Apartheid in the C of E – with whites the victims

Jan 24, 2023 by

by Karen Harradine, TCW:

THE concept of racism, like Covid-19, the NHS and ‘climate change’, has reached quasi-religious cult status, especially in the Church of England where bishops and priests gaslight their congregations into believing that they all must be cleansed of ‘racial sin’.

In the summer of 2020, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, hopped on board the anti-Semitic, Marxist Black Lives Matter bandwagon and launched an ‘Anti-Racism Taskforce’. Its report, From Lament to Action, published the following year, suggests that members of UK Minority Ethnic (UKME) groups instruct bishops on the evils of racism through ‘reverse mentoring’. Other priorities are to install ‘racial justice officers’ in all dioceses and ensure that shortlists for senior clergy must have at least one UKME group member. 

This pandering to woke tyrants is now accelerating. Caught up in sycophantic virtue signalling, the C of E trumpets a ‘radical social change’ agenda. Its ungodly Bishops metaphorically self-flagellate by publicly confessing their culpability ‘in reinforcing institutional racism’. 

Sinisterly, children are being indoctrinated into the C of E’s woke agenda. Through its ‘Leaders Like Us’ training programme, the Church plans to double the number of UKME head teachers in its schools. White teachers need not apply.

The C of E’s excuse is that children want to be taught by teachers who look like them. This would be a viable point if it weren’t for the fact that more than 80 per cent of the population in England and Wales is white. The C of E can’t have it both ways. Either it employs mainly white head teachers so that children are taught by those who look like them or admits that it is practising affirmative action, a form of reverse apartheid.

A vital way to overcome racism is not to pander to regressive multiculturalism and the ghettos it creates but to ensure exposure to other races, religions and cultures. The C of E’s woke agenda is the opposite of integration and societal harmony. Growing up in apartheid in South Africa, I felt the paucity of experience from being taught only by white teachers and the lack of exposure to other races.

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