Participants were quicker to associate interracial couples with non-human animals and same-race couples with humans.That suggests that interracial couples are more likely to be dehumanized than same-race couples, the researchers write, and previous studies have shown that people tend to exhibit more antisocial behavior and are more likely to use aggression and even violence toward dehumanized targets.Participants responded faster to images of same-race couples and selected them more often for inclusion in the study.
But once the Europeans (Spanish, Portuguese, British, etc.) established their colonies and plantations there; the white men raped the black women and had babies with them.
Their European offspring were taught and forced to mate among other Europeans, instead of back into Hebrew (black) blood to white-out the black race.
Published online in July in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and co-authored by UW postdoctoral researcher Caitlin Hudac, the study found that bias against interracial couples is associated with disgust that in turn leads interracial couples to be dehumanized.
Lead author Allison Skinner, a UW postdoctoral researcher, said she undertook the study after noting a lack of in-depth research on bias toward interracial couples.
But in combination with the other experiments, the authors believe it is evidence of a neural disgust response.
Lastly, the researchers used an implicit association test, used to measure attitudes and beliefs people may be unwilling to acknowledge, to gauge whether feeling disgusted would impact more than 200 participants' feelings about interracial couples.The increasing numbers of interracial marriages among our people today is a clear sign that the black family in America is slowly dying out and on record to become extinct. The Europeans first used Blanqueamiento on us when they shipped our ancestors over to the West Indies (Caribbean’s), Central and South America.The Hebrew slaves of these lands were originally black and brown skinned people."That indicates that viewing images of interracial couples evokes disgust at a neural level," Skinner said.As with all neuroscience studies, Skinner said, it is impossible to be certain whether the insula activation reflected a disgust response, since the insula is sometimes responsive to other emotions.Although white cops are still killing blacks, the prisons are still targeting blacks, and the spirit of homosexuality is still spreading among blacks — nothing is destroying the black family quicker today than interracial marriage.