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Racial Solidarity is Love

And discrimination is part of that.

by Hadding Scott

OXYTOCIN IS A neurotransmitter “intricately involved in social behaviors such as mother-child bonding, feelings of trust and love, and group recognition,” according to social psychologist Dr. Carsten De Dreu of the University of Amsterdam.

A study conducted by Dr. De Dreu and published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences documents a connection between oxytocin and racial discrimination. “Under oxytocin we saw an increase of in-group favoritism, which has the downside of discrimination against people who are not part of your group,” says Dr. De Dreu.

In all of the experiments, men who snorted a dose of oxytocin showed stronger and more frequent favoritism towards their countrymen over rival groups. Men who whiffed a placebo still showed signs of favoritism, but less frequently and at weaker levels. [Dave Mosher, “‘Cuddle Chemical’ Also Fuels Favoritism, Bigotry,” Wired, 12 January 2011]

Dr. De Dreu acknowledges the survival value of such discrimination: “We thought it was odd a neurological system that survived evolution would make people indiscriminately loving toward others.”

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Source: National-Socialist Worldview

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21 July, 2019 4:58 pm

Fear not. I’m sure our (((friends))) are working on the inverse.