@Enki...that is no coincidence. It apparently took Disney forever to get a black princess character and the first thing they do is pair her with a nonblack man. If black people didn't get the underlying motive in that, then those who didn't don't want to.
This video is a continuation of the thread that was closed and, based on reading the linked comments, it is still focused on placing all the blame on black women---which means that, by default, black men are being told that no self-reflection is needed.
Some of what is said in this video I've seen. The other day,we were in Mcdonalds and while waiting on our food. I noticed a picture that had a white man with a wedding ring on,hugging a sista that had a ring on as well. And I have noticed the number of IR sites,ads, and images that have been popping up everywhere. Look at that animation movie called the Princess and the Frog. They made the girl who was not royalty black, and you could tell who was black, and who wasn't. But the prince, who was royalty was made in a way that you couldn't call him black or white. In my opinion, they tried to give him more white qualities than black.