Re: Ican"t belive !!!
Posted By: seshatasefekht In Response To: Ican"t belive !!! (mimi)
Date: Wednesday, 30 August 2006, at 4:13 p.m.
In Response To: Ican"t belive !!! (mimi)
peace and hotep,
mimi, this morning i had an epiphany. i had denounced and encouraged others to denounce 'white' skinned privilege and rejoin the hueman family. i awakened to the fact that others look at issues of color differently.
months ago, ones were furious withe a theory proposed and supported by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing that i also supported. her 'albino theory' which is also about alienation, narcissism and anxiety internalized by 'white" people. Welsing proposed that in pre-history african men and african women gave birth to depigmented childrew whom they later abandoned and exiled.
years ago, White Supremacist racist submitted that africans were not of the family of adam. today africans at home and abroad are submitting that caucasians are not of the family of africa. they are proposing that 'white' people are descended from the evolutionary dead end--- neanderthal or contain a rhesus monkey genetic trait.
they are suggesting that non'white' people who are intentionally mixed or forcefully mixed are not represenative of african leadership. under the disguise of colorism have sought to propose their own world veiw:
what is better for black people? light or dark skin? light skinned blacks got it easy under White Supremacy.......
i wonder what Dr. Frances Cress Welsing would say about such rhetoric.
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