What is a colonial mentality?
- the opposite of a postmodern mentality10
- Mentality of a person due to colonial times.00
- the after effects of colonialism such as adopting the European way of life or not being fully aware of your own ethnic ancestry due to European powers attempting to severe your ties with them.00
- Ask someone from Latin America, the Caribbean and Mexico.They will give you a good answer.26
- Ask someone from Spain.52
- something bad, whatever it is.00
- Colonial mentality refers to institutionalized or systemic feelings of inferiority within some societies or peoples who have been subjected to colonialism, relative to the mores or values of the foreign powers which had previously subjugated them. The concept essentially refers to the acceptance, by "he colonized, of the culture or doctrines of the colonizer as intrinsically more worthy or superior.
This typically applies to brown Mexicans and black Dominicans who often try to pass themselves off as white because they are ashamed of their Native American and African heritage. Philippinos and Indians are also known for suffering from this.25
- Look down on his or her own race and then treat white people like they are their masters.00
- That other people are better off as your slaves and that other countries a better off under the jurisdiction of your government. That you are somehow benefiting the world by steamrolling all other cultures, governments and economies.
The Colonialism System has been permanently ended by the UN. However, the resources that people used to fight over have all been surrendered no contest under the new system of Globalization. Over the past few decades, America and allies have systematically invaded and/or covertly infiltrated any country that does not submit to globalization other than Russia and china and countries that could legitimately defend themselves.00
- Colonial mentality is believing white are automatically superior, better looking, more prestigious, etc.
Colonial mentality in Spanish-speaking America stems from the Spanish colonial caste system where whites were placed on top of the social ladder, while people of lessening degrees of white blood were placed lower and lower down the social ladder.
As a result, the mentality still exists today. Latin Americans frequently deny or downplay their Amerindian or black ancestry, and claim more white ancestry than they really have.
It also explains partially why almost all people in Latin American media are white or extremely mixed with white. (It is also partially explained by whites having more money and power in general than other groups as a result of colonialism.)
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