ETHICS: RACISM AS POLITICAL CORRECTNESS
Racist! An epithet guaranteed to raise hackles on both sides of the accusation. Its hallowed definition has come to mean ‘whites’ demeaning ‘blacks’ or other groups, a definition worthy of political correctness.
It’s common knowledge that 90-percant of ‘blacks’ voted for Barack Obama in 2012. That bell-curve is skewed ‘way beyond any reasonable statistical degree of probability known to mankind. Is it possible that blacks voted for Obama simply because he is black? Of course it is, and that was clearly the case. This is a classic example of racism, but is it called such? Of course not. That would be politically incorrect.
The infamous OJ Simpson trial is another case in point. Simpson was clearly guilty of murder—he admitted it—but was found innocent. The verdict was racially motivated, another case of racism. But it is not politically correct to label it as such. To do so would be ‘racist.’