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Raytheon CRT Training: White Employees “must work on ‘recognizing [their] privilege’ and ‘step aside’ for minorities”

Raytheon CRT Training: White Employees “must work on ‘recognizing [their] privilege’ and ‘step aside’ for minorities”

Raytheon “encourages white employees to ‘defund the police,’ “participate in reparations,” ‘decolonize your bookshelf,’ ‘join a local ‘white space’.”

We have previously reported on Coca-Cola forcing its employees to learn how to be “less white” and on Disney forcing its employees to learn and parrot racist, anti-American lies and woke gibberish.

We can now add Raytheon, a major U.S. government defense contractor, to the growing list of racist, anti-American woke corporations.  Christopher Rufo broke the story.

For context, Gregory Hayes, the CEO of Raytheon, reportedly raked in a salary of $13.4 million back in ’16 before taking the helm at Raytheon, where he earned $21 million last year, is a white male.

The Raytheon racist training gets even worse.

Step aside for minorities?  Okay, Hayes.  You first.  Before forcing your employees to engage in this racist lunacy, take the lead, lead by example.  Step down from your $21 million/year job and let a minority have it.

Of course that won’t happen.

And the racist “anti-racism” training gets even worse.  Raytheon employees are encouraged to avoid prayer because it’s an example of white privilege.  Or something.

Here’s a real humdinger twofer:

I really like the cartoon demonstrating equality vs. equity. It’s the perfect illustration of all that is evil and unjust with this wrong-headed racist “anti-racist” nuttery.

Notice how both characters start standing on an equal number of crates—those afforded by being fortunate enough to live in the United States of America?—and then how the first person’s crate is stolen from them and simply given to the second person. Because equity.

The second person is now “better” (i.e. taller in the cartoon) than the racist oppressor.  She did nothing, just stood there, being a minority, yet she gets to take from him his career and livelihood without doing a thing to earn it beside being born black/brown and female.

This is CRT in a nutshell: forcibly take from one person (or all white people) based solely on the color of their skin (or their religion/gender/sexuality/class) and give to the other person on the sole basis of race/intersectionality.

You didn’t build that box you’re standing on, so we’re taking it and redistributing it to others who deserve it more . . . because.  Erm, well, just because we said so.  So there, Racist.

If the people running these corporations were sincere, they would voluntarily “step aside” and let a minority take their job, salaries, homes, property, and wealth.  If they don’t pony up what they demand from us, they are liars and phonies and hypocrites.  And ultimately, they are still, somewhat ironically, counting on their “white privilege” and empty virtue-signaling fakery to protect them from such demands from the very people they are exploiting.


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Fascism has returned as anti-fascism and racism has returned as anti-racism

Churchill and Orwell can’t be described without the term wise.


It’s spreads like a virus. But there is no vaccine for brain washing that requires people to ignore facts and suspend logic and reasoning.

Justify racism against a group due to past racism against some other group is wrong and is immoral. TWO WRINGS DO NOT MAKE IT RIGHT.

Ohio Historian | July 9, 2021 at 5:44 pm

I keep saying that if the achievements of white people are suspect, then the “woke” should reject them. Instead they use iphones and Android devices, the internet, drive cars, and wear synthetic cloth. All are “white man” inventions.

You can’t have it that you can “burn down” something but leave its infrastructure standing.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Ohio Historian. | July 9, 2021 at 8:33 pm

    And on a per capita basis Jews are responsible for far more advances that one would expect for their numbers.

      Brave Sir Robbin in reply to JusticeDelivered. | July 10, 2021 at 1:05 am

      Jews seem to be exceptionally good a pole vaulting. I read this somewhere. Probably on the internet. Not sure how this supports your assertion, but I’m not sure how your assertion relates the Ohio’s post, either.

      Are Jews “white,” or something other? It’s a stupid question in my book, as all “races” are simply imaginary constructs to divide us and turn us one upon another. I appreciate that Ohio puts “white man” in quotes. It’s really not about the imaginary thing we call race. It’s about European and Judeo-Christian values and culture. That’s the ticket to success.

2smartforlibs | July 9, 2021 at 5:52 pm

How many white VPs and directors stepped aside? Typical do as I say not as I do.

This can’t collapse fast enough.
Pure evil.

Escaped from RI | July 9, 2021 at 5:55 pm

So will white male Raytheon CEO Gregory J. Hayes, white male Managing Director Stephen J. Timm, white male Managing Director Christopher Calio, white male Managing Director Wesley D. Kremer, white female CCO Pamela Erickson, white male CTO Vince Campisi, white male CFO Neil Mitchell, and white male VP of Government Relations Timothy McBride be leaving their positions to make room for people of color?
The only brown faces on the Raytheon leadership page (of 18) are the VP of Diversity and VP of HR.

    Paddy M in reply to Escaped from RI. | July 9, 2021 at 5:58 pm

    Of course not. Critical race theory is not for critical race theorists.

    Ben Kent in reply to Escaped from RI. | July 9, 2021 at 6:01 pm


    The entire executive team. Resign either because you’re:
    1. stepping aside and giving your spot to minority; or,
    2. so profoundly dumb as to put this neo-racist dribble out to your employees.

    Shareholders must be livid. They should vote out all the board members. Vote in directors who actually want their officers to run a corporation not a social-justice activist organization.

      Brave Sir Robbin in reply to Ben Kent. | July 10, 2021 at 1:07 am

      The “white: employees should make official EEOC complaints and HR complaints about the company creating a hostile work environment for “whites.” Litigation may be appropriate if this racist and hostile conduct continues.

Where the rubber meets the road “step aside” means trading “white privilege” for “white acquiescence”.

    irv in reply to MrE. | July 9, 2021 at 6:40 pm

    And combined with rejecting equality, it means choosing inferiority.

      alohahola in reply to irv. | July 9, 2021 at 9:32 pm

      Which makes the solid workers seem like they’re *acting* superior. and, therefore, seem privileged.

how many people worldwide were killed by Raytheon products?
and why should white people whose family came here 50 years after Obama’s family was forced to give up their slaves feel guilty?
or people whose family came 100 years after the Bush family had to give up the Triangle trade?

The core underlying assumption behind this is that Blacks are inferior and cannot compete. This is an evil Democrat Party legacy from slavery through Jim Crow and eugenics. They never stop.

The Blacks who support this racism are apparently so blinded by their short term gains that they do not realize how they are being used and how they are selling out to the ruling class who will cast them aside in the near future. Their hate is leading them into slavery.

Confucius – “Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.”

Oh, I get it now.

They think that the woke are so good at blowing up society that they must be good at making bombs.

I haven’t seen the Raytheon press release announcing the the new equity pay policy where every employee will receive identical compensation.

Without a concrete display of actual commitment from management it’s just for show, an attempt to purge misplaced guilt and earn an indulgence from the woke mob.

Put up or shut up.

    TX-rifraph in reply to CommoChief. | July 9, 2021 at 7:17 pm

    “…every employee will receive identical compensation.”

    That is a very fair implementation of equity. The risk is the taxpayers will underwrite multi-million dollar salaries for every employee as I know the takers at the top will not yield $1.00 of their own salary. And the Dems will go for it.

    That’s different because shut up.

Has the Raytheon CEO and Board resigned in favor of minorities yet?

    Ben Kent in reply to geronl. | July 9, 2021 at 6:33 pm

    Yeah. Next they will tell shareholders they have to give their shares up for reparations. That will be fun to watch. Maybe then they will realize the Pandora’s box they opened.

    Brave Sir Robbin in reply to geronl. | July 10, 2021 at 1:09 am

    No. You are a racist peon. They are your betters, Shut up…. or else.

Get woke, go broke: When Raytheon’s missles won’t fire reliabily or can’t be delivered in time….

I so wish I worked for Raytheon. I’d love to go to there CRT training sessions. I would (politely) expose the trainers and CRT for the Marxist BS. I’d be fired.

And I would get rich on the lawsuit for all the First Amendment violations from compelled speech to telling me what I have to read in my own home.

I will not be buying a Toyota… Jesus how in the world can the Lincoln Group have ANY influence?

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to gonzotx. | July 9, 2021 at 6:52 pm

    Toyota, Disney, anf Coca-Cola can suffer the consequences of this nonsense.

    Raytheon is protected. They only exist due to money confiscated from productive people to build pver-budget junk for a military that hasn’t won a war in 75 years.

All three of the cartoon characters have the equal opportunity to pay to watch the game from inside the stadium. The fence is theere to define the outfield and prevent looky-loos. When you want a freebie then there are things to individually overcome.

the_last_l3oyscout | July 9, 2021 at 7:25 pm

Slightly off topic, but I have a question for the lawyers out there. A friend of mine is upper middle management or something for a large company. $400-$450k per year to give you an idea. He will hire or approve a good number of new hires this year. The company can’t come out and say that they want a certain portion of these new hires to fit into a certain box or that they are only hiring someone who checks this box or that box. It is my understanding that they can’t do this anyway. Instead, what they are doing is making “diversity” hires part of HIS year end metrics. His performance review, and therefor his raise and bonus, will be partially affected by the “diversity” of the people he hires. Is this legal? He is complaining about not getting quality candidates that check those boxes from his recruiters, so he can’t really do anything about it. I don’t feel bad for him because he votes for people that support these policies, but I feel like the company is trying to get around anti-discrimination laws by putting it on his performance review instead of the job listing.

    ‘Reverse Discrimination’ Lawsuits Becoming an Increasing Concern:

    And, of course, there’s the leftist propaganda:

    The Myth of Reverse Racism:

      alohahola in reply to | July 9, 2021 at 9:47 pm

      Interesting. Laurene Jobs bought The Atlantic a month earlier than that article; though Tse-Tse-Fly Coates had been writing his woke whining there for about five years before that.

      AnAdultInDiapers in reply to | July 12, 2021 at 12:58 pm

      They’re right. There is no such thing as reverse racism.

      Racism against white people is plain simple unabridged racism. It’s racism. Perpetrators are racist. Corporate policies such as those mentioned at Raytheon are systemic racism – and under US law, illegal, because they’re racist.

      Stop talking about reverse racism and hold racists to account for racism.

    alohahola in reply to the_last_l3oyscout. | July 9, 2021 at 9:29 pm

    Reviews are useless, and why not sacrifice his raise and bonus for what’s right?

    Anyway, I know for a fact that the higher you get–actually, the more STEM you get–the fewer diversity applicants in the pipeline. The pipeline is pretty much empty.

    Brave Sir Robbin in reply to the_last_l3oyscout. | July 10, 2021 at 1:11 am

    “He is complaining about not getting quality candidates that check those boxes from his recruiters, so he can’t really do anything about it. I don’t feel bad for him because he votes for people that support these policies,”

    Then screw him. If you run into someone not hired by him, offer to be witness against him in court.

    Lucifer Morningstar in reply to the_last_l3oyscout. | July 10, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    He is complaining about not getting quality candidates that check those boxes from his recruiters, so he can’t really do anything about it.

    Then he should simply hire the least unqualified minority candidates that apply for the jobs to meet his diversity quota(s) and then let other management deal with the issue of quality/competence at their level. As long as he’s hiring minority applicants I can’t really see how he would get into trouble if others eventually fire them for incompetence. (The problem being that most of the time they won’t be fired for even the most egregious mistakes.)

Raytheon Technologies is one of the U.S.’s largest defense contractors. Lockheed Martin, the biggest defense contractor, is also embracing this “critical race theory” racist and corrosive propaganda. The vile Dhimmi-crats are infecting all spheres of American society with this poisonous ideology, including corporate management and Board rooms.

    murkyv in reply to guyjones. | July 9, 2021 at 9:59 pm

    United Technologies scooped uo Raytheon last year and kept the name

    They have fingers in a lot of cookie jars. Pratt Whitney, Otis elevator, Carrier…

    The bigger they are, the workers they are

      murkyv in reply to murkyv. | July 9, 2021 at 9:59 pm


      guyjones in reply to murkyv. | July 10, 2021 at 12:46 pm

      Otis and Carrier were spun off as independent companies after the Raytheon-United Technologies merger, but, Raytheon is still a giant and influential industrial company, no doubt.

Upper “middle” manager

450,000 a year?


Talk about creating a hostile work environment in violation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act! (Underwood v. Northport Health Services)

Bad news: just like DefSec Lloyd Austin and the rest of the Pentagon, the defense industrial complex is openly preparing to wage war – an actual shooting war with guns, missiles, planes, tanks – on “racists”. CRT training (modeled after Mao’s “struggle sessions” and the Khmer Rouge’s “re-education”) are needed to dehumanize a considerable majority of the American citizens and jump start Austin’s long-hoped-for race war.

Good news: the US military-industrial complex hasn’t won a war in over seven decades. The woke Pentagon war machine – obsessed with “equity” and run by drag queens, pedophiles and BLM terrorists – will not break that losing streak.

“Step aside,” says the two-steppin’ CEO.

A_Cornell_Alumnus | July 9, 2021 at 8:55 pm

If a fraction of this is true, an EEOC lawsuit needs to be filed for a hostile racist work environment. “Raytheon tells employees to “identify everyone’s race” during workplace conversations” sounds as racist as it comes.

    squidbillycpo in reply to A_Cornell_Alumnus. | July 10, 2021 at 3:22 am

    Yup, there is no way this is not a violation of every EEOC law I can think of. I am really curious why there are not thousands of law suits going on right now.

Raytheon was all white science in the 50s. They had a “Things to do with your CK722” project book. It included a transistor radio powered by the radio station you were listening to, my favorite project. Basically a crystal set with an amplifier powered by the DC component of the detected signal, normally thrown away.

Yeah, I’d walk on that!
I guess it is time to step aside and let them totally bugger everything up.
Fret not, “equity” crowd. You know who will right the ship.

Karl Marx would be proud to see what his American followers have done.

Yep it’s official Chris Rufo doesn’t understand CRT or its implications. With respect to the example here you could summarise the intent as being ‘put yourself in the shoes of others’.

“Notice how both characters start standing on an equal number of crates—those afforded by being fortunate enough to live in the United States of America?—and then how the first person’s crate is stolen from them and simply given to the second person. Because equity.”

Assumption that it was stolen, the whole point is all could see over the fence. Jesus. Talk about misrepresenting the purpose and intent of something.

    Ben Kent in reply to mark311. | July 10, 2021 at 1:54 pm

    Mark – You’re the one who doesn’t understand CRT.
    CRT justifies discrimination based on skin color. It is built on the belief that you can use racism against a group to fight past or perceived racism. Two wrongs make a right.

    The image is misleading because it does not show how RACE is the primary factor in reallocating the crates.

    With CRT, a crate is taken from one person – just based on the person’s SKIN COLOR because their skin color is PRESENTLY DISFAVORED- and given to another just based on their SKIN COLOR because their skin color is PRESENTLY FAVORED.

    STOP pretending you don’t know what neo-racism is. It really insults everyone’s intelligence and makes you appear foolish. You’ve been on this site long enough to know what CRT is and its role in neo-racism. If you don’t object to neo-racism – just be a man – stand up and proudly admit that you think racism is fine as long as it is used against those who SJWs think has the wring skin color.

Bob Blaylock | July 10, 2021 at 1:14 pm

Sounds like a bunch of their white employees need to get together, hire a lawyer, and sue Raytheon for racial discrimination and workplace harassment.

How about instead of adopting a racial caste system we adopt the F you fascist system and provide French 3rd Republic solutions such as total defunding of the military, court martials of politicized officers, and disbanding military academies that chose to abandon America’s values for “Critical Race Theory” a belief system that has more in common with Henri Philippe Petain than Charles de Gaulle? It even sounds like the kind of class Vichy would provide officers suspected of not being big enough racists.