I was once a staunch anti racist. Then I realised that those university activist types who are always banging on about the sanctity of "equality" were all looking down their noses at me (I am a tradesman). Worse, the only explanation that this demographic could come up with to explain why certain ethnicities were always a crime and welfare problem in every western country they inhabited, was it was "all the white guys fault." I was taught to recognise racism when I was a kid, and here it was again, only this time it was anti white racism. Worse, this premise has now formalised into Critical Race Theory. This anti white racist ideology is based upon a disputable premise, it assumes that since all races are equal in every way possible, from IQ's to personality, to physical ability, then the only possible explanation for the continuing dysfunctions of notoriously dysfunctional minorities, must be that western society is inherently racist, riven with unconscious bias. So the critical question is, are races equal?
With ethnic division including race riots now tearing apart the very social fabric of western societies, I think that this question is the most important of our time.