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On the day Joe Biden was inaugurated, he announced that white people are racist. He went on to say that white people in government are also racist, which means we have “systemic” racism.
The announcement, coming as an Executive Order, states that:
Equal opportunity is the bedrock of American democracy, and our diversity is one of our country’s greatest strengths. But for too many, the American Dream remains out of reach. Entrenched disparities in our laws and public policies, and in our public and private institutions, have often denied that equal opportunity to individuals and communities.
Our country faces converging economic, health, and climate crises that have exposed and exacerbated inequities, while a historic movement for justice has highlighted the unbearable human costs of systemic racism.
It is therefore the policy of my Administration that the Federal Government should pursue a comprehensive approach to advancing equity for all, including people of color and others who have been historically underserved, marginalized, and adversely affected by persistent poverty and inequality.
Affirmatively advancing equity, civil rights, racial justice, and equal opportunity is the responsibility of the whole of our Government.
Now, Biden is cementing his order in the form of a new global special representative with far-reaching powers. Because we must punish white people for their sins.
As part of its Equity Action Plan, the State Department will announce on June 17 a Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice.
In its April Equity Action Plan, the State Department first introduced the Special Representative position. As the Special Representative, he or she will have extremely broad authority, since he or she will be responsible for “institutionaliz[ing] an enterprise-wide approach to integrating racial and ethnic equity.”
The email states that “advancing equity, addressing systemic racism, and strengthening democracy worldwide” are “national security imperatives and core tenets of President Biden’s foreign policy.”
Despite the Special Representative’s responsibilities for “promoting systems of inclusion that mitigate bias, discrimination, and violence” with “fostering more inclusive societies,” past efforts on behalf of the United States government have been unsuccessful.
In Afghanistan, the federal government spent almost $800 million promoting gender equality, but it failed because of “traditional gender norms,” reported the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction.
Additionally, the Special Representative will be responsible for “countering disinformation and societal violence aimed at… marginalized racial and ethnic communities,” according to the email. As of now, disinformation is being countered by the State Department’s Global Engagement Center, which primarily targets Russia.
A request for comment on whether the Special Representative would focus primarily on domestic or international affairs did not receive a response from the State Department.
As part of his campaign for racial equity, Biden promised tax credits and venture capital for direct investment in minority communities. Several Trump executive orders have been overturned by him on racial equity reasons.
The State Department’s “Equity Action Plan” lays out some of its top priorities:
The Agency Equity Team outlined five key priorities for integrating E.O. 13985 into the State Department’s foreign affairs work:
(1) foreign assistance,
(2) foreign policy development and implementation,
(3) public diplomacy,
(4) consular services,
(5) procurement, contracts, and grants.
Using these priorities, the Agency Equity Team established working groups with representatives from across the State Department’s workforce, including the civil service, foreign service, contracted employees, and political appointees.
The State Department will engage high-level diplomatic partners and individuals worldwide from underserved racial and ethnic groups and other underserved communities to better assess and embed equity into U.S. foreign policies.
The plan continues, describing how it will tackle racism around the world, and “disinformation” (Like the Hunter Biden laptops that the government & MSM said were Russian disinfo?):
The State Department will also increase inclusive, equitable messaging to combat disinformation, which can sow discord among communities and undermine democratic norms.
Using equity assessment tools to track progress, the State Department will build global support for the advancement of racial equity and support for underserved communities through partnerships and public diplomacy.
There are also plans to help people who think they are of a different gender than what they were born:
In consular services, the State Department will offer U.S. citizenship products with inclusive gender markers…
In the “Summary of Early Accomplishments,” the plan states that regarding gender:
The first-ever National Gender Strategy, released October 22, 2021, advances the empowerment of women, girls, and LGBTQI+ persons, in all their diversity, in the United States and globally…
That could be in reference to transgenders being allowed to compete in womens’ and girls’ sports, with the transgenders always winning because, they’re guys.
And in a hit on capitalism, the plan notes:
The State Department will grow the industrial supply base by incorporating racial equity and support for underserved communities into agency contracting partnerships and the federal marketplace.
This means that instead of winning contracts based on merit or ability, winning bids will be decided on race, much like Biden’s Supreme Court pick.
Isn’t globalist socialism awesome?