Iran vows to eradicate Jews at UN ''anti-racism'' conference | Beaufort County Now | another example that left's CRT "anti-racism'' is code for "racism''

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The CRT term "anti-racism" has always been Orwellian Newspeak for "racism" and the latest proof of that comes from a UN ''anti-racism'' conference.  Iran's Foreign Minister used the conference to vow to "totally eliminate Zionism" , another way of saying "eliminate Jews".  Even worse, nobody called him down for it.  It looks like that in the view of the current UN, Hitler's "final solution" would also be an example of what they now call "anti-racism".

The Jewish people are one target of the far left CRT (Critical Race Theory) agenda, but so are all white people, and many of them are not so fond of Asians, either.

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( September 25th, 2021 @ 2:02 pm )
What will the Beaufort County School Board do on Critical Race Theory? It appears that they are crawfishing, letting our liberal bureaucrat administrator have control. If they do not ban it, it is time to get some new school board members. The cited example is just one more showing how despicably racist that CRT is.

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