In another example of “everything is racist,” the so-called “experts” are now saying that working from home is “racist” and causes “prejudice.”
The claims are based on a study conducted by polling company Survation for the Woolf Institute. The survey looked into nearly 12,000 workers in Britain last year, according to the BBC.
So, how did they arrive at this conclusion?
The study insisted that people working at home lose the chance to interact with people of other races, so… there ya go. RAAAAcist.
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The study claims that people who work in shared offices, three-quarters (76%) — regardless of ethnicity — were in an ethnically diverse setting, the outlet said, adding that unemployed people are 37% more likely to only have friends from their own ethnic group.
Seeing as how this is a British study, the liberals running it are all worried about the tender feelings of Muslims. And the study claims that Muslims are hardest hit by people being isolated while working at home and not being able to interact with Muslims.
One Jewish man, for instance, was heard wringing his hands because he can’t talk to his Muslim coworker.
“Meeting Hadiya has really helped clarify where my thinking can be askew,” Jewish worker Samuel Rosengard said of first meeting a Muslim co-worker in the office.
“Before COVID we would have regular discussions about these kinds of issues. And also identifying common cultural traits between Jewish and Muslim communities and areas of agreement and disagreement,” the Jewish worker said. “Hadiya and I would often start off conversations just bumping into each other in the open plan office and then head off for a coffee. But that just doesn’t happen. So that is a loss.”
Maybe if Muslims stopped blowing things up and beheading people, there wouldn’t be so many suspicions?
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