Thursday, November 27, 2014
Blacks in Need of Loving Themselves
The other day I was hanging out with my friend and my friend's family. While we were in the car, my friend's father was like: "I just saw two Haitian men at the Casino; they stink and they are dark." Mind you, his wife's skin is dark and two of his daughter's have a dark skin. In my mind, I was saying: "Did you actually realize what you just said? Did you honestly listen to yourself?" Not only you say they stink but their skin color is also a problem too. When I was telling one of my brothers this story, he replied that he has the right to his opinion. Yes, everyone is entitled to their own opinions but when you say stuff like that, you are being racist towards your own race. That is not an opinion of me, this is fact. I know this post is racial but I have to tell you that we, blacks, have been taught to believe that anything that is dark is ugly, evil, whatever negative label you want to associate it with. It is all over religion, the news, the movies. People are still making jokes about how you cannot see a dark skin black man when you turn off the light or something like that. A lot of people find that funny but I do not. I cannot laugh at this. Okay if you do not like people that are dark, fine I am not going to bother. But when there is about 90% of the people who believe that being dark is ugly, don't anybody feel that there is something wrong with society? I just want to know. These black people will be the same damn motherfuckers who are going to express remorse right after a policeman shot a dark skinned black man. In my opinion, you do not even need to even feel remorse towards that kind of individual because you were already making him feel like shit. I don't know why you even bother expressing sadness or anything like that. You want this to happen. You even want your own race to be completely wiped out! So if any black man died, all of you who keeps making dark skinned people feel like shit should shut the fuck up! I ain't got time to listen to your fucking complaints until you motherfuckers learn to love your race! Me I love my blackness as it is. I don't want to change it because it was given to me by nature. Trying to blonde my hair and bleach my skin would be a sin against nature. I have no hope for this race anymore. Actually, I have no hope for any race whatsoever. I only have hope on individuals who love themselves 100%. Self-love cannot be found in race, nationality, or anywhere else. It is only found within.