Is The White Race Evil? Part 1

I don’t know this for a fact, but from my experiences dealing with them, and from my studies on race relations, it appears that the most wicked humans on the planet have always been Caucasians. Their biggest admirers, Asians, aren’t too far behind them though. While I have no love for homo sapiens at all, I have a particular distaste for White people and especially White Americans.

According to Christian Identity, it is Jews who are the cursed race, the offspring of Cain, with the non White races here on earth only to serve the Adamic, or White, race. (Caucasians are the descendants of Adam, these adherents believe.) I laugh at anyone who claims that Jewish people are not White. Hell, there are even Jews who state the same  – they are not White. But when you put Jews in a room with Christians, you can barely tell them apart. Jeff Goldblum looks very Semitic, which is why you would probably point him out as Jewish. Same with Gene Simmons and Jerry Seinfeld. But Paula Abdul, Natalie Portman, and Barbra Streisand do not look Jewish, whatever that means. Not to me.

How can these followers of Christian Identity declare that Jews are of the devil when it is so clearly they who are? Sure, there may have been Jewish businessmen that profited from the African Slave Trade but it was an atrocity that was started by the Spanish, Portuguese, and British. Jews were run out of the Iberian Peninsula, just as they have been chase from nearly every country they have tried settling in. Just like another marginalized group, I might add – the Romani (Gypsies).  Jewish people have never really held any power in the countries they resided in until the 19th and 20th Centuries, and then they were almost annihilated as a result of being prosperous. By who else? Their own kind – other Whites.

Truganini, one of the last full blooded Tasmanians

Here are just a few of the genocides perpetrated by the White race against indigenous peoples in North America, Africa, Asia, and beyond:

  • 10 million+ Estimated number of Native Americans living in land that is now the United States when European explorers first arrived in the 15th century
  • Less than 300,000 Estimated number of Native Americans living in the United States around 1900
  • 5.2 million identified as American Indian or Alaska Native in the 2010 census

After a visit to Australia, Charles Darwin, 19th century British biologist and geologist, said, “Death pursues the native in every place where the European sets foot.” On the visit, he met the European settlers that had settled on the hunting and gathering lands, and sacred places of the indigenous peoples. The European settlers expelled the indigenous people from their lands and in the process many aboriginals were killed by disease, as they had no immunity to the diseases the Europeans brought with them, starvation, and intentional killing in a hopeless power struggle. The most extreme part of this story took place on a small island near Australia called Tasmania.

For 10,000 years the population of the island of Tasmania lived in complete isolation from the rest of humanity. In 1803 the government of Britain began to settle Australia with criminals. 73 years later the last Tasmanian died. This completed the total annihilation of the residents of Tasmania 6,000 in total, by the Australian settlers.

In September 1939, World War II broke out. During the war the German Nazis conducted the most horrific genocide that has ever been attempted, against Jews and other populations. During the war, especially between June 1941 and January 1945, the Nazis murdered six million Jews. The killing was committed by massacres, gassing to death, requiring working in forced labor, and in other ways.

Groups of Roma first arrived in Europe at the start of the fifteenth century, from India and from Egypt. They suffered hundreds of years of cultural persecution and discrimination. During World War II the Nazis murdered hundred of thousands Roma using methods similar to those used for the murder of Jews.

White Imperialism has ravaged most of the African continent. Forced labor in the Belgian Congo killed off as much as 20% of the population, while nearly a quarter of a million died in the Herero & Namaqua genocide. According to a South African woman, almost 30 million Blacks died as a direct result of the vicious rule of Apartheid. Why were the Europeans in Africa? The same reasons they were in North and South America and parts of Asia (India for example) – greed. I never knew one thing about King Leopold and the Congo until I heard that line in the great Billy Joel 80s classic, We Didn’t Start The Fire. There has not been much written about the atrocities that occurred there, and I am not surprised – who cares about the deaths of millions of ‘apes’ in Africa when there are missing White women like Natalie Holloway to weep over?

To Be Continued…

Bloodshed in Europe

I was about to post comments on the Barcelona, Spain attack yesterday when I saw that a similar attack had taken place in Marseilles, France. I have been to Barcelona – I strolled Las Ramblas, I ate paella, and I drank sangria. I gazed upon the Sagrada Familia, visited Gaudi Parc Guell, and marveled at the honey-sweetness of fresh figs, the bottles of liquor available for purchase in vending machines, and the multitude of beggars, many of whom were missing limbs, an eye, several fingers, or were deformed in some other way. Marseilles, I have never seen – I’ve only visited Cannes and Nice (twice) in the South of France. But I went to Barcelona and I really enjoyed my time there. I feel sad now that I may never get to see the places I wasn’t able to visit on my past jaunts to Europe: Greece, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Romania, Poland, Luxembourg, Portugal, or Hungary.

The attacks in Spain started in Alcanar, when a person was killed in a house explosion. Then the other attacks swiftly followed, on Thursday, and finally on Friday.

– Just after 11 p.m., the fire brigade was alerted to an explosion in a house in Alcanar, a city about 100 miles southwest of Barcelona.
– One person was killed and seven others were injured. One of the injured was taken into custody on Friday.
– Police now believe the cause of the blast came from the premature detonation of explosive devices, which the suspects had intended to use in an attacks.
– Police said the person killed was a Spanish national and was not on police radar.
– Officials said the house collapsed completely and caused serious damage to the facade of the house next door.

– A white van plowed into pedestrians at around 5 p.m. on Las Ramblas, the city’s busiest tourist promenade.
– At least 13 people were killed and more than 120 injured in the country’s deadliest attack since the 2004 Madrid bombings.
– The driver of the van fled on foot and was believed to be still at large.
– People from at least 34 countries are among the injured, according to officials. A Belgian, two Italians and an American are among the dead.
– A second van, believed to be linked to the Barcelona van, was found in Vic, a town 43 miles from Barcelona, Reuters reported.
– A driver ran over two police officers at a security checkpoint, causing them minor injuries. It was unclear whether this was terrorism-related.
– ISIS claimed the Barcelona attack through its media wing, but offered no evidence supporting the claim.
An innocent victim

– In the early hours of Friday morning, five armed attackers drove a car through a crowd of people in the town of Cambrils, 75 miles southwest of Barcelona.
– One woman was killed and six others injured, including one police officer.
– Police engaged in a shootout with the attackers, and all five were shot dead, four of them by one officer.
– The attackers were wearing fake suicide belts, had carried an ax and knives in the car, and had wounded a person in the face with a knife before being shot.
 – CNN

Police in Marseille, southeastern France, detained the driver of a vehicle on Monday who crashed into two bus shelters in the city, killing one person, but the incident was not being investigated as terrorism.

The prosecutor for Marseille said later Monday that the driver had a letter on him that mentioned a psychiatric clinic, so they were following that lead. He said it was not believed to have been a terrorist attack, like the vehicle attacks that left 14 people dead in Spain last week. 

The suspect in Marseille was known to police for previous drug and weapons offences, according to French media.

Reuters quoted local police officials as saying it was not yet clear whether the fatal crash was deliberate. Police would only tell CBS News there was an operation underway, and they asked people to avoid the Old Port area, in the center of the city, where the suspect was detained.
 – CBS News

These terrorist attacks are becoming far too commonplace. When it isn’t White Nationalists here in the US, it’s ISIS-affiliated terrorists over in Europe. There seems to be more terror striking Western

nations than those we usually refer to as ‘Second & Third World’. That so many of these attackers are young men, some of whom were born in the countries where they led the attacks, speaks volumes about Muslims and the religion of Islam in particular. (Yet there are still non-Muslims defending the Islamic belief system, pointing out the thousands, millions even, who were killed in the past in the names of Christianity and Judaism, and how some of the murders yet are taking place – Israel being a prime example.)

Then you get the copy cats. If the killer in Marseilles turns out to be just an everyday, garden variety nutcase, then he’s definitely a copycat. The others, however, are all terrorists and this includes the coward who murdered Heather Heyer with his car. These recent deaths by motor vehicles will not be the last – I know for a fact that there will be more before 2017 comes to an end. The tragedy of this is that someone will probably beat the Barcelona attack by killing more innocent people. The next attack will possibly take place on European soil – again. If you are into prayer and believe it works, go for it. Pray for Europe. Pray for America. Pray for the entire world.

Whites Can’t Walk in Our Shoes – EVER

A few days ago, a Black man posted a comment to a subreddit that many Whites – and a British born Black – immediately took issue with. What he did was to express his personal dissatisfaction with the state of Black Americans in general. This fellow not only stated that Blacks cannot blame racism for most of their problems, he also compared them with other groups that have been actively detested over the centuries – Jews, in particular. Blacks are, in his opinion – which I happen to share, by the way: financially illiterate, entitled, and suffer from internalized racism. He also wrote that Blacks failure throughout the years cannot be explained by racism, that Black culture (here in America at least) encourages ignorance, indolence, crime, and despair, with an overall negativity that produces the most ‘worthless individuals’.


White liberals slammed him. They accused him of hating himself, of having been the victim of bullying by other Blacks, of being a Trump supporter, of being brainwashed by White supremacy, and being ‘racist’ towards his own people. How the hell can a Black person be racist towards other Black people? That’s the most preposterous bullshit I have ever heard in my life. Then there was the British Black – a guy from his comments – who had his two pence to declare, as if racism does not exist and has never existed in Britain. British Blacks and other people of color there have not only racism to content with, by class elitism as well. While class definitely exists in North (and even Central/South) America, it is far more pronounced in Europe, especially Britain. Have you ever heard of a Black aristocrat, Prime Minister (outside of Black dominated nations), or powerful Black leader anywhere in Europe? You can probably count them on one hand, or name not more than a dozen if that.

 What follows is my response to this guy’s opinion. (I didn’t mind stating the truth because Reddit is anonymous and if a moronic hacker wants to discover my real identity, more power to the fool.)

I agree with your entire post. I’m a Black woman and I’ve seen it with my own family, acquaintances, and neighbors. I have written about the issues in my blog, Daily Shit Talker. British and American culture cannot be compared, but blacks are low on the totem pole globally and that’s a bitter pill for many of us to swallow. Internalized racism, white supremacy & colonialism, and self esteem have little to do with the state blacks are in these days. None of my grandparents had children out of wedlock, but both my nieces and one nephew were and the fathers of 2 of them are currently in prison. My grandparents worked like hell for what they got in life, and only 1 finished high school. 

 They all worked on plantations as sharecroppers before leaving Georgia and South Carolina for NC, where they all worked for RJR Tobacco Company, the biggest employer in my hometown at the time. They bought cars, homes, and took care of their kids. These were people who suffered under Jim Crow, saw black men hanging from trees, who served in segregated Army units and were told all their lives that they weren’t as good as the White man. But the generations since the Civil Rights movement have regressed from success, not to claim victory over their slave origins, but to live off taxpayers and complain about racism every chance they get. Whites have no say in how we as a people have gone backwards rather than forwards, because this is an example of not knowing how it is until you’ve walked in our shoes, and you cannot do this in America, Canada, Britain, or any other society where whites dominate.

White people – nor any other race or ethnicity – can ever truly understand how it feels to walk in the shoes of a Black person. Jews can’t, Indians can’t, Aborigines can’t, Latinos can’t, and Natives can’t. Asians like the Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and Koreans certainly can’t. Arabs can’t either. No one else can. NO ONE. The only people who have even tried to understand were John Howard Griffin and Grace Halsell, and the experiences changed them forever. (I have both books published of their accounts in my collection, and have read each more than once.) A journalist named Ray Sprigle had also gone undercover as a Black man in the US more than a decade before Griffin and Halsell did. He too wrote about it, and I plan to obtain the book comprised of his series of articles as soon as I can.

During his trip, Griffin abided by the rule that he would not change his name or alter his identity; if asked who he was or what he was doing, he would tell the truth.[4] In the beginning, he decided to talk as little as possible[5] to ease his transition into the social milieu of southern U.S. blacks. He became accustomed everywhere to the “hate stare” received from whites.

After he disguised himself, many people who knew Griffin as a white man did not recognize him. Sterling Williams, a black shoeshine man in the French Quarter whom Griffin regarded as a casual friend, did not recognize him. Because Griffin wanted assistance in entering into the black community, he decided to tell Sterling about his identity and project. He first hinted that he wore the same unusual shoes as somebody else,[6]but Sterling still did not recognize him until Griffin told him.

In New Orleans, a black counterman at a small restaurant chatted with Griffin about the difficulties of finding a place to go to the bathroom, as facilities were segregated and blacks were prohibited from many. He turned a question about a Catholic church into a joke about “spending much of your time praying for a place to piss”.

On a bus trip, Griffin began to give his seat to a white woman, but disapproving looks from black passengers stopped him. He thought he had a momentary breakthrough with the woman, but she insulted him and began talking with other white passengers about how impudent the blacks were becoming. – Wikipedia

Bitch, you are NOT Black! And it’s not about the cornrows. It’s about her deleted caption.

You Cannot Erase The Past

Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayana

Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future. John F. Kennedy

Some of the best lessons we ever learn are learned from past mistakes. The error of the past is the wisdom and success of the future. Dale Turner

If we open a quarrel between past and present, we shall find that we have lost the future. Winston Churchill

The past cannot be changed. The future is yet in your power. Unknown

The best prophet of the future is the past. Lord Byron

One must always maintain one’s connection to the past and yet ceaselessly pull away from it. Gaston Bachelard


The past is not dead, it is living in us, and will be alive in the future which we are now helping to make. William Morris

Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past. George Orwell

I’m looking forward to the future, and feeling grateful for the past. Mike Rowe

Forgiving does not erase the bitter past. A healed memory is not a deleted memory. Instead, forgiving what we cannot forget creates a new way to remember. We change the memory of our past into a hope for our future. Lewis B. Smedes

Study the past, if you would divine the future. Confucius

We cannot change our past. We can not change the fact that people act in a certain way. We can not change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude. Charles R. Swindoll


Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future, too. Marcus Aurelius

I have great respect for the past. If you don’t know where you’ve come from, you don’t know where you’re going. I have respect for the past, but I’m a person of the moment. I’m here, and I do my best to be completely centered at the place I’m at, then I go forward to the next place. Maya Angelou

The future influences the present just as much as the past. Friedrich Nietzsche

The past is a great place and I don’t want to erase it or to regret it, but I don’t want to be its prisoner either. Mick Jagger

Life is divided into three terms – that which was, which is, and which will be. Let us learn from the past to profit by the present, and from the present, to live better in the future. William Wordsworth

If you want the present to be different from the past, study the past. Baruch Spinoza

We must respect the past, and mistrust the present, if we wish to provide for the safety of the future. Joseph Joubert

Right actions in the future are the best apologies for bad actions in the past. Tryon Edwards

The past is a source of knowledge, and the future is a source of hope. Love of the past implies faith in the future. Stephen Ambrose

We should face reality and our past mistakes in an honest, adult way. Boasting of glory does not make glory, and singing in the dark does not dispel fear. Hussein of Jordan

One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present. Golda Meir

America is false to the past, false to the present, and solemnly binds herself to be false to the future. Frederick Douglass

Racism Originated With Europeans (Part 2)

When one examines the curious relationship between the 55 nations of the African continent with the rest of the world, one sees a pattern of racism that is difficult to deny. European colonialism is the worst single curse to have befallen the so-called ‘dark’ continent. If the White man had never explored that region, many animals would not be extinct and the slave trade would never have occurred. Okay, the Arabs were enslaving Africans as well but African leaders of the times were usually complicit. And while they may have been involved with the European slave trade, it was mostly the White man’s operation – namely, the Spanish, the Portuguese, and the British.

In the British case much of the jumble of stereotypes, pseudo-science and wild conjecture that coalesced to form racism arose from the political battles fought over the slave trade and slavery, during the last decades of the 18th century and the first decades of the 19th. The men who set out to defend slavery assembled a vast arsenal of new claims and old theories about black people, which they then codified, refined and disseminated through books, pamphlets, cartoons and speeches.

That propaganda campaign, along with the institution of British slavery itself, was ultimately defeated by the moral energy of the abolitionist campaign, and by the determination of the slaves of the Caribbean to resist their enslavement, yet the ideas about the nature of African peoples and the cultures of Africa that had been marshalled by the pro-slavery lobby lived on. Some, in more subtle forms, are still with us today. – The Guardian

Fredricksburg, VA slave auction block
The former slave auction block was still in place as a reminder of our nation’s ugly past in Charleston, South Carolina but now that the progressives wish to erase history, it may be removed soon so if you wish to see it, you’d better go now. My regret is not having my photo taken beside it, when I was in that city fifteen years ago. Taking down Confederate statues and other symbols of ‘hate’ such as Rebel flags, and banning groups that are anti immigrant, anti Muslim, anti minority, and anti Jewish, will not have any effect on peoples’ emotions other than to fan the flames of hatred even more.

The classical empires of Greece and Rome were based on slave labor. But ancient slavery was not viewed in racial terms. Slaves were most often captives in wars or conquered peoples. If we understand white people as originating in what is today Europe, then most slaves in ancient Greece and Rome were white. Roman law made slaves the property of their owners, while maintaining a “formal lack of interest in the slave’s ethnic or racial provenance,” wrote Robin Blackburn in The Making of New World Slavery.

More importantly, encounters in the ancient world between the Mediterranean world and Black Africans did not produce an upsurge of racism against Africans. In Before Color Prejudice, Howard University classics professor Frank Snowden documented innumerable accounts of interaction between the Greco-Roman and Egyptian civilizations and the Kush, Nubian, and Ethiopian kingdoms of Africa. He found substantial evidence of integration of Black Africans in the occupational hierarchies of the ancient Mediterranean empires and Black-white intermarriage. Black and mixed race gods appeared in Mediterranean art, and at least one Roman emperor, Septimius Severus, was an African.

Between the 10th and 16th centuries, the chief source of slaves in Western Europe was Eastern Europe. In fact, the word “slave” comes from the word “Slav,” the people of Eastern Europe.

“All men are created equal”

Within a few decades, the ideology of white supremacy was fully developed. Some of the greatest minds of the day–such as Scottish philosopher David Hume and Thomas Jefferson, the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence–wrote treatises alleging Black inferiority.
The ideology of white supremacy based on the natural inferiority of Blacks, even allegations that Blacks were subhuman, strengthened throughout the 18th century. This was the way that the leading intellectual figures of the time reconciled the ideals of the 1776 American Revolution with slavery. The American Revolution of 1776 and later the French Revolution of 1789 popularized the ideas of liberty and the rights of all human beings. The Declaration of Independence asserts that “all men are created equal” and possess certain “unalienable rights”–rights that can’t be taken away–of “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” – Socialist Worker

White supremacy – the belief in the superiority of the white race, especially in matters of intelligence and culture – achieved the height of its popularity during the period of European colonial expansion to the Western Hemisphere, Africa, and Asia stretching from the late 1800s to the first half of the twentieth century. White supremacists have based their ideas on a variety of theories and supposedly proven facts; the most prominent of these include the claims of pseudoscientific racist academic research that attempted to correlate inferiority and pathological behavior with categories of racial phenotypes, especially head size in the case of eugenics. White supremacist belief has also been justified by the Biblical Hamitic hypothesis, which viewed blacks as the descendants of Ham who would be cursed for life. There is a direct correlation between the rise of imperialism and colonialism and the expansion of white supremacist ideology justifying the changing international order, which increasingly saw Europeans assuming political control over peoples of darker skin color through military force and ideological means, such as religion and education. It is important to note that the range of those considered “white” expanded considerably in the twentieth century. For example, in the United States, not all ethnic groups with white skin were initially considered white. It was not until well into the twentieth century that the Irish and Italians, for example, were considered white. By the end of that century, the United States federal government had also expanded its definition of whites to include Arabs. –

Slavery genuinely has had devastating repercussions for us Black people of the New World including the Caribbean, Latin America, and of course, the United States. To this day, as a direct result of having been slaves, we are despised, ridiculed, and widely believed to be ‘less than human’, more like ‘apes’ than people. Treated worse than dogs, the Black American has been relegated to ordering food from the back doors of diners and cafes, sitting in the rear of the bus (standing too, when the Whites Only seats were filled), living in substandard housing in areas of towns usually known as ‘Nigger Bottoms’ and ‘Niggerville’, routinely being made fun of in minstrel shows and cartoons, and worst of all, enduring cruelty at the hands of mean-spirited Whites: being spat on, beaten with sticks, pelted with rocks, run out of neighborhoods, bombed out of homes, and even lynched.

No other race or ethnic group has been so loathsomely regarded as the Black race in America.

Racism Originated With Europeans (Part 1)

Where did racism come from? How did racism become a belief that a certain race is better than the other? From which group of people did racist beliefs originate? If you guessed European, you are correct. Sometime during the 15th Century, Europeans began to view the world in a racist manner. The religious leaders of the time came to accept that this worldview was a God-given law, and by the 18th C., scientists began to classify the earth’s peoples according to racial categories. By the time the 19th C. was ushered in, politicians had leaped upon the race wagon by declaring that the White race, by dint of their progress and domination over the other races, were destined to rule the world.

Race as a biological concept was created in 15th century Spain by the Spanish Inquisition, in 1492, just as Columbus was sailing the ocean blue – and getting lost – the Christian kingdom of Ferdinand and Isabella succeeded in driving out the Moors (African and Arab Muslims) who had ruled the Iberian Peninsula since 721 A.D. Under Moorish rule, Spain had been the center of European culture. The Moors built 11 universities, thousands of book stores, hot and cold running water perfumed with roses, and a system of public baths for poor as well as rich. Moorish cities were centers of trade with Africa and Asia. Jewish people flourished during the Moorish empire; they had major roles in education and commerce, and were treated more justly than at any other time in European history. But the Christian conquest changed all that. The Inquisition demanded that all Muslims and Jews convert to Christianity or face expulsion from Spain. Many converted but practiced their religions in secret. So the Inquisition established the infamous practice of “limpieza de sangra” testing the blood as well as the family tree of Moors and Jews to ferret out non – Christians. One drop of “dark” blood and you were out!

Enter the ‘noble savage’ African and Native peoples of the Americas. Europeans had to come up with a compelling justification for their thievery of the land that rightfully belonged to the indigenous peoples. They had to reassure themselves that they were not going to Hell because they were faithful Christians, despite taking these dark-skinned people from their lands, stealing their land, tearing apart families, and treating them as ‘beasts of the land’ rather than human, and the ancient belief that black is the color of evil, death, and sin. (More on this in the second installment of this series.)

WHITE SUPREMACY: White supremacy is an historically based, institutionally perpetuated system of exploitation and oppression of continents, nations and peoples of color by white peoples and nations of the European continent; for the purpose of maintaining and defending a system of wealth, power and privilege. 

WHITE PRIVILEGE: A privilege is a right, favor, advantage, immunity, specially granted to one individual or group, and withheld from another. White privilege is an historically based, institutionally perpetuated system of: (1) Preferential prejudice for and treatment of white people based solely on their skin color and/or ancestral origin from Europe; and (2) Exemption from racial and/or national oppression based on skin color and/or ancestral origin from Africa, Asia, the Americas and the Arab world.

RACE: A specious classification of human beings created by Europeans (whites) which assigns human worth and social status using ‘white’ as the model of humanity and the height of human achievement for the purpose of establishing and maintaining privilege and power.

PREJUDICE: A prejudice is a pre-judgment in favor of or against a person, a group, an event, an idea, or a thing. An action based on prejudgment is discrimination. A negative prejudgment is often called a stereotype. An action based on a stereotype is called bigotry. (What distinguishes this group of terms from all the others on these two pages is that there is no power relationship necessarily implied or expressed by “prejudice,” discrimination,” “stereotype” or “bigotry.”) 

INTERNALIZED RACISM: (1) The poison of racism seeping into the psyches of people of color, until people of color believe about themselves what whites believe about them — that they are inferior to whites; (2) The behavior of one person of color toward another that stems from this psychic poisoning. Often called “inter-racial hostility;” and (3) The acceptance by persons of color of Eurocentric values. 

REVERSE RACISM: A term created and used by white people to deny their white privilege. Those in denial use the term reverse racism to refer to hostile behavior by people of color toward whites, and to affirmative action policies, which allegedly give ‘preferential treatment’ to people of color over whites. In the U.S., there is no such thing as “reverse racism.” 

A RACIST: A racist is one who is both privileged and socialized on the basis of race by a white supremacist (racist) system. The term applies to all white people (i.e., people of European descent) living in the United States, regardless of class, gender, religion, culture or sexuality. By this definition, people of color cannot be racists, because as peoples within the U.S. system, they do not have the power to back up their prejudices, hostilities or acts of discrimination. (This does not deny the existence of such prejudices, hostilities, acts of rage or discrimination.)

Definitions by Sharon Martinas, Fourth Revision Spring 1995