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Feb 25 2018

Fired for Planning Black Meal During Black History Month

If a food is associated with blacks, you must never associate that food with blacks; it would be a serious thought crime that could cost you your job:

Two Aramark employees have been fired by the food service after preparing a meal at NYU during Black History Month that was deemed racially “insensitive.” Reports suggest that the employees are African-American, though Aramark has not confirmed details about the ethnicity of the fired employees.

According to CBS News, the two employees were fired as a result of a complaint by a sophomore, who says she confronted the head cook about the “racially insensitive” meal but was “lied to” and ultimately “ignored.” The meal, the student claimed in a Facebook post, consisted of barbecue ribs, collard greens, watermelon-flavored water, Kool-Aid, and mac and cheese.

Maybe Student of Color Nia Harris, who got the thought criminals fired for planning the meal, will get extra credit in her social justice classes for combatting racist oppression.

There was no need for any racial animus on the part of the employees. The purpose of political correctness is to create an atmosphere of terror by punishing people almost randomly for trivial transgressions against a nebulous rulebook. This leads to a servile eagerness to praise political correctness at every opportunity, in a desperate attempt to store up brownie points to defend against the day you accidently commit a thought crime. This phenomenon can be found in any totalitarian society.

On tips from Bodhisattva, Chronos Z. Wonderpig, and Varla.

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