Why is a supposedly ‘conservative’ government pushing neo-Communist thinking?
Many think it’s an exaggeration when we talk about how all of our institutions have been captured by the radical left, and how neo-Communist style thinking is so pervasive that even ‘conservatives’ are signing on to insane thinking.
But perhaps the revelation that the Ontario PC government is pushing a radical far-left curriculum that calls math ‘racist’ and ‘Eurocentric’ will be enough to wake people up to the danger.
If you haven’t seen it yet, brace yourself, as the worst sections are pure insanity:
“An equitable mathematics curriculum recognizes that mathematics can be subjective.
Mathematics is often positioned as an objective and pure discipline. However, the content and the context in which it is taught, the mathematicians who are celebrated, and the importance that is placed upon mathematics by society are subjective. Mathematics has been used to normalize racism and marginalization of non-Eurocentric mathematical knowledges, and a decolonial, anti-racist approach to mathematics education makes visible its historical roots and social constructions. The Ontario Grade 9 mathematics curriculum emphasizes the need to recognize and challenge systems of power and privilege, both inside and outside the classroom, in order to eliminate systemic barriers and to serve students belonging to groups that have been historically disadvantaged and underserved in mathematics education.”
This is straight up, Marxist, Neo-Com style thinking.
It pushes a worldview that links race and math, pushes divisive anti-European sentiment into the realm of what is supposed to be objective learning, and then gets into talk of a ‘decolonial, anti-racist’ approach to math.
As you know well, none of that has anything to do with math.
It does however have a lot to do with demoralizing young people, making them hate their country, making them hate Western Civilization, and bringing up a generation of people that will seek to oppose Western Capitalist Democracies – opening things up for a radical far-left ideology to dominate at all levels.
The left has been ruthlessly smart about this, capturing the education system and thus using it to push ideas and ways of thinking that would never have been accepted through the democratic process.
The question now is, why the hell are ‘conservative’ governments going along with it?
Nothing is being ‘conserved’
Ask yourself this question:
If an NDP government in Ontario had brought in that curriculum, how would Conservatives be reacting?
Likely, it would be immense outrage, and that outrage would be justified.
And yet, we see an ostensibly ‘conservative’ government bringing in ideas that will push a radical far-left worldview, a worldview that is all about undermining the foundations of our country.
Why would they do this?
Have they been captured internally?
Are they simply weak?
Are they cowards?
A bit of all of the above?
And, make no mistake, not only is this curriculum being brought in under the Ontario PC government, but they are defending it?
“The @ConceptualJames tweet about “subjective math” in the Ontario curriculum is going viral. This is the response from @Sflecce’s office. Doubling down that math is subjective and used to “normalize racism”.”
The @ConceptualJames tweet about "subjective math" in the Ontario curriculum is going viral. This is the response from @Sflecce's office. Doubling down that math is subjective and used to "normalize racism".#onpoli https://t.co/4qkcVhlFyA pic.twitter.com/aBbWxzCyEF
— Christine Van Geyn (@cvangeyn) July 11, 2021
Pathetic & Dangerous
On one level, this is absolutely pathetic.
The Ontario PCs are giving to the radical far-left, people who will always hate them and will always move the goalposts and demand a further shift to the left.
At the same time, they’re betraying their own supporters, common-sense people who want math to focus on math, rather than trying to indoctrinate young people to hate this country.
On another level however, this is incredibly dangerous.
When you get on a plane, or get in a car, or use an elevator, you’re benefitting from a long history of mathematics being used as a way to acknowledge and respond to the objective reality we face.
Reality doesn’t care how someone feels, what their ideology is, or what their race is, it simply exists.
If you use the wrong approach to build a building, that building will fall.
If you get the math wrong constructing an airplane, that airplane will crash.
Objective reality cannot be evaded or altered, it can only be accepted and responded to.
That’s why it is appalling to see Ontario shift towards teaching math as a ‘subjective’ discipline, since it not only carries political risks, but also actual physical risks.
Do you want the next generation of engineers and physicists, and architects and so on to think of their jobs through the lens of ‘racism,’ ‘decolonization,’ and ‘subjectivity’?
I sure as hell don’t.
What is the point of ‘conservative’ parties
If this kind of anti-Canadian, radical far-left curriculum is being pushed by a ‘conservative’ government in Ontario, we have to ask “what the hell is the point of ‘conservative’ parties if all they do is betray their own people?”
If Ontario elected a Communist government, you would expect the kind of curriculum we read above. It wouldn’t be a surprise in that case.
But here we have a ‘conservative’ government pushing ideas that are Communist in origin, and inculcating those ideas in an entire generation of young people.
How can that party then go and ask their donors to give them money?
How can they ask for campaign volunteers?
What the hell is the point of a party calling itself ‘conservative’ if it not only fails to conserve any aspect of society, but also enables the dominance and entrenchment of a radical far-left vision?
The fact is, these ‘conservatives’ have to stop trying to win over the radical far-left who will always hate them, and wake up to the fact that the majority of good, decent, common-sense people reject this kind of extremism, and want to see a math curriculum that actually focuses on math.
Furthermore, common-sense people like us need to keep speaking out and fighting back against this insanity. While politicians may be abandoning the fight against the neo-Coms, we cannot through in the towel. It’s a fight that doesn’t end, and the stakes are too high for us to walk away. We need to keep pushing back, putting our views out there, and contacting our elected officials to make our voices heard.
The radical left has power because they make themselves loud and seemingly omnipresent, and to push back against them common-sense people must do the same.
The extremist Ontario curriculum must be stopped.
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