How Black must a Black be to be called Black ?

#1
When I was in the US Army I saw something I thought strange.

A White was someone who was 100% white and a Black was someone who was 99% white.
And they squealed - "But I have my Black culture and whitey has dissed ma race" or some nonsense like that.

Thank God that Mr Obama is not born of those whinging American Blacks but an American White and a Foreign Black.

I do not know who Mr Obama's grand-father's or grand-mother's were but from what I can understand he is a 50/50 mix.

This makes him white. Or black. Depends on your point of view.
 
#2
smallbore said:
When I was in the US Army I saw something I thought strange.

A White was someone who was 100% white and a Black was someone who was 99% white.
And they squealed - "But I have my Black culture and whitey has dissed ma race" or some nonsense like that.

Thank God that Mr Obama is not born of those whinging American Blacks but an American White and a Foreign Black.

I do not know who Mr Obama's grand-father's or grand-mother's were but from what I can understand he is a 50/50 mix.

This makes him white. Or black. Depends on your point of view.
Barack Obama can be anything you want him to be. He's the Magic Negro.
 
#3
ctauch said:
ronnie12398 said:
smallbore said:
When I was in the US Army I saw something I thought strange.

A White was someone who was 100% white and a Black was someone who was 99% white.
And they squealed - "But I have my Black culture and whitey has dissed ma race" or some nonsense like that.

Thank God that Mr Obama is not born of those whinging American Blacks but an American White and a Foreign Black.

I do not know who Mr Obama's grand-father's or grand-mother's were but from what I can understand he is a 50/50 mix.

This makes him white. Or black. Depends on your point of view.
Barack Obama can be anything you want him to be. He's the Magic Negro.
And you sing the Barack the Magic Negro to the tune of Puff The Magic Dragon.

Barack is as black as his wife wants him to be!
Michelle Obama is blacker than a nightmare. Blacker than the lowest steps of Hell.
 
#5
A black man walks into a bar with a parrot on his shoulder. The bartender says "Hey, where did you get that?'' The parrot says "Africa, there's millions of 'em over there".
 
#6
smallbore said:
When I was in the US Army I saw something I thought strange.

A White was someone who was 100% white and a Black was someone who was 99% white.
And they squealed - "But I have my Black culture and whitey has dissed ma race" or some nonsense like that.

Thank God that Mr Obama is not born of those whinging American Blacks but an American White and a Foreign Black.

I do not know who Mr Obama's grand-father's or grand-mother's were but from what I can understand he is a 50/50 mix.

This makes him white. Or black. Depends on your point of view.
The subject should be rewritten from:
"How Black must a Black be to be called Black ?"
To:
"When is a Black accepted by niggers?"

That is in essence what you are asking. You see those "blacks" that don't accept Obama also don't accept social norms and take pride on dwelling in the past as an excuse for not achieving. Those same blacks hate other successful blacks such as Thomas Sowell, Walter E Williams, Justice Thomas, Condi Rice, etc... It doesn't matter to them what side of the aisle they stand on if they "ain't down fer da struggle they ain't black".

Last check Thomas, Rice, Keys, ect... are far darker then the Bama and his women and have been outcasts from the black community far longer then the Bama.
 
#7
Oh Dear,oh dear, pull up a burning cross fellas, let me hang your ghost suits up. :roll: :arrow: :arrow: straight to the arrsehole I would have thought
 
#8
Is it wakey wakey or night night time in the good auld United States of Hate every @unt?
 
#10
Lighten up good choice of word, Urban75 I have never heard of sorry, I could Google it but well why should I. I am sure one of you guys will cut and paste it for me.

Time and place if its a bit of a laugh post this in the NAAFI then we can all say what we think of it, but every morning at dark o clock Multination HQ is full of hate mail USA. Are there no sites on that side of the pond which allows you slag off the rest of your population?
 
#11
Black is a state of mind. If you want to be black then you can be... even if you are white.
 
#12
chocolate_frog said:
Black is a state of mind. If you want to be black then you can be... even if you are white.
no white people who act black are Wiggas... even most white people find those annoying.
black people who act white are treated just as bad.

race shouldnt matter but it does, that just the way things are.
 
#13
I served with a load of black guys and trust me it did not matter what colour they were they were just the same as us, I liked some and disliked other, not because they were black but because they were knobs. I also served with loads of white guys again some good, some bad not a colour thing but human nature you just don't like some people.

But to say all blacks are intellectually inferior, white men can't jump or black men all have big dicks just shows how ignorant supposed intelligent people can be in the 21st century.
 
#15
smallbore said:
When I was in the US Army I saw something I thought strange.

A White was someone who was 100% white and a Black was someone who was 99% white.
If that is true, there is a similar thing going on in England. Some people born here who can recall (or know of) a single forebearer who was Scottish, Irish or Welsh tend to emphasise that connection. I suppose it makes them feel all exotic or something (as a guess).

However I expect that you are alluding to something else. If so, why not just state the gripe clearly?
 

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#16
Perturbed said:
If that is true, there is a similar thing going on in England. Some people born here who can recall (or know of) a single forebearer who was Scottish, Irish or Welsh tend to emphasise that connection. I suppose it makes them feel all exotic or something (as a guess).
I think the word that's evading you is 'cnut.'
 
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#17
Scottish and exotic?


I'm sort of stuck for words at the moment. I'll go and have a brew.
 
#18
This is actually an interesting if prickly thread.
I think the problem is the use of the word 'black' I find this term for labelling anyone who isn't pale and freckly completely racist in its sweeping lumping together of different races and peoples.
To lump chinese people together with people from say nigeria as a grouping of 'black' is completely ridiculous.
As for people in America calling themselves 'African Americans' this is completely irritating as it doesn't possibly express sufficient loyalty to the 'here and now' and the country they live in, and perhaps they have never even been to Africa, but it does better describe their racial origins.
I have always been intrigued by the often subtle facial differences between different racial groups and have always enquired about the location of peoples racial origins- I always found it fascinating to spot a slavic jawline and enquire and maybe hear the story about grandma Lewandowski and the nazi soldier...
or find out that Pasi Nyamangara is actually from the Shona tribe in South Africa.
'Black' is such a disappointing word.
Black has in turn over the past few decades been hailed as a badge of honour- it's not- then a racist slur-possibly.
It's too broad a brush as a description of people though. It disregards heritiage and culture and race and tribe and mix.
I believe that England is the least racist country in the world. We find ethnicity and origin a matter of interest and yet if we express that interest everyone panics and becomes defensive and assumes that we are racist.
So we don't ask about people's origins and family's background and their heritage- we, and they, call them 'black' instead and avoid the issue.
I don't. I don't call anyone 'black'.
Because to my mind the term 'black' ignores the individual's story and because of that is the real 'racist'.
A person's racial and cultural background is a part of the information we should be at ease having about them at the start of knowing them. It's not all the story as in 'black'- just some of it- but we should be as unembarresed and interested about it as they should be proud of their heritage.
 
#20
actiontoday said:
This is actually an interesting if prickly thread.e.
I don't. I don't call anyone 'black'.
...

Because to my mind the term 'black' ignores the individual's story and because of that is the real 'racist'.
...
No more so than "white". That also ignores a shed load of different tribal, ethnic, racial differences. Well TBH a little more so as there is more DNA difference between all the "black" people than there is amongst "white" people. I guess it depends upon how pedantic you want to go.
 

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