Neely Fuller explained a long time ago that "Most white people hate Black people. The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people. If you know this about white people, you need know little else. If you do not know this about white people, virtually all else that you know about them will only confuse you."
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing added on, "to take Fuller's account a step further, it should be noted that, in the majority of instances, any neurotic drive for superiority usually is founded upon a deep and pervading sense of inadequacy and inferiority. Is it not true that white people represent in numerical terms a very small minority of the world's people? [the world is over 90% white] And more profoundly, is not "white" itself the very absence of any ability to produce color? I reason, then, that the quality of whiteness is indeed a genetic inadequacy or a relative genetic deficiency state, based upon the genetic inability to produce the skin pigments of melanin (which is responsible for all skin color). The vast majority of the world's people are not so afflicted, which suggests that color is normal for human beings and color absence is abnormal. [MORE] and [MORE]
People who classify themselves as White, who wish to be taken seriously, and who are righteous and responsible, will only talk about ending White Supremacy (Racism) and replacing it with Justice. [MORE]
From [HERE] New polling indicates that a majority of voters view the Black Lives Matter movement (BLM) negatively. The survey data indicated a profound racial disagreement over how people perceived the activist movement. It also indicated that the country was evenly split on whether the criminal justice system was stacked against African Americans.
On Aug. 2, a Harvard-Harris survey found that 43 percent of registered voters viewed BLM favorably while 57 percent of respondents viewed the movement unfavorably. Caucasians were far more likely to disapprove of the group than African Americans; 83 percent of black respondents viewed BLM favorably while only 35 percent of white respondents shared that sentiment, The Hill reports.
The poll also found a partisan difference of opinion about BLM. Only 21 percent of Republican respondents viewed the movement favorably while a majority 65 percent of Democrats approved of the group. [MORE]