Friday, January 22, 2021

1776 Commission: "ERROR 404"

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Within 60 minutes of being sworn in as President of the United States, Joe Biden had removed the "1776 Commission Report" from the White House website.

If you click on "1776 Commission" on the White House website, you get "ERROR"-"Page Not Found."


And why the rush to delete the report ahead of, say, dealing with Russia, China, Iran, and all the other global issues we are told he must solve? 

And did you know? Seattle Public Schools lead the nation in indoctrinating children in PC racism, and there's a move to do so in all Washington public schools.

Be informed, not misled.

Remaking America.

This past Monday the Trump White House released the report of the presidential "1776 Commission" that the New York Times is calling "a sweeping attack on liberal thought and activism that calls for a patriot education, defends America's founding on the basis of slavery and likens progressivism to fascism."

The Times explains that Trump formed the commission in the first place because he and others feel that American heritage is under assault by revolutionary fanatics and that the nation's schools required a new pro-American curriculum.

The New York Times feels threatened by the 1776 Commission because they were the "news" organization that birthed the "1619 Project." A project that has revised American history to indoctrinate our children to believe that America was not founded in 1776 and the Revolutionary War, but in 1619 when the first slave ship arrived at Jamestown.

Apparently, President Joe Biden feels threatened by it as well.

If you are interested in learning more about your country's history, don't bother to go to the White House website and type in the search, "1776 Commission" because you will get "ERROR---404/Page Not Found."

President Obama was fond of using the phrase "remaking America" in his quest to remove the foundations of our unique American founding---always in the name of "progress."

Biden is certainly not Obama, but he'd like to be and he'll give it his best shot. And the far-left radical administration he is assembling will be standing by to assist---possibly lead in the remaking of America.

About the 1776 Report.

The report was created by an 18-member, highly qualified member commission, which was chaired by Larry Arn, president of Hillsdale College one of America's best and most conservative colleges. Other members include well known conservative journalist Charlie Kirk and Trump's former domestic policy adviser, Brooke Rollins.

The report argues that among other things, the 1619 Project "creates historical revisionism that tramples honest scholarship and historical truth, shames Americans by highlighting only the sins of their ancestors, and teaches claims of systemic racism that can only eliminated by more discrimination, is an ideology intended to manipulate opinions more than educate minds."

"America's proud history is worth defending."

The National Review said when the Commission was initiated they said, "America's proud history is worth defending, and it is worth defending through government and politics."

The Review also noted that:

"The current lines of battle are joined around teaching of the New York Times 1619 Project, Howard Zinn's 1980 screed 'A People's History of the United States,' and other fact-challenged efforts to supplant the story of America, its ideals and its exceptional history with critical race and gender theory and leftist agitprop. It is wrong to fill heads of children with falsehoods, or to subject them to outside-the-mainstream theories until they are old enough to learn to evaluate them critically. It is right and important to commemorate what makes this nation great and special."

Washington State is an example of why intervention in education is needed.

Please keep in mind that last year the state implemented new Sex Education mandates that continue to turn the public schools into sexual indoctrination sessions, not "education" experiences. 

Last month, The New York Post, widely read and one of the nation's oldest newspapers, featured a story by Seattle's Chris Rufo who laid it all out as to what's happening in Seattle and soon to happen across the state---and across the nation.

If you live in Seattle or Washington State, I strongly recommend you read the article. If you live elsewhere, read it anyway, because it's coming to a school near you as fast as the progressives can run.

Rufo says in a recently held racially charged teacher-training session, schools were convicted of "spirit murder" against black kids. The session's point was to demand that white teachers "bankrupt [their] privilege in acknowledgment of [their] thieved inheritance."

The trainers claimed that teachers are colonizers of "the ancestral lands and traditional territories of the Puget Sound Coast Salish People." And, "The United States was built off the stolen labor of kidnapped and enslaved black people's work."

This is the premise of the New York Times' 1619 Project.

The organizers identified themselves by gender pronouns and race.

Among activists there is a strong bond of cooperation between racial activists and gay rights activists because they share a common obsession---to destroy the norms---historically, scientifically, and biologically.

Rufo says the main message was: 

"White teachers must recognize that they 'are assigned considerable power and privilege in our society' because of their 'possession of white skin'. And to atone, they must self-consciously reject their 'whiteness' and become dedicated 'anti-racist educators'."

In the conclusion of the training, the teachers had to explain how they will practice "anti-racist pedagogy" address the "social justice movements" taking place, and become "anti-racist outside the classroom."

They were told to divide the world into "enemies, allies, and accomplices" and work toward the "abolition of whiteness."

There's much more, but the trainer's goal is clearly to transform Seattle Schools into activist organizations---at the expense of the taxpayers.

And to export this kind of destructive activism under the guise of "education."

Rufo says, "Sadly, if past is precedent, the radical fever gripping Seattle schools will soon spread to the nation."

It's a short step to understanding what WA State Sen. Mona Das from Kent is up to with her SB 5044 that would require schools to implement comprehensive training on "cultural competency" and establish programs "identified for equity, diversity, anti-racism and inclusion" and "must consider various races, ethnicities, religions, disabilities, sexualities, and genders."

The takeaway.

On the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, President Calvin Coolidge said: 

"Our forefathers came to certain conclusions and decided upon certain courses of action which have been a great blessing to the world. Before we can understand their conclusions we must go back and review the course which they followed. We must think the thoughts which they thought...If we are able to maintain the great heritage which has been bequeathed to us, we must be like-minded as the fathers who created it."

To be like-minded with our Founding Fathers is to begin with the Truth that Ben Franklin knew well as he and his colleagues struggled to write the Constitution:

"Unless the Lord builds the house, They labor in vain who build it; Unless the Lord guards the city, the watchman stays awake in vain" (Psalm 127:1).

God is in control.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Bold. Be Prayerful.