Did I tell you, dear reader, how much I love Isaac Adi! Oh, I didn’t, well let me tell you how much. Isaac and I have known each other for a while now through other people; he’s running for school board in the Lakota district I talk about so much, which has been under attack like most public schools for their implementation of Critical Race Theory. Isaac is a man of color, not that it matters to me, but for visual considerations, people would assume that he might support CRT because of the color of his skin. But, that’s not how Isaac conducts himself. He’s a smart man from Nigeria who fled that country to come to what he considers the greatest country in the world. He came to America for many of the same reasons that many immigrants do, for the opportunity. Opportunities that the rest of the world doesn’t offer. And now he’s a citizen who has been in the United States for a few decades now, and he considers that citizenship to be a great treasure. He has read the Constitution many times back and forth and understands his rights as a human being. I met him recently at an event where we could catch up to each other, and we had an excellent time together. He was speaking at the event included in this article about the dangers of CRT, which is one of his driving reasons for running for that elected office, which I am ecstatic that he is.
Isaac has raised his family in the United States, as his children were born in Nigeria. And as he said in his speech, two of them have grown up and obtained Master’s Degrees taking advantage of the opportunities that can only be found in America. And now he wants to protect those opportunities for a new generation. But he smartly has seen what is going on in all public schools, all across the country. Something he would call a poison to the minds of our children. Over the last year, Lakota schools have made a hard left turn toward outright Marxism using Critical Race Theory as the mask to sell it to the public through “equity” and “diversity.” That is what led to Isaac speaking at that event with others concerned about the same issues. Another school board candidate, Vanessa Wells, also spoke at the event for many of the same reasons, which we’ll get into with their own topics because they deserve that kind of specificity. But Isaac’s story was a touching one, as articulated in the video above. He has a strong accent, and it’s a little hard to hear at times, but it was so refreshing to meet and listen to such a fresh voice from our community who is all in on bringing justice and purity to the school board process, which is often such a sad story. Most people who offer themselves up as school board members, such as the 4 out of 5 that Lakota currently has, are just monstrosities of stupidity and liberal community activism. However, which is the point of talking about this Lakota issue, if you want to drive Marxist influences out of your community, you have to start with the school board. As Isaac says, if the youth are corrupted and destroyed by such an ideology, there will be no tomorrow. All the work we put into our children will be for nothing because liberalism will gain control of their minds and ruin them forever, which is precisely what is going on at Lakota schools with Critical Race Theory.
In many ways, Isaac is the perfect candidate; he’s everything the left politically desires, he’s a man of color, he’s an immigrant, he’s a lot of things they claim they want in the world. But………………… .he’s a conservative. He’s very religious. And he’s astute. He says in his video, which I agree with emphatically, and say all the time myself, if you fail in America, it’s for one primary reason: you are lazy. For those who don’t achieve success, it’s because they aren’t willing to do the work, which is one reason Isaac Adi wants to be on the school board of Lakota. He wants to see that other students get a good chance at life and that they don’t fall into the false narrative of Marxism that is very much poised to destroy an entire generation of young people currently going through the public education system. Isaac wants to be part of the solution, not to add to the problem. As much as it shouldn’t matter, an older white guy running for the same spot would distract from the situation. Still, with Isaac, nobody could look at him and not say he’s the creation of the American dream, a man of diversity, a man of opportunity, a man of intelligence, and a man of God. He’s precisely the kind of man I want to see sitting down with a budget of over 200 million dollars and managing it on behalf of the community. Meanwhile, an outrageous teacher’s union full of radical Marxist ideology seeks to steal it all and turn it into political radicalism at the expense of our children. Isaac is a very nice guy, but he’s not stupid, and I am very excited at the prospect of voting for him this coming fall.
But more than all that, Isaac Adi gets what the problem is. Through way left political ideology that this current school board, except for Lynda O’Conner, has fully embraced, they are poisoning our children. Isaac could turn his back on all that; his kids are grown. He could do as most people do and tune out Lakota because it’s too much a pain in the ass to listen to those idiots cackle like hens in those school board meetings. It takes a particular person to want to deal with the bureaucracy that is hung on everything in public education and do the management required to fight off Marxism and produce truly educated people for the future of our country. What this current school board is doing in many ways is evil because they are endorsing the radical leftist ideology with their complacency. We all are who turn away and allow this poison of Critical Race Theory to corrupt our children and for the school board members to clap it along as if they were building a bonfire with the American flag and all the potential of the future. Great people like Isaac Adi are what you hope rises out of those ashes to put the fire out and fight off all those who want to start it again. He is a solution that many didn’t even know they needed, but once they learn how bad it is, they will be happy to learn that Adi is there and that his love for his community runs deep and is pure. He loves that he came to the Lakota school district as an immigrant and that his family had great opportunities that he couldn’t have obtained anywhere else in the world. But now it’s his time to defend our community from an encroaching evil that is very real and is on our doorstep. And history will judge how we all deal with that evil. The least that you can do, dear reader, is to vote for someone willing to stand up to it. The best thing to do would be to join the fight against that evil. But at the very least, you can vote for Isaac Adi and the terror of poison that he is willing to fight on your behalf.