Three Rules for Racism Spotters

Racist CatFirst, know that accusing someone of racism is enough, as a mob of keyboard warriors will soon take upand amplify the cry. Second, don’t spare the emotive language. And finally, close tight your eyes to demonstrable fact and inconvenient evidence

  • Screaming “racism!” is a way to shut down debate. So rarely does it actually occur in its explicit form. Often, those who shout it the most are most guilty of it.

  • Alain

    Interesting how those calling others racist are the same ones who insist on identifying people not as individuals but as members of some racial, ethnic or religious collective. The behaviour and character of the individual is ignored by them, only the group to which they belong. Now you cannot get more racist than that.