Frances Cress Welsing





Frances Cress Welsing


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The Isis Papers: The Keys t...

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“Most important, Black males must help one another to understand that they are being led by the dynamic of white supremacy to inflict extreme damage upon themselves, one another and ultimately the Black race. Black males must understand that, contrary to what is said, the war being conducted in urban centers is not against drugs but against Black males- for the purpose of white genetic survival.”
Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors

“Melanin is the black pigment which permits skins to appear other than white (black, brown, red and yellow). Melanin pigment coloration is the norm for the hue-man family. If there are non-white readers who disagree with this presentation of white rejection of the white-skinned self, may I refer you to the literature on the currently developing sun-tanning parlors.”
Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors

“The destruction of Black males now is indirect, so that the Black male victims themselves can be led to participate in - and then be blamed for- their own mass deaths.”
Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors