The point is that she is still using the language of the oppressor. I already offered some options, I even quoted the great John G. Jackson, but both you and her negated these quotes. Another thing is that I showed that the word is void of any meaning, even in an anthropological sense, and that argument is delibaretely overlooked time and time again.
As a matter of fact, you can not adress a problem relating to a human being that does not exist. So if the 'negro' does not exist, the problems related to so called 'negroes' do not exist so it doesn't even make sense discussing the enslavement of so called negroid minds, which makes it clear that the 'negro' is a horrible fairy tale brought into existence by the white slavemaster and being upheld by 'negress' Bantu-Kelani. True consciouss African brothers know the difference between a 'negress', and a genuine African women.
Because dogs and slaves receive a name from their master, free people give themselves a name!
It's gona take bravery to stop (mental) slavery!
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