I’ve never heard of a racist Indian. I’ve seen the news or seen the commercials. It’s simply not a thing to me. I’m not racist, but I’m not a super racist either. There are too many things in the world that are pretty racist to not have a racist bone in my body. That’s just how I’m wired.
I agree. While many things are racist, the truth is, racism is a behavior pattern and not a thought process. A racist thought is a thought that has an underlying bias and a conscious.
A lot of people just don’t like being racist. I know it’s not too late to change the world, but it shouldn’t be so much of a problem. I’ve also seen many people who actually don’t like being racist who just can’t go along with their racist thoughts. This is not just a matter of being a racist. It actually is a matter of accepting the person’s racism so it shouldn’t be a problem.
Is it easy to accept our racist thoughts? Sure. But if we are so accepting of our racist thoughts and behavior, then how is it that racist behavior can arise? We have to accept the thoughts, the bias, the behavior, and the behaviors. We cannot fight it by not caring.
The problem is not that you are racist. The problem is that you are not even aware of you are being racist. That’s the real key here. To accept your racist thoughts, you have to know exactly how it is that you are being racist. When you accept your racist behavior, you then have to accept your racist thoughts. When you accept your racist thoughts, you have to accept your racist behavior.
It’s so easy to be racist when you’re not even aware of your racist thoughts: just accept them. You don’t have to change your behavior, but you do have to stop thinking it. When you stop thinking it, you stop being racist. And if you don’t stop being racist, then you’re not even racist.
Just as racism can feel as if someone is saying, “You’re racist, because you think black people are less than you, but you’re being racist too, because you think black people are better than you, so you should do something about this.
Racism is a form of subconscious discrimination that many of us have been trained to fear. Racism is an attitude or thought that is often based on stereotypes about race and often happens without any knowledge of the real world. It is a mental state of being prejudiced against someone based on their race, whether it be from a personal standpoint or a societal one, that may not even be conscious of.
When racist ideas are put into words, it is not just racism, but an underlying prejudice. This is the basis of racism. Some forms of racism can be seen as hate, but this is not the form that racism takes. Racism is based on the belief that some races are inferior to others, and that we should keep the inferior races from dominating society. Racism is a form of prejudice and discrimination that targets the oppressed group with the belief that they are inferior to the dominant group.
The word racism was created by English professor and writer George Orwell in 1941. During his time at the University of Essex, Orwell had many encounters with people who believed they were racist. One of these encounters was with a man named W.E.B. Du Bois, who believed that the African American was a lower form of life.