The Ugly Facts About Black-​on-​Black Racism a reply to Ste­fan Molyneux


False premises and flawed think­ing? One of the major prob­lems with this con­ver­sa­tion is that the par­tic­i­pants don’t seem to under­stand the dif­fer­ence between prej­u­dice and racism. Not one time in this long con­ver­sa­tion did I hear the word prej­u­dice men­tioned. Because of this, an incor­rect think­ing process has taken place. Racism may pro­ceed out of a prej­u­dice mind but those thoughts have to be acted upon in order for them to be racist. One would think that the par­tic­i­pants would be cog­nizant of this and thereby demon­strate cau­tion when using these terms.

The next point of con­tention is the use of the terms black and white when refer­ring to indi­vid­u­als or groups. I am going to make an assump­tion here that may be incor­rect, but I assume that both indi­vid­u­als are col­lege grad­u­ates. I will also be force to assume that they must have for­got­ten their pri­mary edu­ca­tion. Which teaches the color spec­trum. I do not have to have clear vision to tell that the per­son on the other end of this con­ver­sa­tion is brown man. But from this point on, I will refer to him and oth­ers as a (so called) black man or (so called) white man. I under­stand why it could be hard for some so called white peo­ple to talk about racism. And as the mod­er­a­tor stated it is the mem­ory of past events, and even if a (so called) white per­son would never think of any­thing remotely on the level of past events they are still felling of group con­nec­tion. I have given this some thought as to what has hap­pen in so (so called) white peo­ple in regards to this.

In the con­ver­sa­tion the mod­er­a­tor make a request that (so called) black peo­ple. This request has much merit and is at the root prob­lem. If I’m not mis­taken the request was made because of the under­stand­ing that this is abuse. A cor­rect assump­tion. What is fas­ci­nat­ing is that this type of think­ing never gets taken to the next level. Peo­ple who are abused become abusers (unless they resist it). When I talk to peo­ple about racism I make an effort to remind them about the con­di­tion­ing that occurred in Europe. Most peo­ple reply to me stat­ing ” What has that got to do with racism they are all (so called) white peo­ple?) My reply to them is “that is cor­rect but they had a cast sys­tem, were more than 95% of the peo­ple were on the lower rung.People who are abused become abusers and I’ll leave it at that. How ever the prob­lem with not think­ing about it is that as the say­ing goes “Those who for­get the past are doom to repeat it”.

The prob­lem in ques­tion requires a mul­ti­dis­ci­pli­nary approach. One of the dis­ci­pline is rel­a­tively new and is called “Epi­ge­net­ics” which basi­cally it states that one genet­ics is formed by the exter­nal stim­uli. So maybe we should (with­out prej­u­dice) con­tem­plate the con­di­tion the the com­mu­ni­ties in ques­tion have been exist­ing with and not the red her­ring of I.O. test.I.Q. test can only tell one how well adjusted indi­vid­u­als are to the education/​indoctrination the sys­tem has pro­vided. I made a reply to a state­ment the post “A Cur­rent Nar­ra­tive That Is Pop­u­lar in The Media is that the United States National Anthem is White Suprema­cist… Really? I’m going to look as I write this.” where this state­ment was made by a reader I quote “They think its cool with the whole black power stuff. Their par­ents actu­ally had some­thing to fight for, and blacks got every rights the white man had. But he couldnt do any­thing with it. 50 years later and they are just *uck­ing up what their grand­fa­thers fought for.”

Another needed dis­ci­pline would be a fact based history!

My reply to his was and I quote “This comes from not know­ing Amer­i­can his­tory you prob­a­bly would say that about the (so called) red man if there were enough of them left to make a dif­fer­ence . Most (so-​called) white peo­ple think after the civil war (so-​called) Black peo­ple where free to do what ever they felt they needed to do. This is far from the truth! The KKK was still in effect, and if I am mis­taken please cor­rect me. The (so-​called) Black peo­ple were given the right to gov­ern them­selves but was quickly taken away, there were Jim crow laws that were in place up until the mid 1960 s. Also in the 50 there was redlin­ing a bank pol­icy that made it impos­si­ble for(so called) black peo­ple to get lone to start busi­nesses. Well that’s a lot of miss­ing time for boot strap­ping (pulling your­self up by your boot strap) Kinda of hard when you take away the straps. When you con­sider the civil war ended in 1865 ( that a hun­dred years) and there were still Jim Crow laws in the south one hun­dred years later. Of cause it was not like that all over the U.S. in the west the (so-​called) Black peo­ple did well in what was called Black Wall St. Well they did will until there town was bomb.”

As far as the per­cent­age of (so called) blacks attack­ing white. I invite you to look up facts regard­ing (so called) whites attack­ing dur­ing the 400 years of enslave­ment. Peo­ple in glass houses should not throw stones. But I’m not writ­ing just to com­plain. Lets talk about the solu­tions not book endorsements!


In order to do this I am going to talk from per­sonal expe­ri­ence. When I was in school I was never a good stu­dent. I would have never been able to write what your read­ing now. I have always been able to make it to the top of any of the tech­ni­cal field I hap­pen to be in at the time, by using gim­micks to cover for my lack of writ­ten com­mu­ni­ca­tion skills. I have held posi­tions such as Air­craft tech­ni­cian to assist­ing with hair trans­plant (Oper­at­ing room tech­ni­cian). These jobs came only after I learned about the his­tory of my peo­ple before their time of their enslave­ment. which I believe gave me the per­cep­tion of con­fi­dence (I can do this). The mod­er­a­tor talk about throw­ing money at (spend­ing a lot of money on) the prob­lems in my com­mu­nity. What this does is to pro­vide help for those who are on the mar­gins, (are in good com­mu­ni­ties) those who had some mea­sure of com­pe­tence in them­selves to start with, but does not help com­mu­nity as a hold.

If Africans were to learn about how great their ances­tors (once thought to be a myth but now back up with hard facts) were in the pass this would make the dif­fer­ence. But in order for this to be done with caus­ing prob­lem for (so-​called) white peo­ple the seg­re­ga­tion of his­tory class would be needed. Because as you say it’s hard for (so-​called) white peo­ple to con­ciser the action of their ances­tors, and we are the ones who are made to pay for it. But if this is to end we will have to start to tell the truth. A hard, maybe impos­si­ble thing for the sys­tem to do.

Look for a post on this topic com­ing soon.

As you can see this is one of the many youtube video that must be viewed on youtube. here is the link


All that is gold does not glitter.

All those who wan­der are not lose.

The old that is strong does not witter.

Deep roots are not reach by the frost!

I almost for to ask this ques­tion. You quoted sta­tis­tics on (so-​called) black on white crimes or attacks for some­time in the 2000’s.

Can you please quote those same sta­tis­tics for the year 1910 if not how about 1920 or 1930 or 1940 or even the 1950’s? Peo­ple in glass houses should not throw stones!

Ste­fan Molyneux’s post can be found here https://​www​.youtube​.com/​w​a​t​c​h​?​v​=​U​f​v​n​0​f​9​P​7​t​E

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