Is Mixed Race better?- Black Genetics(Part 2 of 4)

My last post was about who is black/African. But for part two I wanted to address the idea of race mixing.  It has been an issue for hundreds of years.  And for black people at this moment in time it’s a serious issue.  Black people have been taught by this racist society that looking African is a bad thing.  We are taught that being black means being ugly and inferior.  So I ask the question…is being mixed race better? is being less black-looking better?  In this racist culture many people would say it does.  many black people that are full of self hatred would agree for sure.  This video(above) is very disturbing for many reasons.  This black women has obviously lost her damn mind.  This braindead fool thinks a “super race” will be created by race mixing. She doesn’t believe in black power or black unity.  She talks about the greatness of having melanin and seeing the greatness in yourself.  Which is no a bad thing.  But she’s talking only about the greatness of black women and how they will birth the new “super race”.  She talking about giving the black womb to other races of men other than black men. Is this black greatness?  is making mix raced babies the answer to racism? She sounds very intelligent and articulate.  But I’m not falling for her nonsense.  It sounds like just an excuse to hate black men and promote swirling. This woman is clearly delusional.

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Then of course there is the issue of the “one drop rule”.  This is the belief that a if a person is even partially black they must be considered a black/African person.  The video above is very good.  The narrator explains in a very analytical way how the one drop rule is destructive for black people. The definition give for the one drop rule is the following:

“The one-drop rule is a social and legal principle of racial classification that was historically prominent in the United States asserting that any person with even one ancestor of Saharan-African ancestry (“one drop” of black blood) is considered black (Negro in historical terms). This concept evolved over the course of the 19th century and became codified into law in the 20th century. It was associated with the principle of “invisible blackness” and is an example of hypodescent, the automatic assignment of children of a mixed union between different socioeconomic or ethnic groups to the group with the lower status.

We can no longer fall for this propaganda.  This is an obvious attack on melanin and black genetics. I would love to hear your thoughts.

Singer/actor Tyrese Gibson marries his “black queen”

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It seems there’s a big uproar over R&B singer/actor Tyrese Gibson.  Apparently he recently announced that last month he secretly got married.  No big deal right??  Well in his Instagram post he said he had found his “black queen”.  But the picture of his wife proves otherwise.  His wife is Samantha Lee Schwalenberg. She doesn’t look very black to me. This is not a light-skinned black woman. Where are the African features?  The less African features you have makes you less black.  That’s why every racial group has race classifications to tell themselves apart from others. In 2014, Lee got a certification from the Professional Bartending School of Atlanta. Her certification is in mixology and bartendering.The newly married Mrs. Gibson attended the University of Georgia, and once even competed in the Miss Latin UGA pageant in 2011. Which is fitting since she looks more Latin than African.On her Facebook page, Lee regularly posts long, thoughtful posts about the role of religion and God in her life. In August 2015, Lee wrote about life and death saying, “I think the Devil does a pretty good job of convincing us that there’s nothing after death…that this life, that’s it. I am writing you all to tell you that I know that it doesn’t stop there. We should not fear death, just like we should not fear birth.”Lee is from Dayton, New Jersey, and according to her Facebook page, she now lives in Athens, Georgia. People magazine had reported that Tyrese and Lee were first seen out together at the 33rd Annual UNCF Mayors Masked Ball at Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta in December 2016.

I could really care less who Tyrese married.  The problem is he called her his black queen. According to Tyrese her racial makeup is Ecuadorian,Jamaican and African-American. Tyrese forgot to mention she is also part white.  So he should’ve said his “mixed queen”.  Or at least his biracial queen.  But to call her black is insulting to black women and black people in general.

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This is a picture of Lee with her father.  He looks pretty white to me.  She looks like an Arab or a Hispanic woman.

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This is a picture of her mother and brother on the far right.  Supposedly the mother is Hispanic. So I guess the mother is an Afro-Latina with some Jamaican ancestry.  The truth of the matter is she is a biracial woman that could easily pass for a Mexican,Cuban or Arab.  This is the problem with the silly one-drop rule. This is another example of whitewashing the African image.  Tyrese knows he’s wrong for this.  And I’m glad that black men and women are calling him out on it.  This was some ignorant self-hating coonish behavior on the part of Tyrese.  But this is what happens when you make being black all inclusive. Am I wrong?  Has this biracial stuff gone too far? Is Tyrese delusional?  I’d love to hear  your thoughts.

The Interracial Madness- The Trophy White Woman(Part 1 of 3)

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.

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“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.”

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

https://kushiteprince.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/the-unhealthy-worship-of-white-women/

 

Lupita Nyong’o vs Alicia Keys: Black Beauty Standard

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What is beauty? Many say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Therefore anyone can come up with their own definition of beauty.  I can agree with that to a certain extent. We all have our own personal like and dislikes.  But in a male dominated society the beauty of a woman is very important.  There are many good looking men in the world but it only carries you so far as a man.  But for women their beauty can open many doors for them.  A man is usually judged by his financial status.  It’s ultimately about what is his income and can he be a provider.  There are many women who have college degrees and make a lot of money nowadays.  But for the most part women are still judged by their beauty.  Their beauty is seen as social capital.  Not only is our society dominated by men…but also dominated by Europeans.  This makes things doubly hard for black/African women.  The woman in the picture above is actress Lupita Nyong’o.  Over the last few years she has taken Hollywood by storm. Lupita is an African woman.  She was born in Mexico and raised in Kenya.  She has been praised for her acting ability most notably the film 12 Years a Slave.  Which he won an Academy award for.  But she has also been praised for her beauty.  When I first saw her in an interview back in 2013 I thought she was a stunning beauty.  She had a beautiful smile,full lips and smooth dark chocolate skin. She has a very asymmetrical face. Her beauty seems almost otherworldly.  I was somewhat surprised that the media was giving her so much praise.  The white media rarely gives praise to a black woman with her skin tone and features. I haven’t seen this since maybe Lauryn Hill. Lauryn was a close second by the way.  I almost picked her for this post. But it was praise that was well deserved.  Although I find her gorgeous there are far more light skinned/biracial women that get more praise in the media.

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Which brings me to singer/actress Alicia Keys.  Many black men I’ve talked to say that Alicia Keys is a beautiful woman. She’s not a bad looking woman at all.  But I’ve heard people say that she is a great representation of a beautiful black woman. This is a serious problem in the black community.  The problem is that Alicia Keys is biracial/mixed. She has a  white mother. The issue is really not about Alicia Keys.  I’m just using her as an example.  It’s more about what she represents. And I’ve heard other people say that actresses like Paula Patton,Halle Berry,Stacey Dash,Zendaya Coleman,Zoe Kravitz,Tracee Ellis Ross,Thandie Newton and Carmen Ejogo ..described as beautiful black women.  Even though they are all biracial women. This is the problem with the black beauty standard. And this is what needs to change. We have to be honest about this.

This video by Youtuber Chrissie explains the problem of biracial women getting so much shine.  Many of them get offended and upset when this reality is pointed out.  The reality is that a women like Alicia Keys should not be the representative of black beauty.  Every race and ethnic group has it’s own standard.  Whites have a standard and Asians have their standard.  When a woman is part Chinese and part African,the Chinese  do not accept that woman as their standard of beauty.  They will say she’s mixed race and in most cases most Asians don’t accept them as Asian at all.  So why is it so different with black people? Why do black people so willingly accept biracial women as OUR standard of beauty?

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As far as an African standard of beauty I would choose Lupita. Some of you may disagree with me.  I know there are thousands of African woman I could choose from.  I have featured many of them here on my blog.  But Lupita is an easy choice considering she is in the spotlight at the moment.  I think the one-drop rule has brainwashed millions of black people.  We think anything that is lighter skinned and light eyes is a better representation of blackness.  A watered down version is better than what we really look like.  There are millions of dark skinned and brown skinned black women who never make it big in the acting or modeling world.  And the few that do are not seen as “classic beauties”.  They are always seen as the “exotic other”.  Much the same way many whites in Hollywood look at Lupita.  But I really don’t care what racist whites think.  I’m more concerned about what we think and how we feel about each other.  We can no longer let the pseudoscience of the one drop rule over us anymore. We should be able to create our own standard of beauty.  We should not let another group of people dictate to us what should be considered attractive.

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It’s okay if people disagree with me.  But who would you choose?  Name three women you think would be a good representation of black beauty. They can be actresses,models,singers etc.  What is African beauty? What should black beauty look like? What women would represent it the best?

Stripper/Model Amber Rose is Black! April Fools :)

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Stripper/model/actress/media whore Amber Rose has a big following.  It seems that many fans will defend her to no end.  Many self hating black men say she’s a bad chick  and a beautiful black woman.  And you have many self loathing,idiotic black women who see this self serving whorish woman as a role model.  But I have news for these self hating coons….she’s not a black woman!  Oh wait! Are you shocked?  First of all this woman is not anyone young girls should look up to anway.  Whether they are black,white or any race. She is most famous for dating brain dead rappers like Kanye West and Wiz Khalifa.  She even has a child with Wiz.  I pray for that child.  But anyway,why are black people so in love with this woman?  Why do they defend her when she’s not even an African woman.

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Claiming  this woman has black shows black people are very confused.Her father is said to have Italian and Irish ancestry. Given the surname “Levonchuck”, he also likely has Eastern European ancestry. Her mother, whose name is either Shauna Soares or Dorothy, has Afro-Cape Verdean and Scottish ancestry.Cape Verde is a group of islands located off the coast of West Africa. It’s interesting to note that most of the population (about 71%) of Cape Verde is a mix of Sub-Saharan Africans and Europeans usually from Portugal and Spain. Amber’s paternal grandparents were Francis/Frank J. Levonchuck (the son of Philip Levonchuck and Eva Tarnaske) and Rose.Amber’s maternal grandfather was Anthony Rose. There is very little African in that genetic makeup. She’s getting in the Ronda Rousey territory if you ask me.

This woman should not be defended.  She’s no different than Kim Kardashian.  They both love the media attention,sleep with famous rappers and have no real talent.  I have no idea why some black women stand up for this woman.  She’s not black yet they defend this woman. Amber even started some silly movement called a Slutwalk.  So now being a slut is something positive?  Being a slut is progressive?  is this really moving women forward?  I definitely don’t think so.This is backwards thinking and shows how easily our people can be mislead. The sad part is you have REAL black women that are trying to uplift their people through social media and can’t get enough support.  Yet Amber has over three million followers on Twitter! This shows you many of us have lost our minds. She also is very sexually confused.  She once described herself as “half lesbian”.  What the hell is that? This woman is completely lost!!

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And if you don’t believe me,here are Amber’s own words:

“I do not consider myself a black woman. Absolutely not….Bi-racial. I embrace everything that I am, I don’t feel like I’m more one thing, than the other.”

This woman is nothing but a hip hop version of Rachel Dolezal. I rest my case!

UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is 1/16 Black…Does it make her African?

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Well what do we have here.  It seems as though mixed martial arts fighter Ronda Rousey as some “black” in here bloodline.  I noticed in this picture she has braids in her hair. Maybe she’s trying to get in touch with her “African roots”.  Who knows right?  I had a co-worker tell me she was part black last year.  Of course I didn’t believe it all.  But after a little research I found a little information on it. But it wasn’t a big deal me.  There are many white celebs that have a black relative from waaaaaaaaaaaay back in the day.  But I guess the subject came up again when TMZ released a recent video with Rousey and her mother.

Of course this is not totally shocking but most white celebs don’t mention their black ancestry.  That information is usually dug up by someone else because there is no real advantage to admitting some black ancestry in a racist white society. This is the break down of her family background. She is the daughter of Ann Maria Rousey DeMars (born Waddell), a judoka and author, and Ronald John Rousey.

Ronda’s maternal grandfather was of Trinidadian and Grenadian descent (including African, Spanish, and English ancestry). Ronda’s other ancestry is English, 1/16th Polish, German, Scottish, and distant Dutch.

Ronda has said that her ancestry is “half venezuelan, a quarter English, a quarter polish, 100% American”. Her reference to “Venezuelan” ancestry likely refers to the fact that the island of Trinidad, where her grandfather’s family was from, is just 11km off the northeastern coast of Venezuela. Ronda’s first three fractions are not quite correct: she is of one quarter Caribbean ancestry, not half, she has English ancestry, to one degree or the other, from all four of her grandparents, and her Polish ancestry is one sixteenth, not one quarter.

Ronda’s paternal grandparents were John Edward Rousey (the son of Clarence James Rousey and Theresa Ellen De Moss) and Jean Orvetta Zifka (the daughter of Charles O. Zifka and Lenice O. Dilley). Charles was born in Wisconsin, to a Polish father, Lawrence Zifka, and an American mother, Elzina Smith.

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Ronda’s maternal grandfather is Joseph Arthur Waddell (the son of Alfred Ernest Waddell and Emelia/Amelia Maria/Mona Castillo). Joseph was born in New York. Alfred was born in Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago, to Joseph Waddell, who was English, and Claudine Angus Abbott, who was from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Amelia was born in Trinidad, to Pedro Castillo and Maria Hernandez.

Ronda’s maternal grandmother is Marcella Ann Austin (the daughter of Anthony Austin and Reva/Rena Landon). Marcella was born in Illinois. Anthony was born in Indiana. Reva was born in Illinois, to Laurence Landon and Mayme Price.

Now you have silly ass negroes going around saying she should be considered a black woman.  This is insanity! I covered this issue once before last year.

https://kushiteprince.wordpress.com/2015/03/18/shailene-woodley-is-a-black-woman-and-other-myths/

But this is NOT a black woman.  She is not African. I don’t care what Rousey’s mother says. Just because a white person has a great-great grandparent that was black or mulatto does not make them black. This is once again that crazy “one drop rule” gone wild. Blogger Authenic African Vanguard once said:

“The Ignorance Of Blacks/Africans Accepting The False One Drop Rule Has Caused A Lot Of Confusion Among Africans. Which Is Why The IMA Constantly Promotes It To Keep Africans In The State Of Disarray. When The European/IMA Has Control Over Your Own Racial Identity,He Is Able To Manipulate Africans Into Accepting His Bastard Offspring And Even Put Them In Positions Of Power Over “Authentic” Africans. Recently A IMA Female Actor Meryl Streep Said In Front Of An All White Film Panel (“There is a core of humanity that travels right through every culture, and after all we’re all from Africa originally,” she added. “Berliners, we’re all Africans really.”) The Deceptiveness Of “We Are All Africans” Minimizes And Ignores Crimes & Injustices Committed Against Africans Worldwide, Based Solely On The Fact That They Are “Authentic” Africans. This Is Why There Is An Urgent Need For ACBN Thought Among Blacks/Africans Internationally. The World Is Ran By Individuals With A “Racial” Group Identity. Individuals Linked Together Simply By A Distinctive Phenotype.”

Those are very true words! Very well said statement by an intelligent man.. And we as black people must stop trying to claim every single person that has some black ancestry from way back in the day.  It makes us look pathetic trying to claim people who obviously don’t look like us or want to have anything to do with us.  We should be a prideful people and embrace our African culture and heritage. And we definitely don’t need to claim some overhyped,overglorified unattractive white martial artist fighter.  This white woman has NO African traits. Skin color,hair texture or phenotypes. So let’s keep it real.

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So I hope this helps you with any confusion you may have. She’s not one of us.  And I don’t give a damn if she puts her hair in braids,dreadlocks or bantu knots.