Why Children Think White Males Best Exemplify a Person

~ HHS asks: Why do children believe that white males—more so than black males, white females, or black females—best exemplify a person? ~

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is now paying a private university $40k for a new study on the “developmental trajectory of children’s beliefs that white males—more so than black males, white females, or black females—best exemplify a person.” The three-year research project, to be conducted by academics at New York University (NYU), seeks to uncover why kids “favor whiteness and maleness over other identities,” according to the grant announcement issued by HHS.

I could have answered that more quickly and for less $40k it is going to cost taxpayers to underwrite this nonsense. Kids are not stupid until they are taught stupid things.

Why White Males Might Best Exemplify a Person

It only takes a glance at the history of our country, and the history of Europe, to discover that white males have done more to build this country than any other demographic. While women and other races have certainly been a part of building our great nation, and clearly there were native people of color already here, it was white males who discovered our country, white males who explored our country, white males who founded our country, white males who planned and built our cities, white males who led our nation as presidents, politicians, military leaders, inventors, businessmen, investors… the list goes on.

Why do we villainize and downplay the role of white males in building this great nation? Although feminists, other races and the U.S. government have sought to discredit and overlook the countless contributions of white men throughout our history and even into today, it is time to realize and recognize that we would not have a first world nation in the USA if it were not for the wisdom, dedication, sacrifice, and long-term planning of white males. I’ll take it a step further and say most of these great explorers, planners, and leaders from history were straight, white, CHRISTIAN men.

It does no discredit to women or other races to point this out. It is not “racist” to look back at our history and discern this. It is simply truth. When did facts become racist or sexist?

Presidents of the US

The U.S. government study on why children believe that white and males—more so than black males white females, or black females—best exemplify a person is a colossal waste of taxpayer money. Kids know know George Washington was a white male. They know the founding fathers were white males. They know Paul Revere was a white male. They know that that Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were white males, Wilbur and Orville Wright were white men, Charles Lindburgh was a white man, Alexander Graham Bell was a white male… The list goes on. All of our presidents except one have been white males, and the exception, Barack Obama, was at least 50% white and raised for several years by his white grandparents.

And it is OK for kids to think these important figures from our country’s history exemplify the best qualities in a person.

In spite of what the HHS, the U.S. public education system, the mainstream media, Critical Race Theory, Hollywood, feminists, BLM, socialists and leftists are trying to push down our throats, this country was discovered, explored, founded, planned, and led, by and large, by white, Christian, males. Their rich history of discovery, dedication and sacrifice gives us all something to aspire to. We need more strong, masculine, men like these to stand up and be counted in our culture today.

Rather than try to make kids overlook history, why don’t we teach them that with study, application, dedication, sacrifice, determination and prayer, any kid–regardless if they are male or female, black or white– can grow up to have the same great qualities of dedication, determination, sacrifice and faith?

There you go, HHS. Let me know where I should send my $40k bill for answering the question why kids think whiteness and maleness best exemplify a person. I’ll even cut you a discount.

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