Monday, November 19, 2018

Anti-Black Racism's Peculiar Hypocrisies

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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Anti-Black Racism's Peculiar Hypocrisies." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 19 Nov 2018. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.



Anonymous - Why have white men convinced themselves that black men as a group prefer white women to black?

Muhammad Rasheed - There are several historical layers to this question, so my speculative analysis will touch on several points as follows:

  • The pre-white supremacist era demonstrated that the Black woman was highly-favored and sought by everyone, which obviously fueled the rise of the global ‘Supreme Goddess’ matriarchal traditions of pre-recorded history. The first layer of the white male’s “self convincing” is merely a projection to deflect from his own lust for the Black woman’s amazing form (he’s supposed to be on that “pure aryan race” script because of his commitment to the White Supremacist Ideology).
  • Once the white supremacist era began, it became clear that the white woman would represent a boost in social status for the indoctrinated Black male to a degree, so those Black men who sought after them for that purpose merely created examples that infuriated white males into believing this stereotype they created around it.
  • When anti-Black chattel slavery was abolished, the 1% moneyed class desperately took advantage of the 13th Amendment loophole to retain their anti-Black streams of revenue as free prison labor. The marketing arm of this new “slavery 2.0” was the idea that Black males were inherently criminals who wanted nothing more than to capture and rape white women. Since the idea of Black males lusting after white women is directly tied to the for-profit prison industry, white males NEED to continue to propagandize the concept as a multi-generational self-indoctrination so their group will remain on code.

MEDIUM: Scanned pen & ink cartoon drawing w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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