With Attitude, Salvation Army Withdraws Its Racist SJW Guide

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The Salvation Army won’t ask anyone to apologize for being white after all.

Too late! We know where you’re coming from SA!

The Salvation Army said it has withdrawn its controversial “Let’s Talk About … Racism” guide following criticism and donor backlash over the text that asked white supporters of the charity group to deliver “sincere” apologies for their race and the past sins of the Church, Just the News reported.

[We can’t apologize for sins other people committed years ago.]

As a result of some of the guide’s more extreme positions becoming public, donors and supporters across the country have been rescinding their support of the organization.

In a statement titled “The Salvation Army’s Response to False Claims on the Topic of Racism,” the 156-year-old organization denies that the purpose of the guide or subsequent discussions revolving around the guide was meant to tell anyone “how to think.” However, the group has also opted to withdraw the guide for “appropriate review.”

The statement of withdrawal, in part, also reads: “The Salvation Army occasionally publishes internal study guides on various complex topics to help foster positive conversations and grace-filled reflection among Salvationists. By openly discussing these issues, we always hope to encourage the development of a more thoughtful organization that is better positioned to support those in need. But no one is being told how to think. Period.”

A few paragraphs later, it states: “We have done our best to provide accurate information, but unfortunately, some have chosen to ignore those efforts. At the same time, International Headquarters realized that certain aspects of the guide may need to be clarified.

“Consequently, for both reasons, the International Social Justice Commission has now withdrawn the guide for appropriate review.”

It’s a pretty combative and resentful statement. They only withdrew over backlash and donations. They still feel the same way. Goodwill is also doing a CRT-type instruction.

The group is perhaps best known for collecting outside stores during the Christmas holiday.


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The+Prisoner
The+Prisoner
7 months ago

That is too late. Charities should not insult donators.

John Vieira
John Vieira
6 months ago
Reply to  The+Prisoner

No more “Nickel on the drum to save another drunken bum”…when you run with those who have been engulfed in Systemic Stupidity…you pay a price !!!

lexington41975
lexington41975
7 months ago

I’m going to rethink who I’ll be donating to. I’ll be making a list and checking it twice. But it certainly won’t be any organization that promotes CRT or racism disparaging whites. They can kiss my horses white privileged butt.
I never donate to “Good Will,” as they are not a 501-c-3 charitable organization. They’re a company who sells donated goods for a profit and pays their employees next to nothing while administration rakes in the profit.
Research: Chartable Organization Expenses and Salaries and who they support. It may have you thinking twice about donating to them.

John Vieira
John Vieira
6 months ago
Reply to  lexington41975

Like their ‘counterparts’, “foundations”, they are set up to ‘enrich’ the organizers/owners/stakeholders…

Legalism
Legalism
7 months ago

Pink Floyd hammer and nail uniforms with a ban sign on the little red bucket, I put the worst beat up washing machine ran over by an 18 wheeler sat outside for years coins and the Zimbabwe minus value coin here. (loud cowbell)
No Legalism, it’s the LAW!