Intimidating whites

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Beck is steadily losing advertisers, but his viewers seem to be sticking with him. White desperation is manifesting itself in various forms.Undoubtedly, there are white Americans who agree with Beck and will cite as evidence Obama's long-term membership in Reverend Jeremiah Wright's ethnocentric Church, his Administration dropping charges against members of the New Black Panther Party suspected of intimidating white Philadelphia voters, and his nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the U. Last week I received an e-mail from a Jewish woman whom I shall call Hadassah who described herself as being frustrated by racial preferences and racial double standards.She claimed she feared her initial Trump vote would be changed to a vote for Hillary Clinton.WASHINGTON — People have a tendency to perceive black men as larger and more threatening than similarly sized white men, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.“If on the morning of Election Day it turns out that we have white supremacists standing around looking threatening at polling places, I think it would arouse anger,” he said.“People would vote just to prove they’re not being intimidated by these radical racists.” Although Mr Trump decries the “rigged” electoral system, there is no definitive proof that voter fraud is a widespread problem in the US.“The possibility of violence on or around Election Day is very real,” Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Centre told Politico.

"Whites are people too" is the title of a You Tube video making the rounds on the Internet.Hers is one of many such e-mails I have received over the years from whites who confess to having been raised in liberal democratic- homes, but who are now flirting with white nationalism.Black Male Predator Narrative Since the days of slavery, the propagation of the myth of the predatory Black man has been used to instill fear in whites and to justify their brutality and violence against Black individuals, communities and continents.“Unarmed black men are disproportionately more likely to be shot and killed by police, and often these killings are accompanied by explanations that cite the physical size of the person shot,” said lead author John Paul Wilson, Ph D, of Montclair State University.“Our research suggests that these descriptions may reflect stereotypes of black males that do not seem to comport with reality.” Wilson and his colleagues conducted a series of experiments involving more than 950 online participants (all from the United States) in which people were shown a series of color photographs of white and black male faces of individuals who were all of equal height and weight.

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