WHAT IS RACISM?

Racism is the belief in the superiority of one so-called race over all other so-called races.  According to the United States Census, racism as a system consists of five racial categories: White, Black, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

The only racist people on the planet are those who classify themselves as White, for White people developed the race paradigm and its classifications, and have been, and still are, the designators of racial classifications.  Non-White people, including Asians, American Indians, Native Hawaiians, and Black people, are not, and cannot be racist.  These groups may dislike, detest, and even hate White people, but they are incapable of practicing racism against Whites.  When people of color are accused of practicing racism, and/or of being racist, it is an attempt to deflect guilt away from Whites and criminalize victims.  Let their be no confusion then, when Whites label persons of color as racist, they are practicing deception, which perpetuates the system of racism, which in and of itself is an act of racism.