Wednesday, March 18, 2015

WHITE Black-Supremacists: The Problem With White "Anti-Racists"

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Robert Poe - "The Trouble With Whiteness"

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Azealia Banks

Just about a dozen years ago, the N.Y. Times ran an article titled “The Black White-Supremacist" ( about a bi-racial man named Leo Felton who grew up among white skinheads and adopted their ideology.

During his first stint in prison he became an outspoken zealot and preacher of that ideology. To get around the obvious self-contradictions, Mr. Felton argued that “race is a spiritual construct” and that “because of that spirit, “the white race is superior to all others.”

Years later, Mr. Felton would change his views on all of that, and his name (to Leo Oladimu), and he chronicles that journey in his book titled Beige: An Unlikely Trip Through America's Racial Obsession (…/…/ref=sr_1_1…)

Years later, Dave Chappelle would do a skit titled “The Black White Supremacist” that seemed loosely based on at least the headlines of that case. The punchline of Chappelle’s skit is “What black man would be crazy enough to become a white supremacist?” In his skit, the black white-supremacist (Clayton Biggsby) was blind (

Interestingly enough, Leo Felton/Olamidu has some very deep insights into race and specifically America's painful and shame-filled obsession with it.

Ironically enough, there is no shortage of white black-supremacists, often calling themselves “anti-racists,” which itself is a highly offensive and racist label, as it pretends that the ONLY racism that exists is “white-on-black racism.”

As an example, in Arizona State University, we have a violent bigot, claiming to be an “anti-racist,” in Robert Poe, who teaches a hate-class entitled “The Trouble With Whiteness.” Poe has openly advocated violence against those he disagrees with; ( As a result ASU's administration has scrubbed his status as a teacher from the Internet and made overtures that it’s considering firing him altogether.

The ironic thing about these avowed “anti-racists” is that they never condemn the avalanche of black racism that percolates around us every day, from the outrageously disproportionate black-on-white iolent crime rates documented by Colin Flaherty’s great work ( to the rantings of such public personalities as B-list rapper Azealia Banks, who recently said “I hate everything about this country. Like, I hate fat white Americans. All the people who are crunched into the middle of America, the real fat and meat of America, are these racist conservative white people who live on their farms.”

So, apparently, Ms. Banks hates farmers and the people in places like Texas, Oklahoma, the Dakotas, Colorado and the other places that not only provide America with the overwhelming bulk of its food stuffs, but also many of its most vitally energetic citizens, not to mention most of its Special Forces members. Hint, NOT too many of them are from places like New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, or L.A.

The problem with our “anti-racists”...I mean our white black-supremacists is that they don’t seem to see any problem with the kind of overt racism that Azealia Banks and others so routinely traffic in. It’s almost as if they don’t see black at all, as though there was some malfunction within their retinas.

In my view, race is like religion, in that everyone has their own thoughts/feelings on those subjects and most people are not open to having their basic beliefs challenged. Whether that's a good or bad thing, depends on where one stands on individual freedoms. I support people having the right to hold ideas and opinions antithetical to my own. I am NOT open or willing to change my own views simply because they may run counter to those of others.

I am more in-line with the view that race is a minor part of who anyone is, BUT I am and have long been ashamed of most of those who claim to think likewise. They (at least the white ones) are very quick to condemn white-pride and white-on-black bigotry, but ignore...and thus condone and excuse black-pride and black-on-white bigotry. I CAN'T respect that. I see it as a kind of moral cowardice.

In not condemning blatant black bigotry, they condone and excuse it, which makes them what they really are....white black-supremacists.

Unlike many of the white black-supremacists, Ms. Banks claims to want to put her money where her mouth is, “As long as I have my money, I’m getting the f*ck out of here and I’m gonna leave y’all to your own devices.”

Well, unlike a lot of places on the globe, no one is keeping you here Ms. Banks. Feel free to catch any plane out. I just wish you could find it in your heart to take the likes of Bob Poe with you.

I know...I know, that’s way too much to ask for.

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