Neoracism

Looks like this prediction is starting, the Spirits seem to agree. I would encourage you to read the full article.

Notes on 1-14-14
I had a visual of several different television sets lined up back to back and then it focused on just one television and it showed a group of people raising several red flags and as the wind opened them up they were Nazi flags.

The Facts 2-15-14: Experts concerned scientific advances are giving rise to ‘neoracism’
“New forms of discrimination, known as “neoracism”, are taking hold in scientific research, spreading the belief that races exist and are different in terms of biology, behaviour and culture, according to anthropologists who spoke at the annual American Association for the Advancement of Science conference in Chicago.
This comes despite decades-long efforts to reverse attitudes that were used to justify the slave trade and the Nazi ideology.
“Genome science can help us a lot in the individualisation of medical practice,” said Nina Jablonski, an anthropology professor at The Pennsylvania State University.
But she warned that science could be “misused” to propagate the belief that people inherently have different abilities based on skin colour or ethnic background” Quoted News: http://www.news.com.au/technology/science/experts-concerned-that-advances-in-genetic-sequencing-are-giving-rise-to-neoracism/story-fn5fsgyc-1226828291896

8 thoughts on “Neoracism

  1. I am an Anthropologist, hold both of my degrees in the field, and taught at the college level for a number of years in both Biological Anthropology and Cultural Anthropology. This honestly breaks my heart. I tried so faithfully to instill in my students a respect for differences while embracing the similarities in all people and I will never stop trying to find a way to bring the world together. In my heart of hearts, I know we will all somehow make a difference.

    1. It is so difficult to see that technology is taking us backwards, even as it was looking as if we were sociologically evolving beyond this by now. =/ Every person does make a difference, and I too, will refuse to allow this backwards thinking to permeate myself and those in my sphere. Now more than ever, people need to learn from history, and refuse to repeat it.

      Zaza, know that you made a difference in those young adults, who will in their turn do the same with those around them.

  2. Zaza, I was studying anthropology for a short time, and my beliefs were confirmed. Whilst we may all have our differences, be that cultural, physical, medical etc, we are all still HUMAN. I can only hope something good can come out of this terrible idea (Neoracism).

  3. I agree with all of you, whole-heartedly, and Tina, I do hope I was able to make an impact, no matter how small. After all, one pebble tossed in water starts out with a small ripple that spreads out over time. 🙂 Dana, I remember one of my professors stating that there is a race, one race, the HUMAN race and while some of the students scoffed and called it idealistic, I thought it was beautiful and also thought to myself, “So what if it’s idealistic? Shouldn’t we all be aiming for that ideal instead of the alternative? Bring on the Cheese Fest if it makes the world a better place!” And Eric, it’s people like you who keep the memory alive and continue to fight for what’s right and voice the truth. The moment we all stop fighting and the memory fades is the moment true chaos will reign. So long as we continue to promote acceptance and respect, the bad will never fully take over. I, for one, am grateful for your message and I’m sure Dana and Tina are too. 🙂 Tell the Spirits I said thank you for watching over all of us.

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