This post is to white people…
(I’m going to ask you a question that’s going to make my black/Afrocentric people upset)
(Most of my Afrocentric brothers and sisters tell me to leave white people, the hell, alone. So with this post I’m going to upset many Afrocentric brothers and sisters)
It’s interesting to listen to white people who are involved in black culture, black issues and involved with black people.
The one deep concerned that I hear these white people say (almost pleading) is….
“I’m not the enemy.” “I’m not black people’s enemy.”
Oh. You (individual white person) is not my (black people) enemy.
How am I supposed to know that you are not my enemy?
Due to hidden whiteness and unconscious racism how am I supposed to know that you’re not my enemy?
What am I supposed to do, as a black, when I encounter white people?
This question is to white people…..
You are from the enemy’s camp.
You are from the enemy’s culture.
But you…. YOU ARE DIFFERENT.
You are not like other white people.
So…. What makes you (individual white person) different from the rest (the collective white people/culture)????
I must be honest and fair that I met white people that was different from others.
But these (DIFFERENT) white people have paid a heavy, heavy price for going against their own white culture.
Disowned by white family, friends and white church.
So I’m asking you (individual white person) what do you have that you can show me that I can trust you?
Being that I am Afrocentric…..What do you have to show me that I can trust you?
Example: John Brown.
Post your 100% honest emotional reply.