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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

EQUIVALENCES IN WHITE RACISM DENIAL AND BLACK COLORISM DENIAL



White people denying racism: 
I don't see color. 
There's only one race, the human race. 
Racism will just stop existing if you ignore the bad people.

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Black people denying colorism:I don't see color. 
There's only one black race. 
Colorism will stop existing if you just ignore the bad people. 
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White people denying racism = Black people denying colorism

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This gets worse as you ADD the fact that
Most women were not feminists just a few years ago (especially pre-Beyonce declaring herself one)

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/poll-women-reject-feminist-label-call-them-too-extreme-anti-men/article/2584010

and also ADD the fact that

Women who are not feminists think it's "natural" for women to compete with each other over men
and then ADD the fact that

Women who are not feminists 

think it's "natural" for women to be primarily valued for beauty

then the question asked here should be easy to answer:

"Why Do Successful Black Men Tend to Date/Marry Light-Skinned Black Women"


http://hubpages.com/politics/Why-are-Light-Skinned-Black-Women-Viewed-as-the-Prize-in-Black-Male-Female-Relationships



CONCLUSION
Non-feminist women are easily manipulated into competing for men. This means they are also easily manipulated into getting to the top of the heap by getting as close to whiteness as possible. Denial that colorism exists makes going all out for this competition is made easier by denying colorism really exists if you're a good person

White people use denial in this same artful way to deny white supremacy's existence and effects.
OUTCOMES OF COLORISM DENIALNon-feminist women who can compete because they can pass a paper bag test in the dark, GLOAT -- and wind up feeding the beast. 



Non-feminists women who cannot compete at getting close to whiteness because they are dark-skinned, get jealous -- and wind up drooling over beasts. 
SOLUTION:
BEING A WOKE FEMINIST

IF YOU ARE AWARE OF WHO BENEFITS FROM MANUFACTURED COLORISM WARS
BETWEEN BLACK WOMEN YOU CAN REFUSE TO PARTICIPATE...EVEN PASSIVELY


As "DENIAL" is the OPPOSITE of "WOKE," as "DENIAL" is in fact enabling of oppression, denial is not a choice when it comes to colorism or racism