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Anti-racism refers to opposition to "racism". In the guise of combating racism and xenophobia, this doctrine encourages discrimination in favour of aliens, the dissolution of European identity, the multi-racialisation of European society, and, at root, paradoxically, racism itself.

Like the Greens, whose ideological demands do nothing to protect the environment, but surreptitiously promote a concealed Trotskyist agenda, anti-racists use their fake struggle against racism to destroy the European’s identity, as they advance cosmopolitan and alien interests. Anti-racism, moreover, translates into a racial obsession and contradicts itself, since its partisans deny the existence of races. In promoting open borders and dogmatically encouraging multi-racial society, anti-racists end up objectively provoking racism. The dominant ideology imposes a quasi-religious anti-racist faith that promotes integration into its politically correct society. Anti-racism is quintessentially a form of intellectual terrorism. Whoever disapproves of immigration or affirms the superiority of European civilisation — and identity — whoever denounces the evils of multi-racial society, whoever observes the ethnic character of the growing criminal element — is demonised and branded by media, society, and the law as a ‘racist’. Touchstone of the self-righteous, anti-racism is the most advanced expression of postmodern totalitarian ideology. It demonises all forms of rebellion and anti-system opposition. Similarly, it neutralises and keeps potential dissidents within the system’s ideological bounds. A certain intellectual Right, hoping not to alienate the ruling powers, has in this way been recuperated, marginalised, and subjected, losing in the process any hope of being publicly recognised. In effect, it endeavours to collaborate with the enemy and obey its dictates, somewhat like the Orthodox Church under Stalin. This egghead Right (it’s necessary to mention it, for it’s a textbook case) is not content with publicly declaring itself to be ‘anti-racist’, but goes so far as to denounce whoever publicly defends his European identity as a ‘racist’. Incredible, but true. This all goes to show the paralysing and integrative power of anti-racist dogma, which demands that its collaborators become informers — which probably isn’t a very sound calculation.

(see xenophilia)

Organized anti-racism

The term often more narrowly refers to certain forms of organized "anti-racism", such as by "anti-racist" organizations or by the state through "anti-racist" laws.

In practice, this organized "anti-racism" is often anti-White and only or predominantly directed at Whites. This has been described as "Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White". See The Mantra.

"Anti-racist" organizations are often also pro-mass immigration and pro-multiculturalism.

They rarely protest against racism by minorities, or against racism in non-White countries, and rarely advocate for mass immigration to, and multiculturalism, in non-White countries.

Inspired by the Jewish Frankfurt School and Cultural Marxism more generally, the organized "anti-racism" often try to control, change, and censor the culture and the language.

These organized forms of "anti-racism" are often organized by far-left groups, such as by communist/social anarchist groups and often have a large over-representation of minorities such as Jews. They often have connections to lobby organizations for the self-interests of non-White groups.

Organized criminality and violence

"Anti-racist" and usually far left organizations such as antifa have extensively used criminality and violence in order to try to silence pro-Europeans, including persons/organizations who only peacefully object to the mass immigration. These activities are often to varying degrees censored in the politically correct media.

The term "Racism"

See the Racism article.

Arguments regarding the existence of races

See the Arguments regarding the existence of races article.

Race denialism

See the Race denialism article.

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