The activity of posting racist comments on the internet. Includes any and all activity that disseminates, reinforces, promotes or perpetuates racial hate via the web. Written by an e-racist, these hate-filled rants are typically found on message boards and public comment sections throughout cyberspace.
If you read the public comments at Youtube for the Micheal Richards video, you'll agree that the level of e-racism displayed there is quite shocking.
Example #2: Every time a black person is voted off American Idol, the public message board for the show over-flows with e-racism.
A person that posts racist comments on the internet. Includes any individual or entity that disseminates, reinforces or perpetuates messages of racial hate via the web. Also see e-racist and e-racism.
I can always count on the e-bigots to come out of the wood work and post fucked-up racist comments on the web every time a black person is voted off a reality show.
Example #2: I was not at all surprised by all the e-bigots that posted comments on Youtube agreeing with Michael Richards rant.
A person that posts racist comments on the internet. Includes any individual or entity that disseminates, reinforces or perpetuates messages of racial hate via the web. A phenomenon known as e-racism.
I can always count on the e-racists to come out of the wood work and post fucked-up comments on the web every time a black person is voted off a reality show.
Example #2: I was not at all surprised by all the e-racists that posted comments on Youtube agreeing with Michael Richards rant.
1. The belief that "race" accounts for differences in character or ability.more...
2. Racial Prejudice + Power = Racism
People serious about the study of racism define it more strictly to mean the combination of racial prejudice + power. In other words, only the dominant group in a society can be racist because they have the power to oppress others. This forces the dominant group to recognize the dangerous side of their position of power and tends to make them upset. Some will avoid this issue all together and say that they are "colorblind", ignoring the very real effects of racial discrimination.
Marginalized groups of people can have racial prejudice towards members of the dominant group, (i.e., a black man calling a white man a cracker) but since they lack the power to oppress that group, it cannot be accurately called "racism." White people in America have not historically ...
Noun. White Entertainment Television. A television channel that is offered on cable and satellite tv focusing mainly on white caucasian culture and history. Currently W.E.T. does not exist as it would be seen as racist in todays society. Many of those in American society feel that the channel would strengthen anti-semitism.
Example 1:"We don't need W.E.T. because everyone on tv is white anyway."
Example 2:"There's a B.E.T. why can't there be a W.E.T.? That's racist!"
September 6, 2007 Urban Word of the Day
"Chocolate Rain" is a euphemism for racism created by Tay Zonday in his hit YouTube song "Chocolate Rain".
The school books say it can't be here again
The prisons make you wonder where it went
(Replace racism with chocolate rain and it begins to make sense)
The act of insuating that people the likes of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X, both civil rights activists, as well as organizations such as the NAACP, are racist.more...
The irony of this argument is that it is usually applied by those already harboring racial prejudice, as the subjects in question were a product of, and necessitated by, racial injustice and motivations to correct it themselves.
This may yield the argument that it is injustice that pro-White organizations cannot coexist, but there's a problem with this argument for three reasons:
1. Europeans/Caucasians have never been historically disadvantaged by racism; the irony is that America itself was founded by the extermination and subjugation of other races.
2. As a result of #1, the dominant race of America was European/Caucasion, leaving other races a minority factor and this has not considerably changed in today's day and age in spite of its more multicultural population.
3. Pro-White organizations have a notoriety for asserting the ideology of White supremacy. White Nationalist organizations that have surfaced after the steady decline of the KKK are contended to be a sanitized face for White supremacy, since violent demonstrations of force were no longer acceptable.
This is usually applied by those identifying with the political far right, who are historically anti-civil rights, as the KKK themselves were far right. It should also be noted that moderate conservative Abraham Lincoln caught a l...