The history of the word “racism” began as early as 1971 from racialism. The French word for “racism” is “racisme”. Leon Trotsky coined the word in a 1930 book “The History of the Russian Revolution” by using a Latin word “racistor (racists)”. In 1932, it became a noun as a fear-word. In addition, the origin of the word genocide began in 1944 with the Nazi’s destruction of humans. It refers to crimes against groups of humanity with intent to destroy their existence. “Geno” is race in Greek, and “cide” is killing in Latin.
The highlights of the European countries and their race situations were discussed in Part 3 of last month’s blog publication. The continent of Asia, the largest continent, shall be discussed in this section. Asia is composed of fifty-four (54) countries. Armania and Cyprus are part of the European Union. The countries are Abkhazia, Afganistan, Armenia, Azerbajan, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Cypress and Northern Cypress, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhistan, North Korea, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Russia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Myanmar, Nepal, Malaysia, Meldives, Mongolia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Philippines, Qatar, Saudia Arabia, Singapore, South Ossetia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timora-Lesta/E. Timor, Turkey, Turknemistan, United Arab Emirates, Urbekistan, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, and Yeman. There are various other independent small terratories.
THE PENTAGON AFTER A PLANE FLEW INTO IT, EXPLODED, AND BURNED TO ALMOST NOTHING
Since September 11, 2001, in Western countries, there has been an outpouring of violent hatred against people that look Middle Eastern. This horrific day occurred when airplanes were maneuvered into the World Trade Towers in New York City and the Pentagon located across the Potomac River from Washington DC in Arlington VA. Another plane was downed in Pennsylvania by brave male passengers which probably was meant for the Capital or White House. The event was meant to terrorize the American people, but it did not damage their will. Furthermore, there is hatred for Americans by Middle Eastern people due to the American-led attacks in Afghanistan in retaliation for those terrorists. From Egypt to Palestine, there have been minorities of people who have violently protested in the streets, and they have also committed racist acts by attacking anything that appears Western from Western citizens to even UNICEF and other UN buildings. Also, since the 9/11 terrorist attack in the United States, people with beards and turbans have been attacked. Some of these turban and beard people have also faced detention and questionings by officials at American airports. ISIS has also raised their ugly head.
A point of interest is that the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York City and at the Pentagon near Washington DC occurred several days after a UN Global Conference was held from 8/31/2001 to 9/7/01. The conference was held to discuss race discrimination, xenophobia (fear of strangers), and related intolerance. The United States and Europe were against discussing slavery reparation, Israel and the United States were against discussing the possibility that Zionism is racist against Palestinians causing both to walk out of the conference altogether. India was against including discussions about caste-based discrimination, and some Arab nations were against discussions on oppression of Kurds and Arab slave trade among other discussions. A watered-down declaration was eventually made.
If nations do not want to discuss the entire situations of racial inequity, how can the situations be understood and changed? What is the fear that is holding these discussions at bay? One fear may be accounted for; that is, the energy split between male and female power should be a 50-50 ratio according to Spiritual knowledge. Where the male energy level is not equal and on a higher power then the female, the fear is that the male shall lose its power over the female. It is not a matter of losing power, it is a matter of sharing it equally. Many years ago, the female had more power but lost it, and now it is a matter of sharing it. IT IS NOT MIND OVER MATTER BUT MIND WITH MATTER THAT MATTERS.
MIDDLE EASTERN OR MID-EAST societies are not all Arab. To understand this, please see: http://drupal.org/project/profile2 or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arabs. Some of the countries who have changed their religion to Christianity or Jewish would not be considered Arab any more…but it can be very confusing; therefore, the links are given for one’s research.
The Mid-East societies resent policies of America in their region. For many of the more extremist factions, this has turned into a form of racial inequity. Many situations that are Western are actually despised.
For instance, LEBANON is considered more open to races than its neighbors. However, people of color face discrimination at work and away from work and are often not allowed at their beaches or clubs, or allowed but with various restrictions. In addition, property rights are severely curtailed even for Palestinians who are the same race but not nationals. According to an investigation, it was found that the culture of discrimination is socially accepted and is seen in the government and private sector as well as among individuals. Discrimination and/or racial inequity does not only target people of color, but it is also class and religion oriented.
PALESTINE AND ISRAEL situations are also very controversial and argumentative. While Arabs and Jews technically do not belong to different races, their religious and cultural differences and the political history of the region have contributed to highly evolved tensions…by perhaps a minority but a vocal and violent influential minority…resulting in prejudice on both sides.
RUSSIA is also referred to in Part 3 in regard to its situation with Nazism. In addition, the country is also a participant in genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. A committee of The International Criminal Court (ICC) condemned them for crimes against humanity for their actions in Crimea. Therefore, Russia opted out of being a member of the ICC.
The Spiritual situation that is in the World today may give the human race the opportunity to make a change in the attitude of the people regarding radical racial inequities. This is the time in the Earth’s history to make that change due to the available of higher vibration levels of the Universal Life Force that are aimed at the Earth to assist in this change. The situation is one for which the human race should be grateful and not fear this opportunity. It is a Spiritual experience for learning, and life may allow the human race to look at their fellow humans in a different light and allow the assistance for stabilization of racial inequities. Hopefully the Trump White House shall be a positive means to this endeavor.
Part 5 shall continue with the continent of Africa.