SISSY WATCH USA: NYC Mayor Eric Adams, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, Harvard’s Institute of Politics

SISSY: an effeminate man or boy also : a timid, weak, or cowardly person.


The culture warrior’s favorite weapon is a myth called “social justice.”

This is not equal justice under the law, but is an effort to give justice to a few at the expense of the many.

Social justice takes many forms: from the Black Lives Matter riots, to the police targeting one race, to defunding the police activists, to the branding of one group as “racists”, to the teaching of social justice programs like Critical Race Theory in our public schools, colleges and universities.

This edition of Sissy Watch USA is dedicated to two individuals and one university who are complicit in creating an atmosphere and pushing of “justice for me but not for thee” propaganda.

Both of our sissies, one male and one female, are black. That’s a fact and neither a racial nor a homophonic slur.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams

Newly elected New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a former NYPD officer bragged about targeting White people when he was a police officer. Adams clearly stated, “Every day in the police department I kicked those crackers ass.”

Watch:

Now New York has a mayor who hates whites and crackers asses, and he doesn’t mean those Saltines crackers asses made by Nabisco, no pun intended.

Brittany Packnett Cunningham

Brittany Packnett Cunningham is a social justice activist, an MSNBC legal analyst and the co-founder of Campaign Zero. Cunningham was a member of President Barack Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and was Executive Director for Teach for America in St. Louis, Missouri.

Teach for America lists it’s challenge as:

Potential is equally distributed across lines of race and class, but in America today, opportunity is not. Teach For America is working to realize the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence, and lead.

Teach for America clearly wants equal outcomes, not equal opportunity. What we do now is that black children suffer more because they are highly likely to come from a broken family than not. This simple fact greatly impacts both their potential and opportunities to succeed.

Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing had the following mission:

The mission of the Executive Order was clear: The Task Force shall, consistent with applicable law, identify best practices and otherwise make recommendations to the President on how policing practices can promote effective crime reduction while building public trust.

[ … ]

The task force generated 59 recommendations with 92 action items.

Read the full Task Force on 21st Century Policing report.

Underlying themes of the Task Force were:

  1. Change the culture of policing.
  2. Embrace community policing.
  3. Ensure fair and impartial policing.
  4. Build community capital.
  5. Pay attention to officer wellness and safety.
  6. Technology.

The Task Force also had recommendations. For example, Recommendation 1.2 Law enforcement agencies should acknowledge the role of policing in past and present injustice and discrimination and how it is a hurdle to the promotion of community trust.

Recently MSNBC legal analyst Brittany Packnett Cunningham said on Thursday, February 3rd, 2022, on “The ReidOut” that the slogan Make America Great Again reflected a desire to return to “days when you could lynch or murder black folks.”

So, Cunningham has fully embraces injustice and discrimination against anyone and everyone who supports making America great, again.

Clearly Cunningham was indeed trained by Michele Obama, as it says on her t-shirt.

Harvard University’s Institute of Politics

Why did we included Harvard’s Institute of Politics in this edition of Sissy Watch USA?

On September 22nd, 2020 Harvard’s Institute of Politics hosted a virtual study group with IOP Fellow Brittany Packnett Cunningham.

According to the study group “Radical Imagination at the Grassroots” overview:

We know the phrase, “all politics is local.” Still, we rarely interrogate the trajectory of local politics and the grassroots organizing that transforms it. As the struggle for racial justice expands across the world, new hotspots of protest and focus have emerged, while cities that were ground zeroes in previous years have engaged in long term fights against police violence and the carceral state. In this session, we will first explore this concept of the radical imagination that will guide our series, and then continue on to explore the wins-and the wins that became losses-that cities like Ferguson and Los Angeles have experienced that have informed the seemingly quick transformations of cities like Minneapolis. If abolition is possible-how can it come to be?

According to the book The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity by Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish:

The radical imagination, then, is that spark of difference, desire and discontent that can be fanned into the flames of social change.

This sounds very much like Obama’s fundamentally transforming America mantra. It also reflects Biden’s Build Back Better agenda.

The Bottom Line

What we are seeing in politics, in our law enforcement, in our public schools and in such prestigious institutions as Harvard University are concerted efforts to fundamentally produce a new world order and a generation built upon the goal of fundamentally transforming mankind into a dystopian mythical radical, and racially, reimagined world.

WATCH: ‘Our Schools Are Being Turned Into Indoctrination Camps’:

They are fanning the flames of the discontent of their own making in order to light the spark which has burned U.S. cities like Ferguson, Missouri and Los Angeles, California to the ground.

Gird your loins we’re in for a rocky racist ride ahead.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

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