Too young to be taught the importance of morally signalling on the race issue.

A study by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) and the University of Toronto has found that all babies are basically racist, and are born that way. This reverses decades of "conventional wisdom" that babies are blank slate, instinctive, one-world globalists, who are then "infected" with racism by their evil parents and older children. 

The study found that babies not old enough to walk or talk show racial bias by preferring to learn from adults who share their own skin color. 

The researchers showed the babies some videos, in which a female adult looked at the four corners of the screen, with an animal image sometimes appearing in the corners. The results conclusively showed that the infants followed the gaze of members of their own race more than members of other races.

A press release from the University of Toronto tried hard to paper over the cracks in the liberal narrative:
This result suggests that, under uncertainty, infants are biased to learn information from own-race adults as opposed to other-race adults."
The findings back up an earlier study that was conducted by the same researchers, published in January. These showed infants a sequence of videos of female faces with various types of music:
  • happy music followed by own-race faces
  • sad music followed by own-race faces
  • happy music followed by other-race faces
  • sad music followed by other-race faces

Infants aged six- to nine-months looked longer at own-race faces when paired with happy music, as opposed to sad music. They looked longer at other-race faces when paired with sad music. This clearly shows that happy feelings are connected with seeing one's own race and sad feelings with another race. 

The lead authors of both pieces of research, Dr. Kang Lee and Dr. Naiqi Xiao, are not White, and can get away with publishing such research thanks to their non-White privilege. A White researcher publishing the same material would probably have been fired long ago.
The results show that race-based bias already exists around the second half of a child's first year," Lee wrote in the report. "This challenges the popular view that race-based bias first emerges only during the preschool years."
Xiao said the findings are notable because they contradict the belief that racial bias is associated with negative experiences a person may have had with other-race individuals. 

Although all the findings point to the fact that racial bias is natural, healthy, and inherent, Lee and Xiao did not feel "professionally secure" enough to state this clearly. Instead they said that racism was something that had to be prevented and recommended increasing the exposure of babies to other races.
These findings thus point to the possibility that aspects of racial bias later in life may arise from our lack of exposure to other-race individuals in infancy," Lee said.
Maybe the only way to stamp out this racism thing is to extend the conditioning all the way back into the womb. Therefor look for leftists to campaign for ethnic quotas for sperm. 

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