Anti-Racism for Kids
by Douglas Mercer
A “FISTBOOK” for kids.
How does that sound?
A fistbook for White children? (They call it “a fistbook because we don’t do handbooks” when “fighting racism.”)
Yes, you heard that correctly; that’s what our world is coming to.
A Black man comes in and gives White children a fistbook. And the twisted millions think it’s the greatest thing there is.
According to a November 30 2021 letter from Janney Elementary School Principal Danielle Singh, students in Pre-K through 3rd grade participated in an Anti-Racism Fight Club presentation by speaker Doyin Richards.
Janney Elemenatary School is in an historic section of northwest Washington, DC.
Singh is an Indian name. But from the looks of her she’s one of those light-skinned Negros who cause us so much trouble. Perhaps this race bastard married a wog. Who knows in this godforsaken country of ours? Often you need a scorecard to keep track of the miscegenation.
As part of this work, each student has a fistbook to help continue the dialogue at school and home, said Singh, linking to Richards’ presentation.
They are going after the little White kids now, and doing it under the auspices of the public school system. If this doesn’t make you want to home school (if you already aren’t) then nothing will. Were you to find out someone had poisoned your kids, what wouldn’t you do? And this is no different. For all intents and purposes they might as well have them doing book reports on the subject of John Brown, who mass murdered White people because they were White people, as a hero — but who knows, maybe they are.
If they got Socrates on a charge of corrupting the youth what will we accuse Doyin (pronounced doe-ween) Richards of? What won’t we accuse him of?
The mind boggles at the possibilities to be found in just retribution.
A Washington, DC elementary school is is under fire after instructing students as young as four years old to go home and identify racist family members.
Chances are ten years ago you never thought you’d read that sentence. But here we are. The Current Year is a carnival of horrors.
Students from pre-K through third grade at Janney Elementary School attended an Anti-Racism Fight Club presentation with speaker Doyin Richards.
It’s pronounced doe-ween.
This Richards is an obnoxious Black male who is on to a big, big racket; he has a Power Point presentation and a book — and for a hefty fee he’ll come in and make your White children feel guilty. He travels around the country like a reverse Johnny Appleseed, uprooting all sanity and tradition wherever he goes. And then he strolls on down to the bank and laughs a big laugh at the dullards, especially the White dullards, who give him scads of spending cash for shaming White children. It looks like he’s making a nice living off it.
Sane people don’t pay anyone to destroy them. But here we are. The Current Year is the peak (I hope) of the High Baroque period of monster-worship.
Doyin (pronounced doe-ween) has a Web site, too: “Anti-racist Fight Club.” At the top of the site, a question is asked: “It’s time to end racism everywhere. Are you in?”
No, no I’m not. Not at all. I’m not in. Count me out.
Racism is as American as apple pie and baseball. Overt racism is becoming normalized, systemic racism runs unchecked in our workplaces, and racial microaggressions in our communities are just the tip of the iceberg. Racism crushes the mental health of millions of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), it negatively impacts the productivity and profitability of companies across America, and it has been a permanent stain on American history since before the ink was dry on the Declaration of Independence.
It’s true those old guys were racists, but that wasn’t the stain. The stain was right there in the Declaration — that part about all being equal. The only thing running unchecked in America at present is a virulent anti-White hate that has the stamp of approval of the authorities. And the only mental health that is being affected is the mental health of White people, especially children who are being deeply affected by the evil peddled by the Doyin Richards of the world (see below).
Being quietly not racist won’t cut it anymore — we have to actively fight against racism in all of its forms by being anti-racist. With that in mind, best selling diversity author and anti racism Tedx-speaking Doyin Richards created the ‘anti-racism fight club’ [it is trademarked, naturally] which aims to end racism in workplaces and communities throughout the globe in a no-nonsense, high-energy, interactive workshop.
Tedx is sort of a franchise spinoff of the so-called “intellectual” Ted Talks — so it’s a poor man’s talk of what already is a poor man’s talk. It’s licensed, and so a way for the Ted people to rake in some more bundles of cash, and some locals get the sheen and veneer of being part of the Ted thing. Amazing how they monetize everything, isn’t it?
Doyin has 16+ years of training and development experience and decades of being an anti-racist Black man which he uses to train people how to fight against racism with their minds.
By “train,” he means bludgeon, of course. Doyin Richards is on the record saying that he wants little White kids “to become comfortable being uncomfortable.” That is, he’s on par with the guy in the trench coat stepping out of the van asking kids if they want some candy. In this case he’s dressed a little better and he steps out of his expensive car (which he bought with fools’ money) and seduces White kids into thinking they are “doing right” if they feel guilty and “doing wrong” if they don’t. That is, he murders their souls. White parents and children might object to this if he asked permission to do this, so he just contracts with their schools and forces the children to sit through his mind-rape. Then he cashes in and it’s on to the next score.
They call Doyin Richards a “anti-racism facilitator” — but what he is is a scam artist and psychological abuser of children.
This Black devil is allowed to waltz right in to classrooms in this country and give little White kids something called a “fistbook.” This fist apparently being an allusion to the “Black power” fist.
A Black power fist. For a little White child. Your child.
What could go wrong, other than everything?
This is the kind of person your local school administrators contract with, to bring in to “teach” your children. Between him and Drag Queen Story Time there’s not much to choose from. Corrupting the moral and the racial instincts of White children he is, and the adults in these kids’ lives are inviting him in.
There are no words for this that are not fighting words.
As part of this work, each student has a fistbook to help continue the dialogue at school and home. We recognize that any time we engage topics such as race and equity, we may experience a variety of emotions. This is a normal part of the learning and growing process. As a school community we want to continue the dialogue with our students and understand this is just the beginning.
By a “variety of emotions” they acknowledge that this indoctrination may not sit well with some children, that they may have feelings of shame and guilt and discomfort. That’s exactly the point, of course: for them to feel all that. And they want to reassure everyone that this is normal and nothing to be alarmed about. It is “only the beginning,” after all. For worse, much worse, is to come.
‘White people are a part of a society that benefits them in almost every instance,’ the book, Anti-Racism Fight Club Fistbook for Kids, argues. ‘It is as if white people walk around with an invisible force field because they hold all of the power in America.’
Oh yes, the invisible force field; we’ve all heard about those invisible force fields. They like to talk about things that are invisible, so when people ask them to prove their assertions, they say (in addition to “the question itself is racist”) that what they are talking about is invisible, but it’s there (you just have to believe them). Like the “invisible knapsack” which no contemporary White person has ever metaphorically owned, it’s a catch-all term that is not subject to empirical inquiry, but is only an article of faith — and putrid faith at that. The truth is that social power is, always and everywhere, very visible: When White people had power you could see it, in segregated neighborhoods, in signs barring the coloreds, in open statements made by White leaders. Now that White people’s power has waned to the vanishing point you can’t see it — not because it’s invisible but because it’s not there. The power of non-Whites, on the other hand, is very visible: in the anti-White statements of leaders, in “reparations,” in disadvantages in admissions to schools and in hiring.
And in “fistbooks” for White children.
If you are a white person, white privilege is something you were born with and it simply means that your life is not more difficult due to the color of your skin. Put differently, it’s not your fault for having white privilege, but it is your fault if you choose to ignore it.
So says the “fistbook.” For all intents and purposes they are sticking their fists down the throats of little White children. Scaring them, shaming them, making them feel bad, making them feel guilty. How is this not child abuse? How are the authorities not on this case?
Meanwhile Doyin Richards makes money hand over fist.
Apparently at least one White parent has had it up to wherever with this, though it’s interesting that — as is quite evident from the statement — the parents were kept in the dark about what was being taught to their children:
Anyone else’s kindergarten kid freaked out by an anti-racism assembly today? My kid needed to sleep with a light on and the door open tonight. Anyone know what specifically was talked about? My kid couldn’t relay much except that she was scared.
Well, that was a sucess story. This big Black bully with his giant fist of a fistbook has one White child sweating bullets. The little White girl’s afraid of the dark, can’t sleep, couldn’t even speak properly, so scared was she.
What is the crime this man is guilty of again? And what is the penalty?
But Richards isn’t backing down. He’s the guy who thinks those litttle White kids should stiffen their spines and take what’s coming to them. After all, they have White skin and all the privilege in the world; it’s time the shoe was on the other foot, so he’s going to browbeat half the little grades.
The White half.
Reading the book isn’t a spectator sport and requires being loud, uncomfortable, confrontational and visible to ensure change is made, Richards writes.
What happened to reading, writing, and arithmetic? This Richards animal should be put on one of those lists where you can’t be within a thousand feet of any school. After all, under his trench coat is a book that spells death for White children.
One such activity involves a series of questions that asks the students, ‘Where do you see racism in yourself? This requires true soul-searching. Be real with yourself, don’t feel guilt/shame and own it. It’s the first step in becoming an anti-racist.’
First off, this self-interrogation they promote is meant to make the White children feel shame and guilt. It’s what it was designed to do. It’s a self-inflicted version of the two minutes hate — though this time they want the self-hate to never end. If you hate yourself you will never defend yourself — in fact you’ll work against yourself, in order to achieve what you’ve been taught is “justice.”
In the section, ‘How to deal with racism from loved ones,’ Richards’ work instructs the young readers that just because someone is older than you doesn’t mean that they’re right all of the time.
An old Jewish trick, just like in their old Soviet Union, turning little children into snitches on the elders in their families, elders who might have deviated an iota or three from the party line.
If someone doesn’t believe that people should be treated equally based on the color of their skin, then they are the problem. Parents need to stop making excuses for that behavior if they truly believe in anti-racism. Who in your family has racist beliefs? Do you think you can change their ways? What is your strategy for dealing with them?
Does Uncle Lem saying Congoids are lazy, indolent, and shiftless, and should be shipped back to Africa count?
Oh yes, it does.
‘If the police don’t murder citizens without penalty, then the riots/looting don’t happen,’ the work reads, and it states that your feelings about Colin Kaepernick serve as a great barometer of how you would feel about Dr. King during the Civil Rights Movement.
Agreed on that. I hate both of them like Hitler hated Jews — fanatically and with a purpose.
If you hate Kaepernick now, you’d hate Dr. King if he was alive today. And do you know what’s funny? In 50 years from now, white people will probably talk glowingly of Kaepernick as they are with Dr. King now. Stop using his quotes to benefit your racism.
Kaepernick will be forgotten in ten. King will be forgotten in fifty.
Mark my words. Should any White people recall them at all, it will only be to spit on their memories.
Remember that they said,
[I]t’s not your fault for having white privilege, but it is your fault if you choose to ignore it.
This is disingenuous. They do think, deeply and passionately, that being White is our fault. It’s like “original sin”: something we’re imbued with from the beginning, and the moment we don’t “rectify” it when “given the chance,” we become guilty from the start. And the medieval scholastics got nothing on these boys when it comes to finding thousands of complicated reasons why you didn’t expiate your sins properly, no matter how abject your prostration has been.
‘As we sit here today, it is still woven into the fabric of our homes, communities, schools, government, economic system, healthcare, and so much more. As a matter of fact, it would be difficult to find one facet of our society where racism does not exist,’ the book states. White supremacy isn’t the shark, it’s the ocean.
The truth is the exact opposite of what they say. No one has seen hide nor hair of “White supremacism” in our institutions and elites for going on a century now. No country that abides and financially supports the likes of Doyin Richards can be called anywhere near “White supremacist.” In fact, it’s a country of White abasement. Of anti-White hate. No country that tolerates a White-hating, White-future-killing “fistbook” in the hands of little White children — no country which makes forcing little White children to feel anguish, fear, and self-hatred a goal — can be considered anything but so ferociously anti-White as to be working up to a bloodbath.
So. White racialism is damned sure not the ocean.
But maybe it is the shark, the Great White Shark, learning once again to swim alone, then gathering his comrades in larger and larger numbers, waiting for the time when they will finally be able to do what must be done, as Nature decrees.
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