what is racism? Look it up in a dictionary or encyclopaedia and you’ll find two different definitions: “the belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability”, and “hatred or prejudice towards others on the basis of their race”. We immediately see a problem; these are two very different concepts being covered by the same word. It gets worse when we consider the many other definitions the word has in practice. A man who believes in ethnic nationalism, or colonialism, or slavery, or secession from the United States, will be called a “racist”, even if he doesn’t look down upon individuals of other races. The charge of "racism" is likewise applied to traditional religious institutions, particularly the Catholic Church. A man who simply prefers the company of people of his own race will be called a “racist”. That is, if he is white. are we to make sense of this? The answer is that “racism” is simply a nonsense word. It has no real definition. It is a club with which the left beats its enemies into submission. This is accomplished by conditioning, through media, schools and culture. In movies and novels, undesired thoughts and ideas are associated with symbols of evil and unacceptable forms of behaviour. Designated victim groups are portrayed as innocent darlings, overflowing with positive qualities. In both cases the fictional portrayals sink into the unconsciousness of the viewer, colouring and warping his perceived reality. Children in schools are forced to take history lessons which denigrate their ancestors and make them ashamed of their identities, all the while glorifying the ancestries of brown and black man. This permeates our culture to such an inescapable extent that it has become mistaken for normalcy.