Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Racism: a pathological tendency to interject race into situations where it is not relevant, merely for personal gain

Years ago, people who supported racial discrimination and racial segregation were called racists
writes Mike S Adams.
Today, people who are opposed to racial discrimination and racial segregation are called racists — at least they are on campuses all across America. If the diversity movement has accomplished anything at my university, it has been to teach young blacks to model themselves after members of the Ku Klux Klan and the John Birch Society.

But there is another rather obvious conclusion that comes from watching the “progress” made by the Offices of Campus Diversity in recent years. It is that these people are so arrogant as to presume that they may redefine racism whenever they see fit in order to garner support for whatever initiatives they deem fashionable at any given point in time.
Read Mike's definitions of racism and racist and who fits them.

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