Definitions

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  • n. A believer or advocate of racialism, a theory that race determines human capabilities.
  • n. A racist.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others

Etymologies

racial +‎ -ist (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Or it's a matter of semantics when they claim that Sonia Sotomayor is a "racialist" which, far as I can tell, is the smooth jazz version of being a racist.

    John Ridley: Never Mind the Race Haters, Remember Loving Day

  • Was that a "racialist" violation of the color-blind dream of Martin Luther King, Jr., as the strident Right has come to compress the righteous prophet?

    Jonathan Rieder: Final Thoughts on Beer Summits and Postracial Paradoxes

  • Yes, today "racialist" and "racist" are generally viewed as synonmys, mostly due to the fact that "racist" has become such a huge word in our society that any difference between it and

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  • People always get pissed at me because they think I am a "racialist".

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  • But I don't accept the term "racialist" because I think most people don't distinguish between it and

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  • At least Blumental in his article is kind enough to refer to Brimelow as a "racialist," not a "racist."

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  • Instead, the difficulty concerned another 'racialist' aspect of the BNP's Constitution that has been overshadowed by the membership issue in recent times and, somewhat surprisingly, rarely comes under critical scrutiny in the MSM or elsewhere.

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  • The only real difference here is that "racialist" would score you more points in a game of Scrabble.

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  • Describing Sotomayor as a "racialist" is not at all the same thing as an accusation that she "embrace [s] racial bigotry."

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  • But, people less biased, whether they would be classifiable with the word "racialist" or not, recognize that society as a whole would be condemnatory of the idea of voting against a black person just, or primarily, because that person is black.

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