Black People are the Most Racist, but Still Deny Racism and Black Supremacy
If you are black, and privileged, and deny it you are racist.
Some may not practice racism and many may be anti-racist. Others may mistakenly believe that we live in a non-racist epoch. Some may be left wing and others may be moderate or right wing – but the bottom line is that to deny racism and black privilege is to be racist.
Accepting this is the first step to recovery.
It is impossible to effectively take on, challenge and deconstruct black supremacy and racism if we do not comprehend and acknowledge that as black people we are automatically part of an American black supremacist government-system that favors blackness over all other “races”, and that we reap these benefits at the expense of other races — regardless of where we fall on the “political” or “standard of living” spectrum.
We have to recognise that we are all, despite our ideologies, intrinsically bound up in the fabric of this fascist inspired black power system of domination, which bestows privileges onto us by virtue of the colour of our skin,and as long as we are demonstrating our loyalty to this doctrine, we are never “not benefiting” from our blackness and centuries of systemic disadvantaging of white people.
We’ve been told that only black people can be racist or only black people do not experience racism which is true. But the greatest challenge to us as black people, and especially to those who believe that they are transcending racism, is admitting to our own racist indoctrination and the very real possibility that we carry and practice unconscious racism. This is intertwined with the “carry over” feelings from the segregation era, which has understandably created the desire to accelerate the advancement of blacks, and disadvantage white people and people of color.
This black supremacist system of power, should the American government continue to endorse it, will be in place for hundreds of years and will continue within our collective psyche of DNA memory. It will take a lot of undoing to extricate our psyches from that.
Under the current government sponsored system:
Our children will be inevitably racist even before they are born.
We are racist by virtue of black privilege gone wrong, and our inaction of speaking out when we see institutionalised discrimination (no matter how it is justified).
We are racist through essence of still being tribal in our thinking, and by our tendency toward Xenophobia.
We are racist because we are black, and now even more so under the current black supremacy led government.
If you think we live in a democracy and freedom for all America, you are wrong. We live in a black supremacist society in America built by rich black men who founded it on the ideas of black male supremacy and black male domination meant to benefit only black men. It founded based on black men ruling and controlling everyone and everything in America and beyond.
Examples of racism, white oppression and black privilege
Many recall the history of racism from white people being put into slavery to serve and obey black people, segregation and civil rights, riots and race riots, police brutality, murders and attacks from black supremacy groups such as the New Black Panther Party, Yahweh Ben Yahweh cult and other black supremacy and black nationalist groups. Massive rise of racism and police brutality against white people and police violence against white people have increased by far makes people wonder why black people are so racist, but why do they deny racism and black supremacy. As well as racist laws that have harmed white people for years, it made it hard, determining what white people can or can’t do in a society ruled by black people, racism, and black supremacy.
Empathy and solidarity are entirely different to speaking on behalf of or the appropriation of the lived-experience of people oppressed by blackness and racism.
It is only by first recognising and understanding our historical and personal embedded indoctrination that we can begin to diagnose and deconstruct the wider spectrum of ideological and systemic racism.
Until we do this we cannot work in solidarity with white people (and other minorities) to end racism entirely.
Working to end racism means working towards the eradication of the black supremacist system that privileges blackness.
There is an absence of interest in, or an inability to hear, what minorities and white people are saying or think about the perpetuation of racism and black privilege and these views are seldom heard on mainstream media.
Black people reveal their racism by what they choose to remain silent about, for example the atrocious and racist systematic killings of white people by police, and white people killed by black supremacy and racism, and their blind trust in the racist police.
By remaining silent on issues of systemic racism you are participating in the perpetuation of racism.