Irony of the Slave
"MEN LIKE BLONDE BOMBSHELLS: Blonde hair changes with age, notes Dr Kanazawa. Typically, young girls with light blonde hair become women with brown hair.
So blonde hair is a signal of youth* and men who attempt to mate with blondes are unconsciously seeking younger, more healthy women."
A short while back on the Narrative, I did a piece debunking some myths about black women. I brought up a quick point about how when POC like Kanazawa here throw themselves at white people and proclaim the white aesthetic to be superior, they don't seem to realize that they've just accepted the role of being "less." They're so caught up in the thrill of rolling with the supposed king that they don't stop to notice they're not the ones wearing the vaunted crown.
And POC like Dr. Satoshi Kanazawa don't just end things at white worship, mind you; they take it a step further with black devaluation. They spit on one to impress the other. And the reason they spit on black, whether they accept it or not, traces its roots back to the enslavement of Africans. In other words, they reject the slave to appease the king. The irony here, of course, is the moment POC like Kanazawa roll over and accept white superiority of their own free will, they enslave themselves.
To be honest, I'm not surprised we're seeing more and more of this now. There seems to be this agenda of the West to remind Asians that they're not white, can never be white, are less than white, but must never forget to worship white. And it's not "white" folks who are saying this...no, no...stuff like this appears to conveniently come out of the mouths of Asians themselves.
Now, for those of our Asian siblings shuddering and recoiling in horror...don't. Black people have been there, done that, and burned the T-shirt; we know this routine like the back of our hands (Happy Belated Birthday, X!!!). We'll go over the manual with you page by page, line by line.
And just for fun:
Asians, we're all family here: POC like Kanazawa are House Negroes - pure and simple. Hell, because folks like Kanazawa are paid to do what they do, you can even call them "Rented Negroes" - take your pick. They're just here to remind you that even though you're the ones technically running shit right now, you're still supposed to kow-tow to them, and not so much as fart without their permission...much less wipe them off the face of the earth if they take the wrong tone with you.
This is simply slavery 2.0, revamped and remodeled for the 21st Century and geared towards maintaining white hegemony, without ever having to lift a finger. I mean, why use real chains when you can slap on invisible ones?
Back to Black
It is very interesting to note that, even though black women are objectively less physically attractive than other women, black women (and men) subjectively consider themselves to be far more physically attractive than others.Heheheheheheheheheh...some folks got up in arms about this statement, but quite frankly it amused the hell outta Moi. This right here tells me that shit is going according to plan. We are right on schedule. This right here means that once again, we haven't been broken. Folks have talked shit to us for centuries, and now they're realizing they should've just saved their breath. It doesn't mean a damn thing. Yeah, it annoys us every now and again, but ultimately, it doesn't mean a goddamn thing. We're the shit and we know it. Ain't a damn thing gonna change that.
~ "Dr." Satoshi Kanazawa
As I return to the dating world here in H-Town, I've started hearing a certain old line again and again. In addition to being hit on left and right by men - black and non-black - I'm hearing the usual, "I'm not usually into black women, but...." One guy (non-black) that I was seeing briefly was browsing through his Facebook and scratching his head as he showed me how all of his ex-girlfriends (including the mother of the only child he was willing to have) were black. He claimed he didn't have a thing for black women, but I had to laugh aloud because that's pretty much all I saw him with.
Some black women may be apprehensive in such situations, but the thing is, you just have to take a few things into account and then translate. If this is a person who appreciates every inch of you and has a long history of dating womenfolk who look just like you, you're most likely in the clear. So when someone like this - male or female - says "I'm not usually into black women, but...," what they mean is, "I think I'm not supposed to be into black women...all my life I've been told not to be, but in spite of all that, I am, and I fail to see what the big deal is anyway."
*Funny story: the lil sis was in cosmetology school right before we left Appalachia. One of the first things she learned - at a practically all-white school - was that blond hair is incomplete. It's missing outer layers present in black, brown, and red hair which, of course, are brutally stripped during bleaching. So in order to make their hair look good, even natural blondes have to regularly "tweak" their hair color in order to avoid the "dead hair" look. Now, this wasn't news to Moi, but I found amusing as hell that contrary to Kanazawa's supposition, natural blond hair is symbol of "incompleteness" to cosmetologists, not youth and health.