Discussion in 'IntroSpectrum' started by BLACKANGEL, Feb 2, 2007.
yal should post up camrons bio its very inspirational
Time well tell.
You're forgetting the micronation is choice.
People with a deversity mind set will choose derversity micronations.
Observation by skin color is how people self-identify. That's just how the sociopolitical world is. To say other wise is a flatout lie. I will not lie. However, I will not only change this Historical thought process but also shed a mainstream light on the scientific studies as well. And again Not every mirconation is Racially devided. It's All choice based on the mental of the people. My mirconation is Kind of like a BF skinner utopia box experiment. Only i'm conducting a psychological experiment on race, culture, and how to break down these barriers, because I believe Suppressing them isn't healthy.
The final goal is to bring everyone back to Derversity eventually. However, This can't be done unless the world is disbanded into micronations. Not everyone is about deversity today we have a alot of isolationism. Therefore, there is no better pychological way to Break down racial barriers than to create isolationism.
Lets be honest alot of races are still racist, and have a historical resentment toward one another because of slavery in america. there is no better way to break this process than to restart intergration but only this time by choice in a peaceful matter. it's like starting over only with new biological types.
You will never know me. You will judge me.
but you will never know me.
I know what I'm dealing with
If only that were generally true.
A color blind world Would be nice.
Know you don't.
However, I do believe you should be preparing a Lyme thread for march.
It may not be real, but it does exist.
it isn't real, but it's real in its effects
menaz...how many races are there? what are the characteristics of each?
There are many races today. They all blend together. However, that is biologically speaking. Not the soical concept. But I question it since races keep genetically reproducing new individuals they may differ genetically among themselves. Therefore, creating evolutionary process between races.
My concept theory is working with the whole social concept here.
In my concept theory I will deal with the characteristics of race by...
skin color, hair texture, facial features, self-identification, and genes.
until biological meaning is null & void to social concept. My theory will
isolate this social concept of race, Until they understand race is Biologically
meaningless and return peacefully back to diverse Mirconations. Thus, Killing two brids with one stone. concept of slavery and racial hate.
As is right now..
I'll remember race doesn't exist the next time the Race card is being played. LOL That would be funny in a Drumhead trial.
Lawyer: You can't play the race card, because race doesn't exist. LOL
Mr. king wasn't beaten for being black skinned, because race doesn't exist.LOL Hate speech & hate crimes, they don't exist. LOL
NICE SAVE BY THE WAY.
what, no list? no characteristics associated with each?
good luck with all of this
Menaz, ever read Joseph Graves' (I met him, bitches!) The Race Myth? Biologically speaking, for a race to exist there must be 1.) geographical isolation (which has never occurred historically, except in Australia and even so, it was not nearly long enough for any RACIAL differences to manifest) and 2.) 20% difference between one subspecies and another (the current highest percentage is maybe 2%).
Id.X, I want a copy of that doc. I saw it awhile back... but I'm getting old; my memory is not so good.=]
Have a nice weekend, everyone. I know I won't...
That being said, don't party too hearty.
like i said, I can upload it though that might take me forever.
if interested i can mail it to you. they're avi files and you'll have to play them on your computer (with the right codecs), but they're great quality for only being 700mb
let me know
One of America’s greatest black writers, Richard Wright was also among the first African American writers to achieve literary fame and fortune, but his reputation has less to do with the color of his skin than with the superb quality of his work. He was born and spent the first years of his life on a plantation, not far from the affluent city of Natchez on the Mississippi River, but his life as the son of an illiterate sharecropper was far from affluent. Though he spent only a few years of his life in Mississippi, those years would play a key role in his two most important works: Native Son, a novel, and his autobiography, Black Boy.
Richard Wright was born on a plantation near Natchez, Mississippi, on September 4, 1908. His father, Nathaniel, was an illiterate sharecropper and his mother, Ella Wilson, was a well-educated school teacher. The family’s extreme poverty forced them to move to Memphis when Richard was six years old. Soon after, his father left the family for another woman and his mother was forced to work as a cook in order to support the family. Richard briefly stayed in an orphanage during this period as well. His mother became ill while living in Memphis, so the family moved to Jackson, Mississippi, and lived with Ella’s mother.
Richard’s grandmother, a devout Seventh Day Adventist, enrolled him in a Seventh Day Adventist school near Jackson at the age of twelve. He also attended a local public school for a few years. In the spring of 1924 the Southern Register, a local black newspaper, printed his first story, “The Voodoo of Hell’s Half Acre.” From 1925 to 1927, he worked several menial jobs in Jackson and Memphis. During this time he continued writing and discovered the works of H.L. Mencken, Theodore Dreiser, and Sinclair Lewis.
In 1927 he moved to Chicago, where he became a Post Office clerk until the Great Depression forced him to take on various temporary positions. During this time he became involved with the Communist Party, writing articles and stories for both the Daily Worker and New Masses. In April 1931 he published his first major story, “Superstition,” in Abbot’s Monthly.
His ties to the Communist Party continued after moving to New York in 1937. He became the Harlem editor of the Daily Worker and helped edit a short-lived literary magazine, New Challenge. In 1938 four of his stories were collected as Uncle Tom’s Children. He then received a Guggenheim Fellowship, which allowed him to complete his first novel, Native Son (1940). In 1939, he married Dhimah Rose Meadman, a white dancer, but the two separated shortly thereafter. In 1941, he married Ellen Poplar, a white member of the Communist Party, and they had two daughters, Julia in 1942 and Rachel in 1949.
In 1944 he broke with the Communist Party but continued to follow liberal ideologies. After moving to Paris in 1946, Wright became friends with Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus while going through an Existentialist phase best depicted by his second novel, The Outsiders (1953). In 1954 he published a minor novel, Savage Holiday. After becoming a French citizen in 1947, he continued to travel throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa, and these experiences led to a number of nonfiction works.
In his last years, he was plagued by illness (aerobic dysentary) and financial hardship. Throughout this period he wrote approximately 4,000 English Haikus (some of which were recently published for the first time) and another novel, The Long Dream, in 1958. He also prepared another collection of short stories, Eight Men, which was published after his death on November 28, 1960.
Among his other works are two autobiographies. Black Boy, published in 1945, covered his youth in the segregated South, and American Hunger, published posthumously in 1977, treated his membership and disillusionment with the Communist Party.
Many of Wright’s works failed to satisfy the rigid standards of the New Criticism, but his evolution as a writer has interested readers throughout the world. The importance of his works comes not from his technique and style, but from the impact his ideas and attitudes have had on American life. Wright is seen as a seminal figure in the black revolution that followed his earliest novels. Bigger Thomas, the central figure of Native Son, is a murderer, but his situation galvanized the thought of black leaders toward the desire to confront the world and help shape the future of their race.
As his vision of the world extended beyond the U.S., his quest for solutions expanded to include the politics and economics of emerging third world nations. Wright’s development was marked by an ability to respond to the currents of the social and intellectual history of his time. His most significant contribution, however, was his desire to accurately portray blacks to white readers, thereby destroying the white myth of the patient, humorous, subservient black man.
I've read the race myth. I've already stated this, it's apart of my theory if you read you would know that. You're looking at this ALL WRONG. That guy is right in the since of Biology and DNA. However, He is totally wrong in the sense of soical concept. Which is what my Concept theory is dealing with. I am however, taking the Scientific apporach on biology to be Accurate as possible. I doing something that has never been done before. I'm giving this world another chance to make wrongs right. While also changing mindsets on soical concept.
How can he be totally wrong when he's a sociologist?
but he obviously doesn't account for racial mindsets.
therefore he is wrong. Unless speaking scientifically on biological DNA.
My theory is realistic. Wether it will work is a matter of opinion.
nobody said he was TOTALLY WRONG! WOW, comprehend much?
What do you mean racial mindsets.
You said he was "totally wrong."
Just like a women to start Manipulating lies when reality has dealt her defeat.
If you don't know what I mean by racial mindsets. You have no business even in this thread. LOL! WOW!
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