No matter what you write here about white supremacy or white women being superior to black, A BLACK MAN AND BLACK WOMAN WERE THE FIRST PEOPLE!!!! Even a white man will tell you that. It is impossible for a white or a black man to be inferior to a white person. What we witness now is many years of brainwashing and a people who are still mentally enslaved, now trying to live under the white mans regime, the same regime of those who enslaved him. We will always be superior! Even Genetics show you that, when white and black people mate, the black shows stronger, we have bigger lips, bigger dicks, bigger asses, and are still putting up with the CRAP of the white man. We are superior, we just not embracing it enough at this time. The ideology of white supremacy was invented by a black person when he stood next to a black person. White people are and will always feel intimidated by our dark skin and course strong hair. TheY know in their hearts they could never come close to being anything like us. That is why white men pay black women to MAKE LOVE to them, and the white women travels thousands of miles away to the caribbean, to get some big black cock, cause the white man does NOT, i repeat, DOES NOT have what it takes to satisfy her so she must turn to the black man. Sorry white supremists you loose. And to make it worse there is now a BLACK MAN IN THE "WHITE HOUSE!"
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