You wrote: [So I ask, would an 100% Afrikan albino be fit to lead a Afrikan libertation movement?]
*Of course African albinos can lead African movements and they must be seen as part of true "negroid" Africans!Just because these Africans have white skin that does not mean they are of the Caucasian stock, because African albinos donít come form Caucasian...Caucus mountains. And Caucasians are albinos only mixing with albinos for thousands of years!
African albinos are true "negros." They just have disorders that cause an abnormality of their melanin synthesis or distribution.
You wrote: [ If it is just a genotype thing then the answer should be "yes".
You wrote: [If it is a phenotype thing then I guess we should say "Black" instead of Afrikan because Afrikan is a racial/genotype descriptor while Black is a phenotype descriptor.
Which is it? ]
* For me I chose a genotype preference. Albinos who are not Caucasians are "Africans."
"They are African people," simply refers that they have values, traditions, and a heritage that they share with me because we have a common origin. They connect to my center and my history not HIS history.
All the people with white skin, slender noses, and dog I mean straight hair (European colonizators) in Africa are not "Africans." The blood that runs in their veins is from their ancestors the "white people" from the Caucus Mountains. I tend to think form their Neanderthal ancestors: Neanderthals as the cave men from the Caucus caves. Once these white people separated form their African parents by the Ice Age, all cultural connection ended with us for thousands of centuries.
True African albinos arenít black (or DARK) in the coloring of the skin because they are MISSING Melanin which is Blackness itself, but my take is they are "Africans" because their spirits are connected to their African roots. Besides, they are DIRECT children of dark-skinned African persons.
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