Recently, in an epic rant during a standup gig, Monique, the comedienne, threw Lee Daniels, Tyler Perry, and Oprah Winfrey under the proverbial bus. She said that she was “whiteballed” and somehow blamed those individuals for her situation. She actually said they should “Suck her d***, if she had one!”

In another case, Samuel Jackson criticized Daniel Kaluuya, the star of the blockbuster movie Get Out. The movie, with an innovative comedy/horror plot, was produced by Jordan Peele. Jackson’s criticism was leveled at the fact that Kaluuya was from Britain, and as such, could not effectively understand what interracial dating would be like for African Americans, and therefore, should not have been cast in the film. Kaluuya’s gracious response was that his experience as a dark-skinned Black man more than qualified him for the part.

Moving on, in another situation, there is a YouTube video that questions why the Minister Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam, is still alive. The inference was that Minister Farrakhan must be an “agent” because he is not dead. If he was really doing his job as a Black leader, he would have been killed as Dr. Martin Luther King and Minister Malcolm X were killed. Apparently, the thinking is that white people are so powerful that any Blacks who oppose white oppression but survive are inevitably traitors.

Tommy Sotomayor is a YouTube “sensation” that has become famous for virulent invectives against Black people, and especially, Black women. Among his gems, are statements that African Americans are responsible for most violent crime in the United States, and that they are a more serious threat than guns. He also said that Black Lives Matter protesters are like retarded kids in the class, and called them a “thug group.” In April 2017, Ebony magazine said that there was an online petition to get Sotomayor’s videos removed because of the “incalculable amounts of emotional and physical harm” his videos have inflicted on African American women and girls. Let’s not leave out the clergy. One Black pastor who will remain unnamed said that former president Obama “Deceived America” and “hurt Black families.” Another one has a YouTube video explaining why he hates Blacks. He said “Black people have been wrong about a lot of things for a long time.” One of his quotes is “Black People…you are animals.” He also said “Africans have never built a major enduring city in 3,000 years!”

To sum it up, there is a LOT of self-hate in the Black community. People casually talk about it, but it still flourishes. Black-on-Black murders have this as an underpinning; the light skin-dark skin issue does as well. And the fact that many Black businesses actually treat their Black customers worse than they do those of other races is probably one of the factors that contributes to the dearth of viable Black businesses.

Ironically, the condition of Black people and the self-hatred that is evident partially comes from a lack of real education. Blacks have been constantly force-fed the white version of history, and because of this, many Blacks have no clue about the truth of the Black past. It is hard for Blacks who tell non-traditional stories about Black history to be published and have their material used in public schools. It does happen here or there, but most elementary and secondary school students will probably never be exposed to the likes of the recently deceased Nigerian scholar, Dr. Catherine Obianuju Acholonu who wrote a series of scholarly texts demonstrating that there was a thriving civilization of Black people long before the creation of Adam. Also, Dr. Chancellor Williams, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, and other pioneers have made significant contributions to knowledge of our past.

Ultimately, the Black condition will not improve until there is an understanding of the power and glory embedded in real Black history. This must come from research. The information is out there. A luta continua.

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  1. Our sanity will be recovered once we realize that Self-Determination and an independent nation si the road to healing our historical and social ills.

  2. I won’t contribute to the sadness, but feel compelled to add that the economic prosperity (if you call it that of the Black woman), has contributed to the ultimate divide in the Black family. That and the Black man’s sexual obsession with the white woman. The Black brand has been severely damaged. Will it come back??? When the Black man regains his sanity.

  3. A lot of black people are self hating and seem to like to wallow in misery. I was a teacher a lot of black students were not really educated in black civilizations and black achievements. This typically doesn’t come until college and with only 23 percent of black people holding a degree most black people will not get this information. A lot of the self hatred is internalized and until black people decide to love themselves and value themselves as well as others who look like then than the tragic cycle will continue.

    • Wooooooow!!! The racist arrogance of you!!! I’m literally speechless…it’s people like you who make life so hard for the rest of us. What a ugly person you are! I hope you aren’t teaching anymore

  4. I agree with Baiaforever and add that with a sense of that self esteem it is very important to venture into the the multi-cultural world. Converse with other races and be open to learn about others not just the struggles of your own , when doing this you start to learn and see that there is much we have in common and you find yourself talking “with” instead of “at”. Some people really have no clue until they do, and that might depend on you.

  5. Remember people it’s all about love. Check out Dr Sebi, one of the few brothers who uplifted and showed love to us (black women) always talkin about mama Africa. Why does everyone online toss the entire black community under the bus? We got problems yes, but we are human and are fallen creatures. We have self hate in a world that is colorist, is it a shock? We need to look to positive people like the late Dr Sebi and positive role models for blacks globally, not just in the United States.

  6. Many of us as black people self hate out of ignorance. We do not know our real history because the Europeanized educational system and the powers that be do not want us to know our real history. The media and the white Jewish owned movie industry continue to write movies that show Biblical charachters as white. These movies show Jesus, king David and his son King Solomon as white men. The Bible clearly describes them as Black men. King Solomon says in Song of Solomon 1:5 I am black but comely. There is a movie staring Vivica Fox as the Queen of Sheba. But they have a white man portraying King Solomon. This is ludicrous. Black people are self hating because we have been brainwashed into believing that everything white and light skinned is so much better and so much more attractive. Most of us as black people were born and raised in the church. And we have some knowledge of the Bible. Until we begin to love and accept ourselves, and see ourselves as the descendants of the beautiful black men and women of the Bible, we will continue to self hate and feel inferior.

  7. Most black people will never get their s*** together. Self- hatred is deeply rooted in the mind of black people. Only a few blacks like myself, will prosper in society. I love, respect, and admire the black leaders, Malcolm X, James Baldwin, Adam Clayton Powell, etc…., that came before me.

  8. Heya! I’m at work surfing around your blog from my new apple iphone!

    Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and look forward to all your
    posts! Carry on the great work!


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