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Woke-a-bye baby – how to rear an eco-warrior


WE ALL know about the woke indoctrination fired off in schools at pupils from year 1 onwards – penguins with two daddies, drowning polar bears, etc. Now the Stupid Woke are peddling their dysfunctional propaganda to toddlers, and there appears to be plenty of material to choose from.

Those who have yet to reach their second birthday, and whose vocabulary is only just developing around the basics of ‘Mama’ and ‘Dada’, can have the joys of Green propaganda pummelling their ears with the Electric Car Song, which came up on my one-and-a-bit-year-old granddaughter’s Spotify toddler playlist.

I am sure the stirring opening lyrics ‘Electric car, quiet and clean, gonna save the planet with elec-tricity; electric car, quiet and smooth, gonna save the world with zero fumes’ immediately awakened her political instinct with the desire to save the planet from CO2 asphyxiation and unbelieving thugs like me.

It goes on: ‘You’re environmentally friendly, you’re so Green; we charge you up when you’re empty, then you run so clean’; soon she’ll be putting her pocket money into a giant piggy bank to invest in a nice, clean, green machine when she’s old enough to drive.

Further lyrics will play on her heartstrings to save the family pets: ‘All the animals and people in town, can breathe fresh air when you drive round’. They’ve really got the propaganda off pat for the young and susceptible – emotional blackmail on steroids.

There’s plenty more toxic mind-control material available for progressive parents who want to kindle the incipient woke crusader in their infant, and probably saddle them with mental health issues stemming from an induced mixture of fear, confusion and depression.

Here are a few choice print selections:

A is for Activist. The description on Amazon defies parody: ‘An ABC board book written and illustrated for the next generation of progressives: families who want their kids to grow up in a space that is unapologetic about activism, environmental justice, civil rights, LGBTQ rights and everything else that activists believe in and fight for. The alliteration, rhyming and vibrant illustrations make the book exciting for children, while the issues depicted resonate with their parents’ values of community, equality and justice. This engaging little book carries huge messages as it inspires hope for the future.’

Letter D is the one for the fresh-out-of-nappies communist playgroup infiltrators: all about democracy, it has the blue donkey that doesn’t ‘get it’ butting heads with the red elephant resplendent in communist-style cap.

The letter E page has a drawing of mother and daughter, each with one arm raised, fists clenched, affirming the words on the page:

Equal rights
Black, brown, or white.
Clean and healthy is a right.
Every place we live and play
Environmental justice is the way!

For those who want to start their little one off on the right track even earlier in life, there is Woke Baby, by Mahogany L Browne. It alludes to the revolutionary black nationalism group, the Black Panthers – ‘Look at your fists, fingers curled into a panther’s claw . . .’ According to this board book, ‘Woke babies are up early, raise their fists in the air, cry out for justice, and change the world’.

Another must for parents with dreams of getting their children to turn the world woke is the board book AntiRacist Baby, by Dr Ibram X Kendi, founding director of the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research. Its early pages picture a baby in a carry-sling at a protest with his or her father, fists raised and clenched, with placards proclaiming, ‘Equity Now’, ‘We Demand Justice’ and ‘Black Lives Matter’. The next page says: ‘AntiRacist baby is bred, not born. AntiRacist baby is raised to make society transform’, and shows a placard held by a young boy with the words ‘Climate Justice Is Racial Justice’. 

Chairman Mao would be proud.

For my own young grandchildren, my antidote to this attempted indoctrination by the Stupid Woke, in nursery, in school, and in the technology they are programmed to crave, is to get in first and bring them up on a diet of Wacky Races, the Secret Seven, a love of the outdoors, the unbridled excitement of powerful motorcycles and fast sports cars, and a moral code that is clear about right and wrong and the dangers of compromise; an inherent suspicion of authorities, governments, politicians and school; a questioning attitude, desire for truth, and the courage to rebel against the restraint of conformity; and endow them with a confidence in themselves and their own abilities – then they have at least a fighting chance to retain their independence of mind, and freedom of thought and expression.

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John Hale
John Hale
A semi-retired would-be poet, with a keen interest in politics and a love of the countryside, over 35 years of world-wide business development experience, and most importantly nine grandchildren. His substack, Driving Out the Money Changers, is here.

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