Great interview with author Paul Ifayomi Grant. This interview he touches on the subject of the “trophy white woman”. And why many black men with success choose to marry them. It’s a subject I’ve covered before but can’t be brought up enough. Interracial promotion and the gay agenda big issues being pushed on us heavily. He also brings up a great argument on why interracial relationships are not good for black people. A touchy subject for some but it’s a topic we must address. Mainly because many black people see it as a way to escape their blackness.
“It is not about any particular individual or designed to hurt people’s feelings. It is about the politics, psychology and sociology of miscegenation with a particular emphasis on the politics. It is about understanding how a group of people with POWER, who call themselves ‘White’, use that POWER to control the sexual relationships of another less-POWERFUL group of people, who they call ‘Black’. It is about POWER and the wielding of POWER in aid of White Supremacy.”
Music producer Quincy Jones married white actress Peggy Lipton way back in the seventies. I guess once he got rich he needed his trophy by his side.
Of course we can’t forget football legend OJ Simpson. OJ’s first wife was black but they got divorced and he eventually got his trophy. He didn’t work out too well for him. I wonder what he thinks of that decision now.
Film legend Sidney Poitier was an inspiration to black people in the sixties and seventies. He was a real film icon. He is another one that had a black wife in the beginning…but once again dumped her and married a white women. What is it about this trophy complex? It’s almost like some of these guys don’t feel complete without the love of a white woman.
And we can’t leave out NBA legend(self hating Coon)Charles Barkley. You know you must have a serious case of self-hatred if you can walk around with this creature and call it a “trophy”. Come on Chuck! Wake the hell up fool!
Come on Eddie Murphy! This is so wrong! LOL!
Here’s a related post I did a few years ago. You may find it of interest.