Ben Shapiro, Donald Trump reportedly take key spots in disturbing ‘antiracism’ initiative at Google

Leaked documents show that Google has launched an antiracism program for its employees that includes principles of Critical Race Theory and touts a “white supremacy pyramid” with former President Trump and conservative pundit Ben Shapiro layered within it.

The pyramid proclaims that Shapiro “fuels white supremacy” and that former President Trump is pushing a movement that is a precursor to “mass murder” and “genocide” according to senior fellow at the conservative Manhattan Institute Christopher Rufo.

The initiative basically teaches that the United States was founded on white supremacy and that Americans as young as three months old are brought up to be racist in a “system of white supremacy.”

The program utilizes language used by social justice radicals including terms such as “intersectionality,” “white privilege,” and “systemic racism” contends Rufo at the City Journal.

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One facet of the program called “Allyship in Action” features trainers, including Google’s head of systemic allyship Randy Reyes and consultants from The Ladipo Group, who urge employees to confront their “power and privilege.” They are reportedly asked to rank themselves according to their racial background and sexual orientation.

The trainers instruct the employees to “manage [their] reactions to privilege” which may include feelings of “embarrassment, shame, fear, [and] anger” by the use of “body movement,” “deep breathing,” “accessing [their] ‘happy place,’” and “cry[ing].”

Employees are shown videos that push the idea that racism is an irredeemable stain that America cannot wash away and that white people profit from white supremacy whether they realize it or not.

Editor of the 1619 Project Nikole Hannah-Jones states in one of the videos that “the first Africans being sold on the White Lion [slave ship in 1619] is more foundational to the American story” than “the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock.” She tells the captive audience that she started the project to prove her hypothesis that every facet of modern-day America is rooted in slavery.

“If you name anything in America, I can relate it back to slavery,” she claimed. She then repeated the premise of author Ibram X. Kendi’s book “How to Be An Antiracist,” which basically contends that discrimination against white people can eradicate the racism that permeates America.

“If you’re white in this country, then you have to understand that whether you personally are racist or not, whether you personally engage in racist behavior or not, you are the beneficiary of a 350-year system of white supremacy and racial hierarchy,” Hannah-Jones emphasized.

A video also showed Kendi stating, “To be raised in the United States, is to be raised to be racist, and to be raised to be racist is to be raised to almost be addicted to racist ideas.”

“The youngest of people are not colorblind — between three and six months, our toddlers are beginning to understand race and see race,” Kendi continued.

The solution, he claims, is for all Americans to admit they are racist and “respond in the same way that they respond when they are diagnosed with a serious illness.”

“For me, the heartbeat of racism is denial and the sound of that denial is ‘I’m not racist,’” he asserted.

A document called “Anti-racism resources” was also offered to Google employees and was intended to alert them to “covert white supremacy” red flags. Phrases such as “colorblindness,” “[American] exceptionalism,” “Columbus Day,” “weaponized whiteness,” and “Make America Great Again” were all on that list.

Ben Shapiro told Rufo, “All it would take is one Google search to learn just how much white supremacists hate my work, or how often I’ve spoken out against their benighted philosophy. The attempt to link everyone to the right of Hillary Clinton to white supremacism is disgusting, untrue, and malicious.”

Social media blasted Google for their racist anti-racism:

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