made up of individuals, when you blame a race the culpability falls on the members of that race.
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>>894764
Hitler didn't lay blame on individuals either when he campaigned against the over-representation of Jews in highly paid white-collar positions. His positive discrimination laws for improved equality in Germany never targeted individuals, always social groups as a whole.
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>>894767
>>894768
CRT also does not “blame a race” for anything. Sorry to bust your narrative.
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>>894777
What's being banned in schools is the blaming of a race, so if that's not CRT then you can stop whining about it.
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>>894707
So you ceded the point, but went back to the motte of
>W-well but the rest were elected anyway
As if that gives them the right to break the law, lmao
You're either being intentionally disingenuous, or you don't know a whole lot about the laws you're arguing about here.

And that's not even starting on how they were "elected" by less than 15% of the population and so any claims of being democratically representative can be discarded summarily.
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History is propaganda at its best writing by those in power to control and alter jour behavior the state has years to teach student how have no choice but to list and obey like slaves. Their is no need for democrats or Republicans we have million of laws freedom is almost non existent imagine. School should teach how to fix a car your plumbing how to run a cash register usful skills.
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>>894785
>So you ceded the point
No, I reiterated the point that you kept ignoring. I've not ceded anything, you asked who Davis opponent was and were answered. But you don't like the answer, or rather you don't like there is an answer, so you moved the goalposts. My initial argument was that the CSA was a representative government, there was no motte and bailey, you just imposed a standard of having an elected president, something I never agreed with.
>As if that gives them the right to break the law, lmao
Secession was not against the law at the time, and after seceding a nation is not bound by another nation's laws. You also don't need the "right" to break the law, you don't ask please when you rebel.
>You're either being intentionally disingenuous, or you don't know a whole lot about the laws you're arguing about here.
projection, the only signs of disingenuous behavior is you moving goalposts, pulling rules out of your ass, and ignoring answers you don't like.

Note that your own argument applies to the USA, since Washington was unopposed in his first election. Like it or not, the CSA was a real nation, not some random mob like how you painted them. No historian would ever characterize the Confederacy as a mob.
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>>894629
Clearly a ban and censorship.
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>>894794
So if we eliminated a requirement for let's say, all bicycles to have a bell, then that means bells are banned from bikes? No, you are just retarded.
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>>894627
I was asking for an example regarding a claim that school curriculum regarding the KKK made white kids hate themselves, which more directly relates to the the main topic of this thread. I respect that you went out of your way to summarize an unrelated story (I guess), but I would be much more interested in something that clarifies the logic behind the specific piece of legislation form Texas that's mentioned in the OP.
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>>894797
Huh, weird how it's the GOP that wants to remove the KKK from the required school curriculum then. It's almost like the GOP shifted it's platform to appeal more to conservative southern whites after the Democratic party started gaining northern progressives during FDR's administration.
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>>894797
>I don't know shit about history
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>>894793
>Like it or not, the CSA was a real nation
"The Confederate States of America (CSA), commonly referred to as the Confederate States or the Confederacy, was an unrecognized breakaway state[1] that existed from February 8, 1861, to May 9, 1865"
"No foreign government ever recognized the Confederacy as an independent country,[1][10][11] although Great Britain and France granted it belligerent status, which allowed Confederate agents to contract with private concerns for arms and other supplies."
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>>894812
The piece of legislation in the OP doesn't prohibit teaching about the kkk. It only removed the requirement to teach about it from the earlier version of the bill. The bill's overall purpose is to prevent the kind of thing outlined in the link I posted. The issue is not that teaching about the kkk is racist, it's that the manner in which things are being taught is racist as evidenced by the way other racial issues are being taught, which is why I referenced the other story.
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>>894851
>was an unrecognized breakaway state
So it was a state.
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>>894856
Insofar as their non-confederate-denominated assets were concerned, it was a customer. Something tells me that the "private concerns" willing to trade with the confederacy weren't so amenable to their printed currency. If they were, they regretted it within 4 years or less.
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>>894856
So, imagine a literal retard walking into a hospital announces, "I'm a doctor!" That's what unrecognized means.
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CRT is nothing more than Marxist BLM strategy to radicalize children through an already Leftist mechanism: the public school system/teacher's unions. Deceptive and has no place in schools.
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>>894865
>I repeat buzzwords I read on gatewaypundit about concepts I don't understand.
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>>894862
None of that is relevant to being a state. Venezuela's currency is worthless and Venezuela is still a state. Some states didn't even have currency at all. And some were extremely short lived.
>>894863
No, imagine someone capable of performing the job of a doctor, in a place where the law says they are a doctor, and the society they live in agrees that they are a doctor, and they could pass any test of skill that applies to a doctor, but the British never awarded them the title of doctor. You're arguing that even calling that person a doctor in any capacity is entirely wrong. Being a state does not require recognition by other states, if it did then there could never have been a first state to recognize any others. For that reason, recognition can not be a universal standard for statehood.
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>>894798
Are the democrats claiming the bells are against Israel? Because the Republicans are trying to cancel an ice cream company for having the audacity to speak out against human right atrocities.
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>>894881
>some irrelevant shit
If you don't have a reply then just don't reply.
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>>894855
>it's that the manner in which things are being taught is racist as evidenced by the way other racial issues are being taught, which is why I referenced the other story.
Do you really know that for certain, though? I don't know what the details of the curriculum were prior to this change, but a story regarding a different subject in a different state doesn't tell me anything about what the original curriculum was in the state of Texas.
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>>894916
The bill isn't about the original curriculum, its a preventative measure.
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>>894763
>Literally no one is advocating for completely removing slavery/jim crow from the curriculum you disingenuous faggot.

So why the fuck are they trying to remove the entire civil rights movement and KKK from the curriculum?
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>>894946
They aren't, they just dropped the requirement from this bill. The removed items were already part of the curriculum and haven't been removed from the curriculum, and such content is decided by the Board of Education, not the legislature. When the bill was in the House, Democrats tacked on a list of things that must be taught because they were wrapped up in the hysteria thinking those things would be prohibited by the bill (they aren't). When it got to the Senate, the Senate Democrats left for DC, so the Republicans removed the tacked on list and returned the responsibility of deciding particular curriculum content to the Board of Education.
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>>894958
Why remove the requirement then if it's not an issue?
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>>894964
Don't know for sure, but I think they're just trying to fuck with the Democrats for breaking the quorum.
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>>894965
>Own the libs by stopping civil rights from being taught in schools
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>>894889
>Can't refute it
>Tries to handwave it instead
That's not how it works
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>>894974
It also reinforces the perception that Republicans are the party of Jim Crow and white supremacists.
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>>893124
Why not pretend the headline "Democrats Reject Teachings of Religious and Racial Justice Leader Dr Martin Luther King Jr. by Insisting on the Incorporation of Race into Every Aspect of Public Policy"
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>>894975
>Says something irrelevant
>Gets told that it's irrelevant
that is how it works
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Its almost as if kids should learn actual subjects of knowledge in school and only concern themselves with political issues when its related to the study of history.
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I was never taught about MLKs dream speech, Cesar Chavez, Susan B Anthony, or the native Americans and I went to the most liberal god damned high school in southern California, and now these schools in Texas are receiving heat because they won't teach it. This is bullshit.
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>>894974
You can teach people civil rights without centering the perpetual plight of niggers, anon. Building an entire curriculum around it is propaganda. And we see it all over out media, news, entertainment, movies, shows. It's dehumanizing, frankly, to force people to atone for sins of others who looked like them. Especially when the solution needs to come entirely from within the black community. Decades of handouts have proven that. Inner city schools aren't actually underfunded, it's just that niggers steal and sell/pawn off anything that isn't bolted down - calculators, tablets, laptops. Or the just break it for fun.

You people are naive. You don't understand how rotten african american culture has become. You are small minded - deliberately refusing to acknowledge this truth, which would otherwise complete your view and change your opinion.

You know...racist.
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>>895046
Inner city sources are nearly impossible to run, because of the irrational, hostile behavior of a small but grossly disproportionate number of niggers. It's not just theft from stores leading to food deserts. It's deserts of functioning government sources as well. The entire system breaks down if there is enough of a mass acting in good faith - no amount of white cultural values (you are, after all, whitewashing ghetto culture) will help them until they adopt them to a much higher degree.

And history, across time and continent, has repeatedly proven that they have difficulty adopting the values that are necessary for a functioning society. Forever blaming white people is a pathetic cope and only forces an undue burden onto whites.
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>>895050

glad you said it.
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>>895009
>Pretends it's irreverent so he can avoid addressing the issue
Really makes you think.
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>>895050
>The entire system breaks down if there is *NOT* enough of a mass acting in good faith

Correction
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>>894977
Has this been in doubt for the last 40 years?
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>>895013
>Its almost as if kids are learning actual subjects of knowledge in school and only concerning themselves with historical political issues when its related to the study of history.
That is what was happening. What are your questions?
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>>895014
>I went to a shit school. Why is Texas trying to have non-shit schools?
Probably because they looked at your district and decided to not be shot.
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>>895046
>You can teach people civil rights without centering the perpetual plight of niggers
You know nobody of any worth read beyond here right? I am glad you are around though. In about 20 years I will have a grandkid. 10 years after that we will talk. He will undoubtedly ask how retarded people were back in 2020/21.
Fortunately, we have your retardation recorded for all time! Thanks for helping future me.
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>>895087
There's far more to history than niggers you fucking retard. They would better benefit from returning to the classics that built the society in which these ungrateful niggers had the opportunity to flourish.

No, not everywhere, but in enough places to show that it's time to stop blaming racism and acknowledge that something internal is wrong with these people.

Instead we're zooming in on slavery and jim crow and teaching children to feel guilty for the past when there genuinely is so much to be proud of. Your purity test is absurd, motived purely by internalized self-bigotry.
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>>895089
>because you are a nigger
That might be true based on his posts.
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>>895092
>You know nobody of any worth read beyond here right?
Speak english when you babble non-arguments
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>>895093
>There's far more to history than niggers
Ohhh. A strawman!
Nobody is only teaching history of black people in k-12 you retard.
>something is wrong
You should have stopped there. You would have been correct.
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>>895095
English
>I cannot read English
Cool story Changw8kd4
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>>895097
That's the entire reason that there's pushback against CRT inspired curriculum. Because CRT by design focuses exclusively on everything supposedly whites have done/are doing to minorities.

Let me put this in a way that you trannies can understand: it's not binary. There's a line of balance and the gradual march especially over the last four years has gone far into unreasonable territory.

"White" people need to spend far more time reading about the good that their ancestors have done, in a way that inspires cooperation and selflessness. We did this for a few decades but you and your pet niggers decided that progress wasn't fast enough and now we're regressing.
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>>895104
>Because CRT by design focuses exclusively on things CRT doesn’t focus on
You are retarded. Learn facts before you post.
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>>895097
Race relations are at the lowest in like 40 years, as reported in studies. How the fuck does that benefit niggers and other minorities, you fucking degenerate? Think about what you're doing with an open mind. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

But a good chunk of you trannies are abstinently refusing to acknowledge this, preferring instead to weaponize your deep seated self-bigotry.

Seethe, cope, dilate.
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>>895106
I already posted the wikipedia definition here, you fucking retard. I guarantee I know more than you do about CRT and the family of Critical Theories. You're relying on shallow summaries from hearsay of others, basically your argument is CRT GOOD.

You are the one who is in need of an education, anon. Or perhaps an open minded view of reality.
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>>895106
Read threads before you post in them, newfag. Or, better yet, go back to r*ddit and start planning on your 41% party.

>>894525
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>>895092
>You know nobody of any worth read beyond here right?

Fuck off chang.
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>>895108
>I read Wikipedia
>I know stuff
I don’t believe you. In your own words describe CRT.
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>>895110
>reeeeeeeeeeeee
Yeah, being called out for retardation triggers you? Good to know.
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>>895112

Read the thread you fucking degenerate. >>894446
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>>895116
Yeah? That post is retarded. Why did you direct me to it?
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>>895118
>Not an argument
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>>894974
They aren't stopping civil rights from being taught in schools. This was already covered in the thread, quit lying.
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>>894975
>whines about ice cream instead of addressing the topic of the discussion
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>>895014
>Texas are receiving heat because they won't teach it
They do teach it, they are receiving heat for letting the board of education do their jobs instead of usurping them.
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>>895121
Correct. You do know how greentext works right?
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>>895179
Civil rights shouldn't be taught in schools anyway. The time could be used to teach kids driving theory, how to do their taxes and practical skills that would benefit them far more.

Of course it is not about benefiting the students, neither is it about making them conscientious citizens, it is about making them more receptive to demagogues and extremists who abuse hysteria over race and racism.

All they need to know about civics is that the state is a malevolent entity and politicians exist to come up with excuses to oppress ordinary people and steal from them and false accusations of racism are one popular excuse used to make black people hate you and support their activities. That the world is not a nice place and the only reason you have any liberties at all is because you pose a threat to them. If you want to make the world a better place you must be actively hostile towards the state and belligerent groups in society, make them fight for every inch, make it hurt.
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>>895188
>we shouldn’t teach history
>making them more receptive to demagogues and extremists
Teaching history is the number one way to make voters less susceptible to demagoguery and extremism. I am guessing you are not good at history and have fallen in love with an extremist demagogue.
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>>895184
>Not an argument
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>>895180
Nothing wrong with laughing at the right wing when their 'meme' blows up in their face.
We can get back to talking about how Republicans are white supremacists and groups like the Federalist society are just the KKK without the hoods.
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>>895253
You haven't made a real argument because you can't. Dropping a requirement from a bill isn't a ban or censorship.
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>>895254
How is it not a ban?
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>>895255
because teachers can still teach it
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>>895250
Correct.
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>>895257
Not when the legislators decides that teaching about white supremacy falls under CTR. Which they're also banning.
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>>895266
>Not an argument
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>>895267
No they aren't. You must've misread the bill.
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>>895267
[citation needed]
The bill is very specific about what is banned. You can't teach that one race is inferior to the other, you can't teach that one race deserves to be discriminated against, etc. And Democrats hate that law for some reason.
the law doesn't even mention CRT so see the pic in >>885964 because that's what you're doing now
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>>895271
>>895270
Why are you both trying to gaslight?
https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/equality/558927-texas-passes-law-banning-critical-race-theory-in-schools
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>>895273
Read the bill instead of being told what it says by the very people aiming to spread the racism the bill prevents.
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>>895271
https://www.texastribune.org/2021/06/15/abbott-critical-race-theory-law/
> Gov. Greg Abbott has signed the controversial bill that prescribes how Texas teachers can talk about current events and America’s history of racism in the classroom, according to Texas Legislature Online. His signature makes Texas one of a handful of states across the country that have passed such legislation, which aims to ban the teaching of “critical race theory” in K-12 public school classrooms.
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>>895273
>I'm such a fucking brainlet I can't even click over to another thread to open the picture.
sigh. Here:

Republicans: We're going to stop forcing taxpayers to fund Critical Race Theory in public schools
Democrats: Why?
Republicans: Because CRT promotes the idea that some races are inherently superior to others, that some races are inherently racist or oppressive, that some races should be discriminated against or recieve adverse treatment, and that individuals of certain races should feel guilty due to their race.
Democrats: But that's not CRT! That has nothing to do with CRT!
Republicans: Okay then we won't stop teachers from teaching CRT. Instead we'll just prevent taxper-funded public schools from promoting the idea that some races are inherently superior to others, that some races are inherently racist or oppressive, that some races should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment, and that individuals of certain races should feel guilty due to their race.
Democrats: You can't do that! That means you're banning Critical Race Theory!!!!

now fuck off
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>>895273
Please define CRT and demonstrate that the bill bans CRT as defined.
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>>895275
Now go cite the bill. Quote the part where it says "critical race theory." Otherwise see >>895277
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>>895278
>>895279
>>895274
Why are you resorting to sea lioning after it's confirmed that Republicans are banning CRT?
>>895275
>>895273

Also why should I define the law, when the guy who signed it into law said it was designed to abolish CRT?
https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article252286918.html
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>>895283
Now go cite the bill. Quote the part where it says "critical race theory." Otherwise see >>895277
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>>895283
You said
>Not when the legislators decides that teaching about white supremacy falls under CTR
The bill doesn't prohibit teaching about white supremacy.
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>>895285
>>895287
>“House Bill 3979 is a strong move to abolish critical race theory in Texas, but more must be done,” Abbott said in a statement. “The issue will be added to a special session agenda.”
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>>895288
Now go cite the bill. Quote the part where it says "critical race theory." Otherwise see >>895277
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>>895279
The article I posted “cites the bill”, that is why I used it.
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>>895288
The bill doesn't prohibit teaching about white supremacy. You said it does, but it doesn't. You lied.
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>>895291
Yes it does, why are resorting to gaslighting now?
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>>895290
Quote the part where it says "critical race theory." Otherwise see >>895277
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>>895289
>bill must say CRT
Seems that the politicians in Austin are smarter than you and know CRT was not being taught in k-12.
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>>895292
Cite the part that bans teaching about white supremacy. About white supremacy. Not just teaching racial supremacy, that is indeed banned. But teaching about? Not banned by the bill.
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>>895295
They try and pull the same dishonest tactic to deny that dixiecrats all joined the Republicans after the Civil Rights Act passed by claiming because we can't name every Dixiecrat, it couldn't have happened.
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>>895295
>CRT was not being taught in k-12.
And now it never will be thanks to the bill. Youd don't mind right, since it wasn't being taught anyway?
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>>895296
Yes it is, read the OP in how Republicans are banning it.
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Republicans in Texas sure like banning stuff they personally disagree with.
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/ben-jerrys-ice-cream-palestinian-support-texas-boycott_n_60fa5a11e4b0ddf0097d7b6b
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>>895300
The OP is lying. That was already pointed out. Dropping a requirement from the bill isn't a ban. Prove me wrong by citing the part of the bill that bans teaching about white supremacy. Keyword there is 'about', don't skip it.
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>>895292
>>895295
https://i.imgur.com/dmYSWQD.png
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>>895306
>Expecting us to click on your virus link
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>>895295
>The bill is banning CRT!
can you show me what part of the bill bans CRT?
>Oh so now the bill must say that it's banning CRT?
again, see >>895277 you lying racist shill
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>>895305
>Prove me wrong
>>893124
You're intentionally distorting the OP.
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>>895310
>imgur is a virus
you clicked the link, realize you have no response, and have now reached the shitposting phase of shilling that you do in every thread when you realize you got BTFO
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>>895316
>Being this furious I didn't click your virus link.
Care to try again? Maybe in ASCII this time.
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>>895312
See
https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article252286918.html
Abbott specially mentions CRT.
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>>895315
You can't cite what you claim because your claim is false. OP calling it a ban is a lie.
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>>895319
I'll sum it up for you anon. What part of the bill prevents teachers from teaching about the civil rights movement and slavery?
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>>895322
But that's clearly a lie on your part.
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>>895324
Why would a virus link ask a question?
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>>895325
So cite the part of the bill and prove it.
>>895328
It's not a virus, retard.
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>>895321
can you show me what part of the bill bans CRT?
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>>895329
>>895330
https://www.star-telegram.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article252286918.html
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>>895329
It's clearly a virus, why would you try and pull that on /news/ otherwise?
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https://cbsaustin.com/news/local/historians-parents-say-texas-bill-limiting-instruction-about-race-and-current-events-hurt
>Rep. Steve Toth, R-The Woodlands, author of HB-3979, argues the bill will prevent teachers from instructing students about “critical race theory.”
Straight from the guy who authored the bill with what the intentions of it are.
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>>895332
The bill anon, the bill. Cite the section of the bill that bans teaching about white supremacy. The part that bans teaching about slavery and the civil rights movement. No more bullshit, if you can't cite the bill itself instead of hiding behind biased news articles, then you are conceding that the bill does not ban those things.
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>>895335
And what did Steve Toth mean by critical race theory? What does the bill actually ban? Feel free to quote the bill and show what exactly it prohibits.
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>>895336
I'll cite the guy saying he wants it bans, and the guy who signed it into law saying it's banned.
>>895335
>>895332
>>895337
I reject your your cherry picked goalpost moves. If you got a problem with it, ask Steve Toth since he made it 100% clear the law is designed to ban CRT.
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>>895335
>>895332
can you show me what part of the bill bans CRT?
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>>895336
>hiding behind biased news articles,
That's all they have.
These journalists could piss on their legs in a drought and write an article saying it's raining and they'd be happy the droughts over
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>>895338
100% designed to ban CRT as defined by Steve Toth. Not your definition, you aren't him. Judging by the bill he wrote, he means banning racist teaching in schools. That's what you're taking issue with, not some academic definition, his bill and his definition.
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>>895338
>>895321
>>895328
>>895319
>>895295
>>895290
>>895288
so the answer is "no" you can't cite any part of the bill that bans CRT or that bans teaching the history of white supremacy.
/thread
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>>895345
>>895343
>>895340
So you're just going to ignore the word of the guy who actually wrote the bill and the fact he says the bill he wrote is designed ban CRT and maintain your ultra cherry pick approach instead to ignore this damning evidence.
Okay.
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>>895348
I'm not cherry picking by pointing out that Toth's definition of CRT is not what you seem to think it is. You're cherry picking by ignoring the context of how Toth and other politicians use the term CRT and focusing on quotes without the greater context. The bill isn't about your theory, its about preventing the teaching of anti-white racism in schools. If you really care about CRT then you should be livid at teachers disguising their racism as your theory, but instead you are seeking to defend them.
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Someone can claim that unicorns exist and then pass a bill in legislation but that in no way means that the new bill teaches the existence of unicorns

Cite the line from the bill that supports your argument or you are a demonstrable sorry ass shill
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>>895351
So you're calling Toth a lying, interesting. I want you to ask him what he thinks CTR is and get back to us with with response.
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>>895355
Let's just look at the bill he wrote and see what it bans. Since you and him both agree that the bill bans CRT, whatever the bill bans must be what he defines as CRT.
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>>895332
>>895321
>>895295
Hey, sorry anon, this is clearly some sort of misunderstand, you're obviously working in good faith here, not like some disingenuous tranny shill, so let me clarify:

Can you point to the text in the bill which bans CRT?
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>>895351
>teachers disguising their racism as your theory
Teachers don’t claim to use CRT. Far right talking heads made that up and fed it to you - you, of course, took the bait like the sheep you are.
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>>895355
Why don't you do it yourself, you entitled little cunt? He's not one of your house niggers.
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>>895358
Kek
I laughed at this post.
I rate it 9/11
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>>895360
Why should I do YOUR work? You're the one accusing him of lying about CRT.
Going into a racist tirade doesn't help your case.
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>>895359
There are teachers teaching racism as truth. You don't like what they do being called CRT? Fine, the bill doesn't call it CRT either so stop whining about the bill. Instead support it since it helps separate the term CRT from the racist teaching by not using the term CRT at all. If every time one of these threads happened, you said "let's call it anti-white racism and ban that from schools instead of using the poorer and vaguer term 'CRT'" then people would agree with you. Instead you give a spiel about how its not "real" CRT, but somehow you also think the bill bans "real" CRT.
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Just stop engaging this shill
He has nothing and he knows it.
His job is to slide the election fraud discussion and racist crt education seems to be a good foil
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>>895359
Teachers in primary school also don't claim to teach "Evolutionary Biology" (the field of study) either, but they're teaching about it's tenets when they teach about evolution.

And in truth it doesn't even matter what they officially believe/claim their inspiration is, the curriculum itself is toxic, because of it's hyperfocus on the negative experience of 10% of the population and mandated guilt instilled in white children. Rather than teaching something inspirational you exclusively give them an extremely demoralizing, dehumanizing perspective to handicap them so that your infantalized pet niggers have a chance to catch up.

Even if it isn't explicitly influenced by CRT, it is a distillation of the implications of a quack field of study which exclusively seeks out to find how majority racism (i.e. white people) is responsible for every inequity. It's divisive, agendad propaganda, and progressives (not the useful idiots in this thread) are terrified that it's getting this much pushback while niggers and spics are still a (growing) minority.
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>>895362
I'm not one of your house niggers either, you spoiled little piece of shit. This is the internet, not your daddy's plantation. You do your work yourself.
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>>895409
>hyperfocus on the negative experience of 10% of the population and mandated guilt instilled in white children
>while niggers and spics are still a (growing) minority.
Seems like the schools are failing to “indoctrinate” 12 year olds like you anon. Shouldn’t be much to worry about at all it appears.
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>>895418
>Not an argument
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>>895420
Oh it was, you just don’t comprehend it.
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>>895421
>Not an argument
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>>895061
>makes you think.
It really should, because as anon pointed out, it is irrelevant.
I don't know if it was irreverent though.
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>>895418
Have a look and see how shills are working overtime. They slip up and reveal themselves by using the same phrases. They are paid to engage you and you keep fucking falling for it. They are trying to slide election fraud threads.
Ignore them.

https://archive.nyafuu.org/news/search/text/friendly%20reminder%20that%20if%20you%20find%20yourself%20screeching%20about%20CRT%20/>>895360
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>>894628
So if the slave rebelled and seized Mississippi as a new black republic and demanded all whites leave or be shot, you would leave because they declared themselves a separate nation? I mean since you think it's a pure right it's only fair. I'm sure the South would respect that completely.
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>>894746
Spoken like a moron who doesn't understand a single thing about society. As if you'd have the balls to practice this. Go tell your kids that they can do as they please and anything you say is a suggestion. Go and do it. I dare you.
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>>893124
>In a new political low in Texas
I wonder who was behind this post.
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>>894928
OP's story states that it removes requirements regarding a few historical figures and groups from the curriculum, which kinda implies that it does change the original curriculum rather than being a simple preventative measure.
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>>896093
>legitimate shills calling normal people shills
4chan at its best
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>>896343
I would recognize them as a nation. That does not mean I would obey their demands, criminals recognize the existence of states while still breaking laws. I don't know what you mean by pure right. The CSA was a nation, the USA was and is a nation, and they went to war, as many nations have and do. The need you feel to cast the CSA as illegitimate just demonstrates an authoritarian mindset, clearly you can't except that two nations went to war because you think one has to be entirely right and have authority and one has to be entirely wrong and have no authority.
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>>896361
OP's story is misleading. The curriculum is set by the board of education, which will continue to require teaching about the material dropped from the bill, as they have for years. The bill does not set the whole curriculum.
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>>896368
It’s amusing when people who don’t know the difference between the terms: countries, nations, and states debate each other.
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>>896368
How can you demand rights or the respect of those rights when you don't respect rights in your borders? Also since the South started the war and lost, how is it an issue? You act like there was a single leg for the CSA to stand on. The Union had a right to go to war and the South can go fuck itself. Be thankful you stayed part of a real nation and did get the chance to fuck yourselves into becoming Yugoslavia.
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Sec. 21.4555. CIVICS TRAINING PROGRAM. (a) To facilitate
the teaching of curriculum consistent with Sections 28.002(h-2) and
28.0022, the commissioner shall develop and make available civics
training programs for teachers and administrators.
(b) A civics training program developed under this section
must include training in:
(1) the essential knowledge and skills for the social
studies curriculum related to civic knowledge adopted under Section
28.002(h-2);
(2) guided classroom discussion of current events, as
appropriate for the grade level and consistent with the
restrictions under Section 28.0022;
(3) classroom simulations and models of governmental
and democratic processes consistent with the requirements and
restrictions of Sections 28.002(h-2) and 28.0022;
(4) media literacy, including instruction on
verifying information and sources, identifying and responding to
logical fallacies, and identifying propaganda, as appropriate for
the grade level and consistent with the restrictions under Section
28.0022; and
(5) strategies for incorporating civics instruction
into subject areas other than social studies.
(c) The commissioner by rule shall establish the grade
levels at which a teacher provides instruction to be eligible to
participate in a civics training program. In making the
determination, the commissioner shall include grade levels for
which the State Board of Education makes significant revisions to
the essential knowledge and skills for the social studies
curriculum under Section 28.002(h-2).
(d) Each civics training program developed under Subsection
(a) must be reviewed and approved by the State Board of Education.
The board shall annually review each program.
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>>896439
(e) Each school district and open-enrollment charter school
shall ensure that each district or school campus that offers a grade
level described by Subsection (c) has at least one teacher and one
principal or campus instructional leader who has attended a civics
training program. The agency shall provide assistance to school
districts and open-enrollment charter schools in complying with the
requirements of this subsection.
(f) From funds available for that purpose, a teacher who
attends a civics training program may receive a stipend in an amount
determined by the commissioner. A stipend received under this
section is not included in determining whether a district is paying
the teacher the minimum monthly salary under Section 21.402.
(g) The commissioner may delay implementation of Subsection
(e) to a school year not later than the 2025-2026 school year if the
revision of the essential knowledge and skills for the social
studies curriculum under Section 28.002(h-2) or the availability of
civics training programs does not occur in a manner that reasonably
affords public schools the ability to comply with that subsection
by an earlier school year. This subsection expires September 1,
2026.
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>>896439
>media literacy, including instruction on
>verifying information and sources, identifying and responding to
>logical fallacies, and identifying propaganda
The end of the far right is written into law..
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>>896441
(h-2) In adopting the essential knowledge and skills for the
social studies curriculum for each grade level from kindergarten
through grade 12, the State Board of Education shall adopt
essential knowledge and skills that develop each student's civic
knowledge, including:
(1) an understanding of:
(A) the fundamental moral, political,
entrepreneurial, and intellectual foundations of the American
experiment in self-government;
(B) the history, qualities, traditions, and
features of civic engagement in the United States;
(C) the structure, function, and processes of
government institutions at the federal, state, and local levels;
(D) the founding documents of the United States,
including:
(i) the Declaration of Independence;
(ii) the United States Constitution;
(iii) the Federalist Papers, including
Essays 10 and 51;
(iv) excerpts from Alexis de Tocqueville's
Democracy in America;
(v) the transcript of the first
Lincoln-Douglas debate; and
(vi) the writings of the founding fathers
of the United States; and
(E) the history and importance of:
(i) the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 (42
U.S.C. Section 2000a et seq.);
(ii) the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and
Nineteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution;
(iii) the complexity of the historic
relationship between Texas and Mexico; and
(iv) the diversity of the Hispanic
population in Texas;
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>>896444 (czecked!)
(2) the ability to:
(A) analyze and determine the reliability of
information sources;
(B) formulate and articulate reasoned positions;
(C) understand the manner in which local, state,
and federal government works and operates through the use of
simulations and models of governmental and democratic processes;
(D) actively listen and engage in civil
discourse, including discourse with those with different
viewpoints;
(E) responsibly participate as a citizen in a
constitutional democracy; and
(F) effectively engage with governmental
institutions at the local, state, and federal levels; and
(3) an appreciation of:
(A) the importance and responsibility of
participating in civic life;
(B) a commitment to the United States and its
form of government; and
(C) a commitment to free speech and civil
discourse.
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>>896443
Funny, I was thinking the same about the left.
Horseshoe theory is real.
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>>896435
Country, state, nation, whatever, it wasn't a random mob.

>>896437
>How can you demand rights or the respect of those rights when you don't respect rights in your borders?
What are you even talking about? This isn't about rights, its about whether the CSA was a "random mob" or a state.
>Also since the South started the war and lost, how is it an issue?
Its an issue of fact. The CSA was not a random mob. Why do you need them to be a random mob?
>You act like there was a single leg for the CSA to stand on.
The leg is that the CSA was a state. This isn't about reasons for the war, its about if the CSA was a state or not.
>The Union had a right to go to war and the South can go fuck itself. Be thankful you stayed part of a real nation and did get the chance to fuck yourselves into becoming Yugoslavia.
All of that is completely irrelevant to whether the CSA was a state or a random mob.
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>>896470
>Country, state, nation, whatever, it wasn't a random mob
A nation can 100% be a random mob. Which is why your post made me chuckle.
I don’t care about y’all re-litigating the southern states’ secession for the 100,000th time on the internet. Have at it.
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>>896371
Okay, if the bill has no effect on the curriculum, how is it even able to serve as a preventative measure like you claimed in your previous post?
Your description of its impact on the curriculum, or lack thereof, makes it sound like a purely symbolic measure.
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>>896509
I didn't say it has no effect on the curriculum, I said that it doesn't set the whole curriculum. The content now dropped from the bill is not prohibited by the bill, and can still be taught. What cannot be taught is that racism is true, and preventing that from being taught is the purpose of the bill. The board of education is free to require any material they want, as long as it isn't racist material.
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>>896532
>What cannot be taught is that racism is true, and preventing that from being taught is the purpose of the bill.
How does the bill prevent racism from being taught? What does it consider racist?
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>>894868
>if i cant understand a post then the post is not understandable
everytime
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>>896538
To sum it up, teachers cannot be compelled to train in programs that present race stereotyping or blame on the basis of race, and they cannot teach that one race is superior to others, teach that an individual is inherently racist due to their race, teach that individuals should be discriminated against due to their race, that individuals cannot/should not be color blind, that race is tied to moral character, that an individual is responsible for other individuals' actions because they are the same race, that meritocracy is racist, and that slavery was the true foundation of the USA. Also, when discussing a controversial current event teachers are not supposed to show deference to one position, and they may not reward student political activism with grades or credit.
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>>893124
Dumb fuck
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>>894815
Ah yes, the destruction of social cohesion, creating riots and disorder, how progressive.
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>>896706
>destruction of social cohesion
I thought y’all were done talking about the traitors in the south UB the 1860s.
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>>895358
>>896546
And this is how CTR and teaching about white supremacy is banned. You can see the right wing shills on /news/ pushing the intellectually dishonest argument that because it doesn't ban CRT by exact name, it's not banned.
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>>895549
It's pretty relevant no matter how much you say otherwise.
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>>896943
You're pushing the intellectually dishonest point that banning teaching collective guilt of having a certain skin color is the same as banning CRT
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>>897030
Says the guy who can only push strawman arguments since the people who are pushing the laws to ban CRT have said it's designed to ban CRT no matter how much you try and move the goalposts.
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>>896943
So you're saying CRT is the things that are banned? Things like an individual is inherently racist due to their race and that race is tied to moral character.
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WARNING! This thread may attract leftist shills. The leftists on /news/ are not the same as leftists on other boards; these shills are not from 4chan and they do not understand how 4chan works. Their goal is to derail threads and waste your time. They do this by:
1) Making bad-faith arguments
2) Making baseless claims without sources, which they keep repeating even after you point out that they don't have sources
3) Posting a non-source, then playing dumb when you ask them how the source supports their claim
4) Denying objective facts, no matter how many times you show them sources.
5) Claiming that your source is invalid, even if the source is direct video evidence or other primary source. They will deny a quote even if you link directly to a verified twitter profile with that quote. They will deny something happened even if there are multiple videos of it happening.
6) Pretending to be illiterate.
7) Using sarcasm and shitposting in a lame attempt to seem smart and above it all.
8) When all else fails, simply insulting you.

They will do this over and over and over again in every thread. This results in frustrating wastes of time as you can spend 100 comments where you dig up sources and refute arguments, while they just keep going around in circles. Then they do it again in the next thread.
The only solution is to IGNORE THE SHILLS. Do not engage them. Do not acknowledge them. They cannot be reasoned with, their only goal is to troll you and waste your time. Stop feeding the shills.
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>>897665
Nice pasta there R*ddit but you need to go back.
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>>897665
>/pol/ppet damage control
It's funny because the shills from /pol/ are already trying to slide threads on /news/, but fail because of how slow moving things are here.
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>>897563
>You're
It's the people forcing through the law that say it's banned, because that's the objective of the bill.
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>>898125
If the bill bans a list of things, and CRT is not included in that list (by name or otherwise), then it doesn't matter if the author says he's banning CRT, because he's not. Which of the things banned by the bill is CRT? And I thought CRT wasn't being taught in K-12 anyway?
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I'm going to have to take the word of the people who are passing the bill that it's going to ban critical race theory over some guy on the internet who claims otherwise.
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>>898357
Do you also take their word that critical race theory is what they say it is? Because if you aren't then there's obviously a problem with believing they are banning it.
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>Everything is not what it says, so it's okay to ban it.
This is a new tactic for justifying censorship
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>>896943
>Teachers should not teach that races should be blamed or hated
>And this is how CTR and teaching about white supremacy is banned
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>>899194
>White supremacy is all about how races are blamed and hated
>WHY ARE YOU SAYING REPUBLICANS BANNED TEACHING ABOUT WHITE SUPREMACY?
There's this ongoing dishonest theme that /pol/ is pushing in this thread that teaching something means you condone it. Fun fact, we teach about the Nazis, and the civilized world knows they're evil still.
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>>899195
You must be so retarded if you don't see the difference between teaching about white supremacy and teaching the students they should believe what white supremacists believe.

Teaching about WW2 and Hitler wouldn't be banned just because you're not supposed to teach the students that Hitler was right and the holocaust was wonderful.
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>>899195
>There's this ongoing dishonest theme that /pol/ is pushing in this thread that teaching something means you condone it

Jesus christ the gaslighting. The dishonesty is on the part of desperate trannies with this strawman that republicans are trying to ban teaching of subjects.

There's a difference between teaching about something neutrally as part of a curriculum vs building an entire curriculum around the eternal plight of niggers and framing all of history as though slavery and jim crow are center of the fucking universe.

There's a difference between teaching about the evils of slavery and jim crow vs using them as a tool to instill some sort of guilt into anyone with white skin (the vast majority of us whites are not descended from slave owners) as a form of control.

Kill yourself you fucking degenerate. There is no honesty in the progressive platform, it is based in denial of reality and gaslighting. Just like you deny that YWNBAW.
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>>899195
There's a difference between teaching about the evils of jim crow and slavery vs stacking the curriculum to insinuate that white people are evil and their only contributions to history have been slavery and colonialism. Dilate.
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>>899212
>The dishonesty is on the part of desperate trannies with this strawman that republicans are trying to ban teaching of subjects.
Republicans rely on racial anxiety and culture war issues to win elections. Trump shifted their playbook from a mixture of christian evangelical pandering and small government policy to hardcore hypernationalist populism. Educating children on the history of America and its legacy of white supremacy reduces the chances that they support conservative ideology - therefore conservatives don't want it taught. It really isn't any more complicated than that. If I were a conservative I probably wouldn't want the future generation of children finding out in school that my worldview is ignorant and dogshit either. Conservatives try to mask this very obvious ploy with some narrative about how CRT teaches children to hate white people but in my literal dozens of conversations and hours spent researching this on the internet I've never found a shred of any CRT curriculum or material that demonstrated this. Higher levels of education correlate with a statistically reduced chance of being a conservative so conservatives don't like education. The higher IQ you are the more like you are to lean to the left so conservatives want to keep people's IQ low. It isn't any more complicated than that.
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>>899224
That other poster had a point and you've helped make it
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>>899195
The difference between teaching hate vs teaching about hate seems lost on you. Not really though, you just want to teach hate but won't admit it.
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>>899233
Care to elaborate or was the all the argument you had in you?
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>>899224
>Republicans rely on racial anxiety and culture war issues to win elections

The entire progressive platform is WHITE MAN BAD and WHITE CULTURE EVIL you oblivious retard. Anything the republicans have done has been completely reactionary to an explicit, overt culture war against the US culture and values that progressives insist are "white supremacist" because niggers can't into civilization. Open your fucking eyes you fucking degenerate.

The rest of your wall of text only demonstrates that you are SWIMMING in progressive propaganda and like a good little college educated midwit you have no idea. Useful fucking idiot.
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>>899224
>hardcore hypernationalist populism

Limited immigration and secure borders are not hypernationalism you insufferable moron. The US has some of the most lax immigration and border policies in the world. You're completely fucking brainwashed.

>Educating children on the history of America and its legacy of white supremacy
White culture built the US and pretending otherwise is desperate cope by insecure cretins who are incapable of succeeding on merit but cannot suppress their petty, jealous rage that others are more successful than they are. How fucking small minded do you need to be to unironically look at US history and exclusively see oppression and evil? It's tragic that the good faith upon which this system was built has been abused to brainwash multiple generation of children into believing this ignorant, hyper-partisan trash about how evil the US is. Meanwhile brown people from literally all over the world are still flocking to this country that is just SO BAD to them. Fucking kill yourself. Dimwits like yourself are destroying this country from within and happily shilling for your media masters. Get that boot out of your mouth faggot retard.
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>>899337
>>Educating children...
>Long, rambling, partially coherent diatribe about accepting the good with the bad, somehow maintaining a tiny, positive focus in a cloud of unfortunate racism.
Well, here we go!
>White culture built the US and pretending otherwise is desperate cope by insecure cretins
Sure, but you'll have to be a little more specific. Lots of folks who are considered "white" today were not always so happy with how Anglo-saxon protestants treated them, especially in this country.
>but cannot suppress their petty, jealous rage that others are more successful than they are
Might've had more to do with all the lynchings, beatings, robberies, eminent-domain seizures, redlining practices, racial covenant requirements in housing developments in order for federal home loans to be made available, restriction from use of GI bill benefits... Well, I guess you don't really care about any of those things anyway.
>How fucking small minded do you need to be to unironically look at US history and exclusively see oppression and evil?
About as small minded as you need to be for such a statement to make any sense. Not even CRT describes history like that, but you probably have other thoughts about that.
>It's tragic that the good faith upon which this system was built has been abused to brainwash multiple generation of children into believing this ignorant, hyper-partisan trash about how evil the US is.
All you've gotta do is swap the word "evil" for "perfect", and presto:
>It's tragic that the good faith upon which this system was built has been abused to brainwash multiple generation of children into believing this ignorant, hyper-partisan trash about how perfect the US is.
Incredible! It looks just as silly! Could this be? Could it be that BOTH ways of framing the US's treatment of minorities are unrealistic?
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>>899345
>Not even CRT describes history like that, but you probably have other thoughts about that.

Tell me you don't know what CRT is without telling me you don't know what CRT is. CRT is a critical theory. The explicit point is to look at everything "wrong" with a system and blame it on racial hierarchy. Everything else you wrote is just as ignorant and small minded.
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>>899368
>The explicit point is to look at everything "wrong" with a system and blame it on racial hierarchy.
We got one! Trigger me timbers.
Well, I guess the sealioning starts now, huh?
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>>899332
>The entire progressive platform is WHITE MAN BAD and WHITE CULTURE EVIL

I didn't know free Healthcare, free community College, and raising the minimum wage was such a threat to the white man.

You fucking brainwashed corporate toad.
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>>899345
>Might've had more to do with all the lynchings, beatings, robberies, eminent-domain seizures, redlining practices, racial covenant requirements in housing developments in order for federal home loans to be made available, restriction from use of GI bill benefits... Well, I guess you don't really care about any of those things anyway.

Do you know what happened when Obama tried to undo so called "redlining" policies (which were accurate assesments of risk)? The 2008 housing crisis, when millions of niggers who had no business taking on mortgages went into default. This is what happens when you simply deny reality in pursuit of an unattainable utopia.

>Sure, but you'll have to be a little more specific.
The European culture, classics, that is now "racist" to teach in college and primary school.

>Incredible! It looks just as silly! Could this be? Could it be that BOTH ways of framing the US's treatment of minorities are unrealistic?
Are you fucking retarded? No one was being taught that the US system was perfect. One of the core tenets of civics was that the system was built to change. You see what you want to see.

>Might've had more to do with all the lynchings, beatings, robberies, eminent-domain seizures, redlining practices... Well, I guess you don't really care about any of those things anyway.

This is the point. People like you unironically believe that this is all there is to US history and practically all that should be taught in schools.

>Lots of folks who are considered "white" today were...with how Anglo-saxon protestants treated them, especially in this country.
Doesn't matter so long as the same people teaching CRT inspired dogma in primary school are also using deliberately loaded concepts like "white" privilege.

>a tiny, positive focus in a cloud of unfortunate racism.
The point is that there is a balance and progressives have gone off the rails.
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>>899371
>I didn't know free Healthcare, free community College, and raising the minimum wage was such a threat to the white man.

you can have all of that without blaming literally all of society's ills on "white supremacy" and "institutional racism" and "white privilege" you dishonest faggot. Progressives justify all of their positions as social obligations that white people have to pay for because of bad things that other whites did in the past. It's pure racism and, to the original point, it's all based on the "racial anxiety" that the other poster accused republicans of exploiting. Get the fuck out of here wit that shit. All of this race bullshit is coming from progressives because they decided that race blindness wasn't enough.
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>>899390
>I am in denial about the state of America

We just had a pack of white supremacists attack the capital.
Inb4 you say they where not, the pictures of confederate flags and the testimony of officers that where there would beg to disagree.
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>>899387
https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Gish_Gallop
>"The Gish Gallop is the fallacious debate tactic of drowning your opponent in a flood of individually-weak arguments in order to prevent rebuttal of the whole argument collection without great effort. The Gish Gallop is a conveyor belt-fed version of the on the spot fallacy, as it's unreasonable for anyone to have a well-composed answer immediately available to every argument present in the Gallop. The Gish Gallop is named after creationist Duane Gish, who often abused it."

>Do you know what happened when Obama tried to undo so called "redlining" policies... 2008 housing crisis
Did you know he wasn't president until January of 2009? The rest of your post is equally foolish, but you go ahead and posture like you're not being silly.
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>>893124
Based
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>>899198
>>899212
>>899214
>>899240
All you're using is semantics to try and defend banning the teach of white supremacy and allow hate to thrive because you want to make sure no one can identify it.
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>>899513
People don't need a class to know what hate is, dumbass. You want to "teach" people to not understand simple shit and believe your nonsensical brainwashing.
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>>899406
Yes, you're right, I was responding to his gish gallop. Fucking midwit retard. >>899345
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>>897665
WARNING! This thread may attract rightoid shills. The rightoid on /news/ are not the same as rightoid on other boards; these shills are not from 4chan and they do not understand how 4chan works. Their goal is to derail threads and waste your time. They do this by:
1) Making bad-faith arguments
2) Making baseless claims without sources, which they keep repeating even after you point out that they don't have sources
3) Posting a non-source, then playing dumb when you ask them how the source supports their claim
4) Denying objective facts, no matter how many times you show them sources.
5) Claiming that your source is invalid, even if the source is direct video evidence or other primary source. They will deny a quote even if you link directly to a verified twitter profile with that quote. They will deny something happened even if there are multiple videos of it happening.
6) Pretending to be illiterate.
7) Using sarcasm and shitposting in a lame attempt to seem smart and above it all.
8) When all else fails, simply insulting you.

They will do this over and over and over again in every thread. This results in frustrating wastes of time as you can spend 100 comments where you dig up sources and refute arguments, while they just keep going around in circles. Then they do it again in the next thread.
The only solution is to IGNORE THE SHILLS. Do not engage them. Do not acknowledge them. They cannot be reasoned with, their only goal is to troll you and waste your time. Stop feeding the shills.
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>>900765
>TheLeftCantMeme.jpg
you can't even get past the subject of the thread without a leftist lie that you keep lying about
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>>900765
This is literally a copypasta from /pol/, why do (you) even interact with that containment board?
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people will say shit like this >>895046 and >>895050 implying that that blacks as a whole is bad without a second thought or any logical reasoning, but heaven forbid people point out that a good amount of white people were racist in American history because it makes every white people look bad
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>>900835
If blacks want reparations for all the bad whites, imagine how much whites would get from blacks for all the criminals lmao
>"Yeah, so we crunched the numbers, and after factoring in all the stolen bikes and robbed stores, you actually owe whites 8 trillion dollars"
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>>897665
Finally got around to generalizing it:

WARNING! This thread may attract shills. The shills on /news/ are the same as on other boards. These shills are from the internet and they understand how 4chan works. Their goal is to generate the impression of greater numbers and deepen whatever partisan tendencies they can, and they definitely come from both Pubs and Crats:
1) Making bad-faith arguments.
2) Making baseless claims with or without sources, which they keep repeating even after you've provided a verifiable source for disproof.
3) Posting a non-source, then pretending it's a good source, or that you're just biased.
4) Repeating phrases from posts in other threads, much like this copypasta, perhaps for the impression of numbers, perhaps for continuity past shift-change.
5) Claiming that your source is invalid without an appropriate reason. Primary examples of invalid sources include YouTube video pseudo-science or political opinion pieces written by non-authorities for a given subject.
6) Pretending to honestly hold beliefs, willfully burdened with cognitive dissonance, shills of late will provide themselves with all the fuel they need to call you the opposite of your political beliefs, because they want you mad and fully partisan.
7) Failing to use sarcasm and shitposting to come off as smart and above it all, they'll settle for pretending they've succeeded.
8) They don't wait to insult. The point is to insult you, because they want you mad enough to donate money.

They've been doing this in every thread. Seems fine, honestly, since the shittier ones serve as entertainment.
There's no solution, short of "solving" the human condition, but there's an option some crafty anons take: shills only really "win" if they manage to paint a scenario as intractable, and the parties as irreconcilable, so bringing up legitimate avenues for compromise may serve as a litmus test.

Remember: shills don't really care about convincing anyone, they just want them partisan.
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>>900844
Imagine thinking literally centuries of human rights abuse is equitable to petty fucking crime lol
Instead of paying reparations to anyone it'd just be cheaper and better for the long term to have improved quality of life and education for everyone
But if they do that that'd ruin the status quo of blacks being worse off than whites and that means people like you dont get to use the whole "all blacks are criminals" argument anymore so I can see why this isnt a high priority in the US
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>>900862
blacks are still criminals even if you give them free shit what do you think we've been doing the last 40 years
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>>900913
>my opinion on crime is based on memes from /pol/
We are fucked as a nation.
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>>900858
Just say conservatives. next time.
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>>900966
I refuse to be a convenient fool for any one group. That pasta is aimed at shills of all stripes and colors
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https://www.hollandsentinel.com/story/news/politics/2021/08/01/pushback-against-critical-race-theory-rooted-misconceptions/5430923001/
Turns out Republicans war on academics is based on lies.
Critical Race Theory is a scholarly framework, developed in the 1970s by academics, which argues American society actively promotes white supremacy by promulgating racial disparities through laws and policies. Which is 100% true with laws like when the US government encouraged redlining, segregationist polices, and where certain projects are built (I.E. Highways are built more through black neighborhoods, or dirty fuel power plants like coal are built in locations to have their pollution go downwind into black neighborhoods.) And even the conservative supreme court like Plessy v. Ferguson. So, there's no doubt that the US, state and local governments have pushed white supremacist laws.
But due to people not knowing that, Republicans have re-framed CRT to mean 'Black people are victims and we should teach white children to feel bad because their ancestors had slaves.' And this tactic is just to get people to vote Republicans since all their normal fear mongering tactics failed, and they've been throwing a lot. Like Biden is a commie, the American Rescue Plan, which actually helps working families is communism, mum debt!, hell those massive pushes to discriminate against trannies was it too.
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>>900858
>>900765
this doesn't work because the right isn't doing that here. Look at this thread alone starting with the OP lying. Look at >>901111 and how many threads we've already had about this garbage but they keep doubling down on it, hoping that we'll waste even more time falling for their bait and having to roll out the same sources they've seen 100 times already while they laugh about wasting our time.
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>>893124
>Muh KKK
So teach modern crime rates when?





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