MUST WATCH: Teacher reveals why he refused to spread damaging gender ideology

"I reject DEI and ESG and other sinister acronyms."


On Wednesday, teacher Angel SanMartin spoke out against the indoctrination of children and the push to "separate kids from their families" that is taking place in schools today and said he is not going to be an "agent to confuse kids because it's literally the opposite of what teachers are supposed to do."

In the video shared by SanMartin, he explained that he loved being a teacher and thought "that being a teacher was pretty straightforward, pretty self-explanatory. Teach Kids how to read, teach kids how to write, teach kids history, and have students question authority, narratives, and paradoxes." 

"What's happening nowadays is that there's a push to indoctrinate kids. There's a push to sexualize children, and there's a push to separate kids from families to either directly or indirectly sever those ties, have kids dislike their parents, dislike their family," he said. "Have parental power be transferred from the parents to some sort of state authority, teachers, school districts, principals, superintendents, state Congress people, CPS, whatever you want to call it."

In reference to why he is speaking out, SanMartin said, "I don't know how you feel about teaching the history of a dying empire and not standing up and doing something more to stop it." He continued, "To be an American, you're supposed to be rebellious. You're supposed to fight against tyranny. You're supposed to look at people with more power than you and say, no, like, I have the ability to live my life. If I can sum up the United States in one sentence, of course, ideally, would be you have a right to not have the boot of government stuff on your face, and if we have parts of our government in the United States that insist on stomping on people's faces, and it's up to the people to stand up to it. And that's what I'm doing right here."

"I've taught my students, reject tyranny. That's basically it. What kind of a hypocrite would I be if I don't reject tyranny? Now, what kind of hypocrite would I be if I just keep my head down and protect this?" he questioned. 

SanMartin went on to say why he believes the United States is special. Then he proclaimed that he is not going to teach what "the corporations" want him to. 

"I am not going to engage in critical theory of any kind. I'm not going to deconstruct the United States and compare it to a world that doesn't exist. I am not going to replace the United States flag with any other flag, Pride or otherwise, I'm not going to be forced or compelled to use the pronouns of your choice, or to be used to facilitate your delusions of grandeur. I reserve the right to question anything and everything. I will teach the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly."

"Reality is real. Boys are boys. Girls are girls. We don't make the rules in the society of the 1 percent or the exceptions," He said. "I reject DEI and ESG and other sinister acronyms. I am not a citizen of the world. I don't want to re-engineer reimagine or re-envision our society. I don't want a grand restructuring or a great reset." 

"I am a citizen of the United States of America, which is governed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights," SanMartin proclaimed. 

In recent years parents have begun to stand up and demand access and control of the curriculum that their kids are being taught. Organizations like Moms for Liberty were recently deemed a "hate group" by the Southern Poverty Law Center for not wanting to "co-parent with the government."

There has also been a push to keep children's gender identity issues a secret from parents, with several states pushing to give children medical authority over themselves and taking it away from parents.  

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