Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse?
Posted By: Ayinde In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (seshatasefekht)
Date: Sunday, 4 June 2006, at 2:31 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (seshatasefekht)
Remember that Dr. Frances Cress Welsing's albino theory is NOT a position that is accepted or promoted by Whites to explain their history and psychology. As it stands, it remains a Black attempt to explain white conduct.
If Whites ever accepted that theory as the basis for their conduct, we would be having quite a different debate.
Remember I said, "If ones accept Dr. Frances Cress Welsing's albino theory, then to conclude that indigenous parents were being abusive when they quarantined or even abandoned sick ones (like albinos) is a misrepresentation of indigenous values."
Posted By: seshatasefekht
Date: Sunday, 4 June 2006, at 12:07 p.m.
"ayinde, the result of the albino mutant off-spring living cut off for 20,000 years is alienation, anxiety and narcissism.
africans may not have been ABUSIVE in the resettlement or migrations of people into the cooler climates but the psychic memory of White People is extremely "oedipal" after a long period of dystopic or negative utopian development. the psychopathic racial personality deviloped and must be dealt withe."
*** It is good you get the point that IF ONE ACCEPTS THAT THEORY, then Africans back then may not have been abusive. That is my main point.
To conclude that Welsing's theory is the cause of a White "psychopathic racial personality" seems a bit of a stretch; a convenient simplification of history.
The variety of Black Africans, including those with other genetic mutations (there is a community with only three toes on each foot), also shows an isolation from other Africans. Inbreeding occurred that passed on the genes that caused small numbers of people to eventually develop larger communities with physical differences.
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