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The ubiquitous “red kettle.” Cheerful bell ringers, beckoning holiday shoppers to toss in a few bucks for the less fortunate among us. My how times have changed since the first red kettle was set up on an Oakland street corner in 1891 — particularly for white donors. Along with your holiday donations this year, white people, the Salvation Army beseeches you to offer a “sincere apology” to Black people.

For “systemic racism,” of course.

Needless to say, the “Christian” organization has strayed a bit from its previously chosen non-judgemental path — particularly in its embrace of Marxist-derived Critical Race Theory.

Put simply, if you’re white, you’re guilty. 

In materials prepared for its 1.5 million members, @SalvArmyIHQ uses terms that echo radical “anti-racism” jargon and the teachings of critical race theory. via @kennymxu @DailySignal https://t.co/ETEJkgmay6

— CPWatson (@CPWatson2) November 25, 2021

As “luck” would have it, the Salvation Army has created an “International Social Justice Commission,” which has developed a handy-dandy “help guide” to “educate” white donors, employees, and volunteers called Let’s Talk about Racism that espouses the belief that Christianity itself is “institutionally racist,” and therefore “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.

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.

“Simply because of the color of their skin.” Hmm. You mean like charging, trying, and convicting the entire white race of “systemic racism” simply because of the color of their skin? How convenient.

Done with Salvation Army——-> DISGUSTING: Salvation Army Wants White Donors To Offer A “Sincere Apology” For “Systemic” Racism. https://t.co/yVcFOIP9eE

— Uncommon Sense (@Uncommo17621849) November 25, 2021

But here’s the thing. As is the case with all CRT lunatics, the Salvation Army wants you to know that you

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