White supremacy and “niggerized” Black people

“A niggerized black person is a black person who is afraid and scared and intimidated when it comes to putting a spotlight on white supremacy and fighting against white supremacy” – Black Professor Cornell West.

“Now, Cornel, it isn’t that we whites want to be supreme. It is just that we haven’t been able to help it. It isn’t our fault that we produced Newton, Archimedes, Einstein, and all those mutants. They are just birth effects, things that happen to even the best families. You have to play the hand you are dealt. A little sympathy would be appropriate.” – Fred Reed (“Fred On Everything”).

I like to think that I am a reasonably capable writer, but I have no hesitation whatsoever in acknowledging the brilliance and superiority of others.

In this case, Fred Reed puts together an excellent case that I have occasionally poked and hinted at, and he both covers and wraps it up nicely, even to offering a both superb and humorous counter-point to Black demands for slavery reparations…

His blog goes on to my links right now!

This essay is an excellent read, and I highly recommend it.

Jeff Goodall.

Read “Are White Men Gods? (11): Getting the Facts Straight” (June 2015) here.

Read “White Males: Are They Actually Gods?” (Oct. 1999) here.

See also:

Language Apartheid: Only blacks can say ‘nigger’ (June 2015) here.

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