I’ve read about this sort of thing before, of course, although I’ve been fortunate enough so far to not have been required to endure a stint in the re-education camps myself (give them time):
Judicial Watch today released previously unseen USDA videos revealing a compulsory “Cultural Sensitivity Training” program requiring USDA employees to bang on tables, chanting in unison “The pilgrims were illegal aliens” while being instructed to no longer use the word “minorities,” but to replace it with “emerging majorities.” Judicial Watch received the videos pursuant to a May 18, 2012, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
The sensitivity training sessions, described as “a huge expense” by diversity awareness trainer and self-described “citizen of the world” Samuel Betances, were held on USDA premises. The diversity event is apparently part of what USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack described in a memo sent to all agency employees as a “new era of Civil Rights” and “a broader effort towards cultural transformation at USDA.” In 2011 and 2012, the USDA paid Betances and his firm nearly $200,000 for their part in the “cultural transformation” program.
This is the sort of thing that’s been flying under the radar, although there’s little question in my mind that it’s only the tip of the iceberg of what’s already occurring, and that the plan is to make it the wave of the future as well. And note that those who are doing this seem fully aware that, if people were to find out about it, a lot of them would be incensed. So best keep it as secret as possible:
USDA Training Administrator, Vincent Loran, in an October 10, 2011, email previously revealed by Judicial Watch, asked Betances for a copy of a training video vowing to keep it secret. “It will not be used for or show [sic] in any way shape or form,” Loran promised.
Of course, training sessions like this serve to only offend at least some people, and solidify their opposition to PC thought. But they work quite nicely on others, who’ve already been softened up by an educational system that more and more is dedicated to this sort of thing as its most pressing task, far more pressing than actually educating either the majority or the minorities—oops, emerging majorities—it is supposed to serve.