Target stores peddling anti-white, racist prayer book

In 2015, many customers stopped shopping in Target stores due to their newly installed transgender policies that included welcoming transgender bathrooms, where your young daughter might have the opportunity to share facilities with a biological man wearing a dress using a urinal in plain sight.

The  stores also made the corporate decision to un-gender, or as this press release noted, “phase out gender-based signage” in the toy aisles that previously had arrays of trucks and other toys preferred by boys as well as those carrying dolls for girls and bedding displays of sheets with cowboys and spacemen or Cinderella and flowers, intermingled instead of specifically designated “boys” or “girls,” for ease in shopping.

But there’s more…guaranteed to make reasonable people fume. Veronica Hays, writing for Media Research Center’s NewsBuster’s, exposes a gem of a devotional Target carries in its book section. The article is headlined, ‘Dear God, Help Me To Hate White People’: Target Sells Racist ‘Devotional.’ Read the complete exposé, including this featured prayer:

“Dear God, Please help me to hate White people. Or at least to want to hate them” is the depraved supplication offered to the Almighty in an entry of a recently published devotional.

On April 3, a woman picked up this prayer book while she was shopping at Target. The devotional book, titled “A Rhythm of Prayer: A Collection of Meditations for Renewal” is number one on Amazon’s Christian Meditation Worship & Devotion section and is a New York Times bestseller.

In today’s world, this irrationality makes sense. Dennis Prager’s best selling books in the Rational Bible series are unworthy of mention on the New York Times best sellers list.

7 Responses to Target stores peddling anti-white, racist prayer book

  1. Daily Phoenix says:

    Amazon also stopped allowing people to review the book. Censoring any dissenting opinions

    • Observer says:

      Hate sells and Amazon, Google and Facebook owners have become incalculably wealthy. Twitter arrogantly banned the President of the United States! It’s become a reliable money maker.

  2. Patriot Mom says:

    I stopped shopping in Target when the corporate decision came down on unisex bathrooms. I had numerous items in my cart when I asked for the store manager. She was curt and repeatedly used the word, “Inclusivity.” I used the word, “goodbye” and left without making the purchases I had intended to make. I’ve never returned, though the store is conveniently located.

  3. Doc says:

    I stopped giving Target ANY business when they started their policy of not allowing Salvation Army Bell-Ringers & The U.S. Marines Toys for Tots programs back in 2004. The Transgender bathroom issue was just another “Nail” in their coffin. Now this. Well apparently, SOMEBODY over there hasn’t graduated Kindergarten Bible Study ‘cuz…
    …Our LORD doesn’t bless anyone with hate…

    • Arizona Conservative Guy says:

      Doc,
      Thanks for the reminder about Target’s viciously restrictive policies aimed at the Salvation Army and the Marine’s Toys for Tots! The stores undoubtedly make most of their money during the holiday season, not only with gift buying but also selling Christmas trees, decorations, wreaths and cards.They also sell food and housewares for entertaining.

      What hypocrites!

  4. D.B. Cooper says:

    The correct terms for the races are Caucasoid/White, Mongoloid/Asian, Negroid/Black. Those terms will never catch on in popular usage, but they are scientifically correct.

    Imagine if the Negroid racist praying woman used the correct terminology in her prayer: ‘Dear God, Help me to hate Caucasoid people.”

    I doubt God listens to hatred asking for his blessing.

  5. Rambling Rose says:

    Crayons have entered the fray. The Crayola Crayon color name flesh has changed to peach.
    This is from its website:
    “Although flesh was included in the original box of 64 Crayola Crayons, we felt it would be insensitive to include it in the commemorative box. Since the crayon color remains unchanged, we felt we were remaining true to history.”

    https://www.crayola.com/faq/another-topic/why-does-the-color-quotfleshquot-not-appear-in-the-1958-limited-edition-box-of-64/