Scott Roberts with a bullhorn and a message to gatherings of implicit Whites (starting 45:15)

Posted by DanielS on Monday, 18 April 2016 06:49.


Business Insider writer, Ruchika Agarwal, claims that racial discrimination has no scientific basis and yet everybody perceives racial categories. [?]

The particular evidence that she cites being studies that show that people are less empathetic to other races.

She suggest that while it is hard to control unconscious responses, conscious efforts to combat bias and increased interaction with other races could help our brains see that our brains are “99.99% the same.”

These conclusions by this recent economics and telecommunications graduate from The University of Florida reveal her institutional conditioning.

Despite the fact that everybody perceives racial categories, even on levels of pre-conscious brain function, these categories “don’t exist!”

Here are the scientific premises she takes:

1) Race as a category is perceived in neurological responses of the older parts of the brain but 2) can be rejected as categorizations on a conscious level through neural re-routing in newer parts of the brain.

These are the same premises that Dr. MacDonald takes in his classic article, “White Ethnocentrism - Can Americans Really Be Brainwashed?”

However, MacDonald renders diametrically opposite inferences and prescription.

- that racial categories are perceived pre-consciously in older parts of the brain and therefore do exist.

- that racial categories can be consciously denied through conditioning of the newer parts of the brain and therefore that is cause for concern (because it means that Whites can be brainwashed).

- hope of defending against brainwashing through conditioning of newer parts of the brain might be found in the process of making conscious assertion of identification with heretofore implicit White groups - as Scott Roberts is doing by making explicit pro White statements before groups of Trump supporters, who are an implicit White identity.

This kind of thing should be done to counteract the reverse position, the kind of brainwashing that this being promulgated through the University of Florida:

- racial categories are perceived by everyone, even on an unconscious level - therefore do not exist?

- racial categories can be denied by the newer parts of the brain, therefore that is cause for encouragement - [!??] that we might throw-off accountability to the wisdom of our human ecology and systemic history?

- racial categorization might be overcome ultimately through increased mixing with other ” ” races” ” as it will compel people to overcome their implicit identities - [!??] i.e., their precious, ancient evolution survived through a myriad of struggles and adaptations?

Business Insider, “There is no scientific validity to this dangerous and pervasive notion — yet all of us are probably guilty of it”

In their 2009 paper in The Journal of Neuroscience, researchers at Peking University did an experiment in which they showed white and Chinese students clips of white and Chinese faces both in pain and not in pain while they measured their brain activity using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The researchers were paying particular attention to brain activity in an area of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), which scientists think plays a key role in registering our own pain and empathy for another person’s pain.

For all of the participants, ACC activity was significantly higher while they were viewing painful expressions on the face of someone of their own race, and lower when they viewed pain on the face of another race. The results were in accordance with the hypothesis the researchers started with — that social relationships between individuals influence empathic responses, where an individual experiences higher empathic responses for those in the same perceived social category.

[...]

No one wants to believe that he or she is racist. However, there is enough conclusive evidence to suggest that the vast majority of us are either consciously or sub-consciously less empathetic toward people of other races. While it is hard to control subliminal responses, a conscious effort to act without bias could be a way to combat the surreptitious racism. Or maybe increased interactions with different ‘races’ could help our brains see that we are 99.9% the same.



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Posted by Can U. Florida brainwash you? on Tue, 19 Apr 2016 02:16 | #

Business Insider writer, Ruchika Agarwal, claims that racial discrimination has no scientific basis and yet everybody perceives racial categories. [?]

The particular evidence that she cites being studies that show that people are less empathetic to other races.

She suggest that while it is hard to control unconscious responses, conscious efforts to combat bias and increased interaction with other races could help our brains see that our brains are “99.99% the same.”

These conclusions by this recent economics and telecommunications graduate from The University of Florida reveal her institutional conditioning.

Despite the fact that everybody perceives racial categories, even on levels of pre-conscious brain function, these categories “don’t exist!”

Here are the scientific premises she takes:

1) Race as a category is perceived in neurological responses of the older parts of the brain but 2) can be rejected as categorizations on a conscious level through neural re-routing in newer parts of the brain.

These are the same premises that Dr. MacDonald takes in his classic article, “White Ethnocentrism - Can Americans Really Be Brainwashed?”

However, MacDonald renders diametrically opposite inferences and prescription.

- that racial categories are perceived pre-consciously in older parts of the brain and therefore do exist.

- that racial categories can be consciously denied through conditioning of the newer parts of the brain and therefore that is cause for concern (because it means that Whites can be brainwashed).

- hope of defending against brainwashing through conditioning of newer parts of the brain might be found in the process of making conscious assertion of identification with heretofore implicit White groups - as Scott Roberts is doing by making explicit pro White statements before groups of Trump supporters, who are an implicit White identity.

This kind of thing should be done to counteract the reverse position, the kind of brainwashing that this being promulgated through the University of Florida:

- racial categories are perceived by everyone, even on an unconscious level - therefore do not exist?

- racial categories can be denied by the newer parts of the brain, therefore that is cause for encouragement - [!??] that we might throw-off accountability to the wisdom of our human ecology and systemic history?

- racial categorization might be overcome ultimately through increased mixing with other ” ” races” ” as it will compel people to overcome their implicit identities - [!??] i.e., their precious, ancient evolution survived through a myriad of struggles and adaptations?

Business Insider, “There is no scientific validity to this dangerous and pervasive notion — yet all of us are probably guilty of it”

In their 2009 paper in The Journal of Neuroscience, researchers at Peking University did an experiment in which they showed white and Chinese students clips of white and Chinese faces both in pain and not in pain while they measured their brain activity using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). The researchers were paying particular attention to brain activity in an area of the brain called the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), which scientists think plays a key role in registering our own pain and empathy for another person’s pain.

For all of the participants, ACC activity was significantly higher while they were viewing painful expressions on the face of someone of their own race, and lower when they viewed pain on the face of another race. The results were in accordance with the hypothesis the researchers started with — that social relationships between individuals influence empathic responses, where an individual experiences higher empathic responses for those in the same perceived social category.

[...]

No one wants to believe that he or she is racist. However, there is enough conclusive evidence to suggest that the vast majority of us are either consciously or sub-consciously less empathetic toward people of other races. While it is hard to control subliminal responses, a conscious effort to act without bias could be a way to combat the surreptitious racism. Or maybe increased interactions with different ‘races’ could help our brains see that we are 99.9% the same.


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Posted by Importance of disrupting Cuckservative Inc. on Thu, 21 Apr 2016 10:01 | #

Gregory Hood spouts quite an anti-cuckservative message to implicit Whites from his bullhorn as well:

We are left in the uncomfortable situation of embracing Jeb Bush’s characterization of Donald Trump as a #ChaosCandidate, rather than as the God-Emperor. Instability is the best ally we have. Tactically, we must do all we can to disrupt the conservative movement, to destroy its ability to serve as a safety valve to diffuse white discontent, to racialize the policy issues of the day, to ensure conservativism can never return to the “safe” territory of tax cuts for billionaires and enterprise zones. Because as long as Conservatism Inc. can provide a profitable living for its minions in Arlington or Georgetown, we’ll never be able to connect to the mass base we need.



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