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message 1: by Faye (new)

Faye Ellis All I have to say to you is the woman is opened minded and is able to see things that you as the one who is on the inside looking out can not see. I feel as though she is right on target and the truth hurts. Of course she may offend some people but this book was not meant to please those that she speaks derogatory about."I wouldn't agree either if I were you." I see you got highly upset about the penis thing. That must have really hit home with you. Get some EXTEND and pray that it works.Don't hate on those (black men) who are blessed in that area. You call this book funny beause you are laughing to keep from crying. As far as mental health counselors being unstable themselves. I bet if it was not for us, many of your family and friends would be in mental hospitals or walking the streets out of their minds. Maybe even you!!!


message 2: by Cwn_annwn_13 (new)

Cwn_annwn_13 Well just the fact that you take this book serious and claim to be a Counselor supports my statement that there are a lot of unbalanced people working in the mental health field.

Her bizarre visions of white cocks everywhere didn't upset me. I found them to be laugh out loud funny. I bet she sees big white dicks in the clouds when she gazes into the sky. And just so you know my penis is quite long, virile and active. Just don't tell Welsing that or that crazy horny old bat will start stalking me.


message 3: by Faye (last edited May 15, 2011 04:14PM) (new)

Faye Ellis You just confirmed that my mission was accomplished!!!
By the way, I haven't even read the book yet.


message 4: by Cwn_annwn_13 (new)

Cwn_annwn_13 Faye wrote: "You just confirmed that my mission was accomplished!!!
By the way, I haven't even read the book yet."


Then you shouldn't be commenting on it if you haven't even read it. Welsing is a nutjob and a Freudian delight to say the least.


message 5: by Faye (new)

Faye Ellis You don't know if i read it or not. I tell you nuts anythings. Thats what she is talking about, how you nuts think you know everything and do not know anything and stop writing me because I was not talking to u no damn way. don't waste your time responding because all response will be deleted not read....


message 6: by Cwn_annwn_13 (new)

Cwn_annwn_13 Ha ha! Faye you admitted you hadn't read it in the third post from the top. Read your own damn posts! And I second what Gobnait said. Get help because you obviously have mental problems.


message 7: by Gideon (new)

Gideon Well, I just got through reading the book and I really enjoyed it. A scientific approach to counter racism is a great strategey. The book is fine with me.


message 8: by Anaree (new)

Anaree Angel m not surprised a European has something negative to write about facts presented by a Black African. U ppl have a long history of destroying the things u do not understand, If a white person had wrote u wud take as truth. hypocrite!


message 9: by Deborah (new)

Deborah Hawkins-wright WTW!!!!


message 10: by Karensa (new)

Karensa Pahahahahaha gags. Well now I have to read it but I want someone else's copy as I don't like to spend money on kooky.


message 11: by Aaron (new)

Aaron Wilson the book hit spot on in my opinion....the examples of racism are pretty solid. The examples have been played and replayed throughout history. So much of our thinking is subconscious and when we start to chip away at the programming by racist white society, we see how much our minds have been hijacked. Those who have a problem with this book are suffering from cognitive dissonance, and probably still believe in jesus even though...aw hell just read the book and do some of your own research instead of going based on what you already have been PROGRAMMED TO THINK.


message 12: by Chris (new)

Chris Coursey This book is dope


message 13: by Holly (new)

Holly I respect your perspective and review. However, I learned only a few years ago that many of the symbols around us architecture are sexualized using phallic symbols for example. You can look at a certain coin and some monuments and see that. But I never noticed it until it was pointed out to me.


message 14: by Brotha (new)

Brotha Rolz @cwn_you are delusional and i can tell by your energy and your comments that you were trying to find something wrong w/ the read/book. Nothing's wrong w/ the book...just ya mind. Ya mind is immature...this read was too much for you little boy..


message 15: by Melanie (new)

Melanie While this book may be subjective... it does have many very strong points, and they DO interlink with many other references in our society that typically are 'just accepted', yet not explained Your review is only pointing out your ignorance in not just American culture but in others as well.


message 16: by Monique (new)

Monique Jackson This book is excellent for counter racist studies


message 17: by Matthia (new)

Matthia Of course you wouldn't get it. No surprise there


message 18: by Matthia (new)

Matthia Not meant for you


message 19: by Anella (new)

Anella Uh. Any white person who worries that white people won’t exist someday is racist, in my opinion. Who cares if white people don’t exist someday? That’s literally the last thing I worry about.


message 20: by Philly (new)

Philly Baby i’m w anella - this man sounds like a racist lol i think it’s a very telling position we’re in: 2019, the racists are reading our texts


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