1.) The white race
2.) a word-concept tool CREATED and USED ** (knowingly and/or unknowingly) BY WHITES (europeans/whites and white supremacists/racists) ** and subsequently propagated (knowingly and/or unknowingly) by non-white victims of the white supremacy system.
3.) The only race is the white race. The creation of race is a white compensation. No people, other than white people, created or wield the race tool concept with authority**.
RACE is a word-concept tool compensation from the white brain computer. It is specifically created and used by White Supremacists (Racists), certain White People and conceptually spread by White Supremacists (Racists) certain Whites and Non-whites (Victims Of Racism).
When the term 'Race' is used by White Supremacists (Racists), White persons or Non-whites (Victims Of Racism) to describe a group of people within the 'White - over - Non-white' system of White Supremacy (Racism), it directly and/or indirectly and purposefully and/or happenstantially serves to maintain White Supremacy (Racism).
Stated another way: The RACE concept GAME and its rules were created by WHITE SUPREMACISTS around the 18th century (that's the 1700's) and enforced upon Non-whites who eventually 'beLIEved' and defended SUCH DOGMA as law(absolute)over many years and generations.
** Information for thought/study:
"Racism as we know it had it's origins in early 17th and 18th century European thought. Race was a classification system invented by europeans to press primarily political aims or claims of groups within european countries then to represent the relationships between these groups, rather, between these countries and finally to govern the relations outside Europe. Europe was composed of peoples who had come from different regions and frequently the lines of political tensions coincided to those origins so that evidence about different customs of the original groups could be used in political argument. Prior to the 18th century there was no conception of race as a physical concept, although there certainly was the basic idea grounded in the European thought that black was the color of sin and death"...
"The first systematic racial classification was that advanced by Johan Freidrich Bloomenbach in 1775. He argued that there were five basic racial divisions... Caucasian Mongolian Ethiopian American and Malay."
... it was only in the 19th century that individuals came to be described as belonging to races and to maintain that differences between people stem from race. The English came to use the word race to denote divisions of mankind who were distinguished simultaneously as social as well as biological units american attitudes about race were derived from the same traditions, arguments and books as the English.
In 1853 Count Arthur de Gobineau published his full volume work 'Essay on the Inequality of human races' Note:('Essai sur l'inégalité des races humaines' - an early classic on the supremacy of the Nordic-Aryan race) which became a standard work for race theories in history. No one before Gobineau had attempted to argue that there was a single reason, one single force, according to which civilization always and everywhere rises and falls. Gobineau further argued that the fallof civilation was due to a degeneration of race and that the decay of race was due to a MIXture of blood. This line of thinking evolved ultimately into the notion of the survival of the fittest. What Gobineau was seeking, however, was a political means of creating an elite to replace the dying aristocracy. Instead of princes, he substituted a RACE of princes, the Aryans, who were in danger of being submerged by the non-Aryan lower-classes through democracy. The concept of race made it possible to organize the "innig" personalities of German romanticism, to define them as members of a natural aristocracy, destined to rule over all others. In England, therefore, race thinking and class thinking combined in a curious marriage. The concept of inheritance applied to the very nature of liberty became the idealogical basis from which english nationalism received its curious touch of 'race feeling'. This signified the acceptance of the feudal concept of liberty as the sum total of priveleges inherited together with title and land. *'The English frame of race thinking was almost obsessed with inheritace theories and their modern equivilant, eugenics". Now, several racism documents emerged during the 1800's in England and America. The first of the more important was the theory of polygenism which dominated English and American view of race between 1850 and 1859. This theory held that there were distinct races of human being and that these races, in fact, represented separate and distinct species. This conception of the origin of the races was invoked to justify slavery and reinforce oppression against africans and others of so-called mixed origin. This view was eventually supplanted in popular opinion by darwinism which arrived at the opposite but far more convincing conclusion. Darwinism deriving also from the priniple of inheritance held that man is not related only to man but to animal life and that the existence of lower races shows clearly that gradual differences alone separate man from beast and that a powerful struggle for existence dominates all living things.
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