Well itís clear the White denialists obviously still do not want to learn. Itís too easy as a White person in this world to simply ignore any and all evidence presented of clear social racism or institutional discrimination against Blacks. I hear their same old denial and or ignorance of the history all the time! Their position preserves the status quo of White privilege and Black disadvantage, for they have no "solution" to the discrimination of Black folks but to just say Black Nationalists are racists. Many White so-called Rastafarians just want to quote and interpret biblical passages and often praise reggae music and reggae artists. Most don't want to talk about hear anything that doesn't conform to their reality. They never address issues that affect way more Black people like slavery, racism, Jim Crow, the high Black unemployment rate, incarceration rate, poverty rate etc.. Logically, it is impossible for them to completely understand something that they have never experienced. So, they are a bunch of white boys and girls that contrive a bunch of excuses to hide the fact that they don't actually want real racial equality. Colorblind society is their way to cloud the problems of Black people in the midst of all non-White's problems. That's why they refuse to acknowledge how race is an issue. Typical I must say.
Also, one of the biggest handicaps I see is that dumb Black folk heavily depend on Whites acknowledgement for everything. They allow their utopian ideologies, religions and racist political beliefs to cloud their minds! Too many Blacks have lost it, they put faith on the White, Caucasian, Cracker, Slaver or Liberal party. They adopt the ways of their White masters, that is a common phenomenon among colonized peoples. The more I communicate with Blacks the more I find them to be their own enemies too. That's one of our biggest problem.
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