(Rallying Patriots) – “Tolerant” and “loving” leftists have been vehemently promoting hate for the last several years but their efforts have drastically been ramped up over the course of the last year.
Ever since George Floyd’s death in May of 2020, the radical left has gone off the deep-end with dangerous critical race theory and other ideologies aimed at victimizing minorities, mostly black people, and demonizing white people.
It doesn’t matter if white people don’t think they’re racist or behave racist in any way, shape or form. Critical race theory dictates that ALL white people are racists and all black people are in some form or another helpless victims of this racism.
CRT also promotes the idea that all institutions revolve around “white supremacy” and that white people have designed society in a way that they get maximum benefit from the suffering of black people and other minorities.
Anyone being brainwashed with this garbage is going to inevitably develop a hatred for white people and that’s exactly the goal of those behind promoting CRT.
It looks as though Target is now a proponent of radical CRT. It’s been discovered that the far-left company is now selling a book that includes a “prayer” from a black female pastor seeking God’s “help” to “hate white people.”
The book by Sarah Bessey is titled “A Rhythm of Prayer” and contains passages from multiple authors. It’s listed for $14.87 on Target’s website and is under the store’s “Religion + Beliefs” section and under the “Christian Life” subsection.
We are pretty confident that there is nothing “Christian” about praying to God for Him to “help” you hate an entire ethnic group.
The controversial prayer in question was authored by Chanequa Walker-Barnes who holds a doctorate despite being totally and completely oppressed by white people. The “prayer” is titled, “Prayer of a Weary Black Woman.”
Ryan McAllister, a pastor in Alexandria, Virginia at Life Community Church, tweeted images from the book showing this particular “prayer” on Wednesday and said that one of the members of his church sent him the images of the “devotional.”
He added that the passage is “completely anti-biblical.”
On Saturday, one of the members of my church sent me these images of a “devotional” she found in Target. This kind of thinking is a direct result of CRT and is completely anti-biblical. I shared the first page on Saturday but let me now share the whole thing for context: pic.twitter.com/oiRxHQXY53
— Ryan McAllister ن (@RyanTMcAllister) April 5, 2021
The “prayer” is anything but “Christian” and reads more like a plea to the devil than to God.
The author is asking God to help her “hate white people” or “at least want to hate them.”
“At least, I want to stop caring about them individually and collectively. I want to stop caring about their misguided, racist souls, to stop believing that they can be better, and they can stop being racist,” author Walker-Barnes writes.
She goes on to point out that she isn’t referring to the woke “white anarchist allies” who have dedicated their lives to fighting racism but rather the “nice” white people. The ones who just want to mind their own business and treat everyone equally. You know, them. The ones “who are happy to have [her] over for dinner but alert the cops every time an unrecognized person of color passes by their houses,” as well as those “who claim the progressive label but are really wolves in sheep’s clothing.”
“Let me stop seeing them as members of the same body,” she writes.
Target has not responded to an inquiry from FOX Business over the book but the author of the passage spoke out on Twitter Wednesday saying she wrote the “prayer” after a white person she “would have called a friend at the time — dropped the N-word in a casual conversation.”
She went on to say that she is only “one generation removed from sharecropping” and that the N-word is “traumatic AF.”
What’s wild is I wrote that prayer after a White person – someone I would have called a friend at the time – dropped the N-word in a casual conversation. Y’all, I’m one generation removed from sharecropping. That word is traumatic AF.
— Dr. Chanequa (@drchanequa) April 7, 2021
This is exactly the kind of toxic hatred that will never bring unity to America. This supposed “prayer” is itself racist and should be condemned, not sold in retail stores.
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