Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent
Posted By: Bantu-Kelani In Response To: Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent (selassielive)
Date: Monday, 27 February 2006, at 1:09 p.m.
In Response To: Re: What does it mean to be black in the 21st cent (selassielive)
There you go again selassielive!
I think you are a multiracial and you speak for the "multiracials." It should make sense since you apologize for light skinned or mixed blacks for so long...???
At this point and time multiracials are the minority in the black race, meaning pure blacks are the majority!
Yet sadly, I see many black people (like you) who seem to fight white people, white supremacists/racists be content to see that as a normal "BLACK" Mariah Cary, Halle Berry, and Alicia Keys! But they are not truly black, and their thin lips, straight nose, light brown/beige skin hue, slender physiques and such they have focus my attention.
HMMMM....this is what we should look like. If we are dark-skinned we should step back because we are not getting a job, they got the new negro look now! Halle hangs out with white men, Mariah sleeps with anyone. This is the plan by the white man! This is an example of how white people change the physical qualifications (physical features/factors associated with being a black person) as to who is a black person and who is not a black person every single day! That’s why I am no longer baffled and surprised when I see you say the thing you say..
I tell you something... LIGHT skinned multiracial people are darn not close to be "BLACK." A bi-racial person with Semitic (Arab) facial features is not BLACK (cf. the ruling and Solomonoid His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, who was proud of his "Semitic" origin... so why the hell should the African/the pure black celebrate H.I.M???.....). A racially mixed person with 98.5% non-black blood and 1.5% is not BLACK. I am sure you get my point. Most of these LIGHT skinned multi-racial people are used to destroy black progress. We need to very clear on how the media uses them!
There is nothing dumb about the way brother Ayinde & I think for we have over 450 years of reason to think the way we do.....
You need to understand what multi-racial people are used for, to reinforce racism as adults. They are weapon which whites possess to destroy our genetic coding/DNA/semen; this is one of the best ways to bring whites to prominence worldwide! Most of multiracial people were raised by white mothers and believe me they don't tell them nothing about back liberation. They tell them, "we are the world, we are the children blah blah blah, you have the best of both worlds," while back folks are sent down the drain. This is absolutely correct selassielive, indeed.
I grew up in a mental slavery household; I believed all Africans were equals & had no colors! But in fact generally people around me were not interested in dating African individuals with dark chocolate in color big lips and noses. I saw contradiction and that is so freaking sad! I've seen it so much that I consider it to be cliché. From Africa to the Caribbean our people don’t know they are a product of slavery (no)! It makes me want to only focus on black people with dark-skin, kinky hair, big lips, and noses, the so-called “unattractive” people... I only want to raise them, I admit it!
Are you scared of them?? Because it’s the way you make me feel.
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