The transformation of America demanded by social justice groups and Democrats includes the total collapse of traditional Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, much to the pain and pleas from the participants of the former programs, the transformation of children’s scouting in the United States is now seemingly complete.
Boy Scouts succumbed to almost a decade of constant assault by the left and filed bankruptcy in 2020, ending a proud American tradition for American boys, and making way for Girl Scouting to take over it’s ranks.
And unlike the Boy Scouts who were forced to accept girls, non-Christians and homosexuals in their troops, the new Scouting programs call for segregation for themselves and their agenda. Now it is OK to be separate and to have associations for like-minded people.
Now Scouting for children is no longer about life and survival skills, but social justice.
— Ms. Foundation for Women (@msfoundation) July 21, 2020
Enter a new program for girls, the Radical Monarchs.
From Bullfrog films a new documentary on the group shows, “Queer besties and community activists Anayvette Martinez and Marilyn Hollinquest wanted to empower the young women of color in their Oakland, CA neighborhood, by setting up a youth group. Instead of selling cookies, these girls march on LGBTIQ+ Prides; instead of learning to sew, they meet activists from the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter.”
— lilmissfergus (@lilmissfergus) July 21, 2020
Although Girl Scouts did take a radical turn, themselves with the introduction of planned parenthood activism and Michelle Obama as a national spokesperson, the Radical Monarchs claim they are not at this time affiliated with Girl Scouts.
In a new documentary, federally funded National Public Radio (NPR) is pushing the Radical Monarchs into public mainstream conversation, making sure that all little girls who are brown feel better about themselves, earn badges for protesting and demand segregation from others, and all little girls, who are not brown, feel guilty about their skin color and feel bad and rejected.
"The situation for Black and Brown people is worse than I have even known in my lifetime. It's my desire to plant seeds in the hearts of those who will take them… you have big work ahead of you."
– Cheryl Dawson, former member of Black Panther Party #RadicalMonarchsFilmPBS
— Cathery Yeh (@YehCathery) July 22, 2020
— Cathery Yeh (@YehCathery) July 22, 2020
Radical Monarchs want little girls to learn “herstory” instead of “history’, as they are led by “queer women” leaders, to learn social justice.
Check out the trailer for @RadMonarchsDoc
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— We Are the Radical Monarchs – Documentary Film (@RadMonarchsDoc) June 3, 2020
According to their website:
“A group of tween girls chant into megaphones, marching in the San Francisco TransMarch. Holding clenched fists high, they wear brown berets and vests showcasing colorful badges like “Black Lives Matter” and “Radical Beauty.” Meet the Radical Monarchs, a group of young girls of color at the front lines of social justice.
Set in Oakland, a city with a deep history of social justice movements, WE ARE THE RADICAL MONARCHS documents the Radical Monarchs – an alternative to the Scout movement for girls of color, aged 8-13.
Its members earn badges for completing units on social justice including being an LGBTQ ally, the environment, and disability justice. The group was started by two, fierce, queer women of color, Anayvette Martinez and Marilyn Hollinquest as a way to address and center her daughter’s experience as a young brown girl. Their work is anchored in the belief that adolescent girls of color need dedicated spaces and that the foundation for this innovative work must also be rooted in fierce inter-dependent sisterhood, self-love, and hope.”
PBS broadcasted the premier and will be streaming the movie.
— We Are the Radical Monarchs – Documentary Film (@RadMonarchsDoc) July 22, 2020
“Blown away. Feeling so inspired to be more radical!!! Thank You,” a “diversity outdoors,” personal trainer wrote after seeing the movie.
The movie will be streaming live, at taxpayer expense for one month.
THANK YOU all for tuning in last night for the premiere of @RadMonarchsDoc on @PBS! Missed the broadcast? You can stream it now on @POVdocs and the PBS Video App. #RadicalMonarchsFilmPBS https://t.co/p0Era2NQAn
— POV on PBS (@POVdocs) July 21, 2020
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776