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Exposing Critical Theory – The perfect ideology for creating Marxist revolutionaries!

This blog is a slightly updated transcript of a video that I released on September 12th, 2020. At that time, what I still believe to be Marxist revolutionaries were in the process of burning and looting cities in the United States. I think that leftists/Marxists are trying to divide the citizens of the United States by class, race, gender, etc!  A divide and conquer strategy that will not have a happy ending.  I originally recorded the video a few weeks before President Trump banned critical race theory training for federal employees. (Biden has since reimplemented the training.) Three states have banned critical theory training in 2021 and more states are beginning to realize that Critical Theory may be more divisive than its proponents would like to admit.

If you prefer you can watch the video here:

Today on Dave’s Worldview, I want to talk to you about identity politics, or more precisely, critical theory. What most of us call identity politics, Marxist educators call critical theory.

Critical theory is the vehicle that the Marxist or communist wing of the Democratic Party is using to inspire the Marxist revolutionaries we see burning our cities. Now, suppose you think I am being too harsh using terms like Marxist and communists. In that case, it is essential to remember that one of the definitions for socialism is a transitional social state between the overthrow of capitalism and the realization of communism. Make no mistake, the end goal with Marxism is always communism. Vladimir Lenin, the infamous Russian revolutionary responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of his fellow citizens, also said as much, according to Lenin: “The goal of socialism is communism.”

Critical theory is being sold to our children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews as a good thing. This is what the left says about critical theory: Critical theory is a philosophy that involves being critical of the prevailing view of society. Critical theory in education is about questioning how our educational system can best offer education to all people. It offers opportunities and understanding of the different perspectives of disadvantaged members of society. On the surface, the left makes critical theory sound like something that might be beneficial to our society. But, when you dig a little deeper, the essential truth underlying critical theory does not accomplish anything of value; in fact, it does quite the opposite.

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