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'No Whites Allowed' Safe Space Created for County Employees Battling COVID


What does a more perfect union in 21st century America mean? No white people allowed. Welcome to 70 percent white Multnomah County (Portland), Oregon. [Oregon County Says “No Whites Allowed”, Zero Hedge, May 1, 2020]:

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“No whites allowed” safe space for employees of Oregon county

Do you know what’s been missing from the government’s response to coronavirus?

You might think– ‘more testing kits’, or ‘honest information’.

Nope. According to at least one county in the US state of Oregon, the biggest issue right now is establishing “safe spaces” where no white people are allowed.

This is how Multnomah County, Oregon is rewarding its employees who are working during the pandemic: the county government announced that one of their departments will host “a grounding space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) employees to share, heal, connect, and get grounded in a space that is not dominated by whiteness.”

The safe-space was announced in a daily report to county employees fighting coronavirus.

When asked, a county spokesperson assured the public that it is perfectly legal to discriminate against their white employees.

She explained, “The space excludes no one. It is based on shared lived experience not identity. The same way our employee resource groups for veterans, parents, and people with a disability are based on life experience and not identity. All are welcome here.”

Except white people.

Try to wrap your mind around that double-speak.

Discrimination against white Americans is basically the de-facto state policy of not just Oregon, but all other 49 states of our union.

Portland, Oregon, where Multnomah County is located, represents the future of this nation.

Originally appeared at: Unz Review