Subversives have been working for generations to radicalize our institutions (especially education and information) to turn Americans against their own history. This is a measure of how shockingly successful their project has been.
So narrow has its focus on the demonization of America been that they are either willfully ignoring or altogether ignorant of any other example against which it might be properly compared.
Those ‘free’ student loans taxypayers have been backing are going to train an army of neo-Marxists who will eventually do away with everything the Founding Fathers fought for… and that is no mistake.
Meet Melanie Yazzie.
She introduces herself on the school bio:
Melanie K. Yazzie is a citizen of the Navajo Nation. She writes and teaches about a range of topics, including Navajo/American Indian history; (neo)liberalism; settler colonialism; Indigenous feminisms; Native American studies; social movements; urban Native experience; political ecology; queer Indigenous studies; biopolitics; water; media; Marxism; and theories of policing and the state.
Dr. Yazzie has held numerous fellowships. She was a Katrin H. Lamon Residential Scholar at the School for Advanced Research (2018-19), a University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellow (2016-17), an Andrew W. Mellon Dissertation Fellow (2015-16), and a Ford Foundation Diversity Predoctoral Fellowship (2011-14).
Here she is being a little too honest about the dismantle America project she and her fellow self-described marxists (like, say, those BLM founders) have been working towards.
“The goal is to dismantle the settler project that is the United States. For the freedom and future of all life on this planet depends on that.”
University of Minnesota professor Melanie Yazzie admits the Woke quiet part out loud.
This is just a short clip of the 2 hours of academia in Minnesota indoctrinating kids into hating their country. Here is the full cult lecture. https://t.co/Woe0YTsh6i
— Mythinformed (@MythinformedMKE) December 22, 2023
“The US is the greatest predator empire that has ever existed”.
She unironically called this ‘Turtle Island’, as if we’re supposed to ignore the fact that ‘Turtle Island’ is a creation story every bit as religious as the Judeo-Christian Genesis account… but one seen by secular colonialists as a useful tool in deligitimizing the West.
Christians might want to wake up and take notice that secularists and fringe extremists have no problem leaning hard on their religio-cultural-moral assumptions in trying to remake the world according to their assumptions.
It’s something worth thinking about whenever we utter those words ‘Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven’.