- Lyndon B. Johnson
Racism gives a poor white person a sense of pride and worth, something a deprived person desperately craves. But also frustration and anger when everything tells you that you are still trash, even compared to a lot of the people who are supposed to be “lower” than you. Instead of directing that anger at the actual source for your deprivation (capitalism), you direct it at groups of people who are in fact largely in the same position as you. You’ve been divided and conquered.
i go so hard for black girls with colored hair especially because i know they are being judged for it and people are forming opinions about them such as ‘she wanna be white’ …’she don’t love herself’ …’she a ghetto ass ratchet ass bitch!’….’she too dark for that color!’ ….’hahhaaha hood rat!’ while the white girls are being seen as ‘cool’ and ‘eclectic’ for it.