As someone who lives in reality, who sweats and works with his hands, it’s easy to forget that people actually believe critical theory.
Steve Toth was berated by such a person on the House floor today. In fact, it was the world’s first Pansexual colored woman of color from Clint, Texas who identifies as a an Owlkin, and also is a State Rep and also is named Mary Gonzalez doing the berating.
First time it’s ever happened.
We have closely followed Gonzalez’s ascent to power, and it keeps getting weirder. Here she is on the house floor while putting my mental health in danger by unveiling her face.
Current Revolt cannot confirm, but she may be taking anabolic steroids in an effort to try and evolve into a transgender. What else could she be injecting?
Apparently, according to her Wikipedia, she has a Master’s Degree in social justice. The joke’s on her because all college degrees are degrees in social justice.
Apparently, she also has a PhD in critical theory, she said as much on the house floor today.
What can you even say? A pansexual Latina with a worthless PhD getting uppity and harassing a white man in a public meeting using bizarre lines of questioning is a good a summary for the current state of Texas.
The bulk of the exchange was Gonzalez shaking with anxiety and asking Toth how many books he had read on critical theory.
Watch the microagression here:
Now that critical theory, critical race theory in particular, has become a subject that people are more aware of, I will try to talk about this topic more. It is colloquially known as the “woke” ideology, and it’s something I’ve been very interested in for some time. Essentially, this is a totalizing ideology that seeks to take over everything. Until the last few months, people didn’t even understand the basic premise behind these systems, so educating them was a tall order.
The main purpose of critical theory is to break down culture so it can be replaced with a new culture. The main method used by adherents to CT is to just criticize and whine. In the words of Marx, “criticize everything ruthlessly.”
It’s actually a very low IQ system, because it’s merely the same formula applied over and over. All critical theorists do is swap out the domain specific terms to fit whatever the author is trying to destroy.
For example, I learned recently there is a critical nutrition theory.
So if you wanted to create a critical nutrition theory from scratch you would start with a hypothesis like, systemic racism/sexism/xenophobia in X leads to pansexual woman of color being underrepresented as professional nutritionists, therefore these oppressed communities are being underserved which leads to Y and Z. They would dress up the edges of this theory, and it would be published with a straight face.
Mary Gonzalez is in a cult of linguistic manipulation, and she truly believes creating parallel disciplines to real fields of study, and giving words double meanings like “inclusion” is a serious area of research.
You’re seeing this everywhere because critical theory never ends, which is the entire point. Antonio Gramsci, an influential figure in critical theory, said the purpose of CT was to create a religion that must overwhelm Christianity, so naturally we have zealots like Gonzalez.
The problem we run into is that these systems are self-replicating and they use linguistics with extreme effectiveness.
I can tell you, we’re way behind on this. I believe Gonzalez was correct in her assertions that Toth doesn’t actually understand CRT. My evidence for this claim is Toth’s bill would not ban CRT at all. It was merely red meat for Republican voters. Although, it is very good he is forcing a debate about it, so it’s a net positive.
The good news is people are finally starting to wake up, if not simply for the fact that the rhetoric attacking white Americans coming from these critical theory people has gotten so extreme. It’s very much a crossing of the Rubicon situation. You can’t blame one group of people for literally everything bad in life and then wave your hand and take it all back at a later date.
It is going to be a long fight against this issue, and it’s very serious. However, take solace in that it is a paper tiger.
The situation is that this woman plans to rule over you by threatening to call you a racist, and you are never allowed to disagree with her psychopathic worldview that everything is controlled by a systemic injustice conspiracy theory.
It’s an ambitious plan. Hope it works out for you Mary!
(P.s. This is why hardcore first amendment protections are needed for Texans, with political speech being treated as a civil right with employment protections for political activity outside of work hours.)