Obama's Plans For Re-Education Camps
President-Elect Obama's call for involuntary service for all young people in America for periods of three months to two years is nothing more nor less that a transparent plan to allow left-wing racialists to indulge in a little brainwashing along the lines of what goes on in most college settings, namely the demonizing of the diverse white American peoples and the elevation into the moral stratosphere of all non-white Americans and especially immigrants.  The sensitivity fascists who compulsively re-educate college students seem to have noticed that a very large number of young Americans are missing the opportunity to have their thinking fine-tuned at America's colleges and universities.
In case you think this overdrawn, consider that a private group, Rotary, indulges the same purposes during its 14-day-long special camps around the country. I interviewed one person on return from her camping out this summer, and she said that the major thing she learned was that white males have all the power, and that white women need to work with people of color to take it away.  One of the vicious exercises she described was to have all the kids lined up evenly. Then the facilitator will ask something like this, "Those of you who are not frightened by police take one step forward -- those who are frightened take one step backward." 
This is followed by other questions which the African American, Asian American, and Latino kids are experienced enough to understand as a sign to step back, but the diverse young white American kids are clueless that they are being set up.  The end of the exercise is often traumatic for the young white kids because the cultural gap designating "white privilege" is fraudulently sketched out on the living skin of the participants.  Of course, it is a hoax because the non-white participants are wise to the goals of the facilitator and play along.
The best article we have seen on these exercises appeared in ReasonOnLine in March 2000 at:
Even though the article is over eight years old, it still describes how this brainwashing is conducted throughout higher education.  Here is a sample of its text:
"At Wake Forest University last fall (1999), one of the few events designated as "mandatory" for freshman orientation was attendance at Blue Eyed, a filmed racism awareness workshop in which whites are abused, ridiculed, made to fail, and taught helpless passivity so that they can identify with "a person of color for a day."  In Swarthmore College's dormitories, in the fall of 1998, first-year students were asked to line up by skin color, from lightest to darkest, and to step forward and talk about how they felt concerning their place in that line. Indeed, at almost all of our campuses, some form of moral and political re-education has been built into freshman orientation and residential programming."
I urge everyone to read the article and speculate how much more brazen these left-wing racialist tendencies have advanced. Now we'll have them at taxpayer expense at camps and training facilities all across the American nation sponsored by a president who said in 2004 that "acting white" was a scandal and who said in 2008 that there was such a thing as "a typical white person," by which he meant most of the readers of this essay -- not just his grandmother. (No apologies yet on these and other racial slurs by Obama.)
Resisting Defamation has a short section on this issue which is usually called "white privilege" or "white skin privilege" at:
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