Dear Editor, 

CRT comes straight from Karl Marx’s, “Communist Manifesto.” CRT, divides individuals into race based boxes regardless of background, destroys Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of living in a color blind society, and even fuels race based violence. 

 Can anyone choose his/her race? NO. CRT is a grotesque form of division being forced down our throats to divide us, destroy our country, and usher in communism. Tragically, our children are the most vulnerable victims of this sick experiment. Elementary schools through universities have become echo chambers of Marxism destroying motivation for children to dream, work hard, and achieve. 

 Still not concerned? Just listen to survivors of the horrors of communism. Loudon County parent, Xi Van Fleet, who fled Communist China stated, “We are teaching our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history. Growing up in China, all of this sounds very familiar. The Communist regime use the same critical theory is to divide people. The only difference is that used class instead of race. This is indeed the American version of the Chinese cultural revolution.” 

 North Korean defector, Yeonmi Park, recently remarked on her experience at Ivy League, Columbia University: “These kids keep saying how they’re oppressed, how much injustice they’ve experienced. They don’t know how hard it is to be free.” She stated, “I guess that’s what they want, to destroy every single thing and rebuild into a Commuist paradise.” 

 How terrifying!

Elizabeth McCauley

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