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The XRacism Course has as its primary focus ending racism. Because racism is little understood (its origins and function) it is often incorrectly defined and misdiagnosed.
Though the perils of racism - its negative impact and undesirable existence - are exposed, discussed, and debated little is done or presented to 'end racism' - because it is misunderstood, and misdiagnosed.
The XRacism Course examines the origins, development, and function of racism over its 3,000 years of history – including the horrific impact of its existence. It distinguishes White Peoples relationship to racism, from Black Peoples relationship to racism, exposing that neither are predisposed to end it. That racism - a system maintained in violence - is a system for ‘total domination. The student will learn why White People are racist and why Black People are not. The student will learn the differences between racism, prejudice and discrimination - that they are not the same. Additionally, it prepares the student with consciousness - awareness, action, and advocacy - to end racism.
The four modules in the XRacism Course inform the student in knowing and understanding racism - its origins, development, nature, function and history.
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This presentation locates the origins of White racism in the ancient clash of races that manifest in the historical era of the Mesopotamian Civilizations, particularly with the destruction of ancient Sumer by the invading barbaric Aryans. This presentation traces the development of White racism from as early as 2,300 BCE to 2,000 AD - the present. This presentation also dispels the notion that racism has a more recent origin.
This presentation surveys the Aryans predatory invasions around the world to pillage and rob the wealth of great civilizations. What many people fail to realize is the scope of the genocide perpetrated by these barbaric hordes. This presentation illustrates White peoples' psychopathic, predatory and parasitic way of being with other people and life in general.
Going into greater depth in defining racism this presentation discerns the four categories of White people in relationship to racism - 'overt racist', 'psycho-cultural racist', 'non-racist white-racist' and 'White anti-racist' - to illustrate that the vast majority of White people have no focus towards, nor intentions of, ending racism and the wars for White-supremacy; instead it is pointed out that White people benefit, profit from, and enjoy racism. Additionally this presentation indicates the areas to which racism must be attacked if it is to be conquered.
Continuing to provide critical insight to the impact of racism on Black people, particularly African Americans, this presentation indicates the five categories of Black people in relationship to racism and the wars for White supremacy. A conclusion to be drawn from this presentation is how unprepared Black people are towards ending racism. Nevertheless this presentation provides the first critical understanding of how White racism can be conquered and what Black people must and can do to achieve said end.
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