Kindergarten Teacher Confesses To Plot Against America, Israel

An organization called Woke Kindergarten has been delivering anti-America messages to children in California. The group is headed by Akiea Gross, who identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns. She calls herself an “abolitionist early educator” who aims to “heal” and “liberate” young Americans while being fiercely opposed to the existence of the United States; she dreams of a world without the US “empire.” Gross furthermore wishes for the destruction of Israel and states her support for “a free Palestine from the river to the sea.”

Woke Kindergarten furthermore believes that all schools should be abolished. Gross describes her ideal world as one where children are not formally educated but learn in “ecosystems of community care.” Such ecosystems would provide for everybody’s needs; “nobody would want for anything,” music would play “everywhere,” while people “make art out of everything.” Ms. Gross argues that in such a world, people would write poetry and have “so much joy” that we would need “somewhere for it to land.”

The woke warrior campaigns not only for human rights, or even the rights of Earth’s species, but expresses her solidarity with “Human, non-human animal & extraterrestrial alike.”

Shockingly, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that an elementary school in Hayward spent $250,000 for its kids to be “educated” by Woke Kindergarten, only to find that test scores had dropped afterward. The school contracted the organization for three years; two years in, scores in English and math fell to record lows. Less than 4% of the overwhelmingly Hispanic school population was proficient in math and less than 12% in English.

Hayward Unified School District Superintendent Jason Reimann defended the decision to hire the woke group and said it drove attendance up by 20% and made pupils “feel safe.”

Tiger Craven-Neeley, a trainee teacher at the school, told reporters that the kids were taught about “whiteness” and how to “disrupt” it, and America was referred to as “the so-called United States.”