Schools prepare to train children in Marxist BLM curriculum

July 15, 2020   |   Category: Prophecy News   |   Tags: , , ,

Public schools nationwide are adopting Black Lives Matter curriculum presenting themes such as “systemic racism,” “police brutality” and “white privilege” while turning children into “little Marxists,” according to the Federalist.

The New York City Department of Education is one of many school systems set to roll out the BLM-themed lesson plans this fall, write Sloan Rachmuth and Katie Jensen.

This summer, North Carolina’s largest school system, in Wake County, launched a website providing BLM lessons for teachers to use in classrooms and for parents to use at home. It urges teachers to “address the injustices that exist beyond education by the conversations we have with others, by speaking up when we see hate, by supporting efforts that oppose racism and oppression, and by directly engaging in advocacy work.”

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13 Responses to “Schools prepare to train children in Marxist BLM curriculum”

  1. I would have to comment also on white privilege, really, I have never had any privileges. All this going to do is continue to keep racism going. I’ve seen more blacks racist against whites than I have whites against blacks. In all ethnicities you have racist people, not just black and white. I have seen more black people driving better cars than me and living in beautiful homes, so I don’t understand where people say white privilege when blacks have just as much as any other group of people. This division in America is to divide Americans, I believe there is a much bigger purpose for this, we just don’t see it as of yet, or at least some of us don’t see it. What happened to our ancestors is something that today’s society should not be paying for. Does people not see that blacks were not the only slaves, whites, and the native Americans were also slaves. I pray for America and hope that people will open their eyes to the bigger agenda.

    • Kayla,

      When people speak of white privilege, it has very little to do with having nice material things.
      However, often times when blacks have those nice cars, they are pulled over and suspected of being drug dealers or criminals. You can find countless examples online of blacks living in nice communities and being questioned if they truly live in that area, because someone doesn’t “recognize” them.

      Have you ever been harrassed by the cops because you “fit the description?” Well, my brother has. He’s Mr. Dudley do-right and always has been, but was harrassed, cuffed and thrown into the back of a squad car because he of the color of his skin. He was released because it was radioed in that the actual suspect was apprehended. That doesn’t change the fact that my brother was humiliated for nothing of his own doing, but for the color of his skin.

      Far too many times have blacks called the police to report a crime, and are treated like the criminal when the police arrive. Why? Prejudicial assumptions.

      Are you able to walk into a store (e.g. a clothing store) and not be followed?

      Voter suppression
      Disparity in prison sentences for similar crimes
      Redlining/Discrimination in loans
      Disparity in pay
      Constant reminders of the hateful history of the past

      Interracial relationships were banned at Bob Jones University (an evangelical university in South Carolina) until the year 2000. Are we not all equal?

      Privilege is not having to even think about those things and just living your life the way the way that you were meant to live. In some parts of the world, people would find it privileged to have clean water let alone plumbing.

      Prejudice and Racism can go hand in hand, but are not quite the same thing. The difference is that racism is an outward expression with power and authority of those prejudicial sentiments.

      The United States of America has done a lot of good in this world and has allowed a better quality of life for many. The United States of America has also done evil and has yet to truly repent of its atrocities. Right now, a lot of minorities are upset. Not because of something new, but because of something that was never appropriately reconciled.

      Yes, the true root of what is going on in this country now and the previous 400 years is primarily a sin problem. “We wrestle not against flesh and blood…” Jesus gave us 2 commandments on which all the other commandments could hang. 1.) Love the Lord with all your heart, your mind and your soul. 2.) Love your neighbor as yourself.

      Many think they have done the first, but in order to truly love God the way that He deserves to be loved, you must love your neighbor as yourself also. Many people have a problem with that second commandment. If we all got that right, there would be no slavery, there would be no prejudices, there would be no racial discrimination, there would be no class discrimination, there would be no injustices, etc.

  2. Yvonne

    To all the Donnas and end time followers I am your age,I worked with you in nyc dept of health,we shared a lot I’ve been reading your posts n comments just a reminder,when dr Martin Luther king was praying and pleading for equal rights being beaten on his knees even killed for all people would make one wonder why black history has not been represented in our history books?my husband served this country came home and couldn’t get a job was relegated to putting soap samples on doors to feed his family but he did it before day every day , we decided if the military status didn’t give status education would we made a conscious decision to send our sons to private schools and all 4 college education yet that still didn’t one son in high ranking position in NYC police dept 30 + years never killed anyone or disgraced his dept I guess he was one of the “good cops” too bad America has made a God out of a man we that really know God not about God need to discern the hour and repent for racist heart 2chron 7:13-14 while there is still time

  3. Freida

    I would like to add more to my previous comment. If the founders of BLM, used ideology from socialism in the beginning…and I don’t know that for certain, the movement is much broader now. Most of the protesters and supporters include all nationalities and backgrounds, with the main focus on equality, or civil rights. It is wrong to paint a wide brush over the BLM movement and assume everyone is a socialist. That is not an accurate picture, and it provokes fear and unnecessary hostility toward the movement.

  4. Arelis Nunez

    This is bad they need to let children be children let them have their own life expierences its truly not a racist world smh its politics from democrats corrupting the minds

  5. Freida

    I am a humble African American Christian and my spirit is heavy regarding the constant lack of inclusion in my faith. You are spreading fear and merging my blackness with socialism and globalization. Where is the love for the church that includes “anyone” that believes. This division within our church is disheartening. Black Christians have the Holy Spirit too. The Bible says…if you can’t love those you can see…how can you love God, whom you can’t see. You are straying away from God’s Word when you call “civil rights” socialism. By the way, it is a shame people have to be taught how to love and have humility. Jesus is love.

  6. Dorothy Wilson

    Why is teaching about current societal issues like black lives matter, racism,
    and white privilege called Marxism ?
    I appreciated Irvin Baxter’s message on racism, but I’m a little wary about your true stance. The reason that there is a BLM movement is down through the years especially in this country, black lives don’t seem to matter equally in the justice and law enforcement systems to mention just a few.

    • Doug Norvell

      Hello Dorothy,

      Does racism exist in this Nation? Yes, on every side. What is white privilege? I have never experienced it. I have had to work very hard for everything I have ever had, I couldn’t afford to go to college when I was a young man, my mom raised 4 kids by herself and I had to start working to help out with gas and groceries. When I had a family of my own, my daughter, didn’t get any privileges and she is half Hispanic and half White, but I had to work two jobs to put her through college. The only privilege I have, is being a born again believer and washed in the blood of Jesus Christ. The racism in this country is a heart condition, and the only way to fix that, is to come together as believers and share the gospel and love of Jesus Christ. We can stand up against evil, without destroying the cities and harming people.
      As far as the BLM movement, these people are not for Black lives, the true core of the organization is about anarchy and chaos. It has been proven that they bussed people into the riot areas, just to invoke rage and unrest. The took over Seattle for a couple of weeks, they segregated within their little sovereignty zone and even killed a young black man, then would not allow the police or emergency vehicle to come in and try and help. That life didn’t matter much to them.
      No one is against peaceful protest, but when people are beaten in the streets, building are set on fire, and innocent lives are taken, I think anyone can agree, that is not the way.

  7. I am very disappointed that endtime ministries are against public schools teaching about police brutality, racism and black life matter in public schools. I am beginning to believe endtime ministries is for white people. Blacks are being killed for no just cause and i have never hear you say anything about police brutality against blacks in your podcast. I am a black man and have been listening to your podcast for 5 years. Teaching about bkack life matter is not Marxists. Blacks should be treated as human beings created by God. No colour in heaven. Every human being is created by God. You have a platform, use it to preach equality, love and unity. Stop turning blind eyes to the suffering of black peole in America. God will judge America and the blood of black killed unjustly will cry for revenge like the blood of Abel.

    • “God will judge America and the blood of black killed unjustly will cry for revenge like the blood of Abel.” I agree that God is a just God, and he will judge everyone according to their thoughts and actions.

      What I don’t understand from your comment is the blanket assumption that all of Americans are somehow corrupt and deserve judgment for killing blacks unjustly. If you’re referring to George Floyd, justice for Floyd’s death has been done. The cop who personally killed him is in prison. What other judgment are you referring to? The fact that past Americans owned slaves? Why would we, living Americans in this generation, be judged for our forefathers’ actions? No one in this generation owns slaves.

      But does racism exist? YES. I think there are racist people, just as there are narcissistic people. Does systemic racism exist? I don’t believe it does. I’m not Caucasian, but I don’t feel like “the system” has put any restraints on me because I’m not white. I’m a descendant of refugees who came to the U.S. from a war-torn communist country with nothing but the clothes on their backs. And despite living in poverty-stricken neighborhoods growing up in the U.S., I still managed to get out of those slums and make something out of myself by going to college, grad school, to own a business, a home, and a family. Did I ever subscribe to the victim mentality? No. Did I ever feel less privileged because we were dirt poor growing up? Absolutely, but I made the most out of what I had, and my life is proof that the “American dream” exists. There aren’t that many countries where you can you become something from nothing like this, and that is why I love the United States of America.

      Does police brutality exist? Yes. Anyone in a position of power can abuse that power. That applies to police officers, politicians, CEOs, and the list goes on. Now, just because there are a few bad cops–does that make all cops bad? Just because most criminals are men, does that make all men are bad? Of course not. We need to get rid of bad cops and keep the good ones, and raise up more good cops.

      I don’t necessarily believe it is a good thing to focus so much on “police brutality” and “racism” in school curriculum. Yes, it should be mentioned, but not obsessed over. What do you think it will do to children? Create a fear and/or hatred for all law enforcement? Have them believe that this country and world we live in is totally racist? How will that make little children better people? Why don’t we get past the race issue and teach them all men are created equal? When we focus SO MUCH on race and skin color, doesn’t that reinforce our differences?? I don’t want my kids growing up fixated on racism and people’s skin color. I want them to see that skin color does not matter and they should see and love people has humans. I will let them know hate and discrimination exist, but it does not only manifest in the form of racism. They will see the brokenness in this world for themselves without my having to drill into them racism and cop brutality, and my hope is for my children to be agents of change, love, and peace.

      On the topic of Black Lives Matter, I have found that BLM is under the umbrella organization called Movement 4 Black Lives (M4BL). I want people to be informed about their core values: https://m4bl.org/about-us/

      WHO WE ARE
      We are Abolitionist:
      We believe that prisons, police and all other institutions that inflict violence on Black people must be abolished and replaced by institutions that value and affirm the flourishing of Black lives.

      We believe in centering the experiences and leadership of the most marginalized Black people, including but not limited to those who are trans and queer, women and femmes, currently and formerly incarcerated, immigrants, disabled, working class, and poor.

      We believe in transformation and a radical realignment of power:
      The current systems we live inside of need to be radically transformed, which includes a realignment of global power. We are creating a proactive, movement-based vision instead of a reactionary one.

      We build kinship with one another:
      We draw from political lessons, grow in our leadership, and expanding our base to build a stronger movement.

      We are anti-capitalist:
      We believe and understand that Black people will never achieve liberation under the current global racialized capitalist system.

    • Sam Rhodes

      Hi there,

      The devil is a master deceiver and anyone who is not letting the Holy Spirit lead them is being deceived. I’m
      a middle aged white man who never had white privilege. I lived in the hood for a long time in my adolescent years and let me tell you something, black people could careless about one another. No one wants to talk about the lives or families that crack dealers destroy and 99.9% of the crack dealers are black men. They’ve chosen to take that path and there’s a price to pay for that. When white people get caught breaking the law, other white people hold them accountable. But when black people get caught breaking the law, everyone in their families and communities stick up for them instead of holding them accountable. No one wants to talk about that Mr. Floyd was on drugs and passing bad checks. What happened to him was unacceptable, but please don’t ever put yourself in that position. We need to move on as a country. There where slaves in the bible and it was okay. The Jewish people were slaves for hundreds of years and look how they are still treated, you don’t hear them crying about it. God forgives and forgets and we need to do that too.
      I still have a child in school and I have sacrificed a lot so he and my kids could go to Christian private school and be thought about the word of God. Let’s get back to that and then maybe everything will change. The bible says to put God first in everything we do and this country is doing the opposite. Thank God for our president, he’s going against the grain right now. Endtimes is doing fine job, thank you guys for putting God first and calling out the devil.