The stupidity of the woke movement is boundless. It’s a movement rooted in anti-white culture and is designed to destroy Western Civilization by assigning ill motives to “whiteness” and then labeling “whiteness” as the enemy of all other cultures. It’s a demonic movement that only those who are bound in slavery to an ideology apart from God can embrace. It’s absurd, to say the least.
But, where one would not assume that this ridiculous chicanery would be found would be in the Church, particularly, a supposedly conservative denomination like the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). But we all know the SBC is, for the most part, no longer conservative, thanks to the likes of Russell Moore, head of the denomination’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC).
Recently, a video surfaced from a panel discussion — featuring Trillia Newbell of the ERLC and others — that was held a few months ago sponsored by the ERLC where Jesus was praised and the conservative culture, like the anti-abortion and pro-family movement, was lauded.
No, just kidding. That wasn’t discussed at all. What was discussed, however, was how legislation supported by Sunni Harris, the woman making these dumb comments, now bans “hair discrimination” in the workplace.
“There’s been many a times when I’ve been preparing a hearing at court, and so I get up early to prepare for that hearing, but then I have to get up extra early cause I have to do my hair first,” Harris states. “If God does number the hairs on our head, how disheartening is it that eight percent of black women don’t feel comfortable wearing their hair the way God made it?”
“What exactly is hair discrimination?” you might ask. Why, of course, it’s this evil thing where employers expect people to fix their hair in a presentable way in the workplace. No really, it is. Harris tries to argue that combing your hair and not wearing it in an unkempt manner is “Eurocentric” and “racist.” It doesn’t matter that white women are held to the same standard because they’re white. It just doesn’t matter. It’s “discrimination” that needs to be dealt with in the workplace and women of color should be exempt from brushing their hair or making it presentable. Because that’s racist!
“Most corporations or companies have grooming policies and they’re purportedly race-neutral. And it will say something like you must maintain a professional appearance at all times. But the issue comes in, what does professional mean? It is not defined by the Imago Dei. It is usually defined more so by Eurocentric norms.”