The blatant hypocrisy of some black people is getting on my nerves. The outright disrespect of the Afrikan phenotype by blacks serves as a reminder of the self-loathing which grips swaths of black people around the world. The most common form is the usage of black negatively which often times excludes the lighter skin multiracials, yet the same clowns dare to claim multiracials are black due to the same treatment.
Here is a video by a rapper called Kodak Black, it is foolishness regardless of whether he actually was sarcastic or not and he has taken a lot of heat due to it and rightly so. Another example of how mainstream Western images of blacks is not to be followed. Kodak Black is a perfect example of how Afrikan people are easily corrupted by this image and the impact of the Rap culture devastating minds as it has become infused with mainstream stereotypes.
In the video we see clear separation of the treatment of black women and lighter skin mixed women with an offensive, negative connotation used in relation to black females. This ostensibly leads to debate in the comment section, but what is convenient is that it is easy to identify how phenotype and treatment correlate with a distinction between Afrikan people and mixed people who when segregated for preference or based on their obvious non-blackness are referred to as ‘redbone’, ‘yellowbone’, ‘high yellow’, ‘light skin’, ‘ambiguous’ or are simply referred to as not been seen as black. This is DIFFERENT social treatment hence defeating the false logic of blacks and mixed people been treated the same, black is often seen as a euphemism to dark skin or brown skin people.This once again proving that black self-haters/one drop rule followers acknowledge that one could not claim black separate of those with the Afrikan phenotype but could claim mixed people as their own NON-BLACK entity. It is on this basis ACBN aims to show this separation is a clear difference in treatment hence a clear difference in identity, meaning mixed people for however many generations they have displayed mixed gene expression are not to be considered the same as blacks as they CAN easily be seen as non-black by blacks and our enemies. Unfortunately this can be used against us, though not without the help of negroes, this has been a powerful tool which Chancellor Williams and Dr. John Henrik Clark have warned us about.
Showing crystal clear demarcation of who is black and who is not a black girl, ‘yellowbones’ are not part of this definition, definition of black people by black people.
Here comes white’s negro helper, one drop ruling the women who everybody recognises are not targeted into blackness, most likely an open self-hater. This occurs in the same thread of comments, showing the contradictions of the one drop rule and the reality of black socialisation meaning socially blacks don’t even follow the one drop rule in who we define as black at all times. Showing where identity confusion spawns.
The second comment in this screenshot exposes BLACK self-hate, which surprise surprise… excludes mixed women. Social separation based on phenotype, Afrikans must realise the self-hate caused by conflation with mixed people and see it IS NOT colourism but equally as destructive self-hate similar to our relation to Europeans.
Displaying the exclusionary use of black by both Kodak Black and the ordinary black person, black can sometimes bar ‘light skin’ people and NOBODY claims this is colourism. Why? When black people are treated worse mixed people are socially ‘elevated’ out of blackness, showing their temporary passing through the black identity and elements behind the self-loathing they cause.
This screenshot shows that their are idiots who have taken on colourism as a serious debate and it has now taken a life of its own. What is generally known as self-hate, black people hating their own skin colour, making disparaging remarks about dark skin, disrespecting the opposite gender for dark skin, verbally abusing others for darker skin of both genders. This is common even in the UK, where Afrikans from Afrika are now the majority, the term ‘blick’ is used derogatorily of dark skin primarily by blacks when cussing each other. Self-hate has no borders and did not escape the modern Afrikan from the motherland we see migrating to the West. Black is supposed to define a race, yet the lighter complected people are now not including in this NEGATIVE undercurrent in this usage of the word.
A black female this time who acknowledges black men and hence black people are not the same as ‘lightskin’ people. The rejection and negative associations with black used for dark skin/brown skin, kinky hair people is routinely seen in combination with the proclivity for the mixed phenotypic ‘ambiguous’ people who are not labelled black. As this unfolded the pattern of self-hate can be seen emanating from the positive estrangement of those who are visually, phenotypically seen as light skin from the black label, they are rarely seen as separate due to negativity.
More insane behaviour. A multiracial from Puerto Rico who claims to be black but acknowledges preference for her phenotype and similar ones by black men is self-hate, how can you be black if preference for a black women is self-hate? Contradictions, delusions and once again mixed people sliding in the back door as an identityless shapeshifters who can exclude you from their non-black identity but demand to be put into the black category even when their non-black one causes self-hate by their own definition.
Self-loathing negro too claiming she non-black and has no right to talk about black men yet he defends his right to talk positively about non-black women. Fucking moron.
Gladly there are some sensible black people in the comments, ones who identify black women equal darker skin and that black men who change up when they get money are hating their own skin colour. This constitutes self-hate and mixed people are not involved in this process of self-hate as they do not possess darker skin of black people. Nobody has, does or ever will call a multiracial pale skin male self-loathing for preferring mixed women because they are disproportionately preferring and upholding women who do not look like them or reproduce them often.
The final nail in the coffin for ‘we are treated the same’ comes from a self-hating negro and a multiracial female. The mulatto female who wanted to push one drop rule garbage bin unity against European and East Asian woman to get around the fact that black people identify her and others like her as not a black female when convenient.
The solution to mulatto driven self-hate; been proud of the skin colour of Afrikan people, brown to blue black, the hair texture; Afro-textured hair. Mixed people do not have that, claiming them as black when appropriate, such as when Halle Berry can get white men as often as she chooses or the legacy of the mixed David Dinkins as New York City, then claiming one is a coon or self-hater does not bring about a conclusion to the problem. Socialisation is the key as this commentor mentions, can not continue to raise kids under a false context of the one drop rule but socially contradict it’s supposed existence. If been a black person (and with it darker skin) is a good then the opposite gender should be complimentary not out of place. Many of these black men who have been gassed up by the mass media over their image; oversexualised, being cool, extremely confident, these same men don’t even think this foolishness that they value so much is worthy passing off to their children. They don’t really value their genetic makeup enough to pass it on.
Black people, we must utilise our own socialisation; how it is used to mould a worldview and narrative that is helpful to Afrikans. Colourism is a false narrative handed down by white racists (even though he isn’t real Willie Lynch was supposedly a slave owner from Jamaica, further showing most black issues are hardly limited too one nation), it is to help their narrative and dominion over Afrikan people. When we see blacks treat mixed people different from blacks, whether positive or negative we must not be enslaved to white and other non-Afrikan narratives, we must see it as Afrikans, even one drop rule adherents recognise from situation to situation mixed people are not us and go as far using a descriptor that is not always an equivalent to black. ACBN aims to drive such an ideology, aim to create such a culture. The recollection of differentiation by blacks in a positive, preferential light towards mixed people is a root origin of a certain form of black self-hate in relation to the mulatto and other multiracial. Once this is recognised we can address and go about tackling this form of self-hate. This is just one example of how focusing on our phenotype and the differences in treatment we receive from ALL people in society not just WHITE RACISTS can change our worldview for the betterment of Afrikan people.