Letters & Opinion

Do Symbols Control The Way We Think?

By Peter Josie
By Peter Josie

THOSE who closely follow American politics were moved by the eulogy which President Obama recently delivered at the Mother Emmanuel AME church in Charlestown, South Carolina, USA. The symbolism of a president dressed in choir gown and breaking into his own version of “Amazing Grace” caught many off guard and became headline news. That gesture and its heart-warming symbolism almost overshadowed the loss of life he came to eulogize. When the gathered mourners added their voice, the united melody of that age-old tune, sent a powerful message that reverberated over all America. It touched the hearts of South Carolina Christians some of whom were drawn to racism by the old poison of slavery, ignorance – and the civil war.

The killing of nine black worshippers inside that church, including a State Senator, aroused new fears of home grown terrorism. The Charlestown massacre reminded us of the day two young men entered the Roman Catholic Cathedral in Castries, Saint Lucia, and set unsuspecting worshippers on fire. One priest and a nun perished that morning whilst others in the congregation were so badly burnt they had to seek medical attention in America. The Castries assault and its horrific impact may well prove more painful and longer lasting than that of Charlestown. It left survivors with permanent burn marks that will not go away.

These two tragedies share a deep psychological trauma. Some observers have predicted that the Charlestown attack will change racists thinking in the state of South Carolina forever – and for better. No such statement has ever been made about the attacks in Castries – but the island remains hopeful, in its prayers.

In the weeks following the attacks at the Cathedral in Saint Lucia, I was in a barber chair in Trinidad when it was discovered that I was a visitor from Saint Lucia, who had recently arrived in Trinidad. The words of the barber have stayed with me ever since. ‘All you Saint Lucians ain’t easy na; I thought Trinidad was bad, but we don’t kill people in church.’ I remained speechless, unable to find a quick and appropriate response. I had not gotten over the incidence at the Cathedral and I was embarrassed not finding suitable words to dull the sharp criticism of that barber.

These two church attacks coupled with increasingly divisive election campaigning in both Trinidad and Saint Lucia had me thinking of the use of race and political symbolism by politicians. Interestingly, when the gunman who killed the nine at the church in Charlestown was caught, he confessed that he wanted to start a race war. Yes, a race war; over 150 years after the (north vs. south) U.S civil war, and the abolition of slavery, in the USA. In has now been 50 years and counting since the march on Washington and the consequent empowerment through legislation, of African/Americans. In the interim we have often been reminded that governments cannot legislate the way people think – racism remains a matter of the heart.

Be that as it may, successive U.S, Trinidad and Saint Lucia governments have sought to legislate the limits to which people may use symbolism (and gestures) in election campaigning. Crucially, these three countries are yet to place firm limits on campaign financing and the sources of election campaign funding. Dishonest politicians and their advisers will find a loophole to ply their trade regardless of man-made laws. Gaining political office can resemble the work of evil. The hiring of expensive lawyers to the advantage of corrupt governments has not gone un-noticed in Saint Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean. Breaking and bending the laws governing politics and elections are not new. Its growth is cause for concern.

The latest racial incident in Charlestown reminds us of an aspect of racism in the Caribbean which often raises its ugly head at election. Trinidad & Tobago is a good example of this. There, nationals of Indian extraction are deliberately pitted against Afro/Trinidadians, by desperate politicians seeking political office. Interestingly, these two dark-skinned peoples live as one nation under God, aspiring and achieving together peacefully and respectfully, except during the ‘silly season’ of elections. That ‘season’ casts a spell on normally sane, intelligent and often kind people, transforming many into political junkies for hire. Afterwards, they seem to agree that fanning the flames of racial difference is a shameful road to travel; and discard such findings at the next election cycle.

Not surprisingly, when viewed within the prism of racism (in South Carolina and elsewhere), Hindus, native American Indians, Africans and other minorities are all heaped together and discriminated against. Indeed, it is fact of life that minorities are often easy game for discrimination and racial abuse. Unfortunately, the divide and rule approach to U.S politics is still alive and well notwithstanding the election of a black President in 2008. In America as elsewhere, racism is often fuelled by politicians in order to serve their selfish purposes. The same fear mongering unfortunately applies to Trinidad and the rest of the Caribbean.

An acknowledged symbol of racism in South Carolina is the Confederate flag. It represents the blood and sacrifice of the people of South Carolina in the war of American Independence. It also represents racism and the harsh treatment of Americans of African origin. The flag therefore sends a mixed message to many, especially the young who better understand that history cannot be allowed to keep people divided and against one another. Today, that South Carolina flag sends an unflattering message to the rest of America – and to the rest of the world.
There are of course, those who will argue that the events in South Carolina do not represent the heart and soul of a majority of white Carolinians – or Americans. Yet there’s little doubt that an undercurrent of racism and division exist in the USA, in Trinidad and even in little Saint Lucia; and will not soon go away. Such attitudes make little sense in a fast changing world, increasingly concerned with economic survival and personal safety. Still, some remained stained with hate!

Saint Lucia may not exhibit the same degree of racism and division as does South Carolina or Trinidad. Still, the Helen of the West has to be on its guard against desperate politicians and their symbols of division, racism and hate. Unfortunately, some desperate losers will go to any lengths in their support of equally desperate politicians.
In ending, I return to my pet theme of ‘Education and Training’ and how crucial it is in the fight against racism, demagoguery and narrow, self-serving politics. I remain convinced that education, and the self-confidence it builds, is indispensible in the fight against racism and dirty politics. Every means to shun racism and cheap politics must therefore be pursued. It’s already happening in South Carolina where the legislature is debating (and has recently passed) legislation bringing down the old Confederate flag – still a symbol of racism for many Americans.
Next week I will tackle ‘change’- what it means, and what (and who) should lead it.

24 Comments

  1. Josie,

    Trust you to talk about division and politics when you are one of the most divisive politician in St Lucia today!

  2. “In ending, I return to my pet theme of ‘Education and Training’ and how crucial it is in the fight against racism….”
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    Like cancer, there are hardly any remedies availabe to man to fight racism; after all, you had already made your point when you say ‘that … racism remains a matter of the heart.’

  3. Josie:

    Why are you so consistent in your deceitful propaganda ? I wanted to quote some of your absurd statements such as Racism is from the heart, but the copy and paste is disabled and typing your statements letter by letter is too much of a punishment.

    Josie you have a picture of a Naked Caucasian hanging over your bed, with whom you seek protection and seek favors while on your knees begging the white God. You like the many self-hating Negroes hang the naked Caucasian around your necks to seek his approval that such actions of racial inferiority will gain favor with mulattoes like Allen Chastanet, and you in your insanity with your inferiority complex think that you can lecture people of African Ancestry about racialism ?

    Man, do you ever feel any shame at all ? need I remind you of your statement seeking that Chocolate-skin women, who you called “darker and uglier”, be barred from being Carnival Queen ? yet you think you can guide Black people in matters of Racial harmony ?

    Self-hating Negro Samboes like the Negro who thought that the name Carasco was not white enough, so he changed his name to “Rick John Wayne” after the cowboy Indian Killer, and Claudius Preville who believes the Caucasian God will make Chastanet respect him, therefore he spends the rest of his life on his knees like you trying to understand why “THE WHITE JESUS” sided with Allen, you Negroes are the worst Samboes in Lucian History.

    Now go to your white Roman Catholic Slave Master’s Church and eat the leg and testicles(FLESH) of your Caucasian Racist God and drink his BLOOD like a little shameless savage, but spare us the shameless hypocrisy.

    Josie here’s what Caucasians think of you Samboes:

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLwUA3CHumk

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  4. Every human being, with at least an elementary education, has heard, and understood, the phrase that ‘You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar’; but some Block-Headed Mules on this forum seem to think the opposite. They seem to think that by lambasting Jesus and the Christian religion day in and day out, like a broken vinyl record, will somehow draw converts to Muhammads’s Muslim religion.

    Instead of out-lining the benefits of Islam over Christianity; the advantages of Islam over Christianity; the rewards of Islam over Christianity (if there are any); so one can decide, on his own merits, wether or not to convert to Islam, these Block-Headed Mules choose, instead, to attack Jesus and Christianity (which is a big turnoff) at every opportunity on this forum; regardless of the topic at hand.

    Someone should really remind these Block-Headed Mules that ‘You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar’

  5. That is why is darn right idiotic, crassly assinine and nose-led for the UNELECTED MANDARINS IN THE ELECTORAL OFFICE with the tacit support of the ruling parties, to DICTATE to other political parties what image new parties will have on the ballot paper representing those new parties. Don’t even bother to make any mention of legislation. Idiocy is plain idiocy.

    This is a blasted outrage that Saint Lucia, still with a colonial-minded mentality cannot shake down the negative remnants s our British colonial past. We have no blasted vision. No self-respect. No self -determination.

    Our downright idiotic government ministers have NO BLASTED ACQUAINTANCE with psychology and far less commonsense to lead Saint Lucia out of poverty. Poverty of spirit. Poverty of social and developmental knowledge. All those country-bookie minded bozos can ever think of, including your blue-eyed boy, is to sell our patrimony for “a few pieces of silver”.

    In Saint Lucia, idiots are created, emerging from our sidewalks by the minute, especially those who take on what our “respected” political dinosaurs and “camiszoled” serious jokers have to say, seriously.. Saint Lucia is real idiot country!

  6. 1 Timothy 6 New International Version (NIV)

    6. All who are under the yoke of slavery should consider their masters worthy of full respect, so that God’s name and our teaching may not be slandered.

    2. Those who have believing masters should not show them disrespect just because they are fellow believers. Instead, they should serve them even better because their masters are dear to them as fellow believers and are devoted to the welfare[a] of their slaves.

  7. Talking about the White Christian:

    by Cynthia McKinney © July 2015

    The conversation has been joined. Let’s carry it all the way until we can finish it, now, too. Are we ready, finally, to have the conversation on race that President Bill Clinton suggested the United States needed? The Saint Andrew’s Cross, which is the Battle Flag of the Confederacy, now known as the Confederate Flag, ​symbolizes a fact of history that most White Southerners choose to deny: enslavement of Africans forcibly trafficked to this country and their systematic dehumanization while here​–sentiments and aspects of which continue to this day. My family watched just two years ago now, when we were in South Carolina at one of those rural country stores that sells that kind of stuff, and I talked up a conversation with the store clerk. He railed that the South was misunderstood and that the symbols were not about slavery. Indeed they aren’t. They are the expression of the larger problem of White Supremacy: a by-product of five centuries of European arrogance and exceptionalism that resulted in their domination and maltreatment of every non-European inch of the planet. The store clerk felt that he could “level” with me because of what I had in my hand. I buy “​Southern”​ memorabilia which can still be seen dotting rural landscapes from Mammy dolls to Black Sambo Lawn J​ockeys. I have a collection of all of the ways in which Black men and women have been memorialized in U.S. culture as a part of that original colonial confrontation that occurred so many centuries ago. ​Why, wasn’t it just a few weeks ago that Google suffered the horror of learning that its algorithm equated Blacks faces with gorillas? Speaking of gorillas, how many times have we seen President Obama or his wife, Michelle, depicted as or compared to gorillas? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1I_BD5jAE4 and http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/03/12/univision-host-compares-michelle-obama-to-ape/) Remember this “cartoon” from the February 18, 2009 New York Post?

    Read more at: http://stop-imperialism.com/2015/07/11/7935/

    There’s the complete article with pictures and all:

    http://stop-imperialism.com/2015/07/11/7935/

    1. “l think, therefore I am.” René Descartes

      I very much bet that it is a very stupid figment of the imagination called a god, that would be so powerful as to create such confusion in his creation to let a lecherous uneducated pervert bring out a philosophy that ordains the killing and beheading of all non-believers, when that god could have created a perfect world to begin with.

      But then again, you have to be a very educated naffin to allow jackasses in turbans do all your thinking and interpretation of being for you.

  8. Oh Peetar the Incorrigible/
    I shall be brief and hopefully succinct; it appears that the brief doldrums of summer shall quickly herald the crisp fall- ideal for cinnamon accented biscuits and hot Ginger Tea. Yes, the advent of viscious political discourse is nigh. And I must retool for the foray. Strange how my A6 Prowlers have lost track of your wingman F’Dee. His eventual de-cloaking is anticipated in the zone historically labeled ‘no man’s land”.
    Back to your current article:
    Faux p\as #1 The Confederate Flag was conceived and flown during the Civi War NOT The War of Independence. Based on the numerous youtube postings by the blogger SOM showing the misunderstanding or as British MP|s chide ‘INEXACTITUDE” of your Politburo chief-
    It leads one to deduce that your article was edited or amended by said chief. The errors are the same in both instances.
    – Up\on further analysis lets examine the long delay between your tear jerker intro, and ip\resentation of the “concept “ of SYMBOLS”- Why the long delay in following up\ with the Confederate flag –right after the Obama sing along.
    – Oh no that long CONTRIVED PREGNANT PA– USE alluded to Hindu division a la T &T
    – What a crock
    – St Lucia’s Sub Indian p\op\ulation was small and lost all of the religious fuel that would have fuelled the potential divisions you now want us to conjure.
    – Indian mixture run through a significant cross section of the “Afro” sub population.
    – The cultural milieu of St Lucia is too beautiful too accept your preposterous subliminal suggestions.
    Idi Amin is a cub scout compared to your Stalin ambitions

    1. DASSAULT MIRAGE:

      “It leads one to deduce that your article was edited or amended by said chief. The errors are the same in both instances.”

      Thank you much for identifying the skewed information presented by this brain-damaged Negro Peter Josie. There we see a pattern of misinforming the people of St. Lucia by the likes of Allen Chastanet, Rick John Wayne, Jeff Fedee, and Josie. Here are individuals proclaiming the value of knowledge/education, yet spew such ignorance to our unsupecting population.

      Like Allen Chastanet who possesses a phantom degree in economics, Josie writes that the Confederate Flag has its origin in the War of Independence; a war fought against England in 1765 some one hundred years before the Civil War fought in 1861 between the States known as The Unionist and The Confederates.

      Thanks to your pointing this out, I now am better able to understand why Allen Chastanet can go around the Island telling Lucians that the rebellion against taxes imposed by England upon the Colonies; The Stamp Act; The Tea Act; The Boston Tea Rebellion, led to the American Civil War – Negroes like Josie believe Allen Chastanet knows what he, Allen is talking about with his bogus Degree in Economics.

      I have been saying for a long time, that an individual who professes a degree in economics to be ignorant of the differences between these two significant economic events in World History should have raised Red Flags at Vigie Light House and Tapion Light and Morne Gemmie, and the Pitons that Allen Chastanet is a Fraudster.

      Here’s Allen as he insults all Lucians, yet he goes unchallenged while his sycophants like Josie and the Naked Stripper Rick John Wayne, repeat his same ignorance that the War of Independence from England is the origin of the Confederate Army of the Civil War.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBM0gMRWgsE

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  9. Truly, this is an educational moment, especially for our Generation X’ers and​ Millenials. However, I can’t help but notice the tasteless posturing by political poseurs. I think, sadly​, raising the issue today gives sanctimonious hypocrites the opportunity to bash the South and reaffirm (only in their own minds) their own separation from the crass, unrefined hatred that was unleashed during​ that era of United States history; and, at the same time, such bashing allows these poseurs​ to get away with not doing one substantive thing to correct their own contribution to the manifestations and vestiges of those old sentiments that persist today. ​Real transformation requires a willingness to confront oneself–at the acme of the abyss, as it were, to understand what this aspect of U.S.​ history brought to life over and over again–in police brutality for just one instance. (But we could look at today’s indices on incarceration, home ownership, wealth, infant mortality–you name it and the vestiges of this era are there for all with real eyes to see.) ​ ​Shadows of ​1861 in 2015. Look at the police brutality ​videos. What are these White police officers really telling us when we see them beat to a pulp or shoot​ and​ kill unarmed Black people? Have you watched those videos? Yet jurors cannot find it in their hearts to convict them for murder. How could any one of these police officers be guilty when all of the people of the United States are responsible? If one is guilty, what does that make the rest? Are we ready for that conversation? When will the people of the U.S. accept responsibility for its past and present racial transgressions? And look at the behavior that this unfinished U.S. business engenders. What is the relationship to power that exists when we see Black police officers unleashing the same brutality in sick mimicry of plantation scenes played out again and again from the very founding of the U.S.? On this, I recall the pivotal scene in Roots where Kunte Kinte is whipped by the White slave driver and then the Black slave driver in order to strip Kunte Kinte of his identity as an African and instill in him a new identity as Toby, the slave. Well, we have those functions still being carried out today and the personalities involved in those functions serve to prolong the life of the plantation. Who is today’s plantation owner? Who is today’s slave driver​? Who are the Blacks of today who have the whip in their hands for the rest of the U.S. Black community? Who aids and abets the smooth running of the U.S. plantation? Who, today, still has the courage to be Toby?​ Are you a bystander or a courageous resister?

    Read more at: http://stop-imperialism.com/2015/07/11/7935/

  10. Yet, with all of that having been said, in my experience, it is the reflective White Southern male who is the most advanced on the topic of what the U.S. has done to the world of people of color because it is that reflective White Southern male who has confronted himself, seen the demon, and transformed his heart and ​soul and, as importantly,​ his behavior. Hence, that is one of the places from where I believe most profound change in this country can come. What I mean is that when you find a Southern White male who has made the transition from all that the South used to be to what the U.S. in its best self could be, he usually has become also a purposeful human being after having done important introspective work on his soul. They are the reason, I believe, along with the few remaining Kunte Kintes of our day, that the South will be able to rise again. And,​ when that happens,​ it will be both a New South and a new United States. As an aside, I will add here that I believe that is why John Edwards was politically destroyed, because he had the potential of asking other Whites in the U.S. to profoundly challenge their values and transform U.S. domestic and foreign policies accordingly. In many respects, former President Jimmy Carter is the most identifiable voice of White moral leadership and conscience that dares to use what is left of his bully pulpit to address these issues. And remember how the pro-Israel Lobby sidelined Carter in 2008 and the former President was denied the opportunity to address the Democratic Convention? Too much conscience in too high a place? ​In 2012, President Carter addressed the Democratic Party’s National Convention, but only​ by video. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee could soon become the new face of U.S. moral leadership.​ (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sam-sedaei/obama-must-allow-jimmy-ca_b_121816.html) It is clear today, that ​the Democrats are turning on its head the Republicans’ ​strategic ​retreat to “​Southern-White-M​ale”​America and are attempting to capitalize on an issue without substantively addressing hearts, minds, and–most importantly–policies that marginalize, denigrate, and kill non-White people. Therefore, in the South, Congressional Dixiecrats would vote against Head Start that their own constituents desperately needed, just so that not a single Black child would get a Head Start from the government. Today, the policy is to get Muslims to kill fellow Muslims. So what if a few Whites, including an Ambassador, get killed. After all, as Secretary of State ​Madeline Albright said, “The price is worth it.” Or as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton asked, “What difference does it make?”​ ​Finally, t​he Confederate Flag is MY heritage, too. It is MY reminder that the past still lives and will become our future unless we all contribute in some way to the needed transformations​ in our own values and in the values of this country. Just tucking the Battle Flag or the ​Stars and Bars of the Confederacy away in a closet does nothing to address the essential values that it stood for. In that case, what do the Stars and Stripes of Old Glory​ stand for? ​The past is prologue. ​ Many U.S. policies of today are heinous in their treatment of people here and abroad. And I have argued for a long time that these policies do not reflect the values of the people of this country. Am I right or wrong? The Supreme Court just ruled that it’s OK for the state to kill people, even though some who are killed are innocent, to demonstrate that killing people is wrong. ​The Confederate flag is merely a piece of cloth; let the hatred behind ​its meaning not become​ etche​d in hearts of stone.​ ​Therefore, I would say, remove the Confederate flag, but let’s also examine its vestigial values that remain in Old Glory. Let’s start working on our hearts and souls as well as our policies and institutions. That is the real conversation that has been joined. Are we ready?

    Read more at: http://stop-imperialism.com/2015/07/11/7935/

  11. Ex. 12:40
    ‘Now the sojourning of the children of Israel, which they sojourned in Egypt (as slaves), was four hundred and thirty years.’

    Today, Israel and Egypt have buried the hatchet, signed a Peace Treaty in 1979, and have never looked back. But some Block-Headed Mules on this forum have refuse to do the same; suggesting, instead, that Allah, the Omnipotent God and creator of the universe, who allows all things, was somewhat incapable of preventing Europeans from enslaving Africans; and it is now up to them to remind us of the evils that the Europeans have perpetrated on the Black race; not realizing the divine benefits (similar to the Children of Israel) to be had from our enslavement.

    Someone should really tell these Block-Headed Mules to stop playing God; and let history unfold as God had intended.
    Without slavery, as bad as it was, Black people would, probably, never have come to dominate this part of the world; and this might only be the beginning of things to come; so buy your popcorn, take a seat, and allow history to unfold as God had intended; for God do not make mistakes.

    1. sob.
      You are one hell of a freaking parrot, idiot and a thorough ass to think that sensible Saint Lucians would change their way of thinking, just because you persuade yourself convert, that your incessant regurgitation of Middle Eastern hyperbolic mumbo jumbo, like the mindless nodding little terrorists robots from the madrasas, is superior to anyone else’s.

  12. Ignorance is a tremendous Curse. One confused self-hating Negro thinks by my speaking truth to the lie, I can Guide abandoned cases like Josie and John Wayne to the Truth, but that’s what ignorance does to its victims. I do not have the power to Guide myself, therefore how can I make the Blind to See and the Death to Hear ?

    Surah Al-Araf
    In the name of Allah Most Gracious Most Merciful.

    And recite to them the story of him to whom We gave Our Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.), but he threw them away, so Shaitân (Satan) followed him up, and he became of those who went astray. (175)
    And had We willed, We would surely have elevated him therewith but he clung to the earth and followed his own vain desire. So his parable is the parable of a dog: if you drive him away, he lolls his tongue out, or if you leave him alone, he (still) lolls his tongue out. Such is the parable of the people who reject Our Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.). So relate the stories, perhaps they may reflect (176)
    Evil is the parable of the people who reject Our Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses and signs, etc.), and used to wrong their ownselves (177)
    Whomsoever Allâh guides, he is the guided one, and whomsoever He sends astray, then those! they are the losers (178)
    And surely, We have created many of the jinn and mankind for Hell. They have hearts wherewith they understand not, and they have eyes wherewith they see not, and they have ears wherewith they hear not (the truth). They are like cattle, nay even more astray; those! They are the heedless ones. (179)
    And (all) the Most Beautiful Names belong to Allâh[], so call on Him by them, and leave the company of those who belie or deny (or utter impious speech against) His Names. They will be requited for what they used to do. (180)
    And of those whom We have created, there is a community who guides (others) with the truth, and establishes justice therewith. (181)
    Those who reject Our Ayât (proofs, evidences, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.), We shall gradually seize them with punishment in ways they perceive not. (182)
    And I respite them; certainly My Plan is strong. (183)

  13. Josie:

    Now Finally to answer your question, “Do Symbols Control the Way We Think ?” The simple answer is YES. A symbol conveys a message; yes, “a picture is worth thousands of words”.

    How do you think Caucasians control and continue to enslave self-hating Negroes like a Peter Josie, a Rick John Wayne, a Jeff Fedee, and many of the shameless self-hating Lucians who has lost all human dignity to the point where Caucasians view them as Savages ? To the best of my knowledge, you were never physically chained to the Cas En Bac Plantation, yet you hate your Black self so much, even advocating the extermination of Dark-skinned women from being Carnival Queen calling them “DARKER AND UGLIER” women.

    Growing up in Rock Hall, Marchand, yet you are the victim of the mental enslavement and the subliminal effects of worshiping a Naked Caucasian as God of Creation. This SYMBOL OF WHITE SUPREMACY represents the doctrine, that since God is Perfect, All Powerful, Loving, Kind, etc., and is enshrined in the Symbol of a Naked Caucasian, then you, with your African features are not God-like, defective, and in a nutshell, INFERIOR.

    That symbol of White Supremacy conveys specific messages to your subconscious mind resulting in the production of self-hating Negroes like yourself and the stripper John Wayne. Individuals who suffer from this inferiority complex engage in skin-bleaching, and even radical surgery like the self-hating Negress TOM TOM CITIZEN KANE who underwent sex-change surgery to become a waitress at Juniors Cheesecake Restaurant in Brooklyn, and thinks Caucasians will accept it as equal, if ‘shet’ fights to defend the worship of a so-called Naked White man as shits God – a practice imposed upon the African while enslaved by Caucasians. Until you Negroes and Negresses end this disgraceful practice of White man worship, you will find me your open enemy.

    These Negro embarrassments like the Transsexual CITIZEN KANE, lacking any self dignity, were mentally damaged from the day of their birth, when they beheld the white God nailed to the walls of Delivery Room. Having gone through that process, it required Psychiatric intervention in my life to alert me to the damage inflicted upon my being by the doctrine of this White Naked God SYMBOL whose body and blood I was made to drink in the cannibalistic rituals at the Roman Church on Micoud Street and Bishop’s Gap, Marchand.

    WHY DO YOU THINK THESE LITTLE THREE AND FOUR-YEAR OLD BLACK CHILDREN IN THIS VIDEO HATE THEMSELVES ?

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  14. The saying “Empty barrels make the most noise” must have some truth to it; because if you were up on your history, you would have known that Christianity existed in Ethiopia, Africa at least three hundreds years before Emperor Constantine made it the official religion of the Roman Empire; and therefore you wouldn’t have shown your ignorance (calling it a White Man Religion) so blantantly in those statements above.

    I can understand that your very DARK complexion has caused you to resent lighter-skin negroes; I can also understand that you being molested by Catholic priests on Micoud Street and Bishop Gap, as a young boy, has left a permanent scar on your manhood and a profound hatred for anything Christian; but I honestly do not understand that you didn’t know that Black Africans had accepted Christianity before Europeans.

    You are nothing but a loud mouth “Empty Barrel”.

    1. Sick man.that kane. Cant emagine they hav man like him 2015. The nigger make black man puke. No class white boy him be.

  15. Remember this photo the next time someone tries to argue that racism is over because we’ve elected a black president. Or that the Confederate flag is just a symbol of Southern heritage and not an in-your-face expression of hate. That things are different in 2015. Or that opposition to this president has nothing to do with race.

    This photo was taken last night outside the hotel in Oklahoma City where President Obama was staying. He’s there to visit a federal prison, the first sitting president to ever do so.

    When you look at a larger version of this photo, it’s even more fascinating. At a distance, the large Confederate flags seem to tower over the crowd. They’re probably all white men, though one flag says “woman” and it’s hard to see the face of the person holding it.

    Then the rest of the crowd is just there to get a glimpse of the president. Smiling African-American families. Lots of kids. People craning their necks for a better view. A small American flag fluttering quietly to the left.

    Families in Oklahoma, many of them black families, hoping to see the president in their town. Met by this menacing, bullying flag, this giant symbol of intolerance and segregation. In this image, they ignore it as best as they can — though it still hangs over everything.

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    http://www.salon.com/2015/07/16/this_one_photo_explains_a_lot_about_racism_in_2015/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

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  16. “Gorilla face Michelle” Obama only attractive to “monkey man Barack”: WA mayor refuses to resign after racist Facebook rant
    “If I do resign that’s admitting I’m a racist,” defiant Washington mayor declares

    “If they’re offended I apologize. It was not meant to be offensive to anybody.”

    That’s as much of an apology residents of Airway Heights, WA, can expect from their Mayor Patrick Rushing, after he shared a racist Facebook post comparing President Barack Obama to a monkey and calling First Lady Michelle Obama a “gorilla face.”

    Rushing confirmed to local reporters that he posted a comment on Facebook recently that read:

    Gorilla face Michelle, can’t disagree with that. The woman is not attractive except to monkey man Barack. Check out them ears. LOL

    The Airway Heights City Council unanimously asked Rushing to step down as mayor of the small town but Rushing has refused. During a meeting on Monday, Mayor Rushing cited his right to free speech as an American and said he was working to “put this behind him.”

    “I made a mistake. I owned up to my mistake,” Rushing said of his offensive Facebook post before adding, but “if I do resign that’s admitting I’m a racist and I’m not.” He went on, “My entire life, race has never been an issue.”

    The Spokane NAACP, of which Rachel Dolezal is no longer the head, spoke out against Rushing’s comments, calling it “implausible that Mayor Rushing did not realize his comments were racist.”

    According to Rushing, the comments were little more than “just playful back and forth banter that my friends and I do.” But the Inlander has collected more than 75 examples of Rushing’s “playful” banter on Facebook that appear racially tinged, including images supporting the Confederate flag, labeling Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson “the most racist individuals in American history,” attacking President Obama as a member of the Muslim Brotherhood and suggesting that both President Obama and Michelle Obama should hang for treason.

  17. Peetar you were thoroughly pulverized by those with better testicular fortitude on the subject, however I will summarize with tis question:
    Why did you and many of us enter the confessional boxes of the CAthedral on Micoud Stree with MADE UP SINS to confess, when in fact we had no transgressions to report?
    I am talking in your puberty when ALL the FMI clergy were NON AFRICAN heritage men.
    Pegnant pause is over!
    ANSWER: Reread more closely the SOM response and add how DARWIN’s hypothesis of Natural Selection was made synonymous with ascribing INFERIORITY -m to ALL non European folks -globally- Including the “Nips” of Nippon elevated to Yellow monkeys around WW2
    Nissan, Accura, Accord , Toshiba, Sony, et al are “grunting” all the way to the Bank.
    Here is a parting vista of symbolism for you:
    – You are General Custer (7th army regiment raiding the gold fortified Black Hills of Dakota) and SOM is Chief Sitting Bull with the prowess of Geronimo; who has outflanked and SCALPEd you with eyes wide open and heart beat wildly out of sync.
    OUCH!

    1. MACH BETH :

      Let me call your attention to the many statements that I have made, labeling this woman as the ‘Queen of Pirates’ and who the mentally dead Negroes(products of white supremacy) call, “Her Royal Highness, Queen of St. Lucia, etc.”, who is shown in living color as a RACIST WHITE SUPREMACIST NAZI as she salutes The Fuhrer , who advocated the extermination of the people, Almighty God, AL-المصور Al-Musawwir The Fashioner, The Shaper, The Designer(Attribute of Allah), blessed with Melanin.

      Negroes like Rick John Wayne does not miss an opportunity to remind us ordinary mortals, that he has been ‘honored’ to kneel and kiss the feet of this Lajables woman Elizabeth-II, and how proud he is to be considered an “Honorary White” with the LABEL “MEMBER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE”, “ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE”, “ROMAN CATHOLIC”, and to prove his status as “Honorary White” returns to St. Lucia with a TROPHY ‘WHITE’ WOMAN – the seal of the self-hating Negro.

      Here in this video, we see the Racist Pirate Queen immersing herself in the identifying SYMBOL of the White Supremacist. I wonder how many people of the Jewish Faith would teach their babies to sing “GOD SAVE OUR GRACIOUS ADOLF HITLER” ? Yet Black Savages stand at attention singing to, and about this despicable Racist Pirate Elizabeth-II.

      http://www.rt.com/uk/310165-Elizabeth-Nazi-salute-queen/

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