Monday, February 12, 2018

A women’s retreat wants everyone to know that white people aren’t welcome or even permitted there.

The Women of Color Health Retreat was founded by Andrea X who has cut white people completely out of her life. She doesn’t believe anyone with white skin deserves to have the same rights she has. She even believes white Americans shouldn’t have the right to travel outside of the United States and wants all of their passports revoked because of their racism.

Andrea X moved to Costa Rica because she didn’t want to see white people anymore. She started her retreat there so black women could come for 10 days to escape white people and racism.

Vice News tagged along to meet these women. One woman from Nebraska said that she doesn’t feel comfortable living in a red state because she is always wondering if people around her voted for President Trump. She believes everyone who voted for the President may view her as less than they are.

The women gripe about how awful the United States is and how terrible all white people are. What they fail to understand is that they are being racist in their own treatment of people based on their skin color.

They also don’t accept or recognize the fact that white Americans elected a black president not just once, but twice. Barack Obama has only been out of office for a year and they have quickly forgotten this fact. These women want to bask in perpetual victimhood.

In the video below, the women make it clear that if you have white skin you are not welcome to their retreat. Andrea X also speaks about her plans for building an entire community where white people will not be permitted.

How quickly things have changed. These women want segregation and suppression of people who don’t look like them. They do not believe in Martin Luther King, Jr’s dream of judging people by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin.

Share this if you believe these women are racist!

Source: Daily Mail

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