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Psychology Today promoting hatred of white people.


Dr. Monnica T. Williams works for the University of Louisville Psychology department.

Are you a white person who treats members of all races the same? Then you are a despicable “racist” according to an article in Psychology Today Magazine. Their article “Colorblind Ideology is a Form of Racism,” makes absurd and incendiary claims meant to vilify all white people. The article claims all white people who treat everyone the same are “racists.” The article says only white people who aggressively pander, grovel, and give preferential treatment of non-whites can be a non-racist. In other words, only people who are anti-white can be consider non-racist.

The article also claims that white people are holding non-whites back, and that white people get special privileges for being white.

Psychology departments in American Universities are already well known as a playground of the extreme left-wing. Dr. Monnica T. Williams of the University of Louisville wrote this hate-filled diatribe against white people.

Williams is a race hustler who boast of being a members of the Delaware Valley Association of Black Psychologists, the Association of Black Psychologists, and is the leader for African Americans in Behavioral Therapy of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Notice how this “black” race hustler has so much white ancestry.

If you look at the list of article written by Williams, you will see she is completely obsessed with race.

She feels it is perfectly ok to dedicate her time and career to promoting the interests of black people. Yet white people are “racists” just for treating everyone the same.

From Psychology Today…

Racism? Strong words, yes, but let’s look the issue straight in its partially unseeing eye. In a colorblind society, Whites, who are unlikely to experience disadvantages due to race, can effectively ignore racism in American life, justify the current social order, and feel more comfortable with their relatively privileged standing in society (Fryberg, 2010). Most minorities, however, who regularly encounter difficulties due to race, experience colorblind ideologies quite differently. Colorblindness creates a society that denies their negative racial experiences, rejects their cultural heritage, and invalidates their unique perspectives.

Let’s break it down into simple terms: Color-Blind = “People of color — we don’t see you (at least not that bad ‘colored’ part).” As a person of color, I like who I am, and I don’t want any aspect of that to be unseen or invisible. The need for colorblindness implies there is something shameful about the way God made me and the culture I was born into that we shouldn’t talk about. Thus, colorblindness has helped make race into a taboo topic that polite people cannot openly discuss. And if you can’t talk about it, you can’t understand it, much less fix the racial problems that plague our society.