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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What Happened To Proud Black People?

Dear God,

Another day has come...and I see more examples of self-hatred being perpetrated by so-called, African American people. Do any of them realize that our people were the first to exist. All life evolved from the Mother continent, Africa?  What happened to to my people? I've been looking for them for years, but I can't seem to find them. Are they really African American or White Supremacists spreading spam over the internet? Creating a false order of misinformation, motivated to confuse, instigate discord and more generally; to have a nice hearty laugh at their perception of Dumb N*ggers?

The drum beats. I hear voices lifting...they sound tribal. It is the ancestors trying to get through on a very busy communication link. Most of us hear those drums every day, but the "lost ones", they hear nothing but the static of empty minds, filled with hollow images of false images and mindless words. There is no thought behind their speech. It is a language of fools. And only those who are unable to be educated by the wise can understand it.

Where did our people go wrong? When did they begin to start listening to the enemy. Preaching Satanic gospels and chanting malevolent hymns of doom. Death is anticipated. Life is worthless. The mirrors refuse to reflect the faceless. Lost a twisted mortality--no focus, self-worth or joy.

I wish they hadn't shot Malcolm. He would know what to say. He would use the right words and call it out for what it is...Black Vanilla. They want to be a new version of white. They are convinced that being what they are is undesirable. They look at pale skin, blue eyes and blond hair--visioning themselves a Black version of their oppressor. Swirl, Oreo, Creamed Coffee, a mixture of two, but a desire to be more like the one. Black snow. Trying to make snow men out of Black snow. An irony? A duality? A tragedy. Yes.

I want to kill them. They misrepresent me. My people are defiled. Someone must tell them that they can never be white. If they were the most vanilla of chocolate; they would still not be white. I'm ashamed of them and I pray for you to destroy them before their numbers grow any further. This seed must be destroyed, I say!

Vengeance is mine saith the Lord. Oh, Father! My spirit is vexed.

Have mercy, Lord. They are lost--show them the way. The enemy has misguided them and contaminated their thinking. How do you destroy a people? They come from a great race, but know nothing of it. Show them the TRUTH, OH, GOD! We've been punked!

The enemy has blinded them. His laughter is loud. He boasts of his conquest. They said they loved Jesus, but they were liars. They spoon fed doctrines of hate to my people. They were hungry for what they conceived their enemy desired. Every thing they knew: their name, Africa, their language, religion and their history, was stolen--and hidden from them. Now they are a people who have eyes, but cannot see. They were deceived and my people bought into the lie. Take away these imposters and remove the blinders of the people. I know they are not of my blood. My people had soul. They had an energy that was infectious. Their creativity and originality came from you. Why some of us want to be empty and souless like the enemy? Why?

I miss my people and I want them to come home.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

White Racism Caught On Tape! What Would You Do? walk into an upscale store...looking for a nice outfit.  Then, out of the blue, you encounter a salesperson, that not only doesn't want to assist you, but then...begins insulting you, and casually asks you to leave the store...ALL BECAUSE YOU'RE BLACK!!!

This is what real racism looks like in 2011.

White folks love to tell US...Black folks, "Oh, it's not like that anymore..." Really? Well, it's moments like what was caught on this video that exposes White America for what it really is...

Check this video out and then ask yourself...What would you do?

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Blacks Who Cater to Whites...

Any names that come to mind, people?

  • Oprah Winfrey
  • President Obama
  • Montel Williams
  • Condoleeza Rice
  • O.J. Simpson
  • Tiger Woods
  • The NAACP(Quiz me on this one)
  • The Black Boule'
Just to name a few.

Today, it's going to be 88 degrees where I am in Georgia. I'm sitting by a window--looking out at the beautiful flowers and blooming trees and listening to my favorite jams. This thought came to me a few minutes ago(Luther's Here and Now... is playing). Here and Now...I promised to love faithfully... Such beautiful words and I really do feel that this is the song that many Blacks in power or who have money and position are singing to White America. Cooning...and grinnin', just longing for that pat on the back that says, "Now that's a Good N*gger." 

Am I off base? 
These days, you rarely even see Black culture on television anymore. Like last night while watching The Good Wife. Why is it that when they have Black people on these shows, they are sleeping with white characters. Same goes for that show Off The Map, located somewhere in the islands, on ABC in which there is one Black guy in the cast and he's sleeping with a white chick. So, the subliminal message here is that if you're Black and successful, you are approved to sleep with White folks?  This is yet the persistent resistence of Whites in media and Hollywood to show Black love.  Why is that?

Where is the backlash against the networks from our community?

And how can I not speak about the lack of "brown faces" on Oprah's new network. Gail doesn't count. What is Oprah thinking to neglect the African American community? There is no excuse for this. We buy products just like everyone else and our buying power is not to be taken lightly.

Our president seems to have been advised, misinformed and betrayed by angry white males, hell bent on making him look weak, indecisive and something to make fun of rather than respect. And it's all about respect. Everything he does is questioned, probed and analyzed by white folks. Can the man do anything right in their eyes. Yet, it was the greed, arrogance and criminal acts of white males that got this country in the economic crisis it is now in.
His predecessor, George Bush, had a faithful servant in the service of  former Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice.  She endorsed her President and never acted in opposition to whatever he chose to do--mind you that many of his policies hurt our community.  Hurricane Katrina...anyone?  And people know that there was no reason to attack and kill Sadaam Hussein.  It was clearly an act of revenge for his father's failure to destroy him in the War of Desert Storm.

 And still yet, Black folks...wanna be like by white folks.

The NAACP was founded on February 12, 1909. Link: . But did you know that no Black was allowed to serve as Director until 1975. That's right. Our oldest Civil Rights organization was headed by whites. How could an organization designed to help Black people, not allow Blacks to run it--and be allowed to do it? And why would white folks wish to be part of an organization for the benefit of Black people. The only reason why whites contribute money to the NAACP is so that they can dictate policy. So, is our nation's oldest Civil Rights organization really working for its people or is it a co-conspirator with our enemy?

One would have to be reminded of Jim Crow laws. It once was a law that if there were 3 Blacks or more, they could not be allowed to meet without the company of a white man. This is the truth. Some of you can attest to this in public and even on your job--if Blacks congregate; for some unknown reason, some white man or woman, possibly even in management, starts prancing around, looking and observing...trying to see "what you people are up to." Some even are bold enough to insinuate themselves into the conversation.

The Black Boule'--Black versoin of the Illuminati. The Black Elite. Whatever you wish to call a collection of about 4000+ of the wealthiest Black men in America--and none of them are doing anything on behalf of African Americans. Link: Link 2: .

So, adding all of them together, entertainers, organizations and individual leaders that love to appoint themselves over us--WHO IS REALLY REPRESENTING BLACK AMERICA?

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Love It or Dump It...I Will Always Speak The Truth!

The Five Levels of Truth-Telling: First, you tell the truth to yourself about yourself. Then you tell the truth to yourself about another. At the third level, you tell the truth about yourself to another. Then you tell your truth about another to that other. And finally, you tell the truth to everyone about everything. ~ Neale Donald Walsch Conversations with God (Book 2)

Is truth objective? Is it absolute? Or is it relative?

Nietzsche said that the truth never existed. You have your way. I'll have mine. This was his sentiment.

Why is truth so important?

Jesus said: "And The Truth Shall Make You Free..."What was he talking about? We know from scripture that God hates lies. God and truth are one. To know him means that you also embrace truth; the very character of his nature. Lying reflects Satan's character.

No, we are not all Christians, yet, what concerns me is the lack of integrity in this nation and in the world. It simply has become the norm to lie and use dishonesty to get one's way.

Our economy is a good example of this very behavior. Lives were destroyed because people did not tell the truth about our financial behavior. Bernie Madoff ruined people after ripping off perhaps billions of dollars from investors, who had trusted him with their money.

In the media, it is all to convenient to give misinformation and casually misguide the viewing audience--the emphasis being; most people watching television aren't bright anyway--who cares if you're not being 100% honest about issues that can impact our lives.

As relates to history, it's well known that history was "created" from the Victors of battles. Major details got lost and pertinent information was simply either forgotten or deliberately hidden. Why?

The truth is very powerful. It can shake up minds or nations. We must begin to embrace it once again in order to regain our integrity in the world and also to rebuild what has been contaminated by lies.

The commentary I provide on my blog are just my opinions. Some may love them or hate them, but whatever the issue, I fully promise you, I WILL ALWAYS TELL YOU THE TRUTH.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

A Black Woman's View on White Women...

Scanning the web today, I saw this while Googling some topics on various discussion topics I was interested in:  A former Wall Street analyst who wrote a book about dating men of other races has sparked a major debate about political correctness.

J.C. Davies examines the myths about interracial lovers in I Got The Fever: Love, What's Race Gotta Do With It?

She told MailOnline how 20 years' experience ,and hundreds of interviews informed her research, which she says reveals fascinating insight into cultural differences. *Click on link*

This shouldn't be a news scoop, but historically and currently, the view of white women has been tipped by the insistence by white males, that they are supposed to be superior to all women. Their beauty is celebrated by white males, packaged, sold and bought by the world. The image of the white female is generally one of a smiling blond; dressed to look sexy or ultra feminine; and given fuel by constant marketing.

During slavery, the psychological brainwashing that was perpetrated on slaves infused this ideal. How can you see yourself in the eyes of your enemy? Interracial unions are nothing new, but as relates to the history of America, the attraction is not based on love, but one of curiosity brought on through the proximity of slavery. In those times, the white man lusted for the Black woman, and because of his power over her body, being a slave, he could have sex with her at his will. However, the white woman was off limits to the Black male slave. It was dangerous for any Black man to even think of touching a white woman. The contrasts of how Black women and white women were viewed is very telling: The Black woman wore rags. Her hair wasn’t combed. She had no make-up or other things to make her look feminine and beautiful. On the contrary, the white woman wore beautiful gowns. She was made up and her hair was done up in a regal coiffure. The Black male slave could see how well kept the white woman was; secretly, some Black males slaves may have desired her. Thus, the Great Myth, perpetrated by white males, of the White Woman being the most desired woman was born.
As relates to Black women, it is a skewed image. Made up. Propaganda created to destroy the self-esteem of Black people, particularly Black women, in order to subjugate an entire race of people. The Black woman in contrast was not seen in this manner. She was portrayed historically as either the Black Mammy--domestic servant, catering to the needs of the Missus of the mansion or the valueless slut; sexually depraved and easy.

Race has played a large part of how minorities view themselves sexually and this woman writing such a book in my opinion, exposes an arrogance within her to do so because she is well aware that what she is doing is merely expressing and exposing just how deep White Privilege allows her to be marketed by the white owned media and publishing outlets without the fear of backlash. It promotes a general idea and a subliminal presumption white women have been taught through daily images and historical caricatures that corroborate her attitude.  Perhaps she's trying to goad debate or is it a more subtle and racist way of this woman trying to infer that women of color should be jealous?  Black women are not jealous of white women--they just aren't impressed with them and I can say with just pure honesty, Black women could care less what white women think about them and generally, aren't the least bit interested in what they like to do and whom or what they do it with.

I remember when the movie Obsessed came out, white people, particularly white women, were mad when Beyonce kicked that white woman's @ss for messing with her husband and threatening her child. The prevailing, and might I state, racist attitude, that NO successful Black man would ever turn down throbbing--easy white p*ssy. The comments were so hilarious, I found this link to emphasize the generality of their presumptions:

But you see, it's a slippery slope when you have to analyze what is real and what is fiction:

Fact 1: Black women have the highest self-esteem of all groups and are the least likely to commit suicide.

Fact 2: White women are not taking Black men--The majority of Black men MARRY BLACK WOMEN.

Fact 3: Black women do not feel inferior to white women--why should they when white women spend millions of dollars on lip injections, boob jobs, tanning, and butt implants to copy the look of Black women who have naturally what they have to pay for?

Thus, are white women the true beauty standard?

There are many others I could list, but I feel that those who have common sense can gather the logic of what I've already said.

What really sparks a moment of clarity is that in truth; A self-respecting Black women would never have written such a book. Sex should not define a woman--CHARACTER is what should be most visible within her.

A real woman would know this.


"Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens." -John Homer Miller-

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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

What Happened To Black Culture?

Grew up during the Black Power era. I saw the coolest of Black brothers and sisters, wearing big Afros, faces contoured by dark shades--throwing up the fists--greeting each other with, "What's up, brutha/sistah? Sometimes they wore dashikis, had big African medallions around their necks. There was a air of pride, sharp intellect and an acknowledgment of their true origins.

The community I grew up in was filled with images of Black men and women--loving each other. Their children were a reflection of their bond.

From music to sports, the image of Black people was one of a people who were rising into a consciousness that would lead them to a greater destiny than their ancestors could have foreseen.

What happened?

Today, black women parade around with hair weaves, fake European hair sewn in--sold by Koreans and made rich. Blacks control no aspect of this market. It ain't real, why are so many sistahs being bamboozled?

Who are we? What happened to our culture?

The African American gave America true culture. Our music, language, style, art, intellects, creativity and spirit, inspired a nation.

From the plantation to the White House. From Jazz to Hip Hop, Black culture and people have been a prolific people, but I am not feeling that this generation appreciates the contributions that have been made.

Are we losing our culture?

*This topic is also being discussed on: What Happened To Black Culture? - Entertainment - Black Voices Conversations

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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

A Letter To Halle Berry...Real Talk From A Real Black Woman!

Dear Halle,

You don't know me, but I've been around since the beginning of your career in the early nineties, and I feel that it is high time that you face the real truth of your issues, past and present.

First and foremost, your white mother taught you to identify with being a Black woman.  That's wonderful, but the fact of the matter is, Halle, your identity is not that of a Black woman--it is only cerebral.  Most Black women have other Black women to learn from, beginning with their mothers and grandmothers.  How does a white woman instruct a biracial child how to identify with her Blackness?  Basically, she can only make a suggestion, but can she give you instruction?  No.  Through examples, education and interaction; our Blackness is defined.  Phenotype is not exclusive of having a deep rooted connection to a history of a people that birthed all mankind.  What do you know of your father's people, Halle?  Do you really know where you came from?

How then do you feel it is somehow your duty to identify with Black people if you don't even really know yourself?  In this month's Ebony, you were interviewed and you stated that you want your daughter to identify herself as Black--because to you, she's Black.  And you qualified this statement with a presumptuous statement to the Black community: that you "didn't want the Black community to think you had abandoned them because you had a child with a white man, Gabriel Aubry--whom you are not accusing of calling you the N-word, using the expletive "b*tch",  and who "you say" went nuts over an article that referred to his daughter as Black.  Also in that Ebony article, you seem to then contradict yourself that you will not be asserting race on your daughter: "What I think is that that's something she's going to have to decide. I'm not going to put a label on it. I had to decide for myself and that's what she's going to have to decide - how she identifies herself in the world."  This is duality, Halle.  Behavior typically associated with those claiming two races, but subconsciously trying to benefit from the one(white) that gives them access to arenas that monoracial Blacks have been locked out of.  It's a cagey ruse, by not claiming to be Black--you aren't condemned by the majority group and allowed their favor.  However, in truth, those who claim they are "biracial" and not Black, do so, willfully, as not to be labeled by something that society has demeaned. Having a white parent gives them access to White Privilege by proxy. It is a personal choice by them to play the middle; as not to totally be held in contempt by Blacks but at the same time; shrewdly not disavowing their close association with whites in order to maintain a certain comfort level as well as the benefit of having their favor because of their European/white blood.

My first question is, did you not know the character of the man you chose to have a child with? And now he's a racist after you split up? The question here really is what makes you think that we--the Black community, is thinking what you are thinking? Why would we assume that you had abandoned the Black community, Halle? Where is this coming from? And furthermore, no Black woman in her right mind would make a statement that she's not going to assert race on her child if she really is of that race. In a nutshell, Halle Berry, you sound ridiculous and confused.

Let's be real here, shall have had a bad history with men--period.  No one in the Black community is up in arms because you are going through, yet again, another bad break up.  It's not his race that we question--it's YOU that we are taking full view of.  A relationship is a reflection of character and for over 20 years, your history with men has been awful.  We felt sorry for you back in the day when we found out that Wesley Snipes was the one responsible for causing the deafness in one of your ears, that is...until your divorces from David Justice and then Eric Benet and the controversial love scene with Billy Bob Thornton's character in Monster's Ball.  Would a proud Black woman have subjected herself to such a racist depiction of Black female sexuality?  Angela Bassett was first offered the role, but she wisely turned it down.  Black men were shocked and appauled that the character would be sleeping--not only with a white man that was employed at the very prision and assisted in the execution of her late Black husband for murder, played at that time by Sean Combs; but Bill Bob Thornton was ugly as hell.  It was simply unacceptable.  But so goes won the Oscar for Best Actress anyway for portraying this vulgar stereotype.  Angela Basett is a far better actress and has a stronger body of work, yet, she has not won and Oscar. 

Things that make you go hmmmmm.....

For me...I have an even more personal reason to give you the slanted-eye look:  Back in 1993, I was an avid listener to the Doug Bank's afternoon show when he was employed at WGCI in Chicago.  Doug made it known to listeners about his infatuation with you at the time. Well, when the Soul Train Awards roled around that year, one of his producers was assigned to attend the show.  Backstage, she spotted you, and approached your people for a possible on-air interview at the station the next time you were in Chicago.  Apparently, she overheard you make a very unfriendly response to said person, "Well, who is he?"  The producer returned to Chicago and told Doug about this.  He was perplexed and began speaking to his listeners about your behavior--with the producer chiming in about the actuality of all that had occured.  This went on for some time, and he implored his people to try to get you on the show so the matter could be cleared up.  Well, you did come to the show some time later.  Doug confronted  you regarding what the producer had told him and even inferred that he was only trying to show you some love and support, but it appeared that you were getting a little "big-headed."  You then got angry, flippant and stormed off the show.  Yup.  I was there.  And it was you, Halle.

In a nutshell, girl...the Black community is not buying your act any longer.  You're a drama queen and seem to have this unusual talent for attracting abusive men.  Didn't your father abuse your mother, Halle?  Have you dealt with that, really?   We know that you have some serious issues and it's my advice that you seek spiritual and mental help. 

Such a beautiful woman, but I find if all too ironic that you starred in a movie entitled, Monster's Ball, yet...the real monster that seems to be haunting you is deep within.

Stop blaming the men in your life for your relationship failures and take a long look in the mirror.  From its reflection, the real truth shall be revealed as to why you can't keep a man. 

This is the cake you baked Betty Crocker.  EAT IT!!!

I'm Tired of Black Men Insulting Black Women!


Seriously...what is the point of humiliating women that look just like your mother, sisters, aunts, cousins, et al?

Why come to websites and say derogatory statEments about issues that number one: YOU created or participated in? And two: Do you even think about how you look to your own people, much less to society?

The numbers on Black men right now are dismal: Only 47% of young Black males are graduating from high school. In recent reports, it was indicated that young Black males do no better than young poor white boys with, get this, white boys with a learning disability. Once upon a time, it was a positive health disparity: Black folks just didn't commit suicide, but today, Black males are committing suicide at rates that are alarming. From 1980 to 1995, the suicide rate for black adolescents rose from 5.6 per 100,000 of the population to 13 per 100,000, according to recent research by Clare Xanthos, a health services research specialist. For young black men, these changes represent a doubling of the suicide rate, making it the third leading cause of death among that demographic.

If the trend continues, it could ripple through black communities, increasing the number of children who grow up fatherless, further burdening African-American women who will have fewer partners to help them raise families. Clearly, it is a complex problem that is directly related to the life experiences of young African-American men. While the suicide rate for young black men has risen, the suicide rate for black women remains among the lowest of any demographic.

Crime, still is a major issue amongst young Black males as well. 1 out of 8 young Black males in their 20's are in jail or have been through the prison system.

What legacy have Black males passed on to their sons, grandsons, great grandsons from long ago?  The sins of the fathers?

People seem to forget the issues that impacted the African American community from 1965 to 1995. An entire generation of Black males was lost. These years also saw the death of many of our Civil Rights leaders, communities devastated by riots, poverty and crime. Drugs began to infiltrate communities--heroin, cocaine and crack literally destroyed lives. The crack babies have now become men and are wreaking havoc on society.

Yet, Black males want to come to websites and insult Black women.

I took the liberty of finding an old article from Ebony Magazine from August of 1983. The cover of the magazine appropriately was entitled: The Crisios of The Black Male:

Read through it...the paralells are eerie of current times...

What's changed? What's stayed the same?

It's time for Black men to look in the mirror and truly do some serious introspection.

Excerpts from my book: A Journey Into The Mind of a Black Woman
Chapter 16

So many young Black children watch images every single day that tell them that they are not valued by this society. Many internalize those images. The image of white women typically is that she is the standard of beauty. Not having balanced images, particularly in the home and community, validate this presumption created through the false and bigoted lens of White America.

The image of a Black man with a white woman in particular, is only reinforcing an acceptance of White Supremacy to many Black people and is why there is so much hostility at Black white unions.

How can I or any intelligent Black person validate anything that was birthed from dysfunction?

It’s ludicrous.

Some have felt that there has been a conspiracy against the Black family since the days of slavery. On those plantations, slaves weren’t permitted to marry, but they could have sex—in order to create babies which could be sold. When the transportation of slavery was outlawed, this became serendipitous for slave owners. However, it appears that the psychological damage done to Black people on thoseplantations continues in the behavior and attitudes of some Black people toward each other.

In order to understand something, it sometimes is necessary to understand the root of the condition.

How can you see yourself in the eyes of your enemy? Interracial unions are nothing new, but as relates to the history of America, the attraction is not based on love, but one of curiosity brought on through the proximity of slavery. In those times, the white man lusted for the Black woman, and because of his power over her body, being a slave, he could have sex with her at his will. However, the white woman was off limits to the Black male slave. It was dangerous for any Black man to even think of touching a white woman. The contrasts of how Black women and white women were viewed is very telling: The Black woman wore rags. Her hair wasn’t combed. She had no make-up or other things to make her look feminine and beautiful. On the contrary, the white woman wore beautiful gowns.


She was made up and her hair was done up in a regal coiffure. The Black male slave could see how well kept the white woman was; secretly, some Black males slaves may have desired her. Thus, the Great Myth, perpetrated by white males, of the White Woman being the most desired woman was born.

The images and editorials of the times esteemed white women. Black women were debased, so from the start; the true difference in how Black woman and white women were viewed, basically related to marketing. Add to this the reiteration of imagery through time, the myth is perpetuated in the psyches of those who are the oppressed group. They too begin to believe the white man's lie.

Black men were lynched for even just looking at a white woman. No punishment came to men who violated the Black woman. In a nutshell, one woman was valued the other was easily discarded.

But, as Black people began to advance and take more control of their image, Black Beauty was recognized and embraced.

Ebony Magazine, Jet, Essence, to name a few, showed the beauty, talent and achievements of Black men and woman and many thought this would right the wrongs of the past, but true to the light; we are still a bruised people psychologically, and some of us began to embrace the attitudes of our enemy.

Why did Black men begin to desire white women in the last 30 years?

Today, interracial couples are increasing every single year. Some say this is progress but Black woman aren't echoing this sentiment. They see white women as "trouble" and because of her, many Black men have been brought to ruin. Just look at current headlines of late.

Many powerful Black men, particularly entertainers and athletes seem to be targeted by white women. Why? Some Black women have said that these women have been raised well by sophisticated and racist fathers who educated them well on how to seduce the minds of the weak. They know that when it comes to wealthy Black men, and those who have advanced; they have an advantage as relates to the well known fetish of Black men of desiring less Negro looking women or a blond over an average Black woman. Basically, they know that a fool and his money will always part.


The seduction begins from the moment a Black man knows that his money allows him options. And their behavior exposes the deeper truth of just how well many have bought into White Supremacy. And the greatest lie: That Black men really do fall in love with white women. I've never met one in my life who even would state this. What I have encountered are Black men, when asked why they chose a white woman; they preface their statement with a cause--not true love as to their union. A Black woman hurt them. Black women are too bossy. Black women aren't supportive, et al.--we are the center of their choice. It's as if they are saying subconsciously that "the only reason I'm with a white woman is because the Black woman I wanted wouldn't act right."

Given the high divorce rate of interracial couples, I think it's a fair assumption that many Black men get involved with white women for various reasons, but true love is not always one of them. The majority of Black men marry Black women and I do feel that after what happened to Tiger Woods, Black men in general are beginning to see how this is being perceived in a negative light by the entire Black community.

As Louis Farrakhan asked: Is it love or is it lust that drew these couples together?

I must admit, that I’ve purposely chosen not to appear too radical in this book, knowing full well that this book must be marketed and sold by a predominantly white publishing community and to those white folks who like to venture in Black culture, per usual, will want to know what I mean if I say this or that.

Well…if you walk into a private conversation and hear something you’re not supposed to; it’s not the responsibility of those talking to each other to excuse themselves because you’re where you’ve not been invited.

Blame it on being a nationalist.

I stand for that which I love. Anyone who says one thing but lives an opposite reality is deluded.

Therefore I ask: What makes the Black man golden? And it ain’t what he’s got.


Sistahs desire the Black man because he is the image of their creator. He holds the strength that is needed to sustain them. He looks like a man is supposed to. He’s sexy without being overtly sexual. His conversation has real flow. He’s deep without being too cerebral. Loving a Black man is just natural for most Black women, so…they don’t like it nor will they tolerate any white woman being in the spot that is reserved for a Black woman.

Through the wombs of Black women, Black men are born. And we are thus, one flesh.

Where is the history of white men or women sustaining the Black community through its trials and tribulations? Where are their contributions? What sacrifices have they made? How many died for us? Give me names.

How dare anyone dare insinuate their presence into my community without accountability!

This is not about hating white people—it’s about loving ourselves more.

The objective for this book is to bring Black men and women together and I don’t give a damn who gets offended. I’m offended ever y day at the insistence of the media that there is something wrong with Black love, so you don’t see it—anywhere these days.

We’ve disappeared, according to the Nielsen ratings and the only route for us is to marry non Black s, creating less Negro looking children that are considered more attractive and acceptable to the mainstream.

Yes! I said it.

Where is this coming from?

Our insecurities have become exposed and we’re getting played.

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