In case you needed it, here is one more example of why it’s wise to avoid the public school system if at all possible. The story comes from the Portland Tribune and was written by Jennifer Anderson. It’s called ‘Schools beat the drum for equality.’ A more accurate title would be ‘Schools promote anti-White agenda.’ It’s the story of Mexican principal Verenice Gutierrez, her promotion of White guilt (so-called ‘equity training’) and her efforts to cater to non-White students. The article begins by noting that Gutierrez sees ‘racism’ everywhere. Naturally. Even the use of a peanut butter sandwich in class as an example is ‘racist’ because somewhere in the world there might be a culture where the people do not eat sandwiches. This is amazing logic, to be sure. The most disturbing part of this story is not that the White middle and upper class taxpayers of the State are paying Gutierrez’s salary, but rather that they are paying to have White school teachers indoctrinated in self-hatred and White guilt. Anderson writes:
Through intensive staff trainings, frequent staff meetings, classroom observations and other initiatives, the premise is that if educators can understand their own “white privilege,” then they can change their teaching practices to boost minority students’ performance.
Last Wednesday, the first day of the school year for staff, for example, the first item of business for teachers at Scott School was to have a Courageous Conversation — to examine a news article and discuss the “white privilege” it conveys.
In addition to the anti-White indoctrination, the school also runs a drum class for non-White male students. The story specifically says it is for ‘middle school boys of color at Scott School.’
Unsurprisingly, a majority of the school’s students are foreigners and the vast majority of them are dependent upon the mostly-White taxpayers of the State:
Fifty percent of the students at Scott are Hispanic; another 15 percent are black and 9 percent are Asian. Eighty-five percent are eligible for free or reduced-price meals.
Let’s attempt for a brief moment to understand the strange thought process behind what Guitierrez says and does at Scott School. Even though White taxpayers (78.5% of the people of Oregon are White and the percentage of net taxpayers is undoubtedly much higher still) are paying to operate a school that is administered by a Mexican with an obvious racial chip on her shoulder against White people; even though White taxpayers are paying so that non-White boys can play the drums; even though White tax payers are paying for anti-White indoctrination of White teachers who are attempting to teach a school full of non-White students… there is still ‘racism’ everywhere – even in peanut butter sandwiches. As Bob Whitaker says, ‘They say they are anti-racist. What they are is anti-White. Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.’ If you don’t believe it, just take a look at Verenice Gutierrez and the Scott School in Portland.