The most popular theme of the Left is that of “White Power and Privilege.” Everywhere you turn, someone is pointing to the “biggest problem in America,” white people. Even though we have seen our first black president, we are still an “oppressing culture.” How is that possible?
Social Justice is something that the left uses to cover the injustice they wish to perpetrate against those who have wealth in our country. “White Guilt” is exploited for political power and financing. And as this vague and undefined concept is more broadly accepted, our universities seem ready to accelerate this agenda.
Ohio State University will be offering a new course in the spring semester that will focus on how to “identify microaggressions” and “systems of power and privilege,” The College Fix reported.
The syllabus says the class will offer insight into developing “an understanding of major social justice concepts.”
The course literature includes a reading list with works such as, “Waking up White: What it means to accept your legacy, for better and worse,” and “Readings for diversity and social justice.”
According the syllabus, the class will “grasp their role within greater society and how they can work to create social justice.”
So what does that mean? If we only look at the definition of this term, we are given a clue as to its true character.
[mass noun] Justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society: ‘individuality gives way to the struggle for social justice’
Now overall this sounds good. Everyone is given the same opportunity and privilege. But there is the one thing that should give us pause, the first clause. “Justice in terms of the distribution of wealth,” should scare us a little.
The first word “Justice,” should make us wonder because justice is equitable retribution or the legal and right punishment of someone for a crime committed. So then, those who hold to “social justice” believe that those who have are guilty of wronging those who have not.
This is a socialistic concept, which leads to the confiscating of wealth from those who have obtained a status or level in society. However they came to have this wealth, it had to be on the backs of those who do not have wealth. In other words, no matter what the poor did to contribute to their poverty, they are righteous and the rich are wicked.
Then another troubling word is discovered. “Distribution.” But by whom? The ready answer is the government. They have both the ability and the power to take from those who have and give it to those who do not have. And they are gearing up to do just that, here in America.
The National Association of Social Workers writes:
Social work is a practical profession aimed at helping people address their problems and matching them with the resources they need to lead healthy and productive lives.
Beneath this practicality lies a strong value system that can be summarized in two words: social justice. Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities. Social workers aim to open the doors of access and opportunity for everyone, particularly those in greatest need.
What are they talking about? What country do they think this is? Are we in Tsarist Russia? No, this is America, but they do not see this country as we do. And they do not want our children to see it as we do either.
This Social Justice course should be understood for what it is, Socialistic training of our youth to fight and destroy capitalism. They want to take from you and give your wealth to those who have not earned it.
But the Bible calls that injustice, it is theft.
Article posted with permission from Constitution.com