Joseph Arthur de Gobineau

“Why is it only we can be racists,” pretentious and historically ignorant whites often ask. But let us remember that white people wouldn’t do right by blacks out of natural love and, despite their historical revisions, black people have fought for every freedom we have gained here in this country. Now white people want everyone to be able to be a racist. Below, racism’s modern definition is cited:

Modern definition: bq. rac·ism /ˈreɪsɪzəm/–noun 1. a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others. 2. a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination. 3. hatred or intolerance of another race or other races. Is it surprising that contemporary Western definitions of racism (defined by non other than the heirs of the legacy themselves) modified it to suit their needs.

But, the modern definition was not the original definition. It’s not the definition ascribed by the (white) man who is most often referred to as “racism’s father,” Joseph Arthur de Gobineau. Per his definition racism was only for whites.

Born July 14, 1816, de Gobineau became famous for developing the racialist theory of the Aryan master race in his book An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races (1853-1855).

He is credited as being the father of modern racial demography.

To the morally bankrupt whites who ignore ‘racism’s” true definition to self-servingly embrace the contemporary one that is suited for their lives’ comfort, Black On White (BOW) Reparations activist St. Nicolas Thief is quoted as saying: before you call us racist, give us the opportunity to enslave you due to your skin color, first. Give us the chance to strip you of your name, Christianity, Judaism or Atheism. Let us rape and slay you without penalty. Give us time to write and pass laws that discriminate against you. Then call us racists.

All things considered, I agree.

Aarron Malik Gershwin