What’s the definition of racism? Well, it seems to me that a person is racist if they treat people of a different skin color differently than they treat people of their own skin color. So, if a white person treats a black person differently than they do a white person, then the white person is a racist. Because they’re discriminating on the basis of skin color. So, who are the real racists? Conservatives? Or Progressives?
The Yale School of Management reports on a new academic study that provides the definitive answer to the question:
According to new research by Cydney Dupree, assistant professor of organizational behavior at Yale SOM, white liberals tend to downplay their own verbal competence in exchanges with racial minorities, compared to how other white Americans act in such exchanges. The study is scheduled for publication in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
[…]Dupree and her co-author, Susan Fiske of Princeton University, began by analyzing the words used in campaign speeches delivered by Democratic and Republican presidential candidates to different audiences over the years. They scanned 74 speeches delivered by white candidates over a 25-year period. Approximately half were addressed to mostly-minority audiences—at a Hispanic small business roundtable discussion or a black church, for example. They then paired each speech delivered to a mostly-minority audience with a comparable speech delivered at a mostly-white audience—at a mostly-white church or university, for example. The researchers analyzed the text of these speeches for two measures: words related to competence (that is, words about ability or status, such as “assertive” or “competitive”) and words related to warmth (that is, words about friendliness, such as “supportive” and “compassionate”).
[…]The team found that Democratic candidates used fewer competence-related words in speeches delivered to mostly minority audiences than they did in speeches delivered to mostly white audiences. The difference wasn’t statistically significant in speeches by Republican candidates… There was no difference in Democrats’ or Republicans’ usage of words related to warmth.
More testing confirmed the patronizing white supremacist attitude of whites on the political left:
They designed a series of experiments in which white participants were asked to respond to a hypothetical or presumed-real interaction partner. For half of these participants, their partner was given a stereotypically white name (such as “Emily”); for the other half, their partner was given a stereotypically black name (such as “Lakisha”). Participants were asked to select from a list of words for an email to their partner.
[…]The researchers found that liberal individuals were less likely to use words that would make them appear highly competent when the person they were addressing was presumed to be black rather than white. No significant differences were seen in the word selection of conservatives based on the presumed race of their partner.
Conservatives aren’t racist at all – they’re color blind.
One of the reasons why I get along so well with white conservatives is that they don’t patronize me with low expectations, the way that white leftists patronize non-whites. The view of white progressives is similar to the view of white supremacist racists – they think that there is something defective about people like me because of our non-white skin color.
White supremacists and white progressives agree on this: that non-white people aren’t competent enough to make our own decisions. We need help from big government in order to do what whites can do without help. We need to be told what to think for our own good, and shamed if we step out of line. It’s amazing to me that white racist progressives are seen as “compassionate”, when they are the ones who actually believe in the racial inferiority of non-whites.
4 thoughts on “New study: white progressives are more racist against minorities than white conservatives”
I believe it! Considering the insane condescension they have in virtue signaling how non-racist they are by lowering standards assuming people of color are too dumb to achieve equally with them! Many people of color feel invalidated by the feeling they were the affirmative action hire rather than on merit like everyone else! Not to mention keeping them dependent on welfare for votes!
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“Conservatives aren’t racist at all – they’re color blind.”
Hmmm… I wouldn’t say that one lol as “racism” holds no “party line”.
Anybody can be a racist and most of all anyone can express racial prejudice and bias. It’s human (sin) nature but it’s understandable.
Thing is each person has to decide for him/herself how they will treat people who are “different” from who they are.
It’s not always easy from societal “tribal social pressures” and people groups but it’s right to treat all people with at least basic kindness, consideration and respect.
It’s not no “Black vs. White, Rich vs. Poor, Democrat vs. Republican, Liberal vs. Conservative” argument: it’s an “heart issue” with folks.
Someone always wants to be “superior” to others is what it really all comes down to…
~ Bro. Jed
The Democratic Party certainly has always been on the wrong side of Black people!
Hmm…I worked with a mixed racial man, who looked black, and it seemed to me that a few known liberals always wanted to be his friend. They didn’t know him. They were indifferent to me because I looked white even though I am to mixed. This study could explain it.