Were only the youths of today as brave, valiant, and utterly unwilling to bend to the demands of those they know to be evil or go along with what is wrong as the young men of the West’s better days!
Where are Roland, the band that traveled with Beowulf, or the many young men of fine temper and desirous of renown that followed El Cid and rid Spain of the Saracen menace?
Dead with the sense of heroism, replaced with the dull grey of modernity, with heroism and courage replaced by greed and gold lust (or now, even worse, fiat lust), apparently.
But not in all hearts and souls. Some still stand up for that which they believe in, taking a stand against what is evil in our culture regardless of the social consequences of doing so.
Such is what the young man in the video below, fighting against the spread of the pernicious ideology of Critical Race Theory in his Minnesota school district, did.
He didn’t sit quietly and let teacher propagandize to him about how evil he is because he’s a white man, nor did he let the school board off the hook for letting the teachers do so.
Rather, he spoke up and fought back, dropping out of the woke, CRT-pushing school and sounding off on the school board in an awesome speech. Watch it here:
As you can hear in the video, he starts by exposing that not only are many of those sitting on school boards old and out of touch, long out of school and ignorant about what lessons are currently being taught, but also that many of them don’t even have kids in the schools in the district, and thus aren’t really affected if teachers go woke or do a bad job.
Speaking on that, the talented and brave young man started by saying:
“Members of the board, I know you haven’t been to school in a while, and I know most of you don’t have any kids left in the school district …”
Continuing, he went on to rip apart what lessons are being taught in his district, scorching the teachers that pushed the anti-white ideology of CRT on him and his friends, saying:
“… but you must admit how uncomfortable it will be to be characterized just by your skin color on the first day of school and be thought that you were wrong just because of your skin color.
“I’ll never forget the look one of my friends gave me from across the room as we were sitting there listening to this blatant bias being expressed in the so-called equity statement by the leader of our school.
“To be clear, I don’t need you to tell me that I matter, but hearing the condolences given to other races and leaving just one race out, inevitably you’ll start to feel like you’ve done something wrong.
“In our principal’s attempt to unify us, he instead created unwarranted boundaries and barriers between his students, pitting us against each other based on characteristics that we can’t control.”
And so what is this young man doing? He’s leaving. Like Francisco D’Anconia or Ellis Wyatt in Atlas Shrugged, he’s sounding off on the world that’s done so much to attack him and those like him and then leaving it to stew in the just desserts of its horrible policies. Awesome!