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Re: Halle Berry a Black Woman BAR NONE!
Posted By: Nzingha In Response To: Halle Berry, poor image of a Black Woman (Candice)
Date: 17, April 02, at 4:18 p.m.
In Response To: Halle Berry, poor image of a Black Woman (Candice)
Halle Berry is more of a Black woman than most Black women or men. She has spoken out against racism more than Blacks with 2 black parents. This is especially notable seeing that her Black father was out of the picture, and when he did come in the picture he was a sorry, trifling, excuse for a male, with no real 'manhood' in sight. If Halle had judged black men from his pathetic carcass, she would never want to date one. Not only is she a Black woman but her white mother has more of a truthful spirit than the bulk of willie lynched Blacks in that Halle has testified that her mother stated with regard to what ethnic lineage Halle should embrace, 'look in the mirror and what do you see?' Halle stated, 'a brown girl' Her mother said, 'then that's how the world will treat you, so that is what you are to refer to yourself as i.e a Black person.'
Her mother possessed this beautiful mentality while simultaneously you have Blacks with such low to no esteem that they are 'bleaching the black' off of them seeking to be accepted by the white oppressor. So don't talk to me about Halle being anything but a 'sista' in the truest form. Not only that, only blacks can show themselves of a mindset so willie lynched that they themselves are the first to denigrate blackness while elevating whiteness or the closest thing thereof. Always have been that way and always will be bar some miracle on the minds of those willing to be set free from this psychotic mindset. Bottom line, go for it Halle because truth be told black males will knock over and trample 10 'natural' africoid featured women just to get next to you.
As for 'Black beauty' standards, bleaching is wrong period! It's not a matter of 'just trying to be beautiful' it is solely a matter of 'i'm ashamed of my natural black hue, and want to turn as light as can be.' You would think in the heart of the 'motherland' itself where Black is the majority of people this madness wouldn't be pervasive but it is so bad that not only are black males forcing their women to bleach themselves with 'banned' dangerous product to lighten their skin, but males and females are using clorox bleach, hot perm hair relaxer, and other dangerous, deadly products in an attempt to bleach the black off of them as they have been taught to be ashamed of themselves and their color. They are aware that the albino euros mock them and so do all people of color including blacks of america and other regions. So let's just can that 'oh it's a choice of beauty' it is not!
The fact of the matter is, most africans and blacks are mentally enslaved to whiteness and seek to conform at all cost. It is Blacks fault for not having an ounce of self-respect. Instead of them over there loving and embracing themselves they are instead oppressing their women, and fantasizing about a white woman. So those opposed to Halle Berry who with white mother and all, loves her 'brown/black' should quit lying to themselves. As said, Go Halle you are a together true BLACK 'sista' more than many so-called 'sistas' and 'bruthas'. As a matter of fact, Halle speaks out more against discrimination and rampant racism than any black actor/actress in Hollywood.
As for 'hair' 'weaves, wigs, and perms', that is a matter of choice and we Black women look good no matter what way we wear our hair. If it weren't for black males dogging and mocking young black women who wear weaves, wigs, black 'africoid' women would have a greater esteem about themselves about such matters. As for why we perm our hair its simply because it looks good permed. It's our unique creation from time immemorial. Even the Black/Khemite women of ancient Egypt wore 'wigs, and pressed their hair' and no one can tell me these women who had world prominence and were considered the 'most beautiful women in the world' did it because they wanted to look like a pack of stringy haired savage pale girls being dragged around in caves.
What it is is this, black males need to keep out of women affairs when it comes to 'cosmetic' beauty. Ancient Black/AFrican Egyptian women wore make-up and beautified themselves with oils and olays and anything that worked. See then when Black women are doing it, this is the TRUE tradition we are following, but to teach black women that it is because of 'shame' of woolly hair is wrong.
That's just the nature of women we like make-up and being able to alter our hairstyles and the such, so no male has a right to judge our intent in changing our natural hairdos. For the record, white girls wear wigs, hair-pieces, perms, and nowadays 'braids' like unto black women. No one, especially black males have ever accused them of 'hating' their whiteness and wanting to be something other than what they are. This is an unique 'evil' left for black males who would not date a black woman with 'woolly' hair in the first place. As said, they like them white or one chromosone away and they have sent that message 'loud and clear' throughout black america, and wherever else blackness abides. So cut the crap with this 'get back to blackness.' The Black woman is the least ones to get away from it, and those that do do it, because admittedly they are ashamed of their africoidness, is because Blacks themselves have made them ashamed by adhering to euro concept of beauty. It could not have thrived without black participation. Many a little black skinned daily taunted girl in any black area can tell you that.
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