Chinese administration’s English broadcaster creates cartoons targeting American children and promotes critical racial theory


The Wisconsin-based non-profit Mythinformed, which has recently been working to limit the effects of authoritarian ideologies, has been announced by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Beijing to “promote awakened ideologies” for American children. I posted a tweet warning that I am doing it. reference In a cartoon video produced by the administration’s English broadcaster China Global Television Network (CGTN) in September 2020.

CGTN promoted Critical Racial Theory (CRT) in a four-minute video, encouraging parents to shape their children into racial activists.

At the beginning of the video, it says, “Racism is passed down from generation to generation.” In one scene in the cartoon, a white kid tells a black kid, “You can’t be Spider-Man, you’re black.” The video also directs parents to use “examples from everyday life and news” to educate their children about being “anti-racist.” The video ends with the narrator telling the viewer “not a racist” and keeping things in their current state. Being an “anti-racist” can help guide children into a brighter future. “

The entire video is institutionalized with racism deeply rooted in every aspect of American society, with “white supremacism” and racism being Hispanics living in the United States compared to blacks and whites.

CGTN is classified as one of the six “foreign missions” in the United States to warn Americans that content from broadcasters is controlled by CCP.

Since this video was uploaded to YouTube about a year ago, it has been severely criticized by viewers and more viewers dislike it than they like it. It got a lot of attention after Mythinfomed posted a propaganda clip to his Twitter account on August 16th.

In the comments section of Twitter, a netizen named Jim Hanson DC wrote: Another netizen pointed out that the CCP didn’t even study Spider-Man because Miles Morales, the person who portrays Spider-Man in the latest Spider-Man movie, is actually black.

Asians among Lambs to CRT Massacre: Educational Advocates

On July 10, Zhao Yu, the founder and chairman of the Asian-American Education Union, wrote an article entitled “Why Asians Should Oppose’Critical Racial Theory'”.

Replacing “white” with “landlord capitalist”, “colored race” with “proletariat”, and “racism” with “class oppression”, CRT can be an airbrush version of the current class struggle theory. I understand. It is being promoted as a race war theory. The CRT says that racial repression in the United States is ubiquitous and that “racism” needs to be addressed “yearly, monthly, and daily” to achieve “racial equality.” “I will.” Zhao wrote.

Zhao ridiculed the Chinese Communist Party leader Mao Zedong in his article. Mao Zedong made a famous statement at the plenary session of the CCP Central Committee in 1962. “Class struggle must take place yearly, monthly and daily.”

Zhao said that Asians are also in the “anti-racist struggle” that is in full swing throughout the United States today, fueling internal social conflicts under the guidance of the CRT, such as the Black Lives Matter Movement. He pointed out that he was watching him become a “fat sheep”. Under the butcher’s knife.

He has an example of canceling the SAT score in high school aimed at achieving “racial equality” in educational outcomes, and Harvard, Yale, and other prestigious universities across the country are now racial and ethnic. Cited the fact that he considers to be an important factor. Their college admission process strongly supports CRT.

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On September 1, 2016, Georgetown University junior Deja Lindsey, 20, speaks on her cell phone in front of Healy Hall on the Washington campus. Georgetown University prioritizes admission to the descendants of slaves owned by the Maryland Jesuits. Part of an effort to redeem the profits from the sale of enslaved people. (AP Photo / Jacklin Martin)

African-American father confronts CRT

Over the past six months, many parents, including Asian-Americans and African-Americans, have gathered to oppose the CRT curriculum that has been implemented in schools in at least 26 different states.

Christopher Rufo, a senior researcher at the Manhattan Institute, shared a video of his black father’s speech at the school board on August 19. Of the remaining small embers. “

In this clip, the father said: “I am a direct descendant of the North American slave trade. My parents are both black, my four grandparents are all black, and my eight great-grandparents are all black. [and] All 16 of my great[-grandparents are black].. On my mother’s side, my ancestors were enslaved in Alabama. On my father’s side, we were enslaved in Texas. I’m not oppressed. I am neither oppressed nor a victim. “

After hearing his opening line, the audience gave his father a standing ovation. He goes on to say: [and] I am treated literally from coast to coast with kindness, dignity, and respect. I have three children. They are victims, but they are not oppressed either. I taught my children that they were victims of three things: their own ignorance, their own laziness, and their own poor decision-making. “

According to local media, after the speech by the father and others, the school board voted 3-2 to ban CRT from District 49 of Colorado Springs.