Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Being Black in America is primary a class economic issue. Social class mobility is the dream of all Americans. But racially prevailing vestiges of slavery will for ever continue the hatred and self dis pare of racial genocide inside and out. Upwardly mobile Blacks have no loyalty of being Black. Poor Blacks embrace their Blackness by knowing their history and struggle of this universal notion of the "Black Experience". History has prevail to us that we are in a class struggle for freedom, liberty and equality. The notion of full equality is not just and American right it is a human right. Our ancestral heritage as former Africans has been clouded by our class struggle as "NIGGERS" TO "BLACKS" TO "AFRICAN AMERICANS" HOPEFULLY TO BECOME FULL AMERICAN NO RACE CONSIDERATIONS OR PREJUDICE*

The "N" word is really a bad thing and should be abolished by Blacks and Whites it is a history of hatred and dis pare. "..... the Negro has no other culture than that of an American..."

This is why the crime of labour capitalism and materialism has prevail to be a criminal enterprise in some Black communities, by Black people and their leaders from politicians to preachers symbolically embrace it as a way of life. The other side is a law abiding blacks aristocratic high official who is not discriminated against, but use their position heads of institutions of oppression to get ahead on the misery and chaos confronting the "Black Experience"*


Geewiz said...

I know where you are coming from. I am a Native American Indian and we are still considered smelly and aggressive. It is not true of all Indians. Yes some were angry that we were placed on reservations but little does the world know that my fathers family still live on reservations in Oklahoma. But you would probably never see an Indian running for President.

Dada X said...

Hey thanks for your response I have a great respect for your heritage and culture I write about them in my book America Damn go to google books or search books then search box the forgotten
minorty. Sorry it took me so long to thank you for your response blog.

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