1 definition by aGiftedRighter

It's really very simple.

Racism is when you believe that you're inherently objectively superior to one person or a group due to genetics (there other things but this is why you're here).

Prejudice is having a certain expectation of an individual based on subjective factors.

Our severely weak society has gone to great lengths to ensure that these two ideas, while wholly separate, become one in the same, allowing the weak of our society to manipulate power and wealth from others.

The trick is very deft and would be beautiful if it wasn't so evil.
Racism vs Prejudice

Hateful guy: "There's a black guy! Man, I hate niggers for their wide noses and penises. They should all die or be put in servitude because they're black."

*Black guy walking down the street at 2 a.m. in Brownsville, Brooklyn.*

*Spies two black guys wearing extremely loose clothing and an undignified walk pacing towards him.*

"Hmmm, I'm going to cross the street now."

These two scenarios are not the same.

One displays the content of his character and his feelings towards a group as a whole.
The other does neither.

Learn to tell the difference between the two. After doing this and understanding the central and honestly quite obvious differences, listen carefully to hear when someone confuses the two (it won't take long), their ulterior motives are now obvious within this new frame of mind.

You have now acquired the ability to identify charlatans at will.

Use this ability for the good of mankind, it is needed desperately.

~an honest black guy~
by aGiftedRighter May 10, 2016