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Why has society primarily studied racism from the perspective of the victim and not the victimizer? All of the money, time, and research spent discussing the detrimental effects of racism have failed to assess and analyze the cognitive dysfunctions and personality disorders of persons who would dominate, pillage, oppress, annihilate, colonize, lynch, kill and destroy the culture and lives of other human beings. How is it logically possible to eradicate racism by studying the people who are affected by it and not the people who are infected with it? Declaring racism as a mental illness would stop people from hiding behind God and religion as an excuse to justify the demoralizing ill-treatment of millions of people throughout history.
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