Kilimanjaro Snows? : why necessity to leave "home"
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (Ayinde)
Date: Sunday, 4 June 2006, at 3:33 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Is Welsing's theory on albinism about abuse? (Ayinde)
peace and hotep,
ayinde, when you state:
"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.",
i did not attribute bobby wright's "the psychopathic racial personality" to dr. welsing. also, is there a history of leper colonies in africa.
ayinde, what is the difference between "einstein's theory" and "cress's theory" other than ones acceptance by "whiteness"?
why is neely fuller's work not referred to as "theory" because much of welsing's "theory" is derived from fuller's "work"?
are non-whites destined to never appreciate suggestions forwarded by our most 'learned', merely, because White Supremacist Racist disapproves of a non-white intellectual stance?
ayinde, irregardless of what dr. frances cress welsing sees as the origins of alienation, anxiety and narcissism, White People reveal those sentiments. in order to deal withe White Oppression of people they classify as non-white, the White Nations feelings must be made known and discussed openly.
how can ones fault welsing for discussing the probable origins western aggression?
wouldn't mt. Kilimanjaro provide shelter for albino mutant depigmented africans?
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