Which is worse - racism, or antiracism?
Not a difficult question really - although almost everybody gets it wrong.
Racism isn't a sin - not as such; although when a concept has become so wide, vague, incoherent and expediently-applied as 'racism' in 2021 - naturally it includes some attitudes and behaviours that would be sinful.
But of itself - as the concept is actually used, here-and now* - obviously racism is not a sin.
And indeed 'racism' is often (in real life - usually; in the media - always) descriptive of virtuous behaviour such as truthfulness. Or of net-good institutions - such as real Christianity or historical Christendom.
What then of antiracism? Well clearly this is a sin.
For a start it is an unnatural vice - adopted deliberately - therefore blameworthy.
Antiracism is an act of affiliation; and what it affiliates-with is the global totalitarian establishment; which is atheist, materialist, anti-Christian, and anti-God: being an advocate and implementer of value-inversion by which (in terms of the transcendent values of truth, beauty and virtue) good is regarded as evil, evil is advocated as good.
Antiracism is a major instance of value-inversion.
Inversion is the most extreme form of evil - the type of evil which is most prone to cause eternal damnation of souls - because inversion leads Men to fear and hate Heaven, and to desire Hell.
That antiracism is an evil is confirmed in practice by the fact that no extremity of antiracism is proscribed - antiracism is routinely applied without limit, regardless of context, void of balance. This is a hallmark of sin; because true specific virtues can (and must) be contextually-balanced with other virtues.
Antiracism is, indeed, an evil so extreme as to have been almost incomprehensible in ancient times; or indeed until a few generations ago. That this value-inversion is now blandly accepted as normal and compulsory, is a measure of the breadth and depth of corruption we have now reached.
So there is asymmetry between racism and antiracism.
Racism (as the term is used) usually describes virtuous and natural behaviour, or a minor wrongness that is not a sin...
While antiracism is indicative of a person or institution having made the choice to ally with The System/ The Matrix/ the Virtual Reality; the choice to join one's efforts with the agents of Satan in this world.
That is, in the spiritual war of this world; to have taken the side working against God, divine creation and the Good.
In 2021, to be called a racist by Power is usually indicative of some degree of virtue, and perhaps high virtue and courage.
(Leaving-aside that many 'racists' have turned-out to be employees of the Establishment - agents provocateurs or false flags; deliberate liars of evil intent.)
At worst 'racist' is indicative of an existentially-trivial misdemeanor.
But to adopt the stance of anti-racism is to declare ones allegiance to strategic evil.
Antiracism is a spiritually-lethal sin.
This is why antiracism, but not racism, is a litmus test for these times; and why antiracist 'Christian churches' are anti-Christian - are indeed active manifestations of the Antichrist spirit in these End Times.
Antiracism is serious stuff; as serious as your fate in eternity.
*What you personally think ought to be the correct definition of racism; or how the concept used-to-be used, is irrelevant.