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Chris Stewart Tells a Story and Asks if It Makes Any Damn Sense

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Chris Stewart
Chris Stewart is the Chief Executive Officer of brightbeam. He is a lifelong activist and 20-year supporter of nonprofit and education-related causes.


  1. Good is good and evil is evil. That has not changed. What has changed is a social/political blurring of the line between the two. This is not new. What we are witnessing is a resurgence of an ancient phenomenon, one that promises ease and comfort, but delivers death. Just like the kids sacrificed in ancient times. buried under the foundations of pagan temple buildings, kids today are sacrificed to entitlement elitism of pagan idolators who hold power in the public school system.

    Black kids are sacrificed to live a living death as their dignity is denied by progressive/leftist policy makers. Why have high numbers of black kids been sacrificed? Chris, to best answer that question you should not limit your critical vision (light) to white progressives. Acknowledge black leaders who for years have been defending this egregious predatory idolatry. Bring the light of Truth to the dismal, hypocritical, state of black leadership who “enables” leftist poison to hold black communities captive……and you will then make great strides in bringing about needed change. Keep up the good work.


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