Dr. Umar Relationship–Interracial Relationships Pt. 1-5

I’ve said it before, interracial marriage is not the solution to racism. The only groups of people interested in integrating are people without power and who don’t have self respect.

Dr. Umar Johnson is a political scientist who has become very prolific in the lecture circuit regarding racial issues.

I found this video and I’d like to post it–with the intent of provoking some serious discussion on this issue.

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THINK!!!

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26 comments on “Dr. Umar Relationship–Interracial Relationships Pt. 1-5

  1. saved says:

    Thanks for your response Truth. I agree with you on how women ara highly revered in African cultures. I also notice this in other non-white cultures as well, where women are considered to be sacred and cherished. Given that, it’s ironic how many in the West seem to think that women from these cultures are “oppressed,” such nonsense! I also agree with you about the control thing that many whites (although not all) seem to want over non-whites. If racist whites look down on other races, then why not just leave them alone? Rather than feigning friendship, in the name of wanting to appear, “liberal,” “open-minded,” and/or “cosmopolitan?” Having said that, when I do meet a white person that seems kind, treats me fairly, and helps me out, I appreciate it, make an effort to reciprocate, and I try not to paint them with the same brush as their ignorant counterparts. Although I understand the need for self-preservation, and even with the seemingly kind white people, I rarely let my guard down totally, as experience has taught me that the result of this is usually disappointment and heartache. however, I feel that I can still get along with a white person on an acquaintance level (without having any illusions as to what they might actually think of me behind possibly fake smiles and pleasantries) as long as they have respect.

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  2. Imhotep says:

    Obama is only in office because he is the product of an interracial marriage. All of the media in this era appears to revolve around the topic of race mixing, as a result. Why-tes have never had any respect for us. They just want us to continue seeking white validation. Renisha McBride’s murderer, Ted Wafer, was arraigned today. His bail is set for $250,000. Why-te men will always take a why-te man’s word over everybody else’s. They have no love for my sisters, only lust.

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    • truthangel07 says:

      I agree with that….totally. And that case in Michigan is heartbreaking. Here…yet another white man on trial in as little as 20 months for killing another young Black person. It’s an epidemic. This now makes 5 cases since the Trayvon Martin murder.

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  3. saved says:

    Edit-added “but” on third line to make more sense

    and a “but” on the fifth line for the same reason.

    Thanks for taking the time to answer truthangel. I think I know what you meant when you said, “people tell on themselves. And I don’t have any tolerance for much ignorance,” but could you please elaborate a bit?

    I have noticed that some white women (although certainly not all) who are involved with non-white men, may not necessarily be racist, but a lot of them come across as particularly insecure and catty, especially around women of color (and not just African American, but other minorities as well.)

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    • truthangel07 says:

      White women have absolutely no authority in the Black community and deserve no respect from African Americans. Their history–conjoined with the history of White people in America, condemns them. The African woman is highly revered in African culture. This is a tribute not given to the white female in her own culture; thus, she lurks over to us; thinking that her privileged status is to be rewarded by us–even Black women. White women do not have the ability to inspire as we do. They are forever dictated by the superficial–and delve into the supernatural; as many whites do, for control over others.

      Black people, particularly Black women, see through them–although many try their best to cloak their base nature.

      There is a lot I can get into…but I’ll let this marinate in your brain for a while…

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  4. saved says:

    Hi! Just discovered your blog this week and I love it! I can relate to a lot of been written here, especially your views on interracial dating/marriage. One thing though that I’m ambivalent about is becoming involved with guys who are half white/half non-white. I’ve been attracted to many, and I figure that since they’re not considered white, we could both relate to the minority experience, and I would think that there would be that sense of camaraderie (I know I could be mistaken though.) But at the same the time, that person would also have a white parent, and as has been discussed here, a white person who is married to a non-white and even one who even has biracial children, is not necessarily a non-racist. I would be worried that if my potential partner’s white parent has racist views, they might have passed that down to their children, and possibly to their grandchildren (who would happen to be my kids!) I wouldn’t want to be the daughter in-law of someone like this, and definitely not the grandparent of my children (I know this isn’t a dating advice column) but any advice on how to navigate a potential scenario like this would be very much appreciated! Keep up the good work!:)

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    • truthangel07 says:

      Trust your instincts–Always. People tell on themselves. And I don’t have any tolerance for much ignorance, so I’m just going to tell you straight: biracial children are like a box of chocolates–you don’t know what you’re going to get. Some you may like; others, you want to discard. Someone that has strong parenting will have strong values. If there is such a thing as a biracial child having a racist parent; being a proud African American mixed up in that is literally toxic. And when you get too close to anything toxic; you will be contaminated.

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      • saved says:

        Thanks for taking the time to answer truthangel. I think I know what you meant when you said, “people tell on themselves. And I don’t have any tolerance for much ignorance,” could you please elaborate a bit?

        I have noticed that some white women (although certainly not all) who are involved with non-white men, may not necessarily be racist, a lot of them come across as particularly insecure and catty, especially around women of color (and not just African American, but other minorities as well.) When I was younger and naive, I used to think that white women who were seriously involved with non-white men couldn’t be racist because they wouldn’t be dating someone who’s not white if they were right? And they would probably appreciate and feel a connection to our culture right? (yeah, I know, but like I said, I was younger and naive) Because I had these assumptions (which turned out to be very wrong in many instances) I actually thought these women were with us, and I felt a kind of warmth towards them, like they wouldn’t hurt us like other white racists, but when I realized my perceptions were wrong with most of these women, I was rather disillusioned, as it turns out a lot of these women felt threatened and envious. Like in some strange way, they thought getting with a non-white guy would make them “exotic” and when they realized that who they date/marry/sleep/have a baby with, doesn’t change who they are, they felt resentful towards the women who did represent what they wanted to be. But ironically, even if they did want to look and be more exotic, they still felt that their whiteness made them superior, and couldn’t believe that all, (and sometimes even their own bfs and husbands) preferred and would end up leaving them for their own, (or other non-white women) Have you made similar observations, truthangel? I

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      • truthangel07 says:

        I’ve always seen white people, particularly white women as what they are: depraved, souless, hate-filled, psychopaths. These people are not rooted and just like toxic waste; if you get too close to them; you will be contaminated.

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  5. Imhotep says:

    We should not be in interracial relationships with anybody. Look at what happened to Theresa Ardoin. She got into an argument with her whyte boyfriend, William Baker Bibb, and he hit her to death with a hammer. We all know that Shannon Price was responsible for Gary Coleman’s death. We need to leave these non-black people alone.

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    • truthangel07 says:

      Black people who get involved with these monsters have only themselves to blame. I’m tired of trying to save weak Negroes. Let them have their cake and CHOKE. Healthy minded Black people aren’t looking for Becky Sue or Chand and Conner to marry. You attract exactly what you are.

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  6. Adeen says:

    The only people who support interracial relationships are self hating, Whitewashed Black people and many Whites who claim that people who don’t support interracial relationships are ignorant and small minded. Seriously I don’t want to mix my genes with you Neanderthals! How does that make me ignorant?

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  7. Adeen says:

    I agree. These videos are so factual and well done. Honestly I don’t support interracial relationships because it isn’t a solution to racism and second of all, I don’t believe Blacks and Whites should race mix. Black and White people are enemies by nature and will never get along. Thus they should live separately and build their own communities apart from each other. Plus All these interracial relationship, colorblind, mixed utopia nation crap pushed in the media, by Whites and brainwashed Black people is just another distraction from the real issues in our community.

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