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Part 21: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: The Tragic Mulatto, (Buffer) Class Analysis and Red Herrings

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⁣Part 21: Kambon Kantanka Conversations: The Tragic Mulatto, (Buffer) Class Analysis, and Red Herrings

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KwabenaOforiOsei
KwabenaOforiOsei 1 month ago

Before his transition into ancestorship, Nana Okunini John Henry Clarke wanted to write a book on the role of mulattos in the destruction of Black civilizations, from KMT to Ayiti.

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I remember. He said he would need bodyguards if he ever wrote it too. Sounds like a useful book to write though.

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KwabenaOforiOsei
KwabenaOforiOsei 1 month ago

I could never understood that as Kmtwy/Black people we hate the idea/concept and union of interracial relationships (between Kmtwy/Black people and EurAsians) in our communities, but yet we love the mulatto offspring that is produced out of these union; we embrace the end product that come out of interracial relationships, but yet we dislike the union that produced the mulatto.
We even called mulattos Kmtwy/black people.
Mulattos are considered the beauty standard in kmt, the black community.
They are mostly the leaders( or face of leadership) in the black community (Barack Obama, the so called first black president, did not do nothing for Black people but push the homosexual/gay agenda into kmt/Black community).
Mulattos are treated better even among Kmtwy/Black people( I’ve seen it with my own eyes).
I really believe the Black race have become the trash can for other races “bastardized” mulatto kids. They don’t want their “bastardized” mulatto class in their group, so they just pushed it toward the Black race and we accept it.

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Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀ 1 month ago

Velcro negroes lol!!

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