In keeping with the left’s now very public mission to destroy the United States because racism, New York City’s Department of Health has now passed a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis in the city, reports DailyMail.com
This of course necessitates numerous “anti-racism” programs and initiatives which all — mysteriously and coincidentally – also advance socialism, phase out local policing, limit people’s freedoms, and route truckloads of money to leftist causes and organizations, and impose loyalty tests and thought-control training on American workers and students.
Martin Mawyer, president of Christian Action Network, wrote a critical essay in early August explaining the true motive behind cities declaring racism a public health crisis.
“There’s more than just mud-slinging going on behind these headlines. There’s a political goal – a frightening political goal…They want to control what you think and buy, where you live and work, and how you talk and walk and conduct your life,” Mawyer wrote at the time.
In August of 2021, more than 200 cities, counties, and states had declared racism “a public health crisis.” The Centers for Disease Control made that declaration on April 8, 2021.
“Racism is a serious public health threat that directly affects the well-being of millions of Americans,” said CDC director Rochelle P. Walensky, in laying the groundwork for this gigantic scam.
New York’s resolution was approved on Oct. 18 by an 11-member board largely appointed by outgoing radical leftist Mayor Bill de Blasio, a highly privileged middle-aged white male.
“To build a healthier New York City, we must confront racism as a public health crisis,” said Health Commissioner Dr. Dave A. Chokshi, who somehow became both a doctor and a health commissioner without being white.
The resolution is of course also tied to COVID-19, masks, lockdowns and vaccines. Chokshi spoke of the “disproportionate drop in life expectancy for black and Latino New Yorkers” and “inequitably low rates of COVID-19 vaccination” among black and Latino Americans.
Much of the resolution read like a CNN news budget, pointing out “racial inequities in rates of HIV, tuberculosis, maternal mortality, infant mortality, mental health conditions, chronic disease prevalence and mortality, gun violence and other forms of physical violence” as well as “anti-Asian violence.”