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Boo hoo hoo. You white people are angry because you couldn’t use your white privilege card” to attend the event.

This above comment got this woman fired. I had a White principal choke me in front of my mother and the police told her he wasn’t going to allow us to press charges. This is truly amazing. I am not a fan nor a supporter of Lisa Durden. She is a racial integrationist but she got a wake-up call as to the reality of White power.

Her comments weren’t racist but she lost her job at a liberal college. African people who constantly need to be validated by Whites are a childish and dangerous group. Dr. Bobby E. Wright always said he stopped speaking in front of mixed audiences because of the problems it causes.

Why would any African person go on The Tucker Carlson Show? This goes back to the 1960s of Black people trying to say radical things in front of White people not out of any commitment to the overthrow of White power in the world but simply to be rebellious.

Dr. Amos N. Wilson teaches us: Coercive power is the ability to influence someone’s decision making by taking something away as punishment or threatening punishment if the person does not follow instructions.

These forms of giving consent to the social power status quo on the part of Blacks help to obscure as well as deny the fact that they are in fact a dominated and severely exploited group (regardless of class); and helps to obscure the fact that their uncritical acceptance of the ‘rules,’ moral beliefs, perspectives, and their customary-traditional participation in the ‘American (White) political-economic process and system is tantamount to the legitimating of their own oppression and to the consensual ensurance of their own powerlessness.

Rules, beliefs and consent are manufactured by those in power to justify, legitimate and serve their interests. In its origins White American power was not legitimated (i.e., voluntarily or contractually consented to, morally justified or politically-socially ratified) by Afrikan Americans who at the time of its origination were held in captivity (slavery) and to this point in time have been largely excluded from significantly participating in American legitimating processes.

From the historical point of view of Native and Afrikan Americans, White power, in whatever form, is illegitimate. This is because such power rests essentially on the near physical and genocidal decimation of Native Americans, the theft of their properties, on the exploitation or forced labor (enslavement) of Afrikans, and on the systematic exclusion by Whites of both Black and Native Americans from the influential exercise of practically all forms of ‘legitimate’ power and authority in the United States.

The rules and beliefs which provide the means for legitimating White power were in fact pre-established, preordained and imposed on Blacks against their will by Whites from the beginning. The illegitimacy of White American power is founded on the illegitimacy of its original sins–genocide, theft of property, and enslavement.”

This Negropean female got taught a lesson that Dr. Wright said when dealing with White people respect their opinons and talents and move on taking the resources THEY ALLOW YOU TO HAVE to work with other AFRICANS TO BUILD REAL POWER.

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