Guess Who’s Psychologically Abusing White Children?
by David Sims
SOME OF US White people might have hoped that blatant calls for the “extermination of Whiteness” died when Noel Ignatiev croaked from an intestinal infarcation that left him as physically full of merde as he was ideologically.
Hatred of Whites with an academic façade has returned, compliments of a New York City school principal named Mark Federman, a Jew.
The East Side Community School, where the problematic Mark Federman is principal, is at 420 East 12th Street, New York, NY, 10009. The name is common enough among Jews to result in several Mark Federmans being in the area. But the Jew who is now openly calling for the abolition of our race is the one who is principal of that school.
[Eighteen per cent. of the students there are, reportedly, White children. This is abuse of those children, far worse than any bullying could ever be. And such calls are genocidal, no matter how you slice it. Jews, and apologists for Jews, might claim that they don’t want to physically kill Whites, just abolish the concept of “Whiteness.” But abolishing a people’s sense of identity will quickly lead to their physical annihilation just as surely as any amount of bullets or the aspiration of hydrocyanic gas. — Ed.]
The Tusker Daily reports:
Mark Federman, a New York City high school principal [and a Jew]. is asking parents to “reflect” on their “whiteness” while propagating literature that extols “white traitors’’ who “dismantle institutions.”
The offensive “woke’’ messaging from the East Side Community School in Manhattan features a ranking list titled “The 8 White Identities,” which ranges from “White Supremacist’’ to “White Abolitionist.”
“The Eight White Identities” written by Northwestern University associate professor Barnor Hesse, claims, “There is a regime of whiteness, and there are action-oriented white identities.
Hesse, whose entire career is focused on race, especially the denigration and disempowerment of Whites, is a Negro associate professor at Northwestern University’s “Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.”
After Barnor Hesse claimed that “People who identify with whiteness are one of these,” he added: “It’s about time we build an ethnography of whiteness, since white people have been the ones writing about and governing Others…’’
The handout that Mark Federman pushed on students was accompanied by a color-coordinated meter with the red zone on the left titled “White Supremacist’’ and the green zone on the far right labeled “White Abolitionist.”
A New York City Department of Education official stated that some parents at the school, which caters to sixth- through 12th-graders on the Lower East Side of Manhatten, first shared the material with staff.
The principal then disseminated it to every parent “as part of a series of materials meant for reflection” and as “food for thought,” the official said.
A DOE rep said in a statement, “Anti-racism and the celebration of diversity is at the core of our work on behalf of the young people of New York City, and the East Side Community School’s students, parents and staff partner together to advance equity in their community. The document in question was shared with the school by parents as a part of ongoing anti-racist work in the school community and is one of many resources the schools utilizes.”
The spokesman said school workers are now being threatened over the missive.
“Our staff are now being targeted with vile racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic slurs and degrading language from people outside of their school and nothing justifies the abuse directed at our educators,” the rep said.
Christopher Rufo of the Discovery Institute wrote in a tweet that included a posting of the [handout], “This is the new language of public education.”
Rufo’s tweet drew mixed reactions on Twitter.
“If you find this hostile, or unnerving, it’s because you are fearing the loss of power and advantage that your skin colour has afforded you. It’s an agenda to bring true equality,” a Twitter user fired at Rufo over Hesse’s chart.
Others had different takes:
The racial makeup of the student body at East Side Community was 55 percent Hispanic, 18 percent white, 15 percent black, 10 percent Asian and 2 percent other during the last school year.
Typically, Mark Federman the brave and bold “woke” liberal, declined to comment.
Federman made headlines in 2007 when he tried to prevent the arrest of a student accused of punching a school safety agent.
As the New York Post reported, the NYPD arrested the Manhattan high school principal after he wrestled with security guards in an attempt to stop them from embarrassing a student by marching her out of the building in handcuffs.
Federman was charged with resisting arrest and obstructing governmental administration. The guard was treated at a hospital for an arm injury.
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Source: Author and National Vanguard correspondents