Founded in 1865 in London, England, as both an anti-Christian church and an international charity, The Salvation Army has now adopted the Theory of Racism.
Its first “red kettle” was founded in Oakland, California in 1891 and since then millions of people have dropped coins and bills into their kettles while a smiling person repeats “Merry Christmas” ringing a portable bell forever.
Unfortunately, this Christian organization, like many others that have strayed from the sole purpose of advancing the Gospel, is now pursuing the racist ideology marketed by anti-Semitism activists. Caucasians including Abram Kendi.
The organization is covering the idea of Black Lives Matter, an activist group, considered by some to be domestic terrorism, is working to “remove white privilege” and “disrupt the nuclear family structure dictated by the West”.
The leadership team of the Salvation Army just created a “International Social Justice Commission” developed and released a “resource” to educate white donors, volunteers, and staff called Let’s talk about racism. It asserted institutionally racist Christianity, called on white Christians to repent, and offered a “sincere apology” to blacks for being “opposed.. to blacks.. or the culture, values, and interests of the black community.”
“Many people have believed that we live in a post-racial society, but racism is very real for our brothers and sisters, who are denied jobs and housing, are denied basic rights and suffered brutality and oppression just because of the color of their skin,” one lesson explains. “Christians have an urgent need to appreciate our faith-based racist attitudes and practices, and to live faithfully in today’s world.”
In a chaperone Guidelines for the Study of Racism, The Salvation Army authors explain that all white people are racist, even if they don’t realize it.
The subtle nature of racism is that people without a sense of racism easily operate with the privileges, power and interests of the dominant nation, thereby inadvertently perpetuating injustice.
The “Sunday School Curriculum Uses Only White Pictures and Images” is an example made to perpetuate injustice.
“We must stop denying the existence of individual and systemic/institutional racism. They exist and are still working to keep white Americans in power,” the lesson reads.
For me and my family, we supported all aspects of Salvation Army until they repented, became sober, focused again on helping and bringing people together. together, without division as corporate social justice activists.
https://smartzune.com/disgusting-salvation-army-wants-white-donors-to-offer-a-sincere-apology-for-systemic-racism/ WHAT: The Salvation Army wants white donors to issue a “sincere apology” for “systemic” racism.