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Re: Halle Berry is a Negro?!
Posted By: Ra_Scienz In Response To: Re: Halle Berry is a Negro?! (Black Egyptian)
Date: 30, July 07, at 12:02 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Halle Berry is a Negro?! (Black Egyptian)
>>Halle Berry is not a negro. She is part negroid and caucasoid. >>A negro is pure blooded. Negroes are the Direct descemdants >>of the PUUUUUUUURE black peoples of East African known as >>the niloctic ppl.
Actually, the term "Negro" was generally implied to mean slaves and their immediate mostly West African descendants. This was regarded as those with "fleshy" lips & curly hair. This precise argument has especially been used to denote the presumed[albeit untrue] non-Negro being of the semi-ancient "Hamitic" peoples which helped to ignite East African civilization.
The term "full-blooded" in relation to "Negroes" is a loaded term in itself which ignores the at-least partial central African/Saharan descendancy of the Africans that migrated outwards from there in pre-history.
>>...There are four levels of blackness
>>1)nilotics (original blacks)
>>3)Descendants/ Offsprings of African descent born abroad
Given that you link "Negroes" with "West Africans" in #2, it's interesting that you previously linked "Negro" with "full-blooded", which SHOULD then make "Negro" synonymous with #1(original blacks) by your preceding statement.
>>inconclusion Halle Berry is not a negro and she is not black >>she's half. if both of her parents were black shed be
If that were true there would be no such person as an albino[or any other hue of person] in existence today.
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