So, I have spent a lot of time researching what you talked about in that video about what if America didn't stop being great. I recently found you channel and would like to share some of what I found on this topic. I had found everything here before finding your channel by the way. All of this was discovered about a month ago. (I posted this to general because it is a mix of politics and history)
Warning: this post is very long, and what I wrote at the bottom is a bit hard to follow. Americans weren't that "racist" in the late thirties to the sixties: https://www.norc.org/PDFs/publications/NORCRpt_119.pdf https://news.gallup.com/poll/3400/longterm-gallup-poll-trends-portrait-american-public-opinion.aspx https://www.crmvet.org/docs/60s_crm_public-opinion.pdf Academia has been moving leftward for a long, long time: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228380360_The_Social_and_Political_Views_of_American_Professors
from doc: "Attending the meeting were representatives of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, MacMil- lan, Prentice-Hall, McGraw-Hill, and Open Court Publishers. The meeting was held to introduce these publishers to the EMBER Readers, and indications are the publishers liked what they saw. According to Open Court Publisher Howard Webber, the Council stands a good chance of turning their WEEA grant into a handy profit by selling its message to a publishing house."
also from doc: "However, the anti-capitalist rhetoric of Guidelines is so vitriolic and appears so often, one wonders how even Leslie Wolfe could have approved the Project EMBER grant after the Council's intent to propagandize through textbooks had been spelled out in detail. Repeatedly in Guidelines the Council indicts the "present economic system" as the reason, sine qua non, for racist and sexist attitudes in this country. For example,
Texts may imply that individual bigots, or groups of ignorant and prejudiced people, are to blame for some unfortunate situation, while ignoring a society that manipulates and encourages working-class divisions.... Because the economic system is not held accountable, students are led to believe that education and greater tolerance will eliminate societal flaws .... Racism, sexism, and economic exploitation are not occasional aberrations of the U.S. system, but deeply ingrained mechanisms of the national social and economic structure." So essentially McGraw-Hill, Open Court Publishers, and Prentice-Hall all "liked what they saw." What they saw was Communist Propaganda. More on textbook indoctrination:
Massively important political science paper: https://sci-hub.tw/https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/106591290205500104
(the only issue here is that it identifies "elites" as just being the congress. This also contains a massive amount of ideas which Moldbug has despite being from 2002.)
Dysgenics as a factor: https://b-ok.cc/book/5301791/bbe31c (I cite the rest of Woodley's research on dysgenics but won't link all of it.)
What I am missing: I cannot find "the academic mind" anywhere.
I have very little good explanations to why the public opinion of White Americans was as favorable to blacks as it was in the late thirties.
I don't have very much information on the history of American school textbooks, and cannot find primary sources from the 20th century.
Many of my claims made below I don't have (sometimes just didn't cite, since it is a waste of time finding all of the studies on these topics) evidence to back them up,
Some of my ideas about what caused this:
The "Mandate of Heaven" (MOH) is a term I will use to refer to how "memeplexes" (memes are ideas in the context of universal Darwinism, capable of evolving to their environment. Memeplexes are packages of memes.) adapt to their cultural environment by pretending to be "the true x." You can think about how Republicans constantly say "the Democrats are the real racists" and "MLK was a Republican." You can also think about how interpol targeted Hollywood by making pamphlets were they tried to argue that "the Founding Fathers were Communist." During the Hungarian Revolution, many of the members of CPUSA apparently (I won't cite this, read about this on your own.) splintered off to more Freedom loving Liberty friendly parties. One of those, was the SDS.
In the bitchute video I posted (https://www.bitchute.com/video/jeroq1tZ2v6W/), alt hype looks at several studies about how the elite opinion is the only one that matters, and that the public opinion has a negative effect. What is something that has a massive effect on public opinion in the future, but is 90% the decision of elites? School textbooks. What does this have to do with the MOH? Well, if the elite are hyperpolorized (I refuse to cite this claim, since there is such a plethora of evidence you can find on it yourself.), the elite are susceptible to MOH manipulation (think Hollywood Communism), and the MOH is largely determined by what you are told as a child, and what you are told as a child is largely a result of the elite being hyperpolorized, then the debates over who has the MOH in the elite sphere are going to have a massive effect on the public opinion. In evolutionary theory there is a thing called "convergent evolution." Convergent Evolution is when there are specific types of things organisms can develop into independently of each other since they are so good (think about how completely unrelated species developed wings). What might be a memeplex (or trait of a memeplex) that would commonly be evolved into? Well, there is a plethora of research into Religious Studies, where it has been found time and time again that there is this type of religion called a "cult." A model for determining whether something is or is not a cult can be found here: https://freedomofmind.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/BITE-Model-Handout-9-23-16.pdf I recommend reading through that and thinking how many are true about SJWs. I only found that the two aspects of cults which aren't present in SJWs are a few in "Behavior Control." Many Cults love to use "MOH manipulation" to get new members, and instill their ideas as the new MOH. Consider Scientology. In the early days of Scientology, they allowed Christians, Jews, and others to be Scientologists. They both called themselves "a church" and "a science." They made plenty of reasonable claims to new members. They "didn't seem to bad." Once you get higher and higher in their ranks you start learning more and more crazier and crazier information about it. It also gets crazier and crazier the longer it exists. Think about how this applies to America (the Meta Cult as alt hype calls it). You can think of the University system as Seaorg of the cult of America. "Race is a social construct," "objective reality does not exist, only personal experience," "Implicit bias and microaggressions are the cause of persisting racial oppression," etc. This is the "Xenu" of the Meta Cult. The Republican Party are the "Jirondins" of the Meta Cult (I might touch more on this later). The Radical Left hasn't always been this crazy. Read the Post-Huron statement, it certainly was no Xenu. In fact, much of the early Communist Infiltration and even the Early Communists themselves didn't "sound that bad." It fit well to the MOH, and once they got power, memes slowly were added to the memeplex evolving it into a cult, with no need of a Leader.