"God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my path violently and recklessly, all things which alter my plans and intentions, and change the course of my life, for better or for worse."
-C G Jung
I think that is a personal space issue with criminal behavior. The less mental space you feel, the more likely to erupt in violence. For instance, if blacks are all moved into one ghetto and discriminated against, they will lose mental space, they will not give themselves any person space to live, and develop angry feelings. This is especially true as they also discriminate against each other after so many years. If you think about your own feelings of hostility, you can see they are from having your inner space stolen by assholes and disrespected.
No - they feel that their discrimination is justified. Unconscious discrimination (for example, I am more likely to smile at women than men, but you don't realize it until afterwards) that is not the result of a decision-making process ("do I pick up this guy for a fare or not?" "Do I seek this guy's help, or that guy's help?") cannot be said to be justified or unjustified, because there is no decision made to take one action or another.I disagree with you in the strongest terms. To support that, we need only to note the fact that many times racists don't feel that they are discriminating at all.
Someone who is discriminating because they are (for example) a sexist would say something like : "Of course I hired Steve for the job over Susan. Steven needs to provide, but Susan is married now - as a woman it's time she started working in the home."
The italicized is the justification that - he feels - is valid. Because women have the ability/responsibility to work in the home, they can be discriminated against in hiring decisions out of the home. That is a discriminatory decision-making process whose justification (or not) can be discussed. Implicit racism in rapid, unconscious choice-making not so much.
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- Alexander Hamilton. Spiritual father of #NeverTrump