ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN SKIN-COLOR RACISM

 

 

ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN SKIN-COLOR RACISM

The pigmented Africans who traveled to Northern Europe 45,000 years ago slowly lost their melanin skin color over 20,000 years. Since ones culture determines the way people view themselves and therefore think and behave, perhaps, in the process and over time, they became alienated from their Collective Unconsciousness (i.e. ancestral memory bank of African experiences and wisdom). Such a turning away from their own humanity and being in a harsh climate no doubt caused philosophical changes in which most elected to operate out of their Brute Brains—as indicated by their hatred of anyone unlike them (and even of themselves). In my Orthopaedic Surgical practice, certain European patients were proud of how long and intensely they hated someone(s)—and not just limited to Black People—and a few said it was for no reason! Nevertheless, most early societies in European history treated different skin-colored people (e.g. Albinos) as divine spirits who possessed certain Supernatural powers. Yet many of the rest considered those same “different” people as strange, inferior, to be feared, and to be hated. One reason was they (e.g. the Indo-Aryan culture), were xenophobic (fearful of strangers). Whereas African matriarchy cultures deemed women to be on a social and dignity par with men, the warring northern Europeans had a patriarchy (males harshly dominating women) and by 1900 BC overpowered southern matriarchies. Much before 800 BC they racialized the Hindu spiritual system of India, which had been set up by the Dravidians (Ethiopians or Cushite) into a religious caste system based upon skin color. The Rig Veda (the Aryan sacred Hindu text) describes white as associated with Brahma, the priest (the Aryans); red, the administrators and the military; yellow, the mercantile and agricultural caste; and black, the lowest and for the Sudras (Dravidians, called the “Untouchables”) for purposes of humiliation and degradation. Aryans said the Sudras’ shadow polluted the earth; women’s intellect has little weight; and Ancient Greece and Italy’s xenophobia meant killing a ‘weird’ visiting stranger was not a crime.

Aristotle (389-332 BC) said those “too Black” (e.g. the Egyptians and Ethiopeans) are cowards (apparently because they were a peaceful people) and those excessively white are also cowards (e.g. woman). Christians also had skin color racism, as shown in their myth (given as fact) of the curse of Ham.  Such racist ideology all over the European world accounts for the racial world conspiracy as vital to their intent to conquer the world. Meanwhile, demeaning women, at the hands of European males, persisted in full force. Although Diana (Jana, an Ethiopian) and Isis (Auset, an Egyptian) were revered all over Europe, Diana was particularly attacked by Christians, who labeled her Queen of Witches; the Gospels demanded destruction of all aspects of her cults. Christianity was bothered by the Black Moors’ connection with Blackness (which Christians feared), and by the fact that they were often ruled by women.  In C15, after developing the GUN fashioned by the Arabs in 1304, Europeans went about annihilating hundreds of millions of Colored Peoples around the world. They justified this by a Supernatural claim of their victims being inferior and thus expendable. Yet, simply seeing the profoundly advanced civilizations and cultures of the Colored Peoples they devastated (e.g. Africans sleeping in gold beds while these warriors were still crouching around fires eating raw meat) caused European males profound Inferiority Complex sense to explode.

Among other dismantling of ones Selfhood structure, an Inferiority Complex mindset (self-attacks on ones thinking abilities, self-worth and/or self-value, with its deep seated unhappiness) is about a feeling of gross inadequacy and compounded when there is shame in sexual matters (as discussed by Dove, J. Black Studies, 1998). Such self-hatred directs attacks in ways that tear others down as a means of getting some relief from how bad one feels about oneself.  Many experts say the shamed person(s) Over-compensate (engage in exaggerated conflict efforts to conceal the “Raw Nerve” causing their sense of weakness). Such can be inferred by European males’ sexual, gender, and racial aggressions directed toward women and Black males. It is also inferred by their Projection Method—i.e. the hurling onto a scapegoat (a peaceful individual/group) some “ugly” aspect taken out of their own bad character in order to make it seem as if it is only the victim who has that “ugly” trait. jabaileymd.com