The debate "Conservatives are Racist. Why" was started by
November 22, 2018, 9:12 am.
By the way, jrardin12 is disagreeing with this statement.
10 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 21 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
Nemiroff posted 2 arguments to the disagreers part.
10 visitors agree.
jrardin12, MrShine, Nemiroff, Debater23, Matt, brauliogtz, TJ, JDAWG9693 and 13 visitors disagree.
so no other people hate each other when white people arent involved?
racism start with white people. America was a native land, they are peaceful people. what white people did is slaughter them and take their land for granted and use Chinese immigrants to mine sliver
conservatives have done more to fight racism than any other party, the first black congressmen senator Supreme court justice etc. were all conservatives.
that is wrong. all people are racist. many black people are racists to whites, they just dont have the power dynamic to enforce it on a large scale. many groups of Hispanics are racist to each other. same goes for asians. native Americans may also hate white people.
although their (counter) racism comes from historically justified reasons, (unlike white people's racism towards native Americans and blacks), it doesnt justify them bringing their general stereotypes onto random white individuals who may not embody this stereotypes at all. like a poor white person moving to a native american or black area and shouldering the burden of the communities frustrations.
the people are just as racist. the difference is there are certain groups in the conservative ranks that see racism as a priority world view that requires active action, legislation, and enforcement. rather than second hand stereotypes in the background of their world view.
I think your premise is worded wrong. I'd argue that while racists are generally conservatives, not all conservatives are racists.