(8/2009 - The following column is reposted by request…It is dedicated to child prodigy Stephen Stafford and John McWhorter. Stafford is the hope of our future and a credit to Africans globally. Stafford makes me look like a child slacker! Clearly, McWhorter is neither. McWhorter makes me vomit incessantly!...}
JOHN MCWHORTER'S RACIST NEOCON DELUSIONS PROVE THAT HE HAS LOST HIS MIND!!!
"The white man's ice is colder..."
-ancient Uncle Tom myth
"The white man's children are better and smarter students..."
-newest black neocon myth
I can no longer decide which is colder: mythical white ice or a black neocon soul...But, I do know this: John McWhorter is the newest and iciest neocon-in-blackface sold out to the highest Republikkkan bidder on the political auction block! He is the author of a "book" entitled “Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America”. It should have been entitled: "Losing My Mind: On Self Hatred and Being an Academic Saboteur in Black America".
I write this column with a level of disrespect deeper than any that I have ever known. Why? Because I have always felt alive on a university campus. Because I revere academia. Because McWhorter is pissing strongly on academia nationwide and calling it heavy rain!
Questions : How do you justify racist regressive legislation that legitimizes a mythical color-blind reality? How do you secure white power in an increasingly nonwhite world? How do you explain the sudden whitewash of academic landscapes immediately after Proposition 209?
Answers : Find one yellow insider (with that mandatory generic black neocon haircut) and encourage him to become the Clarence Thomas of academia. Find one house nigger with a Ph.D. and a post at a legendary academic institution. Find one who is willing to mask his neocon Republikkkan political agenda as new academic wisdom. Purchase his loyalty with a lucrative publishing contract. Make him pen a new versionof the "The Bell Curve"... Voila! We now have the perfect new book to justify the perfect new apartheid-ish look of academia!...
Just as truth cracked the hell out of “The Bell Curve”, truth will also win the last lap over "Losing the Race"!!! Laziness, ineptitude, and amorality are as common within all American students as hormones, acne, and caffeine. Who would dare say that they have never seen a pathetic student who is white or a superb student who is black?!?
Ironically, McWhorter claims that racism is a conspiracy. Yet, his own racist libel and slander are proofs of conspiracy. I am utterly disgusted by any racist fool like McWhorter who would dare to claim that African-American students have any monopoly on being poor students!!! Any honest and sane professor will proclaim that superior students come in every race, just as inept ones do. Being an inferior student is not a racial ill, it is a universally American cultural one.
Slackers are as universal as traitors like McWhorter. If my vastly white professors were as biased and racist as McWhorter, I would never have become a scholar in academia or a success in corporate America. From preparatory school to a superior university to Fortune 500 corporations to multimedia broadcast careers, and graduate school, I was blessed never to be abused by a psychotic, bigoted, and blind professor or manager like McWhorter.
Each day I am more shocked by the increasingly heinous betrayal of the black neocons of the world. They are soulless monsters like McWhorter and his clones like Clarence Thomas, Thomas Sowell, Colin Powell (Colon), Shelby Steele, flaming closet gay Armstrong Williams, psycho Ward Connerly, pimp trick Ken Hamblin, Larry Elders, Ezola Foster ("Ebola") etc.. They are eternal proof that overseers can be far crueler than their massas.
It is always easier to ignore reality than to dare to change it. I will die trying to improve reality. The cowardly and conniving McWhorters of the world will die justifying its glaring injustices and inequities. Karma and truth will bless my efforts. Karma and truth will curse theirs.
No other people in America have endured the abuses that African-Americans continue to endure. McWhorter's dementia and his blackened version of “The Bell Curve” are textbook examples of the unique self-hatred and suicide that continue to destroy African-American realities. McWhorter and his rabid Republikkkan ilk are doing all that they can to oppress and enslave us, even as they simultaneously and hypocritically demand that we regard oppression and slavery as relics of the past.
It is demonically duplicitous to claim that rich black kids have no typically urban or socioeconomic pathologies upon which to blame their alleged academic inferiority. Then, in the same foul breath, claim that these same rich black kids are victims of a poor urban mentality that makes intellectualism and achievement "uncool". I dare McWhorter to explain how these rich black kids acquired such ghetto mentalities? I also dare him to prove that rich white kids are superior to their elite black peers. Most rich white kids are far more obsessed with MTV's ghetto life and art than any rich black kid could ever be!
I grew up with many elite black kids who never spoke ebonics or slacked! We all coveted academic awards. It was never considered uncool to excel in my academic circles. In fact, academic excellence was our coolest aspiration and the focal point of our most intense competitions. Intellectualism was even mandatory for entry into and status within our elite black "in crowd."
I challenge McWhorter to spend a day away from the ivory tower that is his campus office. I suggest that he spend a day perusing through the academic file cabinets of white Greek fraternity and sorority houses where he will locate backdated droves of the scored exams and papers that impress him so much. I suggest that he spend a day with some excellent international students. (I recommend Africans, Asians, or Jamaicans.). He should hang out in a computer lab with a few Internet wizards. They could download some term papers or theses to dazzle him from websites that are all owned by white students. He should chat at length with them about things generally foreign to all American students, irrespective of race or class. They should discuss things like work ethics, starkly idyllic American dreams, ethnic mentors, and cultural unity.
McWhorter and his ilk intensify racism and oppression by championing the mythical inferiority of African-American students from elite black families who attend elite white academic institutions. I am one of those students. It is why I loathe McWhorter so deeply for his completely libelous, personally offensive, and lauded pack of lies!!!!
I want nothing more than to see more African-American students excel academically. Education is the key to success. For four brief years, President Select Shrub/George W. Bush and his ilk will make success more difficult than ever in every arena. I know the value of superior education because I have always cherished and been blessed by my own:
In 1976, I began attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), at the age of 12. I was admitted due to my superior intelligence and my acceptance into a university preparatory school program. In order to be admitted to that adult curriculum as a pre-teen, I endured several days of intensely competitive testing with predominately white students. My parents and I were interviewed extensively. My IQ was tested and my parents were instructed to keep my bona fide genius score a secret...
I was the only black girl in my class for three years. And, each year I graduated at the top of my class. In 1980, I proceeded to become a formal undergraduate student at that same university. In 1984, after extensive extra-curricular pursuits (including paraprofessional peer consulting, becoming an honorary mock attorney, attending formal conferences to speak for faculty members, ad hoc membership on Chancellors' committees, leading numerous afrocentric student organizational actions and protests, managing The Daily Illini, the award winning campus newspaper office, and founding black campus radio station WBML etc...), I graduated as a member of Who's Who in American Universities & Colleges. In a graduating class of 7500, I earned a selection as a member of Senior 100 Honorary.
In 1984, I began a fifteen year quadruple career as a corporate staffer, a radio producer/host, and a columnist. Now, at 37, I am currently completing a Master of Arts degree in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication at the top of my class with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average.
Unlike the admittedly insecure and professionally haunted McWhorter, I do not doubt any of my qualifications for any of my posts. And, I never will. I am certain that I have earned every post that I have ever held. In fact, I am certain that I would have been rewarded with even greater posts had my skin been white. I regret that McWhorter feels he may have been handed his career by liberal Democrats. My hands are worn from the toil that I have spent earning each of my own careers.
In the real world, we elite black students know that, as a rule, we must work three times as hard as our white peers to obtain the same grades. We can see that there are millions of students who look like us that do not come from elite schools or educated families. We know that we must succeed, by any means necessary, not only for ourselves, but for all Africans, rich or poor, gifted or average. And we do so because, unlike the deluded, racist, and elitist McWhorter, we understand that we will always be lumped together by racists like him! Thus, we must remain one collective and defiant exception to the racist rules of sabotage, slander, and libel that are promulgated by McWhorter and his sadistic posse of rabidly self-loathing blackish fools.
Unlike McWhorter, I love myself. I respect my own performance and posts. And, I love African-American people. I know that the hopelessness of anyone or anything is easiest to endure when one is totally detached from that person or thing. (Ask any family member in pain because they dare to love the children of toxic deadbeat kin!!!). Neocons like McWhorter are cowards in pain. I know this because I am braver and stronger than these poster houseboy puppets.
I am brave enough to admit that real African-American pathologies exist and that they enrage, shame, and repulse me. And, many African American students are as pathetic as the very worst of their white peers. Yet, unlike McWhorter, I embrace the complex realities of those ills and resolve myself to mentor, drive, and even curse inferior African-American students beyond their flaws into excellent futures. McWhorter would rather chant racist mantras, and promote mythical nonsense that invites genocidal political schemes. He prefers to ensure such students have no academic futures at all. McWhorter and his fellow traitors solely champion schemes like"school vouchers" that will precede the total annihilation and abandonment of urban school systems.
I am a salvation. He is a saboteur. I want campuses to blacken, so that I will have afrocentric intellectual kindred company. He wants to make campuses even whiter than they are, so that he will shine more brightly as the sole golden Negro company man. This is a classic house nigger tactic that is an ongoing symptom of Post Traumatic Slavery Stress Disorder (PTSSD). Because McWhorter is still a slave, he wants students who are darkies banished from his academic plantation.
I strive to empower and emancipate black scholars, as McWhorter works overtime to secure the deadbolt locks on the doors to ever whitening bastions of academia. McWhorter and I are both enduring excrutiating racial pain. My pain is numbed by African-American excellence. His is numbed by African-American eradication. I seek to increase our numbers in universities. He seeks to sanction our scarcity.
Millions of African-Americans from diverse socioeconomic and educational backgrounds are intellectually superior and successful. We have spent our entire lives working diligently to become superior scholars and professionals in every arena. However, unlike McWhorter and his ilk, we do not allow that success to blind us to reality. We do not become demented by delusions of our own uniqueness or grandeur. We do not fall victim to the compliments of racist whites who view us as anomolies as they divide and conquer us. We question our rarity. We do not revel in it.
We look beyond our egos to view those who fell prey to racist and elitist obstacles that we were blessed to evade. We reach back to pull others who look like us up with us. We build academic afrocentric bridges that the eurocentric McWhorters of the world desire only to burn down. They torch those bridges as they sit grandly upon their own thrones. They are ruthless and honorary niggers in academic Big Houses. See their antics exposed in the books and links below.
Affirmative action is mandatory for affirmative discrimination. Abolishing affirmative action is mandatory for affirmative ghettoization. Saboteurs like McWhorter and their suicidal self-loathing ilk enjoy being regarded as intellectual novelties. They enjoy propagandizing for racist politicians who will ensure that they remain the only black faces in their elitist white circles.
The betrayals by McWhorter and his ilk will ensure that our struggle for racial equality will become increasingly difficult. They enjoy the lies that they spread. They enjoy the games that they play. They are as efficient as they are cursed...
McWhorter, his peers, and his puppeteers never really desire racial equality in academia or anywhere else. Wherever true racial equality is achieved, African-Americans excel. In the armed forces and in athletic arenas, African-Americans habitually and historically shine brighter than any of their white peers. In medicine, Dr. Ben Carson shines. In child education, Marva Collins shines. When academia purges itself of more racists like McWhorter, we will shine in academia also.
Public Enemy and Maya Angelou said it best. "It takes a nation of millions to hold us back.... And, still, we rise." I close with a poetic dedication to McWhorter:
"Still I Rise"
by Maya Angelou
You may trod me in the very dirt
But still, like dust, I'll rise.
Does my sassiness upset you?
Why are you beset with gloom?
'Cause I walk like I've got oil wells
Pumping in my living room.
Just like moons and like suns,
With the certainty of tides,
Just like hopes springing high,
Still I'll rise.
Did you want to see me broken?
Bowed head and lowered eyes?
Shoulders falling down like teardrops?
Weakened by my soulful cries?
Does my haughtiness offend you?
Don't you take it awful hard
'Cause I laugh like I've got gold mines
Diggin' in my own back yard.
You may shoot me with your words,
You may cut me with your eyes,
You may kill me with your hatefulness,
But still, like air, I'll rise.
Does my sexiness upset you?
Does it come as a surprise
That I dance like I've got diamonds
At the meeting of my thighs?
Out of the huts of history's shame
Up from a past that's rooted in pain
I'm a black ocean, leaping and wide,
Welling and swelling I bear in the tide.
Leaving behind nights of terror and fear
Into a daybreak that's wondrously clear
Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave,
I am the dream and the
hope of the slave.
Don't believe the racist Reuplikkkan academic hype!!!
Read about the REALITY of racism and black excellence in academia:
The Bell Curve Wars: Race, Intelligence, and the Future of America
Measured Lies: The Bell Curve Examined
The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life
Richard Hernstein & Charles Murray
Intelligence, Genes and Success: Scientists Respond to the Bell Curve
Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal
Race: How Blacks and Whites Think About The American Obsession
Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism
The Rage of a Privileged Class
Poisoned Apple: The Bell Curve Crisis
How Our Schools Create Mediocrity & Failure
Betty Wallace & William Graves
Living with Racism: The Black Middle Class Experience
Member of the Club: Reflections on Life in a Racially Polarized World
Lawrence Otis Graham
Our Kind of People: Inside America's Black Upper Class
Lawrence Otis Graham
The Shape of the River
William Bowen, Derek Bok & Glenn Loury
DeBunking The Bell Curve: Scientific Racism
Inequality by Design
Claude Fischer et al
Marva Collins' Way
Ordinary Children, Extraordinary Teachers