Joined: 19 Apr 2003
|Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 6:16 pm Post subject: RACIAL CO-OPERATION
A white person will deny another white persons harmful actions against you are/were motivated by their will to practice racism; even when they have no knowledge of the white person you are describing
A person who knows they are a white person will co-operate with other white persons to deny that racism motivates white people to harm nonwhite people. This behavior strengthens the system of racism white supremacy by confusing nonwhite people; specifically by causing the nonwhite person to waste time and energy trying to figure out what they said and/or did to CAUSE the white person to harm them.
The FUNCTION of a white supremacist is to practice racism. It is not necessary for a nonwhite person to say nor do anything in order to "help" a white person practice racism.
By denying the white person who harmed you was practicing racism, the white person you are speaking to is practicing racism against you right now!
1. Find a person and tell them a true or fictional story describing how a white person said and/or did something to harm you.
2. Tell them you suspect the white person acted with intent to harm you in order to practice racism.
3. After they respond, ask them if they are a white person.
1. If the person is a white person, they will deny that racism was what motivated the white person to harm you.
2. If the person is a white person, they will raise several other motivations other than racism to explain what motivated the white person to harm you.
3. If the person is a white person, the will ask you questions in an attempt to raise some aspect of your behavior (saying and/or doing) as the motive for the white person harming you.
1. If the person is a nonwhite person, they will relate their own story of a white person who acted with intent to harm them in order to practice racism.
2. If the person is a nonwhite person, who is having sexual intercourse with a white person, they will deny another white persons harmful actions against you are/were motivated by their will to practice racism; even when they have no knowledge of the white person you are describing; in addition to going silent, changing the subject, or just staring at the ground not saying anything.
3. If the person is a nonwhite person who is focused on producing justice, they will ask you questions about what you did to counter the harm the white person practiced against you.
Unlike many other counter racism science experiments, in this one I suggest making "the critical question" (are you a white person) the last one asked instead of the first.