“Racism” Is Not Sinful


Elizabeth Wright

Over the years, as Whites have worked to defend themselves against the charge of “racism”, they have validated this slur by giving it greater importance than it deserves, and thereby helped to institutionalize it as the world’s greatest “sin.”

Nagasaki, Japan. September 24, 1945, 6 weeks a...Nagasaki, Japan. September 24, 1945, 6 weeks after the atomic bomb attack on that city, the second atomic blast in history.

As to genuine sin, harboring negative thoughts concerning some group is much further down the list of human deficiencies … than bombingHiroshima, Nagasaki, Dresden and Hamburg, or hacking to death with machetes the men, women and children of an enemy tribe.  Now… those are sins!

Seeking to force “diversity” down the throats of an unreceptive segment of society is the religious mission of rabid, agenda-driven ideologues.  None of this apparent concern for “social justice” has ever been about virtue. 

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