The creep of this theory is happening both directly and indirectly.
In the former case is a document recently concocted by the Centre for Social Justice Foundation for Research and Education. Entitled “And Educator’s Guide for Changing the World: Methods, Models and Materials for Anti-Oppression and Social Justice Workshops.” It’s penned by Ann Curry-Stevens. Make no mistake about it, if you have children enrolled in a Toronto school, she wants to indoctrinate them into her deliberately-racially-divisive ideology. And make no mistake about this: while the title of this document may seem remarkably banal, this is actually one of the most sinister documents I personally have ever come across.
“When individuals appear in educational settings, educators have a ripe arena for practice – reflecting upon how individuals embody the unjust systems, through their unconscious embrace of the status quo, and bringing their worldview into the light for scrutiny and reassessment,” she continues. “In the ideal transformation process, privileged learners come to understand their privilege as unearned and unjustified, and building their commitment to more just and equitable systems. Learners with oppressed identities also learn of the unearned and unjust features of their own identity and are encouraged to rally for change.”
In other words, certain people are taught that they are victims and certain people are taught that they are victimizers. They’re taught they’re victims if they’re any one or more of the following: non-white, female, or LGBT. They’re taught they’re victimizers if they’re any one or more of the following: white, male, and heterosexual. In the latter case, they’re to be taught that they’re victimizers for the simple fact of their own existence. Literally.