Courage Comes in Many Forms

By | June 27, 2021

[June 27, 2021]  I live in a relatively rural area of Southern New Jersey.  It is where you can feel safe walking in a local park and watch children playing on the playground.  But the number one issue is exploding crime.  The number two issue is the decline of our school system and its infection by Critical Race Theory, which the overwhelming majority hate.

Folks I never thought would own a gun have gone out and bought one.  People are attending school board meetings for the first time.  Things are changing, and changes in attitude and behavior are moving at an unprecedented rate.  Folks are standing up to be heard before elected officials, discuss crime and CRT in their homes and at church, and are no longer being “Mr. Nice Guy (or Gal)” when it comes to these issues.

I was pleased and surprised to see several young children addressing public school boards on the evils of CRT.  CRT and its attendant left-wing indoctrination, regardless of the changing name, is deeply embedded in schools across the nation.

A good friend sent me a video of a 15-year old boy calling his High School into account for its commitment to political indoctrination.  I recommend you watch it all.  The kid is good, and it is under five minutes.  He says that he will go on to a successful career, and it is too bad for his school that they won’t be able to count him as an alumnus.

Facebook post of a 15-year old High School student can be found here:

Many other videos are showing everyday folks, from every walk of life, confronting left-wing school boards.  And, just yesterday, I found another one of them as a young girl, 9-years old, addressing her school board.  She is calling her school into account for reneging on its promise to ban political posters, including BLM posters, from school.  She is a pleasure to watch.

YouTube video of a 9-year old girl confronting school district over BLM posters can be found here:

This is the kind of grassroots activism that will drive the scourge of racism from our public schools.

Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I'm Doug and I provide at least one article every day on some leadership topic. I welcome comments and also guests who would like to write an article. Thanks for reading my blog.

21 thoughts on “Courage Comes in Many Forms

  1. rjsmithers

    Real leadership and real courage. They go together and cannot be separated for any reason.

    1. Dale Paul Fox

      Absolutely amazing, eh! These kids know more about reality than the crazy nutjobs that run their schools. What a great way to teach kids the courage to stand up to evil. Even little evils like so many school boards.

  2. Rev. Michael Cain

    Crime is the number one issue in America today. And Pres Biden says that it is guns that are causing all the crime. Is that a stupid comment or what? People cause crime, not tools (guns, knives, hands, feet …). He is doing the PC dance because he knows (at least I think he knows) that the majority of violent crime is perpetuated by a small minority of people and they are the ones that voted him into office (not considering voter fraud).

  3. Forrest Gump

    CRT is racist. It is evil at its core. Why anyone cannot see that is beyond my comprehension. Why? Stupid is, as stupid does. Where did I hear that from? Oh, yeah.

    1. Pooch T.

      Pow, another push against the rage. Thanks Forrest for your humor. This CRT stuff is really bad. When you start to see kids standing up against it, then wow, that is all I’ve got to say.

      1. Harold M. Smith II

        Yes, evil. I agree that it is amazing that so many ordinary people are sucked into the Marxist ideology (which has a horrific history). Why? Must be fear. As more and more stand up to push back on this craziness, maybe more will come around to finally saying, “enough is enough,” and throw out the bums who are for racist CRT.

      2. Eduardo Sanchez

        Good comments today in Gen. Satterfield’s forum. This is what leadership is about:
        1. Recognize evil.
        2. Do something about it.

  4. Guns are Us

    I woke up early this morning to find that others had beat me to the comments forum. …. okay …. but I just want to say that this is what makes me want to read more and see more when even kids are figuring out that they must push back on the Marxist-leftist ideology of schools in the US.

  5. Tony Cappalo

    Wow, great article. I like it because when I see courage, it makes me feel better about the human race. But there are plenty of crazies out there, like the snowflakes in college, that make me sick with their nazi-like tactics.

    1. Randy Goodman

      You got that right Tony. This website by Gen. Satterfield, is starting to be the GO TO place for real leadership.

  6. Doug Smith

    Loved these videos, Gen. Satterfield, thanks for linking to them for me. I enjoy it each time I see courage in action. These kids should be called what they really are …. heroes. Heroes are great to measure our worth by. Give them a hug and hire them now. They will be some great leader in the future. School board members will forever be remember as trying to destroy America.

    1. Stacey Borden

      Your actions echo thru time, as Gen. Satterfield has noted on several occasions in his blog. I am a reader for many years on his blog and I can tell you that he is laser focused on finding courage wherever it is. This article attests to it. Go Go Go … any kid willing to stand up to their school board is a hero to me.

      1. Yusaf from Texas

        You got that right Stacey. Kick ’em out!!!!! And kick ’em out NOW !!!!!

      2. Tony B. Custer

        Finally, people are standing up to stupidity. NO MORE MR. NICE GUY.

        1. JT Patterson

          Yep, you hit the nail on the head with that comment Tony (and others). Do something about the decline of America. First thing is to show zero respect for (P) resident Biden and his dimwit sidekick Kammmmalllla Harris.

          1. Otto Z. Zuckermann

            Oh boy, have I got a lot to say about that Cluster F*** duo but I will refrain from it here. Thanks guys for speaking truth.

  7. Eric Coda

    Yeah, the kids have more courage than adults. What’s up with that?


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