Study Warns That New Work-From-Home Trend is Making People More “Racist”

A new study being pro­mot­ed by the mass media claims that work­ing from home makes peo­ple more “racist” because they are less exposed to ‘diver­si­ty’ in the workplace.

The sur­vey, con­duct­ed by polling com­pa­ny Sur­va­tion for the Woolf Insti­tute, “warns that with­out alter­na­tive set­tings to offices being set up, oppor­tu­ni­ties for social mix­ing between dif­fer­ent reli­gious and eth­nic groups will be great­ly reduced,” accord­ing to the BBC

76 per­cent of those who work in shared offices in the UK are exposed to eth­nic diver­si­ty, mean­ing those who work from home are iso­lat­ed from such a set­ting and as a result more like­ly to be “prej­u­diced,” accord­ing to the study.

37 per­cent of unem­ployed peo­ple are also more like­ly to only have friends from their own eth­nic group.

With huge num­bers of peo­ple now work­ing from home due to coro­n­avirus restric­tions, 44 per­cent of the work­force in the UK, this presents a conun­drum for tech­nocrats over­see­ing a “Great Reset” that seeks to restruc­ture capitalism.

“Acad­e­mia, long removed from sci­en­tif­ic break­through and exis­ten­tial explo­ration, has seem­ing­ly become an indus­try ded­i­cat­ed to the relent­less pur­suit of racism, wher­ev­er it may dwell,” writes Gra­ham Dockery.

 

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