Posted By: seshatasefekht
Date: Saturday, 3 June 2006, at 11:50 p.m.
“White skin is a form of albinism (although white skin is actually non-white). There is no difference, microscopically speaking, between the white skin of a white person and the skin of a person designated as an albino. My central thesis here is that white-skinned peoples came into existence thousands of years ago as the albino mutant off-springs of black-skinned mothers and fathers in Africa. A sizeable number of these Black parent had produced, rejected and then cast out of the community their genetic defective albino offspring, to live away from the normal black skin-pigmented population wit the awareness of their rejection and alienation (as in leper colonies).
The white tribe’s eventual migration northward, to escape the intensity of the equatorial sun of the Southern hemisphere, left the albinos eventually situated in the area of the world known as Europe—now recognized as “the home of the white tribes(?)”. This early rejection of the albino off-springs might be viewed as a prehistoric (pre-Western civilization) INSTANCE OF PARENTAL REJECTION, CHILD NEGLECT AND ABUSE.
Sexual intercourse between the isolated albino mutants(over a period of 20,000 years) produced a white (de-pigmented) race --- understanding race as an isolated population sharing a significant number of common identifying genes. This pattern of isolating individuals with defective genetic patterns is no different than the present-day practice of placing genetically abnormal individuals in institutions, away from the “normal” population group
----Dr. Frances Cress Welsing
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