The latest to join the list of corporations subjecting their employees to horrific race propaganda is Walmart, which used to tout "Buy American" because it supported "American jobs" and families, as this 1980s-era commercial notes:
Today, however, Walmart is busy telling its white employees they are racists and that the country that built the Walmart empire is 'systemically racist' as well.
City Journal's Mark Rufo has the details, citing materials leaked to the publication:
Walmart Inc. has launched a critical race theory training program that denounces the United States as a “white supremacy system” and teaches white, hourly wage employees that they are guilty of “white supremacy thinking” and “internalized racial superiority.”
Walmart launched the program in 2018 in partnership with the Racial Equity Institute, a Greensboro, North Carolina, consulting firm that has worked extensively with universities, government agencies, and private corporations. The program is based on the core principles of critical race theory, including “intersectionality,” “internalized racial oppression,” “internalized racial inferiority,” and “white anti-racist development.”
According to the materials, Rufo says that Walmart has trained some 1,000 employees since the program's launch and has made it mandatory for its corporate executives, while it's only being recommended for hourly wage earners in the company's many stores (that will change, however).
When Rufo reached out to the company, a spokesperson confirmed the divisive materials and said that Walmart “engaged REI for a number of training sessions since 2018” and has “found these sessions to be thought-provoking and constructive.”
Rufo, who has been blowing the whistle on American corporations forcing their workers to become subjected to this society-destroying material, added that in Walmart's case, "the program begins with the claim that the United States is a 'white supremacy system'" that was established by white Europeans strictly “for the purpose of assigning and maintaining white skin access to power and privilege.”
That itself makes no sense when you consider the language of the Declaration of Independence and the fact that the Constitution does not contain the phrase "for white people only."
The program goes on to claim that white Americans are regularly subjected to “racist conditioning” which serves to indoctrinate them into a “white supremacy" mindset, or the view “that white people and the ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and actions of white people are superior to People of Color and their ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and actions.”
Following the principle that “diagnosis determines treatment,” the Walmart program seeks to create a psychological profile of whiteness that can then be treated through “white anti-racist development.” Whites, according to the trainers, are inherently guilty of “white privilege” and “internalized racial superiority,” the belief that “one’s comfort, wealth, privilege and success has been earned by merits and hard work” rather than through the benefits of systemic racism.
Walmart’s program argues that this oppressive “white supremacy culture” can be summarized in a list of qualities including “individualism,” “objectivity,” “paternalism,” “defensiveness,” “power hoarding,” “right to comfort, “and “worship of the written word”—which all “promote white supremacy thinking” and “are damaging to both people of color and to white people.”
The materials tend to follow the same kind of critical race theory garbage that is increasingly being introduced in American public schools by the same left-wing mindset that is responsible for the destruction of democracies and free societies throughout the history of the planet.
And now they are coming for America, and are being assisted with like-minded haters who run corporations that used to tout and even celebrate America.
But this isn't just a run-of-the-mill case of hypocrisy. It's part of a concerted effort to destroy the one true bastion of freedom and liberty the world has ever known.
In the meantime, shop somewhere else if you can.