Kirk Cameron: Public schools prepare children for critical race theory, ‘sex chaos’ and ‘racial confusion’


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Award-winning actor Kirk Cameron has blasted America’s public schools for becoming fertile ground for far-left progressive agendas, including critical race theory, Nikole Hannah-Jones’ 1619 Project and gender ideology .

“The problem is that the public school systems have gotten so bad. It’s sad to say that they do more for grooming, for sexual mayhem and the progressive left than for any real education about the things that most people do. ‘between us want to teach our kids,’ he told TAUT News Digital. The solution to the problem, he said, was for parents to take charge of their children’s education and teach them at home. To make his point, the award-winning actor referenced his upcoming film, ‘The Homeschool Awakening.’

The film follows the journey of approximately 17 homeschooled families who react to misconceptions and stereotypes. In the film, Cameron also discusses his journey to homeschooling his six children with his wife, Chelsea.

Kirk Cameron and Chelsea Cameron in “The Homeschool Awakening,” which will be released June 13-14.
(The awakening of school at home)

Cameron’s father, grandmother and grandfather were teachers. He pointed out that there are many excellent teachers in the United States, but the school system prevents them from being a “light in the darkness, [and] transmitting the kind of values ​​and virtues that have made this nation the freest, strongest and most prosperous in the whole world. »

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Cameron challenges the perspective that raising a child should be left solely to so-called experts, without parental input. “And that’s just a fundamental difference in the way we look. Who has been given the sacred responsibility of raising our children? Is it the parents or is it the government?”

He then sharply criticized “those who rot the minds and souls of American children” and said they were “spreading a terminal illness, not education”.

Kirk Cameron speaks with Fox News Digital about what he calls left-wing indoctrination in public schools.

Kirk Cameron speaks with TAUT News Digital about what he calls left-wing indoctrination in public schools.
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“And you can take your pick. Just go through the list. The things that destroy the family, destroy the church, destroy the love for our great country: critical race theory, teaching children to choose their pronouns and to decide if they want to be a boy or a girl, the 1619 Project,” he said.

Cameron said the “genesis” of the creation, what would become a two-year project, was the novel coronavirus pandemic. Around this time, he said, parents were finally beginning to see what schools were teaching their children.

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“If we send our children to Rome to be educated…we shouldn’t be surprised if they come back Roman,” Cameron said. “If we want them to… love God and love their neighbor and feel gratitude and gratitude to live in the United States of America, the freest country in the world, then you must teach them these things … I realized that there was no better way for our family to do this… then to bring them home and join this rich and robust community, with tons of programs to be able to have the flexibility and freedom to raise our children the way we wanted to be raised.”

The film

Kirk Cameron’s film “The Homeschool Awakening” is about 17 families who decided to homeschool their children.
(The awakening of school at home)

“Homeschooling wasn’t on our radar screen because we had these misconceptions and stereotypes like so many people. Like, you know, it’s like Quakers and Amish, and how could you teaching your kids enough to get them into college? And socializing?” Cameron said. However, after going through the process, Cameron learned that his children were able to socialize with people of all ages and that the world was his children’s classroom.


“When you’re together as a family…you’re able to travel,… [and] you’re not locked into a schedule that everyone else is locked into, … you can discover your own individuality and uniqueness … And that really lends itself to a healthy, thriving community in your home,” he said.

A family jumps off a cliff in

A family jumps off a cliff in “The Homeschool Awakening”
(The awakening of school at home)

“Yes, there are tough days. Yes, there are times when you just feel like pulling your hair out. But that’s nothing compared to wanting to go back and start all over again. If you see that your kids have taken a route and you cannot withdraw them, [asking] how did they lose faith? How have they been drawn into an ideology that undermines everything that will lead to their success?

“They learn to reject a God, … they learn to reject our country. And how did that happen? Well, that’s the kind of regret we don’t want as parents. And so, if we’re ready to put in a little more effort and time now, we’ll be so glad we did and we’ll raise our hands in gratitude and say, ‘Thank you for waking up and seeing the light. ‘ And millions of parents are.”


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