Study Finds Multiculturalist Brainwashing Makes Kids More Hostile to Other Groups


No one familiar with the typical consequences of liberal social engineering will find this surprising:

Children who are given anti-racism lessons in school are more likely to be intolerant outside the classroom, a major study found…

According to the Dutch report, ethnic hostility could be caused by a “a one-sided offender-victim approach to racism.”

That is, when you constantly rub children’s face in how awful they are for being European, unlike wonderful darling Mohammed, the kids react by not liking Mohammed very much.

The response is so predictable that you have to wonder whether educrats are really that dumb, or are deliberately instilling the intolerance they so sanctimoniously abhor in order to justify their ideology. A similar phenomenon can be seen with Affirmative Action, which seems tailor made to produce the anti-black racism that is endemic according to liberal doctrine but scarce in real life.

The inevitable result of progressive balkanization will be a backlash against the privileged special interest groups the liberal ruling class favors at the expense of the majority population. As the dead white male William Shakespeare put it, “Even a worm will turn.” Unless we put multiculturalism behind us and go back to a healthy melting pot approach, moonbatty screeching about racism will become a self-fulfilling prophesy.

On a tip from Smorfia48. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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