White City Councilors Accidentally Invited To Electeds Of Color Only Apartheid Christmas Party Are Too Afraid To Say Something


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Major controversy erupted in Boston this week when she/her Director of City Council Relations Denise DosSantos accidentally sent an email to all members of the City Council inviting them to the “Electeds of Color Holiday Party” on Wednesday night.

The email was only supposed to go to the six “electeds of color,” on the City Council, and the seven white members who were specifically not invited due to the color of their skin were not supposed to know about it.

This isn’t “reverse racism,” because that implies that racism against white people is not the same thing as racism against non-white people. It’s just good ol’ fashioned racism.

I knew as soon as I saw this that there was no way they would apologize or cancel. In case you haven’t been paying attention, it’s perfectly acceptable to be openly racist towards white people, and SOMETIMES Asians. We’ve published several stories about “affinity groups” in schools, that specifically ban white students from joining. I’m honestly surprised that people are actually surprised.

Keep in mind, this is Michelle Wu’s Communication Chief Jessicah Pierre:

This is Michelle Wu’s Chief of Equity and Inclusion Mariangely Solis Cervera:

This is who Michelle Wu is. This is what she believes in. These are her values. She learned it at Harvard, which we now know is a racist, jew-hating factory that actively endorses segregation. No one should be surprised by this “electeds of color” Christmas party.

The funny part was when Denise DosSantos emailed this followup apology:

But what is she sorry about if there’s nothing wrong with the no whites allowed Christmas party? The truth is that she’s not sorry about the apartheid Christmas party, she’s sorry that she let the white people know about it.

Of course the reason they’re able to get away with it is because self deprecating white people like NBC’s Sue O’Connell try to gain woke points by acting like it’s no big deal.

No other race of people would put up with this. Just white people.

There are seven members of the City Council who are white. Not a single one of them has stood up to say this is wrong. The closes thing we got was this:

Councilor Frank Baker, who is white, told the Herald he was not personally offended by the mistake, but the idea of excluding some officials was “unfortunate and divisive.”

“I don’t really get offended too easily,” Baker told the Herald. “To offend me, you’re going to have to do much more than not invite me to a party.”

It’s just unfortunate. Not morally wrong, racist, or a step back in time. Keep in mind, this guy is leaving office in a month and has nothing to lose by speaking out against this, but he’s too afraid to do say anything. The other white councilors didn’t have much to say at all, including Gigi Coletta. Then again, she was given a pass by the BIPOC community for this:

So she probably knows that she has to sit this one out.

I’ll tell you who’s not afraid to say anything though – the six City Councillors who made the cut because their skin color was dark enough.

Councilor Brian Worrell, who is Black and was vying for the Council presidency before tentatively agreeing to become the body’s vice president next term, defended the invite, however, saying that the holiday party is simply another example of reflecting “all kinds of specific groups” in city government.

“We make space and spaces for all kinds of specific groups in the city and city government,” Worrell said in a statement. “This is no different, and the Elected Officials of Color has been around for more than a decade.”

It’s OK because we “make spaces” for racially segregated groups. Spaces like this:

To the surprise of nobody, Councilor Tania Fernandes Anderson was all about it too:

“No need for apologies at all. Your email should not offend anyone and there is absolutely no confusion,” Fernandes Anderson wrote. “Just like there are groups that meet based on shared interests or cultural backgrounds, it’s completely natural for elected officials of color to gather for a holiday celebration.”

She added, “Many groups celebrate and come together in various ways, and it’s not about excluding anyone. Instead, it’s about creating spaces for like-minded individuals to connect and support each other.”

Further, Fernandes Anderson described the Wu administration’s effort to “organize a holiday celebration specific to elected officials of color” as “commendable.”

“Like minded people.” In other words, everyone who isn’t white thinks and views the world the same way.

Then again, Tania Fernandes-Anderson is an openly racist woman who married a man while he was 10 years into a life sentence for murder, and nearly started a riot at a Council meeting in defense of her rapey co-councillor Ricky “Sticky Fingers” Arroyo.

“What the FUCK do I have to do in this FUCKING council in order to get respect as a black woman?”

Speaking of Ricardo Arroyo, he also cosigned the racism:

The segregated apartheid Christmas party is OK because it’s a “tradition.” As a student of history I can tell you that the “tradition” argument is probably the most common argument used to defend segregation in the Jim Crow south. Just ask George Wallace.

Or the Judge at the 25:20 mark, who makes the argument that they have to keep practicing segregation because “it’s the way it’s been, we’ve been brought up like this, we’ve been taught like this, we teach our children like this.”

Ya know, like a tradition.

Michelle Wu was cool with it too:

“It was truly just an honest mistake that went out to the entire email field.”

She’s not sorry that she’s promoting racism, she’s sorry that she told white people about it.

The apartheid party went on as planned, and although some of the “electeds of color” were ashamed to show their faces going in, Julia Mejia and Suffolk County District Attorney Kevin Hayden were not.

Not sure how this one made the cut:

But it’s gotta be a pronouns thing.

Kevin Hayden sitting next to Ricardo Arroyo after it was discovered that Arroyo and Rachael Rollins plotted against him and conspired to try to have Hayden investigated by the US Attorney’s Office, had to be a little awkward too.

Also not surprising to see State Senator Liz Miranda in the red dress up front. There’s no way someone as openly racist as Liz would miss out on this:

In closing, the only thing I’m surprised about here is that people are surprised by any of this. They’ve been openly racist for years and keep getting re-elected anyway. They know that white liberals on the City Council have been neutered into not saying anything, so they know they can get away with it, and they won’t be stopping any time soon. It’s a tradition.


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