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Beyond A Black and White Issue...Please watch and comment...

RACE-The Power of Illusion This is an incredible, highly interactive site on which you can explore the issue of race. Don't hesitate to engage yourself on this phenominal web will help you understand how little you really know about matters of "RACE." Or maybe you are smarter than you think...

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Racism in America (USA) 1 Reply

Started by Lydell Jackson. Last reply by Lydell Jackson Aug 3, 2011.

Symbols/Icons of Racism 1 Reply

Started by Lydell Jackson. Last reply by Ngon'e Aw May 16, 2011.

Don't Beleive the Hype 4 Replies

Started by Joseph Jones. Last reply by Joseph Jones May 4, 2011.

This is absolutely ridiculous 2 Replies

Started by Joseph Jones. Last reply by Joseph Jones Feb 10, 2011.

Global Racism

Started by Lydell Jackson Oct 31, 2009.

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Comment by Lydell Jackson on June 24, 2015 at 10:10pm
Comment by Lydell Jackson on August 14, 2011 at 11:03pm
Click on the banner above to visit the official "Skin" site...
Comment by Lydell Jackson on August 3, 2011 at 9:37pm
Comment by Ngon'e Aw on May 16, 2011 at 1:01am
Comment by Ngon'e Aw on May 4, 2011 at 9:37am
I'm speechless,

here is a recent example that the sickness continues..

Senate official: Wrong to link bin Laden, Geronimo

Reuters – Newspapers fronts are seen on a fence at the World Trade Center site in New York, May 3, 2011 after U.S. …
Slideshow:Osama Bin Laden's Compound

Play VideoVideo:Home with Osama Bin Laden ABC News (link below)
By MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press – Tue May 3, 11:17 pm ET

WASHINGTON – The top staffer for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee is objecting to the U.S. military's use of the code name "Geronimo" for Osama bin Laden during the raid that killed the al-Qaida leader.
Geronimo was an Apache leader in the 19th century who spent many years fighting the Mexican and U.S. armies until his surrender in 1886.
Loretta Tuell, staff director and chief counsel for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, said Tuesday it was inappropriate to link Geronimo, whom she called "one of the greatest Native American heroes," with one of the most hated enemies of the United States. (continued at link below)

which totally obfuscates the fact that it's all a lie, so is the constant focus on racial stereotypes and hatred all for the purpose of Hegelian Dialectic?

Comment by Lydell Jackson on May 4, 2011 at 2:23am

click on the image above to read the full comic story written in the '70...tell me what you think about this attempt to uncover the two Americas.

Comment by Ngon'e Aw on April 18, 2011 at 9:10pm

Lydell, so good to see you back, ok I will lay off the images and give you a chance to recover, LOL.  It is hard to fathom. I asked an Ethiopian brother, regarding these images, do you think that any African could go to a Western or Asian country and be crowed Queen or King for even a day, even at a circus?   NO way!

Comment by Lydell Jackson on April 18, 2011 at 7:25pm

Thank you Ngon'e Aw...I agree with you...we need to understand why the labels are even in place to start with. What was the intended purpose of categorizing by race, ethnicity, nationality, etc...There is a method to the maddness as you well know. And it was never intended to be to the advantage of the masses of humanity, but to serve the parasitic greed of a few defectors from humanity.


PS. please stop showin' me that image of the white guy on an african throne...I know, I know, I know!!!! LOL ... I just have trouble seeing it like that (in my face) at this moment! Be patient with me ...LOL

Comment by Ngon'e Aw on April 18, 2011 at 7:03pm

Lydell, this is a deep video, because what she is saying in my view has merit relative to the sickness we endure in this society that identifies people in error as "colors". Now  in reference to using the term "black" as an identity leaves us with out a true Nationality and therefore dead in the law.  Which I now come to see as something done also to hide the true identity of those who identify themselves as "white" They are Europeans, and if identified as such we would not be still suffering from amnesia about who the foreign invaders are and who we truly are. We are of course not the same as we were 4oo yrs ago, so where do we go from here in the search for an identity and a Nationality?  Can we really afford to just do away with those labels?

Comment by Ngon'e Aw on April 18, 2011 at 6:44pm

Thank you Brother Joesph, I am grateful because my intention is to be loving, but I admit I often play the devils advocate, with love. LOL

About those hic-ups, I can relate, trying to learn to think and use both left/right brain, I run up against walls of conditioning  and brainwash piled high and deep within myself.

Much respect,


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