Though the mainstream media often falsely accuses President Donald Trump’s administration of ginning up racial animosity and tension, it appears that it is they who are truly hellbent on driving America’s various races apart like a wedge.
Take Vice magazine, for instance, which ran a despicable piece last month accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of running a “white supremacist Department of Justice” because he avidly supports our men and women in blue and is waging a campaign against sanctuary cities that violate federal law.
The same leftists who smeared Sessions as a racist and “white supremacist” later ran a piece about “what it’s like to take a vacation away from white people.”
“We followed a group of women to the Women of Color Healing Retreat in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, a travel experience that emphasized yoga, vegan food, and political education seminars — and specifically banned white people,” read Vice’s new report, which was published last week.
Apparently, a bunch of black racial grievance mongers have been fleeing the United States to get away from white people for a short bit, and the folks at Vice thought it important to not only advertise these grievance mongers’ racism to the world, but actually celebrate it as well.
Included with the report was the following mini-documentary:
As of Monday morning, the video had 7,000 down votes versus 3,000 up votes, and its comments had been disabled. I assume the “safe space” babies at Vice couldn’t handle the criticism.
And yes, I assume there was a lot of criticism, because the remarks made by the participants were certainly deserving of it.
“In Omaha it’s very segregated,” said one participant, identified as Alexis Bromley of Omaha, Nebraska. “It can be very isolating if you are a person of color. It’s hard in Nebraska because it’s a red state, so you just don’t know who you interact with on a daily basis — if they believe you are lesser, you are inferior, and how that, in turn, can affect me.”
But what does it say about Alexis that she needed a vacation from white people? Moreover, what does it say about her that she has automatically prejudged conservatives as racists? I’m a conservative East Indian. Am I racist too? Do I hate black people and view them as inferiors?
Better yet, what does it say about so-called Women of Color Healing Retreat’s founder, Andrea X, that she forbids white people from vacationing at her resort?
“My tip to white people is to let us have our space, let us have our room, and go hang out with other white people. We’re OK. You know, you’ve done enough damage,” she said in the video.
But it gets worse. She admitted that she “decided one day to just eliminate white people from my personal life” because of their allegedly racist behavior, which apparently included “microaggressions” and “passive-aggressiveness.”
“And ever since then, my life has been way more breezy,” she said.
Look, I get the need for a vacation from the struggles of life. I could use one too, to be honest. But this idea of taking a vacation specifically away from white people — it’s racist, folks. What’s so ironic about it, though, is that these women claim that they themselves are fleeing the purported racism of “microaggressions” and “passive-aggressiveness.”
In other words, to get away from the racism they imagine themselves to be the victims of, they’ve chosen to themselves become full-fledged racists.
So ironic, so sad.
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