Black People : Why Are Black Women Aggresively Targeted For IRD

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Jill Scott has recently and in the past made some very hard hitting statements against seeing black men with white girls and she is taking a lot of heat for it. I'm not on a cpu where i can embed links but you only need google it. I don't think she excpected the back lash but people are talking about boycotts and other things to make sure her next album flops.------------Maybe its just me as a brother but I am no fool, neither am I blind. The overwhelming majority of this inter racial targetting is directed at black women even though Asian women marry mainly white males the most. I smell a fish and from the looks of both Sudan and Brazil, interracial dating/marrying has not worked out well between black women and those considered white/Arab. Don't get me wrong, if any person naturally, key word naturally, develops a relationship with a person from another race, who am i to denounce it but when there is a very aggresive campaign to specifically target black women, then I fully and completely object.----------------------- I think what is happening thru the advanced educational system(college), is a 60s like movement combined with a heavy dose of Willie Lynch to divide black people by color and class for the purpose of retaining a white on top social construct since they detect a dwindling of Nordic whites in future decades. This is utter desparation if you ask me. In Cali, my very good friend with a funny screen name of chocolatebooty81(youtube) has many vids uploaded in which she speaks of blacks in Cali not admitting they are black as if this is a sign of guilt and lying about being "biracial". She says many but not all engage in this black denial, not even most just a high number. There is also a exellent article at theblackagendareport.com about "biracial into nonexistence". -----------------These tactics are actually old but many are unaware of them being implemented. Brazil went from a 35% pure African population to now less than 8% blacks. This was done by changing racial definitions for the purpose of creating job priveledges in their slightly growing economy for those of a more "fair" complexion. Even in areas of Rio that are nearly all black, like the City of God, most the job holders are blacks who were redefined as white or latino.WE MUST LEARN AND BE FULLY AWARE OF THIS SPECIFIC TARGETING OF BLACK WOMEN.
 

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It does seem that black women are aggresively targeted for ird I guess the
brainwashing mechanism that worked on their male counterparts didn't work on bw.
Now u see numerous articles on the black male shortage
constantly showing every bm celebrity married to a non-bw(what about the ones married to bw, I never see them)
and even more articles on how bw are supposedly least desired by men of all races blah blah blah...


Frosty Wooldridge told the truth!
and I've never understood the desire of some bfolks to have non-black/whitish children...
 

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I think that black women are a target because we verbalize our disappointments and discouragement. We are open about our victimization, not just with other BW, but with those outside the community. I think that expressing one’s feelings can be a double edged sword. On one hand it’s therapeutic to get it out. On the other hand if you vent before healing takes place, you may be subject to exploitation. Some people see the vulnerability of black women and come up with a way to play on their sensitivities. There is a lot of money in selling IR fairytales to black women……..IR dating sites, IR romance novels, etc.
 

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Jill Scott has recently and in the past made some very hard hitting statements against seeing black men with white girls and she is taking a lot of heat for it. I'm not on a cpu where i can embed links but you only need google it. I don't think she excpected the back lash but people are talking about boycotts and other things to make sure her next album flops.------------Maybe its just me as a brother but I am no fool, neither am I blind. The overwhelming majority of this inter racial targetting is directed at black women even though Asian women marry mainly white males the most. I smell a fish and from the looks of both Sudan and Brazil, interracial dating/marrying has not worked out well between black women and those considered white/Arab. Don't get me wrong, if any person naturally, key word naturally, develops a relationship with a person from another race, who am i to denounce it but when there is a very aggresive campaign to specifically target black women, then I fully and completely object.----------------------- I think what is happening thru the advanced educational system(college), is a 60s like movement combined with a heavy dose of Willie Lynch to divide black people by color and class for the purpose of retaining a white on top social construct since they detect a dwindling of Nordic whites in future decades. This is utter desparation if you ask me. In Cali, my very good friend with a funny screen name of chocolatebooty81(youtube) has many vids uploaded in which she speaks of blacks in Cali not admitting they are black as if this is a sign of guilt and lying about being "biracial". She says many but not all engage in this black denial, not even most just a high number. There is also a exellent article at theblackagendareport.com about "biracial into nonexistence". -----------------These tactics are actually old but many are unaware of them being implemented. Brazil went from a 35% pure African population to now less than 8% blacks. This was done by changing racial definitions for the purpose of creating job priveledges in their slightly growing economy for those of a more "fair" complexion. Even in areas of Rio that are nearly all black, like the City of God, most the job holders are blacks who were redefined as white or latino.WE MUST LEARN AND BE FULLY AWARE OF THIS SPECIFIC TARGETING OF BLACK WOMEN.
Miscegenation, a scientific and strategic tool of empire building used for thousands of years, done more agressively by the Hittites and others who invaded Kemet and lightened it by killing of many Black males,
(Chancellor Williams, the Destruction of Black Civilizations), and the Aryan invasion of the Dravidians of india, which created the caste system.
(Any history of India verifies the process)

The point is now, what is it that we as Black men have collectively learnd from history?
 

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I think that black women are a target because we verbalize our disappointments and discouragement. We are open about our victimization, not just with other BW, but with those outside the community. I think that expressing one’s feelings can be a double edged sword. On one hand it’s therapeutic to get it out. On the other hand if you vent before healing takes place, you may be subject to exploitation. Some people see the vulnerability of black women and come up with a way to play on their sensitivities. There is a lot of money in selling IR fairytales to black women……..IR dating sites, IR romance novels, etc.
Very true, we advertise our gender issues way to openly. I think it was Malcolm X who said these issues should be discussed behind closed doors. But we more than any race, get very loud in open forums about our gender issues, as if we are unaware that millions will read what we put out there, thus leaving us wide open for attack. Kinda like Mr Woods
 
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