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"White supremacy can't exist without Black inferiority and our behavior as a people is indicative of that! Every time we come up with ways to oppose white supremacy, more of us come out of the cracks and defend why we can't defeat it.

Instead of trying to battle the supremacy that is up in our faces, many fantasize about an exodus back to Africa or another place to run away from what we have faced where we are for the last four hundred years. Instead of trying to take over the government, many would rather ignore the one thing which is the root of the structure of white supremacy. We love our celebrities and celebrity gossip, yet, expect nothing of our celebs because they can't do any wrong in our eyes. We would never boycott their movies, concerts, or stop buying products they endorse because we see them as gods.

We will never leave Facebook alone because we are programmed and need to be validated. We also deeply crave the inclusion. Everyone bragging about what they are doing for their communities on Facebook are to be taken lightly. On every Black social network I have attended, the attendance there is poor which makes these sites boring. It's because facebook is your god and your heaven. So basically, we know we are inferior and not capable of doing anything that will provide any real change. Go ahead, just ignore this post! Go back to your gender wars and posting Black people being beat or killed by police.

We are so weak! And we have tons of excuses! I'm disgusted in my people."

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4 days ago - Translate

If I said I wanted to organize with my people so we can build and stop ourselves from being oppressed, would you look at me crazy if I said, "We got this nice spot down the hallway from the fbi/cia and secret intelligence office? Color tv, games, computers and a.c. So let's set up our office at that spot and make sure we turn off the intercom that is put there to monitor our activity, track all of our movements and listen to everything we are thinking about." - Isn't that what we do on Facebook, Twitter and every other non-black social network? Lol

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