Racism is the idea that it is wrong to think your race is better than others. That your culture is better than others. To acknowledge that every human being is not ‘the same.’ Until the early twentieth century it was considered natural to have pride in who you were and where you came from. Then along came the Marxists who wished to make everyone a servant of the almighty State. In order to accomplish this goal they had to get rid of people’s links to family, God and country. Racism is a concept used by Marxists to undermine nations and make the citizenry ashamed of their history and culture.
Governments have been infiltrated and legislation passed making racism a type of ‘Orwellian thought-crime.’ Nowadays it is illegal to deny someone a job or housing based on race. The government expects businesses to keep “racial quotas” to make sure they are not ‘discriminating.’ Schools are forced to integrate and the focus is on the less intelligent students being able to pass ‘standardized tests’ instead of nurturing the intelligent and encouraging creativity. Marxists do not want a society of well-read, creative, intellectuals. They want beaten down, mindless drones who go to work, watch television, and pop out a baby or two in order to keep the human species going. They want to overrun the populations of productive countries with Third World immigrants who will be dependent on the State for services. If you speak out against these policies you are called a ‘racist’ or a ‘xenophobe.’
Of course, these names are ridiculous nonsense. There is absolutely nothing wrong with thinking one culture is better than another. The original reason folks emigrated to the United States was because the nations of Europe had strong central governments, so folks who thought a weak central government was better moved to America. To them, America was better than Europe. I myself left New York and came to Dixie because I believe Dixie is better. The culture and people of the South are a better class of people than those in the North.
Some folks may argue that having these ‘racist’ thoughts causes violence and atrocities. They might bring up Adolf Hitler, the Ku Klux Klan or the Black Panthers. My answer to that argument would be the term ‘collectivism,’ which is the misguided assumption that everyone of the same race or who speaks the same language is exactly alike. It is the idea that people believe the same thing and act the same way simply because they have one thing in common. Hitler wanted all German-speaking people under his rule, regardless of the fact that many different cultures speak German. Europe is full of White people, but they are not all the same. Africa is full of Black people, but they are not all the same. South America is full of Hispanic people, but they are not all the same. These places are continents made up of countries with different cultures. The people who make up these nations are all proud of who they are; or at least they would be had the Marxists not poisoned the world with their cancer known as ‘political correctness.’
There is nothing wrong with liking one group of people over another or liking one culture over another. It is your right to think and form whatever opinions you wish to. Since there is nothing wrong with having these ideas we can draw one simple conclusion: that there is no such thing as racism; it does not exist. Racism is a myth. So the next time a Marxist calls you a ‘racist’ reply by saying ‘So what? You’re a Leprechaun!’