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The Anti-Afrocentrism Movement.

1 Name: Anonymous 2020-06-20 10:07
I think we're trying to take too large pieces of an problem to solve our daily (racial) issues. If I should start a movement it will be anti-Afrocentrism cause a black person is allowed to fight for rights but as soon if I'm positive about the change that his motives are mixed with Afrocentrism he/her dismissed him/her self from debating. That at the same time the toxic what holds the black community back. They want to solve everything like a Giant snowball so their police voilence get connexions to slavery and to 'Wakanda (what should be here butt wuz prevented by whitey) and any other Afrocentric nonsense.

Imagine black people (yes they are rare so I have to choose her example and no: it's not because whitey wants it butt because her views are similar and on a same soil as our own views) think similar to Candace Owen's. I would think I would listen earlier (and feel free to lecture me) cause I know her views on history and how a society should work are closer to my own views.

Black's (exegerated) believe in Wakanda, Slavery (victims, preparations), everything is because of racism, they are victims/lower social status/intoxicated due to lower social status so there is no wrong in stupid decisions they make.

If (yes, come up with more examples) Candace ask me to think again about a police/victim case I think I would do it rather than when a typical inhibit ant of Wakanda (mwhuh, slavery24/7) ask me to.

Tell me I'm biased

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