You seem to have a serious problem quoting accurately.
My view: NO WHITE or FAIR-SKINNED PERSON is fit to lead any BLACK movement that is supposed to be addressing White Supremacy, White Privilege, Racism, or Gender Discrimination. (When you repeat this statement try to use the qualifiers I placed.)
They can lead any other movement, and other Blacks can choose them as leaders if they so wish. But on the basis of MERIT, in a Black Movement that is supposed to be trying to stamp out White Supremacy, White Privilege, Racism, and Gender Discrimination, MY VIEW is that DARK-SKINNED BLACKS experience the worst, and so they have the most direct experiences. Today, reading and writing abilities have reached dark-skinned Blacks, who are better able to articulate these issues from their depth of experiences. My point was about choosing on the Basis of MERIT for a Black Movement. You did not responded directly to me on this, but tried again and again to distort and misrepresent my position.
What does this view have to do with the comments in your post?
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