Joined: 19 Apr 2003
|Posted: Wed Jan 07, 2004 2:39 pm Post subject: Racist Suspect Working Experiment
A non white person is "uncomfortable" (feels guilty) suspecting ANY White person with the ability to practice racism of being a racist suspect.
A non-white person, lacking the language to describe the logic of suspecting all White people with the ability to practice racism White supremacy of being White supremacists, is left with nothing more than a "gut feeling". A racist suspect will exploit this vulnerability by firing volley after volley of words at a said victim until this "gut feeling" is reduced and stifled by the victims own uncertainty.
When a person says: "Im just a White person...Im not in the "klan", Im not a "skinhead"...most of my friends are Black...this is reverse racism!... I can't believe you are into this "hate White people thing"...you are being divisive!...oh my God...I can't believe you are saying this...bla bla bla...squonk squonk squonk..."
The non white person lacking the language to describe the logic of suspecting a White person may be a White supremacist then feels "unreasonable"..."uncomfortable"... GUILTY!
This experiment is designed to:
A. Provide a victim of racism with the counter racist thought, speech and/or action (logic) to remain "comfortable" (confident) while revealing truth about the system of racism White supremacy.
B. Make a White person reveal the effective mechanism for identifying which White people are White supremacists.
1. Ask the critical question: "Are you a White person?"
2. Ask the next logical question: "Are you a White supremacist?"
Inform the White person of their racist suspect status in a system of racism White supremacy. After they say what they want to say and calm down, continue with the experiment by asking these questions: (make sure you get a yes or no answer)
3. "are there any White supremacists on this planet?"
4. "Are there any White supremacists on this continent?"
5. "Are there any White supremacists in this country?"
6. "Are there any White supremacists in this (city, town, village...)?
7. "Are there any White supremacists in this room? (if in a vehicle, use that or what ever space you and the racist suspect occupy)
At what ever point the racist suspect decides to say "NO"; ask them what mechanism prevents a White supremacist from existing in the stated space.
8. Record the White persons answer and check it for evidence of its utility as a mechanism EFFECTIVELY identifying which White people are White supremacists.
9. Remind the White person of their racist suspect status in a system of racism White supremacy.