California Curriculum Urges Prayers to Aztec Deity of Human Sacrifice and Cannibalism – Calls For “Counter-Genocide” Against White Christians

The ethnic cultural agenda has produced some head-scratching proposals. In the name of ethnic diversity, these radical pursuits are canceling ethnicities and religious beliefs that they do not agree. The whole process represents insane hypocrisy.

However, a recent proposal in California crosses a line into a disturbing dark side. Christian prayer has been erased from our schools because it offends a few. But chanting pagan prayers to Aztec gods of human sacrifice and cannibalism is somehow a noble activity to engage our youth.

If this were not a true ambition by a radical faction of the liberal left, it would seem to be reserved for a paperback novel plot scripted for a second-rate Hollywood waste of money motion picture. It's not.

This is a real agenda to force California children to praise and worship ancient cannibalistic gods. The only thought that comes to mind for anyone with an ounce of common sense must be, "are you really kidding"? They're not.

Having children chant satanic incantations is absurd enough, but there's another demonic twist to this necromancy. The new program, innocently named Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, cries for a decolonization of the United States.

In the name of ethnic diversity, these crazed radicals believe the work should begin with counter-genocide against white Christians. This isn't a curriculum to promote an honest discussion about ethnic diversity and inclusion in America.

It is a premeditated plot to gut American society. With America's core strength and values, exemplified in the Christian family unit; this makes it a target for this radical assault. California's ethnic studies curriculum has a dark side, to sacrifice the heart of America, through our children.

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