The leaked, unclassified document, published internally on May 6th, 2022, but never released publicly before The Daily Wire’s investigation, identifies itself as a “a glossary of terms and language commonly used in dialogue regarding diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice” and cites such CRT race hustlers as Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi.
It provides definitions for terms such as “queer theory” and “white fragility” as part of its expansive guide to 327 social justice terms that blame “white Europeans” for engaging in “settler colonialism” and warn of “transmisogyny” (the intersection of transphobia and misogyny — now you know).
The document also pushes queer theory as an approach that “critically deconstructs and challenges binaries such as male and female or heterosexual and homosexual.”
“I just can’t overemphasize how shocking this is,” Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL), who viewed the document, told The Daily Wire. “I’m a member of the Intelligence Committee in the House and it is an authentic document.”
“This isn’t some kind of diversity document, with terms like white fragility and definitions of whiteness and ‘ze’ and ‘zir’ in, say, the Small Business Administration,” Waltz continued. “This is the NSA, the National Security Agency, one of the most powerful agencies in the world, that the world has ever seen.”
The glossary also works to undermine the very founding of the United States, blasting America’s founders in its definition of “settler colonialism: “Settler colonialism typically includes oppressive governance … and enforcement of codes of superiority,” before charging “examples include white European occupation of land in what is now the United States.”
The NSA also claims that structural racism is a “feature of the social, economic, and political systems in which we all exist,” calling it the “most profound and pervasive form of racism.”
“It is disturbing that this is what the senior leadership of one of our most critical intelligence agencies is worried about when we literally have the world on fire,” Waltz said. “Those holding the keys to power, those with their finger on the nuclear button or on incredibly powerful surveillance capabilities” are being “indoctrinated that our civilian institutions are inherently racist, are systemically misogynistic and have a colonialist past and therefore bad.”