Imagining Himself Separate from "the Blacks" Stupid Maine Governor says the NAACP should apologize to whites [go fuck yourself]

Anything you do while you are unconscious will be stupid. All racists are unconscious whenever the phenomenon of "race" is present in their mind. According to Dr. Blynd, race is "a totally artificial theologically-driven, biologically-based, and scientifically-invalid "European" ideology of human genetic evolution and classification coinciding with the emergence of colonialism and the rise of the transatlantic slave trade."

The only purpose of race is to practice racism. Albert Einstein, the Nobel prize winning scientist stated: "The separation of the races is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. I do not intend to be quiet about it." Doc Blynd further states, Racism is a "virus in the mind. A racist is a psychopath at war with his own being." [MORE] Suffering from the disease of constant comparison racists and their make believe beliefs, [imagining themselves to be a part of a hierarchy where persons unable to produce color & lacking melanin are supreme; imagining themselves to be higher than what they imagine you to be] are in a state of non-reality, a play world. "A divided mind, with the an unconscious and a conscious one, can never apperceive things as they are. Truth is adulterated with falsehood in the same proportion to which one is unconscious." Anything such unconscious persons do or say will be stupid; know this while they are in your presence. 

Watch your mind. If you can remember, try to observe your own thoughts. Because if you believe in their fairy tale - that you are somehow an inferior being worthy of their domination - then you are playing a servant role in a relationship with them & you are also going crazySelf oppressive. Dr. Bobby Wright calls this "mentacide."

In a system of white supremacy/racism it is logical to assume that most white people are racist. Neely Fuller explains, "most white people hate Black people. The reason that most white people hate Black people is because whites are not Black people. If you know this about white people, you need know little else. If you do not know this about white people, virtually all else that you know about them will only confuse you." [MORE

racist suspect - any white person who is capable of practicing racism against non-whites. In general, if a Caucasian is able to be a Racist (White Supremacist), he or she may be one and should be presumed to be racist. According to Neely Fuller, as long as white supremacy exists, every person classified as 'white' should be suspected of being Racist (White Supremacist). Since all whites are able to practice racism in a white supremacy system if they choose to do so, it is correct (and logical) to use the term "racist suspects" to identify whites who do not openly function as white supremacists (racists). Caucasians who do nothing to oppose white supremacy are its silent partners benefiting from this worldwide social political economic arrangement of domination. Those who do nothing about it or cooperate with it are also racist/white supremacist. Noted psychiatrist, Dr. Francis Cress Welsing, has stated, "people who classify themselves as White, who wish to be taken seriously, and who are righteous and responsible, will only talk about ending White Supremacy (Racism) and replacing it with Justice." 

From [HERE] The Latest on racist suspect, Gov. Paul LePage's comments about John Lewis and the NAACP:

3:10 p.m.

Hours after saying civil rights leader John Lewis should be grateful for what Republican presidents have done for black people, Maine Gov. Paul LePage says the NAACP should apologize to white people.

The white GOP governor told the Portland Press Herald that "the blacks, the NAACP" paint all white people with one brush and that calling every white American a racist is an "insult."

Earlier Tuesday, LePage criticized Lewis over his comments that Republican Donald Trump is not a "legitimate president." LePage said Lewis needed a history lesson and then incorrectly said that GOP Presidents Ulysses S. Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes fought against Jim Crow laws.

The president of the NAACP Portland branch says it's unfortunate LePage tried to revise history and disparage a civil rights leader.


10 a.m.

Maine Gov. Paul LePage says civil rights leader John Lewis needs a history lesson and should be grateful for what Republican presidents have done for black people.

The Republican governor on Tuesday addressed Lewis' criticism that GOP President-elect Donald Trump is not a "legitimate president." LePage, who's white, said on WVOM-FM that the black Democratic Georgia congressman needs a lesson on how Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves and how Ulysses S. Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes fought against Jim Crow laws.

LePage says, "A simple thank you would suffice."

Lincoln pushed for the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery. But historians say that Jim Crow laws didn't exist during the Grant administration and that Hayes' presidency set the stage for the creation of Jim Crow laws.