I don’t have a problem dialoguing with anyone, but I do have a problem when someone assumes a superior position with me… and as far as “black racism” there is no such animal, and I wish folks would get the definition straight…
racism = power = the systems and institutions that enable one race to oppress/mistreat another. Blacks can be bigoted or prejudiced (to pre-judge) but blacks in a white supremacy system CANNOT BE RACIST because we have NO institutions or systems or the power to oppress white people.
The proof: I have asked countless numbers of folks this question and have NEVER EVER received a response:
Name one thing that black people – as a group — have stopped white
people – as a group — from doing that they had a RIGHT to do? For
example, denying them the right to work, own a home, live in a certain
area, get a fair trial, an education, or use any public facility.
If anyone can answer that question, they need to write a BOOK about it OR stop misinterpreting and misusing the word “racism”
and just to cut the nonsense short, a “first black” president is not the correct answer. He is NOT in charge, he was selected by the white-controlled Democratic MACHINE, not by black people. We didn’t select him, we didn’t nominate him, we don’t control the electoral college that elected Obama BEFORE the popular vote was counted. He is NOT independent, he is NOT in charge, anymore than Bush was in charge…
affirmative action — wrong answer. Blacks did not create it, and did not have the power to institute it OR decide how it was used. IF we had that kind of power, why the hell would we need affirmative action? LOGIC, please…
let history speak for who has a problem with the skin color of others…we need not beat that dead white horse…