This post is part of an ongoing series called “The Intentional Destruction of the USA.” Find out more here.
The Bible says there is only one human race (Acts 17:26), but it also says we’re all sinners by nature (Romans 3:23). So, plenty of people are racists. Oddly enough, many of these individuals support supposedly anti-racist policies.
After all, a racist is someone who treats a person or a group of people differently based on a physical characteristic, such as skin pigmentation. In other words, if there’s a law which treats one “race” differently from another “race,” you have a racist law because it supports the myth that different “races” exist. Any law that says one “race” needs legal protection naturally encourages racism. Indeed, you’re telling people that one “race” is weaker and that the “race” which doesn’t need legal protection is superior.
To make matters worse, the teaching of evolution in public schools reinforces racist attitudes. Like evolutionist Stephen Jay Gould once admitted “Biological arguments for racism may have been common before 1850, but they increased by orders of magnitude following the acceptance of evolutionary theory” (Gould, Stephen J. Ontogeny and Phylogeny, Belknap-Harvard Press, pp. 127–128, 1977). Of course, in one of the many ways experimental science has confirmed the Bible, genetic studies have shown that there are no “races” (Gutin, J.C. “End of the Rainbow.” Discover, November, 1994, pp. 71-75).
It’s interesting, but in 1890, the unemployment rate among whites was 4.41%, but just 4.07% for non-whites.* Obviously, this was long before evolution was taught in public schools and the existence of federal anti-discrimination laws. Well, by 1980, white unemployment was at 6.3% while the unemployment rate for non-whites was up to 13.1%.** Typically, people think racism was more common in the 19th century than in 1980. Yet, there was more employment equality in 1890. What’s the deal?
For one of the biggest culprits, you don’t have to look much further than The Civil Rights Act of 1964. While this piece of legislation was cheered for banning racial discrimination by the private sector, the law actually promoted it. By allowing so-called “racial minorities” to file discrimination lawsuits against employers, business owners began to view non-whites as riskier hires. As a result, employers were given a legal reason to avoid hiring non-whites. Who could blame them? Why risk a lawsuit by saying something that could be considered offensive?
Sadly, since non-whites weren’t hired, they couldn’t learn skills that would make them more employable in the future. With the lack of employment options, crime and welfare became more attractive. Needless to say, welfare didn’t give people skills that made them more employable in the future, and crime destroyed lives. A racist law, passed in the name of stopping racism, hurt non-whites far more than it helped them. That’s what an unintended consequence looks like.
Ultimately, if Satan can divide the human race into factions which need to be protected from one another, it promotes anger, violence and it gives the government more control to maintain law and order. That’s why institutional racism is alive and well; it’s intended to enslave us all.
*Vedder, Richard K., and Galloway, Lowell E. Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America. The Independent Institute, New York University Press: New York: 1997, page 272: Table 14.1.
**Vedder, Richard K., and Galloway, Lowell E. Out of Work: Unemployment and Government in Twentieth-Century America. The Independent Institute, New York University Press: New York: 1997, page 272: Table 14.2.