A video from six years ago from Reconciliation Australia, one of the main anti-white NGOs pushing this in schools
Teaching white kids to hate themselves is now the official policy of every white country. Except Russia.
I wonder who could be behind this sickening agenda?
Childcare centres have been accused of trying to make toddlers feel ashamed of their country by teaching them Australia was stolen from First Nations people.
More than 7,000 schools and daycare centres are registered with Reconciliation Australia as having a formal ‘acknowledgement of country’.
Many childcare centres have been urged to commemorate January 26 as Invasion or Survival Day while others recite an Acknowledgement of Country daily.
Childcare centres and preschools are the latest to become embroiled in the divisive Australia Day debate leading up to the national public holiday this Friday.
The move has sparked outrage from NSW Libertarian Party MP John Ruddick who accused childcare centres of ‘indoctrination’.
Aussie Childcare Network, which is a leading provider of childcare resources, has created a calendar of events.
January 26 is listed as ‘Yabun, celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures, Invasion Day, Survival Day, Australia Day’.
The network suggests that providers mark Australia Day by flying the Aboriginal flag at half-mast, observe a moment of silence, or include an Acknowledgement of Country in the morning
Stunning and brave
Celebrating on a different date altogether was also suggested.
SDN Children’s Services Bluebell, in the ACT, teaches kindergarten kids about ‘stolen land’.
They weren’t even living on the land!
They were nomadic and just wandering around in the woods eating fruits!
This is a hoax!
‘The preschool children are used to acknowledging Country, and know they gather on Ngunnawal land, the place of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples,’ the ACT-based centre states on its website.
‘The foundation for this learning begins when the children enter the centre as infants.
‘Now older, preschoolers participate in enquiry-based learning – the daily ritual of acknowledging Country is built upon with explicit teaching about stolen land.’
The learning about First Nations extends to other activities such as story-time, singing and group discussions.
‘We think about how we can do something to be respectful and actually influence improved outcomes,’ the centre director states.
‘We don’t want to just teach about the injustices that have and do happen, but do something that contributes to countering it. So we teach and model respect.’
The divisive debate surrounding Australia Day has prompted some centres to not celebrate the day while others will do ‘green and gold’ themed days.
Early Childhood Australia encourages providers to build relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to bring about positive change to communities.
Sounds like a good way to get white kids addicted to paint-huffing.
However, the peak early childhood advocacy organisation has ‘stopped short of providing too much direction’ to providers to ensure educators are mindful of the different connotations January 26 has for Indigenous families.
‘It’s the date that’s controversial,’ Early Childhood Australia chief executive Samantha Page told The Australian.
NSW Libertarian Party MP John Ruddick said that children were being ‘indoctrinated to feel ashamed of their country’.
‘Every nation has a national day to reflect on what’s good about their homeland,’ he said.
‘Seems to be only in Australia we have this ever-escalating culture war and now we’re doing all we can to indoctrinate infants to be ashamed of their country.’
If it wasn’t for whites, Abos wouldn’t even know not to get drunk and sleep on the road.
Whites have to go to Abo areas and make PSA announcements telling Abos “look, we get it. You get tired, so you need to sleep. You can lay down and have a sleep anywhere you like – except on the road.”
The idea that the wealth of Australia should have been totally abandoned and left to these primitives is an interesting theory. But if this had happened, we would simply be paying them to breed, as we are the rest of the primitive peoples on earth, and they would have completely wrecked the local environment, destroying all of the animals and natural beauty.