RACE WAR Salvation Army wants white donors to offer a "sincere apology" for their racism

oops

Veteran Member
Every time I pass the kettle...I will make dang sure they see me stop n pull the money out...stop...look at them n put the money back in the pocket ...then I will tell them exactly why I will never donate a freakin cent to their azzez EVER ...so feed up with this crap...
 

Border Collie Dad

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Along with coins this Christmas, Salvation Army wants white donors to offer a "sincere apology" for their racism
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Richard and Janet Munn are leading the Salvation Army's push to get its white donors to apologize for being racist. | Salvation Army/DifferenceMakers.org
By Central Nova News Reports
Nov 23, 2021

The Salvation Army wants its white donors to give it more than just money this Christmas season. Its leadership is also demanding they apologize for being racist.
It's part of a push by the Christian charitable organization to embrace the ideas of Black Lives Matter, an activist group working to, among other things, "dismantle white privilege" and "disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure."

The Salvation Army's Alexandria-based leadership has created an "International Social Justice Commission" which has developed and released a "resource" to educate its white donors, volunteers and employees called Let's Talk about Racism. It asserts Christianity is institutionally racist, calling for white Christians to repent and offer "a sincere apology" to blacks for being "antagonistic.. to black people or the culture, values and interests of the black community."

"Many have come to believe that we live in a post-racial society, but racism is very real for our brothers and sisters who are refused jobs and housing, denied basic rights and brutalized and oppressed simply because of the color of their skin," one lesson explains. "There is an urgent need for Christians to evaluate racist attitudes and practices in light of our faith, and to live faithfully in today’s world."

In an accompanying Study Guide on Racism, Salvation Army authors explain that all whites are racist, even if they don't realize it.

“The subtle nature of racism is such that people who are not consciously racist easily function with the privileges, empowerment and benefits of the dominant ethnicity, thus unintentionally perpetuating injustice," it says.
"Sunday school curriculum that only uses white photography and imagery" is an example given that perpetuates injustice.
"We must stop denying the existence of individual and systemic/ institutional racism. They exist, and are still at work to keep White Americans in power," the lesson says.

"These systems give privileges to white people"
Let's Talk about Racism pushes arguments identical to those of leading "Critical Race Theory" purveyors Robin DiAngelo and Henry Rogers (a.k.a. Ibram Kendi), whose work is recommended by Salvation Army authors.

DiAngelo and Rogers (Kendi) claim that any observable difference in relative behavior or accomplishment between racial groups is due to the inherent racism of whites, arguing against the traditional American concept of equal opportunity in favor of the Marxist-inspired goal of equality of outcome.

"Structural racism.. is the overarching system of racial bias across institutions and society. These systems give privileges to White people resulting in disadvantages to (blacks)," reads a Salvation Army lesson.
Proponents of "Critical Race Theory" don't believe whites, Asians or Hispanics can avoid being prejudiced against blacks. They want them to demonstrate what they call "anti-racism" in favor of blacks, helping to establish lower standards for them than they do members of other racial groups, or making cash "reparation" payments to blacks as compensation for alleged previous racism.

"Stop trying to be ‘colorblind’. While this might sound helpful, it actually ignores the God-given differences we all possess, as well as the beautiful cultures of our Black and Brown brothers and sisters," Let's Talk about Racism explains. "Instead of trying to be colorblind, try seeing the beauty in our differences, and welcome them into your homes churches and workplaces. Being colorblind also ignores the discrimination our Black and Brown brothers and sisters face and does not allow us to address racism properly."

Founded in 1865 in London, England, the Salvation Army is both a protestant Christian church and an international charitable organization. Its first "red kettle" was set up in Oakland, California in 1891.
National advisory board members include Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones, Chick-Fil-A Foundation President Rodney Bullard and charter school pioneer J.C. Huizenga
My green money is racist, too.
 

Tristan

Has No Life - Lives on TB
One thing that really pisses me off is that Cary and I have given a large donation every year at Christmas, and have given donations to them off and on throughout the year. We were getting ready to make that donation again this year. We've been doing this for many years. Now, they come out and slap us in the face? What an insult! I feel betrayed. I think I'm going to tell them how I feel the next time I see a bell ringer.

look at it this way, your money is saved by the bell!
 

tiredude

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at the risk of being flamed......has this been verified? I have given plenty to this organization because it is one of the last whose expenses to charity make sense. If true they are finished..... the only people that give them a contribution are white middle classers.......
 

RememberGoliad

Senior Member
at the risk of being flamed......has this been verified? I have given plenty to this organization because it is one of the last whose expenses to charity make sense. If true they are finished..... the only people that give them a contribution are white middle classers.......
Story in Newsweek supplied a page or so ago. Story's out there in several different forms and locations. Enough for me.
 

1911user

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at the risk of being flamed......has this been verified? I have given plenty to this organization because it is one of the last whose expenses to charity make sense. If true they are finished..... the only people that give them a contribution are white middle classers.......
I wanted to verify it for myself as well. I went searching and found a newsweek article among many other references and questions. Here's a link to the Newsweek article (post 87):
 

SageRock

Veteran Member
The Salvation Army has apparently been infiltrated with the purpose of shutting it down. This latest maneuver will likely help to achieve the eventual demise of the Salvation Army. This sort of slow disintegration also helps to disconnect people from one another and to increase mistrust and anger.

As private charities cease to exist, those in need will be more and more inclined to look only to the government for help.

All part of the program of tyranny.
 

TammyinWI

Joyful, Patient, Thankful
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Thank you and God bless!


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bassaholic

Veteran Member
The Salvation Army is great in my city for the homeless. They have an awesome shelter and living arrangements for those that have jobs (I have a good friend living there).

I donate all kinds of stuff to their stores but not anymore.

I feel bad that I even donated some cash for their Thanksgiving meals.
 

Bridey Rose

Senior Member
I've decided that I'm my own favorite charity until I've finally purchased and set up a self-sufficient homestead. So I didn't feel too bad about passing by the bell ringer without putting anything in the kettle on my way into the grocery store yesterday.

Now I'm considering asking the grocery store manager to remove the nuisance bell ringer outside the store who's collecting money to support an anti-white, racist organization that promulgates CRT. I may even tell them I plan to shop elsewhere if they don't remove the racist bandit!

Plus I haven't been too impressed with the treatment I got when on the receiving end of their food bank operation. I had moved to a new area to better practice my Christian faith and needed help getting established, so I applied for their food assistance, which I received after fillling out paperwork and enduring an interview. But I found the folks at the food collection site to be stingy, miserable, and not at all Christian.

And when I donated furniture, their collectors tried to back out of the collection because the daybed was too bulky to carry. They insisted that I disassemble it before they would take it and were pissed that I was taking too long to do so.

So this latest frou-frou over their request that we apologize for living while white doesn't surprise me. :p
 
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Jeff B.

Don’t let the Piss Ants get you down…
And, this is gaining some legs... it might even make Fox later this weekend or next week. I've seen it on several other websites and I did go to the Salvation Army website and do some reading. In the main, its very true. They have a Task Force and plan to combat racism.

Jeff B.
 
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