WHO IS MORE SUPERIOR

Me keeping reminding you about colonialism, neo colonialism and slavery (neo slavery) is not because I pity myself.
Its because it is reality.
Today its being practiced by people wearing same skin colour using the same agenda as before. In this case its not mattering which colour really.


That’s why I rather choose to deal with every colour as long as they are awoken in above mentioned aspects. Though I know that when one has a PRIVILEGED BASE. Its hard for them to bow down for the one whom they were told they are superior towards.
Let me explain why the non privileged would do it even worse.
Remember the education we were given?
It taught us to
⚫ reward
🔵 compete
🟢select
⚪feel superior
🟡 discriminat

Why are now in the world where Empathy is only practiced by a few individuals?
Why are we in the world where the software is controlled by those who do ot want people to know the truth about themselves.
Why are we not allowed to catch the right information that tells us to be good and not be Selective.
We are now moving towards a world where those those who thought or still feek are *educated* like education has been set so far feel inferior and that kills especially when you haven’t managed to adjust to the unpacked truth about what you have been learning so far.
Is that not already another revolutionary moment where humans are being seperated?
Who is who today? What do you respect most? So far I personally never thought of any side to chose. I never thought of being different than others. I have always treated humans as humans moving with the flow until the day I felt racism hitting my face.
At forst I never thought of defending myself because I am that kind ofna person who look for good excuses to defend other people’s behaviour.
I would say for example.
“I do not think she meant it bad in the first place” I would even come up withnsome theories to save someone’s life yet without realising its been done intentionally.

HOW ABOUT INTERRACIAL CHILDREN?

A lot of intellectual brothers and sisters write a lot about race, mistreatments during war.

If your women were raped during war, and they gave birth to children? How do you look at it? Ofcourse not all were raped some ended up being in a situation and today its a choice for many.
Maybe the raping of black women was now gone after the war and slavery, but it doesn’t mean all of it has stopped, there is much going on and a lot is being hidden because if these commercials that always make everything look too good to be true.

Are these different from you or are they part of you too? I remember when I grew up that there was an area called Arcadia in Zimbabwe and we called them Makaradhi. I am just thinking deep how my kids are going to be looked at in Zimbabwe? My kids are half DUTCH and know my culture too. I want to be able to teach them to be everywhere in Zimbabwe without a weird feeling that someone will look at them differently. They are not privileged, they are experiencing a little different life and hopefully they will be able to teach their fellow friends and other youth in the future. Believe you me, they also suffer from within as they would want the worlds they are in to ge neutral. But they too realise its not an easy task. They deserve LOVE.

What are your thoughts? Lets discuss. I do realise and feel we speak and want to see one COLOR. But practically its different. It feels different and we are not there as yet.
QUOTE THIS
“The most twisted part why they end up being one sided or confused is because of how much another parent has been tolerating the mistreatment or disrespect of her own color within the marriage or society”

It is sickening when one just think certain behaviours will change just because the world is telling you, you are poor and you cannot rebuild a life in a country of origin. The fact that you accept it. Means you are not doing you children a favour.

Here in Western countries they are also not comfortable with how they are treated and what they see happening in their immediate families and society. I am teaching my children that Obama was the first Black president. I showed them the mother of Obama and the father too. Same to Meghean.
Its important I teach them reality and so for them to go into the society with confidence of who they truly are so that noone out there will give them names, positions and all sorts of bullying actions. Thank you all for your contribution. It is for the future generation