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Black People : Do white people have melanin?

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  1. FloatDarkMoon

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    Hotep istlola,

    Recessive, as when to referring to genes, as not to mean that "whites" are inferior, but their genes are "not dominant".

    I second the rest of your post.

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    Greetings...

    I want to take a moment to THANK everyone for their input here.

    I've had a great refresher course in human genealogy and a better overstanding regarding melanin and white folks.

    In the end for me is that when white folk say..."we all have melanin", and/or "were ALL Afreekans" while this is true, it does NOT negate the politrikal constructs and practices developed and implemented against those whose gene pool is rich with melanin dominate genes (if it can be stated that way).

    I am continuing to learn and grow and look forward to any additional discussions.

    M.E.

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    I asked a straight question and for that, I believe I deserve a straight answer. There's a reason for that and it's called respect. Regardless of what your opinions may be of me and my less than enlightened mental state, you have no right to dodge my question with snide run around remarks that offer no more value than the eclectic sci-flix they were gleamed from.

    You do not know me and much less my background, yet you still assume. I could assume about you as well but that would be uncivilized and given to arrogant human inclinations. If you are not able to satisfy my question, which I believe I asked respectfully, I can at that moment assume you are more crytic to your own self than any of the aforementioned works are to the masses "trapped up in the Matrix." Perhaps afterwards, with some introspection, you can come around to the fact I am not your enemy nor someone who deserves antagonistic behavior, if not then maybe I am not the only one still in the Matrix, Morpheus.


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    looks like homie been up in the catnip again......:SuN036:
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    Hotep Truetothecause,

    The political constructs are for anyone who get caught up in them. I believe it was Fredrick Douglass who said "The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress." In other words, no one can oppress you without your consent. Oppression is melanin-blind.

    In addition, I wonder how you reconcile the "content of their character" quote by Martin Luther King, Jr. in his famous speech. Does it speak of hypocrisy when we say that we want to be treated as individual people and not judged by our skin color and then turn around and judge people solely by the color of their skin?

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    neo con BS

    and no one can shoot, rape or rob you without your consent?

    no, black people are not hypocrites.
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    :whip: If this is truth as your understand it, please articulate for me what the status of F. Douglas's parents, and his grand parents, and the condition of all the relatives before them born after A.D. 1640 in Imperial North Amerikkka was. I would also appreciate your elucidation of the weaning off of the indentured white, and the obdurate native, that ultimately left the "black" man and woman in a condition that if I understand you here was "not" oppressed. I am to assume that they signed on to the treatment to which we were subjected for the centuries that followed?

    Non-white people can choose to accept any theory they wish, or they can choose to work in an ehtos that does not include race, of course when you come back to reality you will discover that the vacation has ended, and where white supremacist/racist are concerned, the only argument is emanating from the mouths of victims, is that there are no victims! Appears the WS/R have been effective. Those in control are not influenced by our inability to see the prison we are in, they are ecstatic that we have learned nothing, or so it seems based on what you have provided....Still learning, and for me The Struggle Continues! Peace!
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    Hotep Jamesfrmphilly,

    I believe the quote. If you "stand strong", for a lack of a better phrase, the type of violence will not come your way. If you prove to those around you that you do not accept this type of violence, it WILL allude you.

    We are if we judge people solely based on their skin color and then turn around and tell people not to judge us by our skin color. THAT is hypocrisy!

    :qqb019:

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    Hotep Prizmm,

    It seems to me that they were people who accepted oppression.

    I never said they were "not oppressed". The quote states that being oppressed is a state that one puts oneself in before any other person and that is what I believe to be true. To answer your question, "yes".

    Um...? Keep on struggling, then!

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