Kory Yeshua and his little girl filmed a message for activists who are pushing Critical Race Theory in schools across America, and they didn’t mince words.
As the idea that America is a nation built on slavery by white supremacists becomes more accepted, the deconstructionists make it clear that the only way to remedy systemic racism is to dismantle our founding. However, the agenda doesn’t end there. In fact, they insist that our children must be trained to be “anti-racist,” a label which isn’t at all what it implies.
Critical Race Theory (CRT) teaches a dismal view of American history and that whites are collectively racist while blacks are collectively moral. As such, white children must be cleansed of their inherent racism while their melanated peers are given privileges in order to remedy their perceived oppression.
Understanding the evil and racist doctrine of CRT, a loving father decided to film how he teaches his daughter about race relations in an era in which all problems are blamed on white supremacy. His message is not only correct but the ultimate antidote to the left’s racial division and tribalism.
The father, identified by his Instagram and TikTok as Kory Yeshua, begins by showing his audience that he has instilled in his daughter the principle of judging people by the content of their character and not by the color of their skin. He then delves deeper into why he refuses to teach his daughter the dogma of CRT.
“Daddy teaches you you can be anything in this world that you want to be. Right? Don’t daddy teach you that?”
“Yeah, and it doesn’t matter if you’re black or white or any color,” the child adds.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, brown,” he lists before they both add “yellow.”
It’s obvious that the father is deeply invested in his child, as the little girl confidently and logically answers each of his statements in her own words.
“And how we treat people is based on who they are and not what color they are,” he says.
“And if they’re nice and smart,” the little girl adds.
“See? This is how children think right here,” the father tells his audience. “Critical Race Theory wants to end that. Not with my children. It’s not going to happen. My baby’s going to know that, no matter what she wants to be in life, all she has to do is work hard and she can become that.”
The dad beams with pride at each of his daughter’s responses. The child’s answers don’t appear to be scripted or coached but seem to stem from years of fatherly wisdom and instruction. She ends the video by urging viewers to pray for those who have animosity toward others, bringing the pair’s message full circle.
“Work hard and even though you don’t know anyone, you can make friends,” the child says.
“Yeah, you can make friends no matter what color they are. So we need to stop CRT point-blank, period. Children do not see skin color, man. They love everybody. If they’re good people, they love them,” the father says.
“We pray for people that are hurt,” the little girl concludes.
With schools adopting CRT as the foundation for their curricula, race-based schooling is replacing merit-based learning. Those who are considered white are told they are inherently racist while their minority peers are convinced that they’re oppressed by their peers no matter how hard they work.
This philosophy sets up both sides for failure and pits children against one another. Critical Race Theory and the “anti-racist” movement are racist to the core, and they’re chipping away at equality and unity in our very own classrooms.