QatzelOk wrote:it allows for more atrocities because no recognition or remorse over past atrocities.
I see little in the way of remorse from the Han for their thousands of years of racist, imperialist, exploitative terrorist, parasitic expansionism. I see little contrition from the Muslims or the Bantu for over a millennia of this behavior. As for the indigenous Americans, most of them were total savages.
I don't support White Supremacist racism today. I live in multi morphological-racial sub cultures and I'm very happy to do so. However far from being a source of shame, our White Supremacist history is something we should be deeply proud of. Recognising the common humanity of people of origin from across the whole of the vast Greater (north Africans and Turks were not "othered" because of their morphology) European continent was a great progressive advance not a reactionary regression.
"In Christ their is no Greek nor Jew". St Paul may have expressed some ideal of equality, two thousand years ago, but the ideal was a million miles from how society operated. And St Paul's egalitarianism was itself totally fraudulent. St Paul was not abolishing tribal / ethnic distinctions he was merely creating a new tribe the Christians. And this new tribe would take hate to a new level, This new tribe of Christians was not merely content to exploit, enslave, displace, rape or even exterminate all the other tribes. No this new tribe of Christians wanted to see the other tribes burning in hell, suffering in unbearable torment for eternity.
So yes the White Supremacist Christian synthesis ideology that started to emerge in the fourteenth century was actually a huge compassionate and progressive ideological and moral advance even if to the know-nothing Liberal it appears as a hateful regression.