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Grafton is an awesome town. Big fan. Love to live there sometime. Awesome schools, great pizza at Anzio’s, nice little gazebo, and they even have their own rap group.
But just like any fairly well off, predominantly white suburb, they have their share of social justice warriors who provide us non-stop amusement. For instance, who remembers her?
The infamous Grafton “life coach” who wanted to the town to take down pro-police blue ribbons that commemorated the deaths of cops killed in the line of duty, because it was allegedly insensitive to the black people she doesn’t know.
Well, the Grafton Unitarian Church just upped the ante……
Yes, you read that correctly. They have a “social justice bulletin board.” Not to be confused with the white guilt bulletin board, or the destroying white cisheteropatriarchy board.
This church in the center of town is hosting not one, not two, not three, but EIGHT different two hour trainings where their nearly all white congregation will be lectured on how they are participating in white supremacy. Because the good white folk who attend this church are aware that they are participating in white supremacy, but they just don’t know how they can channel their privilege while still maintaining integrity as wypipo.
I know one person who won’t be missing out on this opportunity…..
This is like a reparations mating call for Didi Delgado. Upper middle class white people looking to alleviate white guilt while blindly be lectured about ways in which they can make up for historical injustices? Let’s get that collection basket going, shall we? It’s like selling suboxones in Webster. Cash. Money.
Luckily for my sanity this is being rightfully mocked:
Although I think I found one person who will be attending…..
Hey everyone, please stand and applaud – it’s one of the “good ones”:
You can tell by the pink short haircut and the horseshoe that’s become lodged between her nostrils. If Didi hits this girl up and gets a reparations check, do we get 10%? This could be a profitable Turtleboy affiliate marketing program.
Here’s my question – why is the Grafton News promoting this? They’re a blue checkmarked media outlet. Is this a paid advertisement from this “church”? What are all the other churches in town up to this week? Why are they only covering this church?
Well, they’re covering the Unitarians because they’re a bootleg “church,” that’s really just a social justice warrior network that doesn’t wanna pay taxes. Just ask Aaron Payson, the “pastor” of the Worcester Unitarian church, who demanded that City Councilors stop reading Turtleboy because we are racist, and raised hell when our old friend Councilor Michael Gaffney liked a comment on Facebook. His entire business is politics, and he does so by hiding behind a collar.
We are talking about a “church” where “pastors” have apologized for mentioning the word “God” during a service. I swear to God. They checked their privilege for mentioning God in a freaking church!!!
A recent Sunday service at the First Unitarian Church of Baltimore ended with an apology.
Laurel Mendes explained that religious doctrine had been duly scrubbed from the hymns in the congregation’s Sunday program. But Mendes, a neo-pagan lay member who led the service, feared that a reference to God in “Once to Every Soul and Nation” might upset the humanists in the pews.
“I didn’t want to make anyone uncomfortable by reciting something that might be considered a profession of faith,” said Mendes, 52, after the service. “We did say ‘God,’ which you don’t often hear in our most politically correct hymns.”
Welcome to a typical Sunday in the anything-but-typical Unitarian Universalist Association, a liberal religious movement with a proud history of welcoming all seekers of truth — as long as it’s spelled with a lowercase “t.”
Yes, that’s right. The pastor is a “neo-pagan.” And she did not want to offend “humanists” who do not believe in God. In a church!!
Here’s the funniest part – the Unitarians have a long history of promoting white people in their ranks over equally qualified people of color:
— UU World (@UUWorld) March 28, 2017
Oops!!! Good to know that an organization which has been accused of “white supremacy,” is now lecturing people about their own white supremacy.
From the looks of their Facebook page, it looks like there’s gonna be a lot of white folk getting their privilege checked by what appears to be other white folk:
Although you will notice that the pastor is not white:
So I guess that makes the Grafton Unitarian church one of the pioneers in the fix white supremacy movement.
As you can see from their pictures, they appear to be just like every other Unitarian church – a left wing political action group:
“All are welcome.”
Translation – anyone who didn’t vote for Trump is welcome here.
They go around doing photo ops with drag queens
Doing hippie drum circles
Holding hands in the circle of life
Getting sermons from Muslim leaders
Wearing cool hats
So yea, basically the Unitarian church gets prime real estate and is a tax free, political group located in the center of town. The only question is, will the Grafton Life Coach be taking the seminar on white supremacy, or teaching it?