"Are you saying blacks cannot be racist toward whites?"

This is an excerpt from Trojan Horse: Death of a Dark Nation. By Anon. Published by Trojan Horse Press, 2009. Available [HERE

“What about black people who believe in ‘black supremacy?" You can believe in something like a prisoner believes in being the warden, or thinks he or she is the warden, but that doesn’t make it true. There’s a difference between being in a position and aspiring to be in a position.” -- Neely Fuller, Jr.

Q: Aren’t “black supremacy” groups like the Nation of Islam racist toward white people?

A: The Nation of Islam is a religious organization, not a black supremacy group. Even if its members so desired, the Nation of Islam cannot be a “black supremacy” organization because “black supremacy” cannot exist at the same place and same time as “white supremacy.”

The Nation of Islam cannot be a “racist” organization because it does NOT have the ability or a history of interfering with the rights of white people, or dictating where whites can live, work, shop, play, learn, or teach.

The Nation of Islam does not advocate harming or killing white people. To the authors’ knowledge, no white person has ever been attacked, murdered, denied housing, a job, a fair trial, an education, a law license, or any rights by the Nation of Islam, or under the banner of black supremacy.

In fact, every so-called “black supremacist” organization in America was created in self defense to white racism. To compare the KKK to any black group is the same as comparing the bully to the person being bullied, who eventually fights back, then calling BGTH of them bullies. 

Q: Are you saying blacks cannot be racist toward whites?

A: That’s correct. Of course, all people can be hateful or prejudiced. Those terms describe individual behaviors, not systematic power. Racism is the COLLECTIVE behaviors of a group. A white individual within a system of racism/white supremacy has the implicit or explicit support of that system IF they choose to practice racism.

If a poor man robs a rich man at gunpoint that doesn’t mean the poor man is more powerful (economically and politically) than the rich man. The poor man is an individual who committed a crime of opportunity. There are no powerful institutions or systems that support his right to rob the rich man, but there are institutions and systems that allow the rich man to rob the poor man - which is why he doesn’t need a gun to do it.

A black person who mistreats a white person doesn’t mean black people are more powerful (economically and politically) than white people. Never confuse the actions of a black individual (or a group of black individuals) that mistreats someone white as proof that black racism exists. Their “power” is limited ONLY to what they can do as individuals. There are NO black institutions or systems that support, defend, or finance the right of blacks to mistreat whites.

There are NO black individuals or black organizations that have the power to strip whites of their collective right to live where they want, work where they want, get an education wherever they want, or control what white people do collectively in ANY area of human activity. There are NO black institutions that are more powerful than white institutions. Therefore, blacks do not have the COLLECTIVE POWER to diminish the quality of life for the white collective.

Q: What is collective power?

A: Collective power is the institutions and systems that benefit one group at the expense of another group, and allow one group to dominate another group in all areas of human activity.

For example, when a white policeman shoots an unarmed black man (50 times), his fellow officers, the police chief, internal affairs, the union, the media, the prosecutor, thejudge, and thejury will support, defend, and finance that white police officer’s “right” to shoot (murder) an unarmed black person. That is white collective power.

It is rare for a white police officer to be punished for using excessive force against a black man, woman, or child. It is just as rare for a black police officer to use excessive force against a white person.

In fact, the authors were unable to find a single instance of a black police officer shooting or killing an unarmed white person in the history of modern law enforcement. This is not surprising but it is absolute proof that the black individual operating within a system of white supremacy cannot mistreat whites even if he or she is wearing a uniform, a badge, and carrying a gun.

Another example of white collective power is the mortgage and real estate industry, which systematically discriminates against black (and non-white) renters, homebuyers, and homeowners by: 

* Red-lining - denying home loans to minority geographical areas.

* Reverse red-lining -- targeting minority areas for fraudulent sub-prime home loans that are designed to self-destruct.

* Inflating home appraisals in racially changing neighborhoods to defraud (overcharge) minority homebuyers.

* Low-balling appraisals in minority areas to reduce home equity.

* Refusing to rent or sell to minorities in certain geographical areas.

* Raising property taxes in minority areas to drive minority residents out of desirable inner-city neighborhoods. (gentrification)

* Exclusion from special financing deals that are not generally known to the public, and are only offered to a select group of white buyers. 

Banks, real estate brokers, appraisers, and mortgage lenders represent INSTITUTIONAL RACISM (power) that is reinforced by the courts, banking, and government (systems).

This does not mean blacks are less likely to abuse power than whites if given the opportunity. It means blacks cannot abuse power that does not exist. The proof: there is no place in America where blacks are collectively practicing racism against whites collectively.

Q: Don’t black politicians and corporate executives represent black power?

A: Not necessarily. Having a powerful position does not make a person powerful. For example, shortly after a female employee sued the XYZ firm for sex discrimination, Ms. X and Mrs. Y are appointed to the corporate board. They will be used as proof in the upcoming trial that the XYZ firm does not discriminate against women.

Like most token board members, Ms. X and Mrs. Y are benchwarmers; not policy makers. Their “powerful” positions are an ILLUSION designed to deceive the public and the courts. The black man or woman in a (public) position of power often serves the same purpose: to give the appearance that certain companies do not discriminate.

These blacks maybe qualified for their position; however, even the “powerful” black person - regardless of title -- is still controlled by more powerful whites who limit whatever authority or power this black individual possesses.

Q: If a powerful black person mistreats a less powerful white person, isn’t he or she practicing black racism?

A: A black person whose power comes from a white institution will not be allowed to mistreat whites - unless he or she is following orders from more powerful whites. In a system of white supremacy, all whites are more powerful than blacks.

 A white supremacy system by its very NATURE forbids ALL non-white people - regardless of wealth, status, or position - from victimizing white people. Of course, a powerful black person can - as an individual - harm a white individual. For example, it was well known that OJ Simpson physically abused his white ex-wife, Nicole, but that abuse was limited to what he was able to do as an individual.

Powerful blacks present no danger to the white collective but they can be extremely dangerous to other blacks. They are often rewarded for victimizing black people (doing the dirty work), and are usually following orders from more powerful whites behind the scenes.

If they are not following direct orders, they will abuse other blacks: (1) for profit or career advancement; (2) out of fear of losing status or income; (3) out of fear of being lumped with the “inferior” black masses; (4) because of self- hatred issues, which they project onto other blacks; or (5) out of frustration because they have no real power (over whites).

Even the most “powerful” blacks in America cannot practice black racism because it does not exist. Nor can they be black supremacists because black supremacy cannot co-exist within a system of white supremacy. They cannot practice white racism because they are not white. They cannot be racists of any kind; but are knowingly OR unknowingly agents (extensions) of the white supremacist system. If anyone disagrees with this premise and believes that blacks can be racist, he or she should be able to answer the following question:

Name one thing that black people - as a group -- have stopped white people - as a group -- from doing that they had a RIGHT to do? For example, denying them the right to work, own a home, live in a certain area, get a fair trial, an education, or use any public facility.

Affirmative action is not a correct response. Affirmative action is NOT black racism. Black people did not create affirmative action, the terminology, or the where, when, and how it becomes a policy in Corporate America. Blacks do NOT have the power to implement any just or unjust policies at any white college or university. Whites control, name, legislate, and decide everything that happens within America’s institutions of power - including black institutions. 

If it can be documented (proven) that black people are COLLECTIVELY mistreating white people COLLECTIVELY in the United States, someone should write a book about it. The truth should be made public, even if it contradicts what is written here. Any corrections would be greatly appreciated in the interest of being as accurate as possible.

Q: What about rich black entertainers and athletes? They don’t work for Corporate America. Isn’t that “black power”?

A: All black entertainers work for Corporate America in one fashion or another. Corporate America controls everything that happens in the entertainment industry; whether it’s the movie, music, television, radio, news, advertising, publishing, or sports industry.

It is impossible to be a successful black (or white) entertainer if you do not have access to movie theaters, chain music and bookstores, comedy clubs, stadiums, ballparks, cable, radio, magazine, and television.

The corporations that control the airwaves, athletic arenas, retail stores, networks, movie, and television studios, distributors, and advertisers are more powerful than all the black entertainers combined.

Money is NOT synonymous with power. Power is NOT a paycheck; even a forty-million-dollar one. The person with the most power is the one who SIGNS THE CHECK. For every black person who is paid in the millions, there are whites behind the scenes making BILLIONS.

Q: If money isn’t power, what is power?

A: Power is self-evident. Power answers to no one other than God, himself. Power is the ability to determine the status quo and who sits at the top of the pecking order. Power is the ability to determine what is news and what is not.

Power is controlling the financial, political, and educational institutions so you and your kind benefit. Power is the ability to CONTROL your own images and the images of those who are less powerful than you are. Power is the ability to determine WHO goes to jail, for what crime, and for how long. Power is the ability to VOTE in an election and STILL HAVE THAT VOTE COUNTED. 

Power is other people coming to you to get what they need and you deciding how much they get. Power is the ability to feed yourself without depending on others. Power is the ability to generate and produce what you need to survive -- which includes your own infrastructure and necessities: electricity, gasoline, water, housing, food, clothing, weapons, schools, universities, currency, banking, and hospitals - without depending on others for your survival.

Power is the ability to decide what your currency looks like; how much it is worth; and how much it buys; whether it is a gallon of milk or a gallon of gas. Power is the ability to determine who lives where, how many of them can live there, and how long they can stay there.

Power is the ability to move populations, and to determine what part of what city will be black and what part will be white. Power is the ability to own land that no one can take from you, even with eminent domain, because YOU make the laws. Power is the ability to punish a police officer for shooting an unarmed man 41 times. Power is the ability to rescue people from rooftops after a hurricane in less than four days, and to make sure a “Katrina” never happens in the first place.

Not ONE black politician, poet, activist, entertainer, corporate board member, CEO, businessperson, millionaire, or billionaire had the juice (power) to pick up a phone, call the White House, and get ONE black person off the roof after Katrina struck.

Power Is NOT...

...a Mercedes or a Jaguar, a dozen rental properties, a goodjob in a Fortune 500 corporation, a dozen college degrees, or a Pulitzer Prize. It is not being the biggest rap star or black movie star with the most crossover appeal. It is not owning the biggest house on the block when the bank still holds the mortgage; the taxing authority can seize it for unpaid taxes; and the government can take the land it sits on by declaring eminent domain. It is NOT owning a black business when the business relies on white suppliers, bankers, dealers, distributors, contracts, and advertising dollars.

This is not intended to demean or diminish the accomplishments of so many distinguished, successful, and talented black people, but it is time to be honest about our situation. We cannot afford to keep telling ourselves that the only color “the (powerful) white man” cares about is the color “green” If that were true, “white supremacy” would be called “green supremacy.”


Skin color is as fundamental to racism/white supremacy, as reading is to education. There is short-term rich and long-term wealth, and the white supremacists know the difference. They are long-range strategists who know it is wiser (and more profitable) to pay millions to a handful of blacks in sports, entertainment, and business than to allow blacks to accumulate the tools and capital to generate our own billions.

Q: If blacks are not inferior to whites, why are blacks in such an inferior position, not just in America, but all over the world?

A: There is no way to do justice to such a complex, profound question in one book NOR do the authors pretend to have all the answers. In the Resource Section of this book (page 323) is a list of authors who have written excellent books on Africa before and after European colonization. Historical documents and artifacts prove (without a doubt) that Africans were once the most powerful people on the planet, and that all intellectual human endeavors -- the arts, sciences, writing, astronomy, medicine, architecture, and the world’s first universities - began in Africa.

Do not mistake the present condition of African people as proof of black inferiority. What is happening on the African continent – widespread starvation, tribal warfare, political chaos, AIDS, or crushing international debt ~ is the by-product of European imperialism and white supremacy.

John Perkins, author of the controversial bestseller, Confessions of an Economic Hitman, explained how third-world economies were deliberately undermined to gain control of their natural resources and UN votes. Perkins describes in chilling detail, the two primary objectives of an Economic Hit Man:

1. Make huge loans to third-world countries and funnel the money back to US engineering companies in exchange for construction projects that are (deliberately) never completed.

2. Without the promised infrastructures to modernize their countries, the huge international loans go into default, bankrupt their economies, forcing these third-world nations to turn over control of their natural resources and UN votes to their US “creditors”

These third-world nations were robbed of their ability to eliminate poverty, educate their people, provide a higher standard of living, and were also deliberately excluded from the technology and information-sharing that occurred freely between non-third-world nations. The conditions in third-world nations have nothing to do with inferiority, but everything to do with skin color and white supremacy.

What Ancient Africans And White Supremacists Have In Common

All great civilizations are destroyed from within, not from without. The seeds of destruction are built into the system of white supremacy becausethe system is built on corruption, cruelty, racism, and injustice. If the white supremacists do not learn from the history of ancient rulers who once wielded supreme power and misused it, they are doomed to repeat it. [MORE