Tuesday, June 24, 2008

The Santita Jackson Show

The topic of White Genetic Annihilation on the Santita Jackson Show
Tuesday was a shot of clarity. Although the show was about myths about black fathers, dispelled, the book,
The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Color by Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, really put it out there. Please go to the link to read an excerpt.

A long time ago when I was in school, I learned that Caucasians have a recessive gene and Africans or Blacks have a dominant gene. It makes sense that most of the world is populated with people of some type of color.
The world is not heavily populated by Caucasoid peoples however what they lack in genetics, they more than make up for in strength, group think, power and cunning. They seem to have ties that bind that appear to keep them in ownership of most of this world's resources.

It helps that many non-traditional Caucasoid people identify
"White"--the grab-bag terminology of the race that is supposed to
identify people of Welsh, Celtic etc. origins, I thought. White is
not exclusive of Mediterranean and Asiatic type blends many times.
They check the "White box" on an application--if they are allowed to do so. The Negroid and Mongoloid races do not check this box.

Background:
The Caucasian race, sometimes called the Caucasoid race, is defined
by the Compact Oxford English Dictionary of Current English as
"relating to a broad division of humankind covering peoples from
Europe, Western Asia, parts of the Indian Subcontinent and North
Africa" or "white-skinned; of European origin" or "relating to the
region of the Caucasus in SE Europe".[3] The concept originated in
attempts chiefly by 19th c. European thinkers to develop a method of racial classification. This typological method was discredited and the concept is not relied on in scientific work related to humans.

The Caucasus comprises Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan and part of
Southern Russia (including the disputed territories of Abkhazia,
Chechnya, South Ossetia and Nagorno-Karabakh).
The Caucasus Mountains are commonly reckoned as a dividing line
between Asia and Europe, and territories in Caucasia are variably
considered to be in one or both continents. The northern portion of
the Caucasus is known as the Ciscaucasus and the southern portion as the Transcaucasus. The highest peak in the Caucasus is Mount Elbrus (5,642 m) which, in the western Ciscaucasus in Russia, is generally considered the highest point in Europe.

Back to the Show:
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, also said she started writing and
researching racism 40 years ago. She said she understands why there is resistance to the subject of white race supremacy.
"People don't want to talk about it. They want to use the word but
not talk about. If you can explain something you can change it," she said.
"If people can understand they, would understand everything that has happened to black people and other people of color--and develop tools to change it," she said.
"It would be like a doctor knowing the word "tuberculosis" but not
understanding the disease tuberculosis. How would he or she treat
it, she asked."

Santita went on with the show asking the audience how to bust the
myths surrounding blacks and the black father.
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