Monday, February 27, 2012

The Anatomy of Racism (Part 2 of 4)

The history of Africa is the story of God's most cruel joke on mankind.

Workers on a diamond field in Africa. These diamonds will go onto the fingers and around the necks of rich white Caucasians. So how exactly did the home of black people become the treasure vault of white people?

Racism affects everyone. However, there is probably no group that knows the sting of racism better than black Africans and their descendants living in the first world diaspora. Why does it seem that black people are targeted by other races? They have been enslaved at least five times in world history (more than any other human phenotype) and have been victims of the longest running human violation in history. Why is this the case? I discuss the answer to this rather tantalizing question in this post. It seems that nature is far more cruel than we know.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

The Anatomy of Racism (Part 1 of 4)

If racism was taught, then who taught the first child to be racist?


We have come a long way since the civil rights uproar in the 1960's. Up until then, white folks were not afraid of openly and publicly denouncing black people as genetically inferior humans. It's intriguing to consider then that since the 1960's, the only thing that has changed is how society perceives racism. It seriously questions the notion that racism is taught. In this post, I will attempt to demonstrate that the propensity for racism is intrinsic to human nature. That is why even after society has successfully demonized this behaviour, it will never truly go away.

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Why Women Should (but probably won't) rule the world (2 of 2)

The successful female is genetically hazardous to her own species.

Here's an interesting question: Who runs the cameras that filmed this?
As we were discussing in the previous post, Sasha Fierce, aka Beyoncé Knowles seems to have some pretty misplaced conceptions about who runs the world. So we decided to ask the question (hypothetically), why can't women run the world? We covered the first five of what I believe to be the top ten of those reasons. In this post, I cover the top five. If you thought the previous post on this issue was a doozy, then hang on to your stockings. This one really bites.

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Why Women Should (but probably won't) Rule The World (1 of 2)

Inequality is a necessity while equality is merely a pacifying concept.


Beyoncé wishes.

I could tell you why men rule the world, but then I'd just be insulting your intelligence. A more intriguing question to ask is, why is it that women don't rule the world? No, really. With all the power that they wield over men, why is it that women don't already rule the world? Men have ruled the world from the dawn of civilization. With all the amazing things that are going on for women, (education, equality, etc.). It's not exactly impossible is it? Well, you may be surprised.