Sunday 13 August 2023

Best Buy launches no whites allowed management leadership program available exclusively to “people of color”

 Big box electronics retailer Best Buy is joining the anti-white club with the creation of a new management and leadership program that is available exclusively to non-whites.

James O'Keefe, who now runs a new watchdog group called OMG, relayed the findings of a citizen journalist who discovered that Best Buy has partnered with McKinsey & Company to develop a new management training program in which candidates "must meet the [racial] requirements," meaning they have to "identify as Black, Latino, Hispanic, Asian or Pacific Islander."

"The program is not open to white applicants," O'Keefe tweeted, along with screenshots showing more details of the program – see below:


The only way to survive today's America is to self-identify as something other than "white"

Note that Best Buy clearly designated qualifying candidates as those who identify as one of the aforementioned non-white racial groups, the suggestion being that one does not have to actually be non-white – whatever that even means – in order to qualify.

If you really think about it, the term "white" is inherently racist in that it covers a wide range of light-skinned people who hail from all sorts of different countries and cultures. There is no such thing as a "white" person, in other words.

What Best Buy obviously means by this, though, is that it only wants dark-skinned people to become leaders within its company power structure. So, a person either has to already have dark skin or perhaps has to tan a lot in order to qualify.

Keep in mind as well that McKinsey & Co. is a globalist-run operation that previously partnered with the anti-white World Economic Forum (WEF) within its Global Lighthouse Network, which "push[es] SEL [social and emotional learning], DEI [diversity, equity and inclusion], CRT [critical race theory] and ESG [environmental, social and governance] in schools around the world."

In typical form, Best Buy CEO Corie Barry responded to the bombardment of fury from the public about the company's racist and unconstitutional new policy by making her X (formerly Twitter) account private – very classy and professional, Ms. Barry (that was sarcasm).

Apparently, Best Buy wants to go the way of Anheuser-Busch with its transgender Bud Light fiasco, which sent the company's stock price in a freefall as customers stopped buying its urine-like junk beer.

"Best Buy expediting their plan to join Circuit City and Radio Shack," one person commented on social media, expressing the same idea in a different way – Circuit City and Radio Shack went out of business and no longer exist, for those reading this who live outside the U.S.

"I guess they don't want us shopping at their stores, either," wrote another about how "white" people can just stop purchasing products from Best Buy in order to drive the company out of business more quickly.

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