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Stop Racism - I Love Black People

Updated on December 26, 2014

Racism and Mental Illnesses

This lens is a homage to black people.

It condemns the cruel racism afflicted upon them that marked human history with pain, proving how ridiculous the idea of hating black people is. Black people helped our world become a better place with their courage, their spiritual superiority, and their extraordinary talents.

Humanity must be grateful for their existence and accept them as members of the human race with no race discrimination.

Racism is the result of the invasion of the absurd content of the primitive side of the human conscience into the human conscience of those who hate black people. Whatever is absurd and cruel in the human behavior has its origin in the absurdity of the anti-conscience, which is our wild, violent, immoral and cruel conscience.

Black people are as intelligent as white people. Racism is pure craziness and must be treated like all mental illnesses. This can be done through dream therapy, since the unconscious mind that produces our dreams works like a psychotherapist. All dream images contain precious messages that cure the human mind from the absurdity imposed by the anti-conscience.

Violence and Cruelty

The Roots of Human Absurdity

Human history is marked by cruelty. Various barbarous weapons, tortures, wars, and many destructions provoked by terrorism prove that the human race is basically irrational and violent.

We are dangerous primates with a tiny human conscience. This is why our depressed population cannot find peace and happiness. Hate is a terrible poison that destroys the human heart. It also destroys the entire world with its harmful actuation.

Racism is violence and cruelty against those who have a dark skin only because the racist becomes idiotic when the anti-conscience controls his behavior. Those who show hate against another human being only because of the color of his skin cannot but be considered absurd.

Hatred against anyone is the result of the domination of the anti-conscience into the human conscience. There is nothing human in the anti-conscience's nature. It is a wild animal that can think, but has no sensitivity. Its rationalism is absurd, and it doesn't respect moral principles. The human being becomes a true monster when he is dominated by his primitive nature.

The barbarity against black people during the time of the Brazilian colonization by the Portuguese gives us the most shocking proves of the human insanity. The barbarity of racist organizations like the Ku-Klux-Klan in the United States is another shocking evidence of the depth of human evilness.

Even though racism is today condemned by many people and the black population managed to achieve better social positions, cruelty and sadism against black people is still a shocking truth. Africans live under poverty. The same happens to their descendents, living in various countries of the world.

Until today the prejudice against black people oblige them to face various humiliations. They don't have the same opportunities of the white population, and they are not treated with the same respect.

However, the truth is that black people are very talented, and their suffering for so many years is totally unfair. The racist attitude is barbarous and ridiculous. We must put a definitive end to racism on Earth.

This miracle will happen only when everyone will get rid of the poisonous influence of their anti-conscience, when craziness and despair will stop characterizing our civilization, and when everyone will be sensitive and humble. Only wisdom and compassion can completely eliminate cruelty and absurdity.

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The Sad History of Capoeira Angola

The African Heroes

Capoeira appeared in Brazil in the XVI century, when the Portuguese, who had discovered and colonized this country, brought Africans there from Angola, which was also their colony, in order to make them to work on the Brazilian lands, planting coffee and sugar cane.

The Portuguese were barbarous with the poor Africans, who were their slaves, and had no right to fight in any way.

Everything was forbidden to them.

The slaves were always trying to find ways to survive under such cruelty, besides desperately trying to escape and live freely again. The tortures they had to bear were humiliating and painful. They lost their dignity and pride, living revolted and sad.

At the same time, they tried to accept their tragic destiny and courageously continue their difficult march, without knowing what else they could do in the tragic situation they were in.

Since they were forbidden to fight with each other and practice the techniques of fighting, which could be very dangerous for the Portuguese colonizers, the African slaves, who used to dance following their religious rituals, created a secret fighting game, which they camouflaged with dancing movements.

While supposedly following the rhythm of their music and dancing, the black slaves were in fact fighting with each other in a covert manner. Capoeira is the dance, game and fight that they created in order to preserve their cultural values, and at the same time, have a way to release their stress.

Even though it was a camouflaged fight, its violent character was visible, and this is why Capoeira was forbidden to the slaves too. They used to dance and fight it while hidden from the Portuguese colonizers, who could not control them all the time.

The black's slavery finally ended only on May the 13th of 1888, thanks to a law named Aurea.

However, Capoeira continued to be considered a violent dance, and was still forbidden in Brazil until 1930, when a very important Capoeirista (Capoeira dancer) named Master Bimba presented this rhythmic fight to the president of the time, Getulio Vargas, who liked it so much that he transformed it into a national sport.

Capoeira was modified with time, acquiring three different styles.

1. Capoeira Angola is the first style of this fight and dance, created at the time of the African slavery, with very slow and low movements near the ground, which had a malicious character.

2. Capoeira Regional, which follows the rhythm of the berimbau (an African musical instrument, made with bamboo and strings) is the next style of this fight, that imitates the malice of the Capoeira Angola, but is expressed through very fast and dry movements, without the acrobatic dances of the first stage.

3. Capoeira Contemporary is the last style of this rhythmic fight, which combines the movements and the art of both Capoeira Angola and Capoeira Regional, forming a spectacular game that the public always watches with great enthusiasm.

The Significance of Melody and Rhythm in Capoeira Music

The Enchanting Singers Who Created The Fabulous Brazilian Music

When we study the music of Capoeira we look for the stories sung by the old masters, who used them as a way to express their deeper feelings. Their songs surpass the limits of reality, but can be understood, because they talk about the black slaves' daily lives.

Music must closely follow Capoeira's steps because it is an emotional expression, which works as a stimulus that gives energy to the dancers, who are pretending to dance while they are in fact fighting with each other in a camouflaged form.

Capoeira is in fact a game, but its original players were black slaves that had to hide their training through this dance and fight at the same time, because they were not allowed to learn how to defend themselves.

In the Capoeira game the Niger heroes are free like kings, surpassing the limits of slavery. Dancing and singing, they fight and triumph!

The most captivating songs, sung by the enchanting voices of the black people, which surpass in beauty, perfection and sonority the voices of the white singers of the world, come from the poor slaves of the XVI century.

They mixed the Indian, the African and the Portuguese language, giving them a new shape, and all their songs were made by beautiful phonetic poems without specific meaning. They gave to the Brazilian music a rhythm totally different from the European standards, discovering melodies that would bring joy and happiness to humanity forever.

In their songs they talk about the simple moments of daily life, using many onomatopoeic words that imitated the sounds of nature, the cry of a baby, the sound of their steps on dry leaves, and similar objects and thoughts.

Besides talking about historical facts and religious identities, as well as about the suffering of the black people, which would bring energy to the oppressed players that were fighting for justice, the themes of their songs were very simple, and only talked about irrelevant aspects of reality, which they transformed into very significant elements of life with their intuitive poetry and musical talent.

Even though they could not clearly talk about their fight in their songs, the black slaves had an intelligent code (that had to be very well hidden, because the cruel Portuguese had no compassion) which they used in order to inform their companions that the enemy was near. When they were singing with a lot of screeching in their voices, this was an alarm for their fellow slaves.

Everything was forbidden and dangerous for them.

Today the Capoeira songs talk basically about the Capoeira art and game. For example, the song "Hoje tem Capoeira" (Today we have Capoeira) says: "Jump here, and throw it there. Bimba's disciple came here to play; pandeiro and atabaque cannot be missed."

Pandeiro is one of the instruments that was created by the Brazilian Indians, and which is indispensable in Capoeira music. It is a small drum with several metallic circles around it, and with a great acoustic sound. Since it only consists of a skin without a base, it is held in one hand, and played with the other.

Atabaque is a very tall drum with two small feet at its base, which was introduced to Africa by Arabs, and is used in Capoeira music in order to mark the steps of the game.

There are many interesting instruments composing the Capoeira band, but the most important one is the berimbau. It is such an important instrument that there are many types of berimbau used by the Capoeira dancers, and the differentiation of their sounds is well-known, because each tone is very well defined.

The berimbau is a primitive instrument used by many people around the world. It was found in New Mexico, Patagonia, Central and South Africa, and Brazil. It is made by a piece of wood which is cut in a spherical shape; the ball is empty inside, and it is attached to an iron arc with a string.

Depending on the tone of the berimbau and on the way it is played, the Capoeira dancers will understand exactly what kind of game they will play. Each distinguishable tone represents a different type of game.

The tone of Angola is sad and based on the rhythm of the atabaque (tall drum). It is used in the game near the ground, with very slow movements.

Angolinha is the next tone; it is not as sad as Angola, but has a few stronger beats.

Sao Bento Pequeno is a tone that indicates agility and fast movements. It is the tone for technical and acrobatic exhibitions.

Sao Bento Grande is the most original berimbau tone, used very much in public presentations and in rodas (circles where the players dance) made in the streets. It indicates extraordinary agility.

Melody and rhythm are the base of the Capoeira game, because they define the attitude of the dancers and players, giving a specific meaning to their movements, as well as bringing them courage, hope and excitement during their spectacular camouflaged fight.

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Milton Nascimento - My Favorite Singer

The Best Musician in The World!

Milton Nascimento, (born October 26, 1942 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) is a prominent Brazilian singer, songwriter, and guitarist.

Nascimento's mother was the maid Maria do Carmo Nascimento. As a baby, Milton Nascimento was adopted by his mother's former employers: the couple Josino Brito Campos, a banker, mathematics teacher and electronic technician; and Lília Silva Campos, a music teacher and choir singer. When he was 18 months old, Nascimento's biological mother died, and he moved with his adopted parents to the city of Três Pontas, in the state of Minas Gerais.

Nascimento was an occasional DJ on a radio station that his father once ran. He lived in the boroughs of Laranjeiras and Tijuca in Rio de Janeiro.

In the early stages of his career, Nascimento played in two samba groups: Evolussamba and Sambacana. In 1963, he moved to Belo Horizonte, where his friendship with Lô Borges led to the Clube da Esquina ("corner club") movement. Members included Beto Guedes, Toninho Horta, Wagner Tiso, and Flávio Venturini, with whom he shared compositions and melodies. One composition was "Canção do Sal", which was first interpreted by Elis Regina in 1966 and led to a television appearance with Nascimento. The collective, as well as some others, released Clube da Esquina in 1972. Several hit singles were also released.

Nascimento is famous for his falsetto and tonal range, as well for highly acclaimed songs such as "Maria, Maria", "Canção da América" ("Song from America"/"Unencounter"), "Travessia", "Bailes da Vida" and "Coração de Estudante" ("Student's Heart"). The lyrics remember the funeral of the student Edson Luís, killed by police officers in 1968. The song became the hymn for the Diretas Já social-political campaign in 1984, was played at the funeral of the late President of Brazil Tancredo Neves the next year, and was also played at Ayrton Senna's funeral.

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Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 - June 10, 2004), better known by his shortened stage name Ray Charles, was an American musician.

Ray was a pioneer in the genre of soul music during the 1950s by fusing rhythm & blues, gospel, and blues styles into his early recordings with Atlantic Records.

He also helped racially integrate country and pop music during the 1960s with his crossover success on ABC Records, most notably with his Modern Sounds albums. While with ABC, Charles became one of the first African-American musicians to be given artistic control by a mainstream record company.

Rolling Stone ranked Charles number 10 on their list of "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" in 2004, and number two on their November 2008 list of "100 Greatest Singers of All Time". In honoring Charles, Billy Joel noted: "This may sound like sacrilege, but I think Ray Charles was more important than Elvis Presley. I don't know if Ray was the architect of rock & roll, but he was certainly the first guy to do a lot of things . . . Who the hell ever put so many styles together and made it work?"

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Bob Marley was born in the village of Nine Mile in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica as Nesta Robert Marley. A Jamaican passport official would later swap his first and middle names. His father, Norval Sinclair Marley, was a Jamaican of mixed English and Syrian-Jewish descent whose family came from Sussex, England. Norval was a captain in the Royal Marines, as well as a plantation overseer, when he married Cedella Booker, an Afro-Jamaican then 18 years old.

Norval provided financial support for his wife and child, but seldom saw them, as he was often away on trips. In 1955, when Bob Marley was 10 years old, his father died of a heart attack at age 70. Marley faced questions about his own racial identity throughout his life. He once reflected:

"I don't have prejudice against meself. My father was a white and my mother was black. Them call me half-caste or whatever. Me don't deh pon nobody's side. Me don't deh pon the black man's side nor the white man's side. Me deh pon God's side, the one who create me and cause me to come from black and white."

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Halle Berry

Halle Berry, (born August 14, 1966) is an American actress, former fashion model, and beauty queen. Berry received an Emmy, Golden Globe, SAG, and an NAACP Image Award for Introducing Dorothy Dandridge and won an Academy Award for Best Actress and was also nominated for a BAFTA Award in 2001 for her performance in Monster's Ball, becoming the first and, as of 2009, only woman of African American descent to have won the award for Best Actress. She is one of the most highly paid actresses in Hollywood and also a Revlon spokeswoman. She has also been involved in the production side of several of her films.

Before becoming an actress, Berry entered several beauty contests, finishing runner-up in the Miss USA (1986), and coming in 6th place in the Miss World Pageant in 1986. Her breakthrough feature film role was in the 1991 Jungle Fever. This led to roles in The Flintstones (1994), Bulworth (1998), X-Men (2000) and its sequels, and as Bond Girl Jinx in Die Another Day (2002). She also won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actress in 2005 for Catwoman and accepted the award in person.

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The Best Football Player in The World

Edison "Edson" Arantes do Nascimento, (born 21 or 23 October 1940), best known by his nickname Pelé is a retired Brazilian footballer. He is widely regarded by polls among football experts, fans and former players as one of the greatest football players of all time. In his career he scored 760 official goals, 541 in league championships, making him the top scorer of all time. In total Pelé scored 1281 goals in 1363 games.

In his native Brazil, Pelé is hailed as a national hero. He is known for his accomplishments and contributions to the game of football. He is also acknowledged for his vocal support of policies to improve the social conditions of the poor (when he scored his 1,000th goal he dedicated it to the poor children of Brazil). During his career, he became known as "The King of Football" (O Rei do Futebol), "The King Pelé" (O Rei Pelé) or simply "The King" (O Rei).

Spotted by football star Waldemar de Brito, Pelé began playing for Santos at 15 and his national team at 16, and won his first World Cup at 17. Despite numerous offers from European clubs, the economic conditions and Brazilian football regulations at the time benefited Santos, thus enabling them to keep Pelé for almost two decades until 1974. With Pelé within their ranks, Santos reach their zenith by winning the 1962 and 1963 Copa Libertadores, the most prestigious club competition in South American football. Pelé played as an inside second forward, also known as a playmaker. Pelé's technique and natural athleticism have been universally praised and during his playing years he was renowned for his excellent dribbling and passing, his pace, powerful shot, exceptional heading ability, and prolific goalscoring.

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Martin Luther King

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Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 - April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African American civil rights movement. He is best known for being an iconic figure in the advancement of civil rights in the United States and around the world, using nonviolent methods following the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. King is often presented as a heroic leader in the history of modern American liberalism.

A Baptist minister, King became a civil rights activist early in his career. He led the 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott and helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957, serving as its first president. King's efforts led to the 1963 March on Washington, where King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech. There, he expanded American values to include the vision of a color blind society, and established his reputation as one of the greatest orators in American history.

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The End of Racism, Terrorism and Violence on Earth

After continuing Carl Jung's research into the human psyche through dream interpretation, I discovered that we are born with a tiny human conscience. The biggest part of our brain is satanic because it belongs to the primitive side of our conscience: the terrible anti-conscience, which generates mental illnesses within our human conscience.

All dreams are important messages that protect us from the evil influence of our wild anti-conscience.

In order to prevent and eliminate all mental illnesses we have to follow the saintly guidance of the unconscious mind in our dreams; and the religion in which we believe. All religions were created by the same God in order to transform our satanic nature into human nature.

It was humanly impossible to discover the anti-conscience because it is too powerful. It provokes dizziness and hallucinations within the human conscience when we manage to discover its existence. There is no way we can bear its attacks at this point, without being dominated by craziness and despair. The fact that I survived without completely losing my tiny human conscience, is a true miracle.

I had to discover the truth in order to prove it to the world. Now everyone will completely eliminate their anti-conscience and transform it into a positive component of their human conscience through dream therapy.

This is how we'll put a definitive end to racism, terrorism and violence on Earth. Humanity will live peacefully and happily, learning, creating, and constantly evolving.

Now that I managed to continue Carl Jung's research for precisely obeying the unconscious guidance and I discovered the existence of the anti-conscience that generates mental illnesses within our conscience, we will put an end to craziness on Earth.

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Only God can put an end to terrorism on Earth and eliminate our absurdity.

However, He needs our cooperation. We must obey His wise guidance in dreams instead of doing what our absurd and selfish conscience desires.

The Definitive End of Racism Against Blacks

I'm definitively putting an end to racism against blacks on Earth with my work. I'm not merely talking about racism.

I will prove my statements by showing you an interesting truth.

Carl Jung didn't completely trust the divine unconscious mind like me because he couldn't see the anti-conscience. He believed that God was responsible for generating mental illnesses within our conscience as a punishment for our moral mistakes.

The truth is that our satanic anti-conscience generates mental illnesses within our human conscience because it wants to control our behavior instead of being tamed by our human sensibility and sensitivity.

The wise unconscious mind has a saintly nature and works like a natural doctor.

All human beings inherit craziness in their brain, but there are many factors that transform this content into a powerful content that will surely destroy the person's conscience during their lives, or into a weak content that will be tamed by the person's conscience. Depending on their personality traces and on their life conditions, they will become crazier with time (for being controlled by their anti-conscience), or they will eliminate their anti-conscience's evilness and keep their human conscience alive for life.

White people have a stronger anti-conscience and a weaker conscience. This means that they are more violent and absurd than black people. This is a truth that can easily be observed when we analyze the cruelty that characterizes the Caucasian race.

The poverty of the blacks in Africa proves the global insanity more than anything else.

White people are cruel monsters. They are hypocritically killing blacks with their indifference to their pain.

This is a global crime.

I'm white, but I passed through an arduous process of psychological transformation that worked also as a process of spiritual purification. I'm not the cruel monster I used to be. Thanks to dream therapy I acquired sensitivity. I found sound mental health.

This is why I can see the truth as it is, and observe that white people easily become mentally ill, while black people don't lose their minds so easily.

Black people have passed through many tortures and humiliations during our history. They could bear all the attacks against them only because they are not as evil and absurd as those who tortured them (and are still torturing them with their ridiculous and sneaky attacks).

Black people are more balanced than white people. Otherwise, blacks would have killed many whites with barbarous attacks, after being so humiliated and tortured by them.

Blacks don't take revenge.

The worst crimes of the world are committed by white hands.

God knew that whites would be cruel to blacks, but He had to eliminate our evilness. Our planet was created in order to transform our satanic anti-conscience into human conscience. The racial differences were created by God in order to reflect the different levels of absurdity existent in each race's anti-conscience.

Blacks have a weaker anti-conscience and a stronger human conscience. They are in the worst position on Earth, among the cruel whites that rule our crazy world, because they are passing through a process of purification. Whites wouldn't bear to carry the heavy cross carried by blacks, even though they should carry a cross twice heavier than the cross carried by blacks in order to stop being evil.

Each one receives the cross that he/she can carry in order to be saved from craziness and terror.

Blacks are carrying a very heavy cross on Earth because they are nearer balance than whites.

Blacks are carrying the heavier cross in order to purify their spirit faster than whites, and faster get rid of the craziness they have inherited into their anti-conscience.

Therefore, even thought they are in the worst position on Earth, blacks are in fact being more protected from the evilness and the absurdity contained in their anti-conscience than whites. This means that blacks can easier find salvation from terror and despair, instead of suffering from severe mental illnesses like whites.

Blacks will finally find relief now that I managed to continue Carl Jung’s dangerous research into the unknown region of the human psyche, discovering the satanic origin of the human conscience, and discovering the unconscious sanctity.

Everyone will obey God’s guidance in dreams and learn how to respect black people.

My discoveries will put a definitive end to our living hell.

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      ninelives1980 4 years ago

      Hey, I just joined Squidoo and blogged on racisms towards African Americans in the US back some time ago which was radically changed through this one guy, through American Football.

      Let me know your thoughts :)

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      Eric Mayo 4 years ago

      Racism is a mental illness. There are people that feel so badly about themselves that only putting down a whole race makes them feel better.

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      almawad 4 years ago

      I do not understand racism I grew up in a "color blind " family . I love all the good people what ever their colors is and I do not love those who do not respect the others . It is so simple .

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      MelanicTees 5 years ago

      @anonymous: All have issues, especially those who say talking "slang" is ghetto. Jews were put into Ghetto's during Hitler ruler. English isn't black people (or no people of color period) native language yet for those who want to ass-imilate they discourage speaking "slang" although that is a language we have created for our own, not given to us like the term you use "ghetto" or english. You can also be light skin, black comes in 37 shades compared to only 5 europids have. Melanin is power, gain it.

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      MelanicTees 5 years ago

      I love Melanical People! Thank you for all your insight. Empowering!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      yesssssssssssssssssssssss i do

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      edisonmindset 5 years ago

      Listen to the lyrics of Bob Marleys song "WAR" We need to love one another Love has no color!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Yes i do love black people. I love people of every race. I'm black myself with light skin and i don't speak "ghetto" like many people call it. My favorite kind of music is big band music. I love old movies. Most of the guys i have had crushes on are from the 1940s 50s and 60s. I do like some country music. I'm familiar with old actors and actresses. My favorite actress was Judy Garland. I also like 80s music. I like Celtic music. I love Josh Groban. My pastor says rascism is wrong no matter how you look at it. People say black people have issues. They have issues because of slavery. White's, blacks, hispanics, etc. All have issues. God Bless

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      pawpaw911 5 years ago

      Racism is pretty silly when you think about it.

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      sponias lm 5 years ago

      @Shorebirdie: Thank you about your interesting explanation about the negative meaning of the word black. Iâm not American, and I didnât create this lens only for the African American, even though of course I created this lens especially for them. This is why it is written in English. However, my intention is to give relief to all those who are not white because the color of their skin is black.

      I like the word black. I donât see anything wrong with the word black.

      We need the black color more than we need any other color. Think about how important the black color is when you write, and when you make a beautiful design without colors. The black color is a beautiful color, and the word black is a beautiful word.

      I found many people looking for the keywords black people, blacks, and so on online. I couldnât imagine that this beautiful word was so bad when you use it to describe people who are black.

      Black people, white people, and yellow people are people who belong to different races. So what? Why should black people suffer so much as victims of a cruel discrimination only because of their skin color?

      Itâs more than obvious that the discrimination against blacks is ridiculous and absurd, even though it is something that characterizes not only a few countries of the world, but too many countries.

      In Brazil we are not racists, but the truth is that there is a certain discrimination against blacks there too. Now I live in Greece but Iâm Brazilian.

      I created this lens especially for my favorite singer and composer. Iâm so grateful for his existence and for his music that I decided to create a lens in homage of the black people.

      Milton Nascimento gave me inspiration to create this lens and alleviate the pain of those who belong to his race. He and his people deserve to be respected and admired without suffering for being victims of the human absurdity.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      sad to say that the black people are still being discriminated. i am brown and during summer, i become dark brown. in winter, i become pale. angelblessings for this wonderful lens.

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      Shorebirdie 5 years ago from San Diego, CA

      I agree with you! I love all races, race matters very little to me.

      Unfortunately, I grew up with a lot of ridiculousness when I lived in Detroit where I was told that even using the word "black" at all to describe anything was considered racist. If I said the word black anywhere in public, even describing the color of a shirt, I would get several heads turned my way and some dirty stares. So, I feel very self conscious using that word around black people even to describe birds such as blackbirds or black-bellied plovers. I know, it's totally ridiculous. I am a very sensitive person and would be horrified if someone thought I was racist. And, there have been other instances I've heard of where people were called racist for doing apparently innocent things.

      I work for the government and it is considered inappropriate to use the word black to describe people, so they prefer people say "African American". I usually use "dark skinned" instead if I have to describe someone. Not saying you should do this, I'm just ranting. Sorry if I got off topic, I was reading many of the comments here and wanted to comment on this topic.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Returning to bring fresh angel dust and appreciating your strong voice against racism, may we come up higher!

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      sponias lm 5 years ago

      @LouisaDembul: There are discriminations for many reasons in our absurd world. I hope that everyone will pay attention to Godâs guidance in their dreams and accept following this guidance, so that we may finally find peace.

      Human beings are very lazy and indifferent creatures. God is very demanding because He must correct our mistakes.

      We have to understand that we must change our behavior if we want to stop acting like animals and find sound mental health.

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      LouisaDembul 5 years ago

      I love black people, as I love anybody. Although nothing can compare to the suffering of the slaves, even today there are many problems.And it goes both ways. I suffered a lot of discrimination and prejudice while living in Africa. I strongly believe that there are good and bad people in every country, it is not the color that makes the difference.

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      norma-holt 5 years ago

      Very good instructive lens on human misguided intelligence. Racial prejudice goes deep into the psyche and may never be stamped out as no one really learns to extract themselves from their roots. In Australia we had the White Australia Policy so African slaves were never brought here but there is still prejudice and hatred for some ethnic people. Blessed and featured on Blessed by Skiesgreen 2012 and also on Complex Thought or Complexity of Thinking, hugs

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      intermarks 5 years ago

      Black is just a color, Black people is also human, their blood color are also same as others people who with different skin color. So why reject and anti them? Accept them, and make the world become more peaceful.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      i like Capoeira ..........

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      sponias lm 5 years ago

      @kathysart: Your husbandâs song in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. improves this lens dedicated to those who are victims of racist attacks. Thank you for creating this beautiful lens and many thanks to your husband for his beautiful song in honor of a big hero. We have the moral obligation to complete Martin Luther Kingâs mission today.

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      crstnblue 5 years ago

      Excellent lens! Very informative and thoughtful.

      People do not have colors, they have qualities, character... and a mind to use!

      Hope at least 1% from people could see in the same way, and we could be far.... from many points of view!

      Thumbs up for you!

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      kathysart 5 years ago

      Came back to bless this lens. I was here before i was a Squid Angle. Thank you so much dear friend for including me in this lens.. XXOO!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love people. Period! Do I see color!? No. I wear shades most often to remember seeing the 'real' color! Gladly, the folks whom I have come across are warm and warmth sees 'no' color! Sensitive topic; well touched upon! :)

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      sukkran trichy 6 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      yes, i totally agree with you, the racist attitude is barbarous. well written article on human rights.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Very well and powerfully stated! Racism has never made any kind of sense to me.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Humanity must eliminate the evilness that characterizes the human behavior. Hatred and suffering must be replaced by love and wisdom.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Apathy and segregation due to colour, caste and race is an evil that humanity has to learn to deal with. A beautiful lens showcasing human values.

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      beardvc 6 years ago

      wow this is a very good lense

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      smithlights 6 years ago

      GREAT lens! I totally love it! Thanks for putting it all down on "paper."

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @anonymous: Thank you for your interesting comment!

      Unfortunately, racism against black people is not something that belongs to the past.

      Many other people are despised and humiliated in our crazy world, but the hatred against black people is the worst proof of human cruelty. It must be condemned, until it will be completely eliminated.

      We cannot ignore the barbarous humiliations against these people only because their skin is dark. They deserve to be respected and admired; they must have the same opportunities that white people have, and NEVER be offended again.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      The message is indeed profound! I am glad that you have not deleted the negative messages on your lens because after reading them they are not entirely wrong. The way the lens is written is as though blacks are the only people that are hated in this world. I am sure we both agree that this not indeed so. Every group have experienced some level of racism by another (not to the extent like blacks) but they have. One lens I would love to see you write is pertaining to people who literally hate their race and how you plan to address that issue. What I would give praise for is your courage to tackle such a sensitive issue as racism. It touches a nerve with people because we are connected in some way to it. Either we have cause the pain or we have experienced pain from it.It is indeed a dreadful past that we need not be reminded of. It is not that we are running away from it but sometimes discussions pertaining to racism tends to, in my view, come across as only an emotive issue which is not. A more holistic approach could have been adopted rather than singling out a particular group of people. Nevertheless a good attempt.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This is a great lense and one I'll definitely be coming back to. I especially like the Martin Luther King piece.

      It looks like you've put a lot of time into this which is great. I'll try my best to help promote as much as I can.

      Thanks for the great work and good luck!

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @caffimages: Yes, everyone has the right to live happily, and to be respected by everyone else.

      Nobody has the right to destroy everyone's world.

      However, there is no justice on Earth. This is why most people are totally indifferent to what is morally right or wrong.

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      caffimages 6 years ago

      I love all people, whatever their colour, race or background. As long as they are nice people. As long as they don't spread hatred, war and the other nasty stuff the world has too much of. I celebrate the uniqueness of very human being. We all have a right to love and be loved. We don't have a right to hate or dominate. Lovely lens. Lovely spirit. Good for you!

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      InfoBot 6 years ago

      good for you....:) stay positive

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @kurtquintana: Thank you!

      I visited your lens and I left a comment.

      BTW, I noticed that you have to improve a few technical details. For example, the lenses that appear in your lensâ window are not related to its content. You must choose more appropriate lenses to connect to your lens through the Discovery Tool. Here is a lens that teaches you all these details:

      Passive Income and Targeted Website Traffic through Squidoo

      I hope youâll have a good journey at Squidooo. I also hope that your people will find peace and happiness some day.

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      kurtquintana 6 years ago

      I love all people, I need you on my side with a couple of other strong influential people I've run into here. Thank you for the message.

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      kathysart 6 years ago

      Indeed... racism is ignorant. I cannot understand it at all.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @TeamAfro LM: Thank you for your support! Your comment was really important for me, especially after all the attacks I had to bear.

      Never mind. Iâm used with attacks. When you point out an ugly truth you are always attacked and humiliated. I didnât expect to be so violently attacked by those who wouldnât like my comments in the Squidu forum; however I knew that I would have to bear attacks. They are part of routine in my missionary life.

      By translating the meaning of our dreams we enter into communication with the wise unconscious mind, which is the voice of divine providence. This is equivalent to be able to talk with God. I became an expert on dream translation because I was neurotic and I needed psychotherapy.

      I was very cruel, but God showed compassion to my victims. This is why I had the chance to be cured through dream translation. However, God told me that I would have to pass through many humiliations in order to prove His existence to the atheistic population of our absurd modern civilization. I had a horrible mission to carry on.

      The first one who humiliated me very much was the bishop of the Catholic Church of Athens, pater Nikolaos Foskolos, in the end of 1990. When I told him that through dream interpretation we enter in contact with God, and that God showed me that He was very irritated with the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church, the bishop simply opened the door, showing me the way out. I told him that the entire humanity would condemn the Catholic Church because all priests and nuns are hypocrites who donât sacrifice their lives in the name of God. The book I was writing would prove to everyone that we go to hell when we are terrible sinners, and the entire world would condemn the apathy of the Catholic Church, which doesnât save anyone from hell. The bishop told me to write my book, and publish it. He didnât mind. I left.

      After this humiliation, I had to pass through many other humiliations, which were quite worse. I published my book in the form of an ebook in the English language (while I live in Greece, but Iâm Brazilian. My story is very long.). I proved to the world in my main ebook that the human being is basically a crazy demon, since the biggest part of our brain is primitive, violent and immoral like an animal. I wrote more ebooks and more than one thousand articles already, giving many lessons to the entire world, thanks to the internet that unites us all. My ebooks are scientific, but the unconscious psychotherapy is in fact a spiritual transformation. I had to create a bridge between science and religion.

      I'm only beginning to give basic lessons about my discoveries. I may have to bear many humiliations until Iâll finish my arduous mission. However, I cannot complain. I would be worse than my enemies if God wouldnât save me from schizophrenia through dream translation. Therefore, one could say that I deserve to be humiliated. I would humiliate many people if I wouldnât be cured. I was too cruel and insensitive.

      God suffered very much in order to transform a monster like me into a real human being.

      Fortunately, we have Godâs guidance through the unconscious mind in our own dreams. We can transform our personalities and our world.

      Besides all the pain and the humiliations, Iâm very happy because Iâm not a monster. I prefer to be only a victim.

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      TeamAfro LM 6 years ago

      @sponias lm: I read the blog post. I like your style and will try to follow your advice. Atake care and keep writing great lenses!

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @sponias lm: I mentioned your comment in my blog post today at Black Planet. I show you how you should react when you are a victim of âpassiveâ racist attacks. Here is the link:

      Are you a victim of racist attacks?

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @TeamAfro LM: Thank you for your kindness.

      You should really forgive your enemies. They have lost their minds, and this is why they are aggressive without reason.

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      TeamAfro LM 6 years ago

      I have read this lens and I think it is very good. Some of these comments are good and well deserved, but some of them are quite unbelievable. Some of the hate you are getting - being called a bigot and a racist just because you are illuminating racist atrocities?. One of the commenters said that the term "black people" is offensive? Another has a problem with a panther picture at the end of the lens? This is ridiculous. I am a "black person" and being called a "black man" is certainly not a racist or derogatory term. I firmly believe in ending racism forever but in order to do that racism needs to be acknowledged and dealt with like you have done in this lens.

      Atrocities of the past shape much of the present - the attitudes black people have towards white and vice versa. As a black person who has to live in a predominantly white country I live with the people crossing to the other side of the street when I'm coming, the inability to get a cab in the city and all the hundreds of other racist things that happen to me personally. Do I hate people? NO. I love each person as an individual as it should be and I also believe that you should be able to talk about racism without being called a racist. I also believe Sponias you should be commended for a wonderful lens and not berated with negative comments.

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      Philippians468 6 years ago

      God made all equal and loves all the same! spread the love! cheers

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @JeremiahStanghini: Pele was a phenomenon. I was a child when he became very famous for his extraordinary talent. He is a national hero. Thanks to his remarkable techniques, Brazil became very famous for being the country where football is more than excellent.

      However, he suffered very much because of the existence of racism. This is why he was not a happy man, besides being a king.

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      JeremiahStanghini 6 years ago

      Some people may argue with you about Pele being the best football'er ever... Especially your South American neighbors the Argentinians. ;-)

      With Love and Gratitude,


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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @Oracle Post: This is true. Everyone must do something to stop racism. We need the help of many sensitive people in order to put an end to the massive absurdity against black people. This absurdity characterized many generations, and still prevails in our historical time.

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      Oracle Post 6 years ago

      This is a very inspiration lens that is a must-read for everyone out there. We are still a long way to ending racism in this world, but everyone needs to take a little step towards eliminating it and the world will be a more level playing field.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      Today I added a new link to this lens, in the end of the module The Significance of Melody and Rhythm in Capoeira Music. It is entitled The End of Racism on Earth.

      I explain in this article why Iâm going to put an end to racism forever.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      The offensive attacks seem to have stopped. They did for a while, but today I was attacked in a different lens. You should visit the lens so that you may read todayâs attack.

      What happened is really very interesting. If I knew that all the old lensmasters would attack me only because I disagreed with the sudden modifications in our lensesâ categories protesting about these changes in the Squidu forum, I wouldnât complain.

      The usually very friendly lensmasters were very offensive with me in the second thread I opened in the forum in order to discuss the violent reaction of the lensmasters who decided to attack me in this lens about racism, exactly after my protests about the sudden changes in our lenses without our participation.

      Moral lesson: when you are attacked by many people at the same time, donât waste your time defending yourself, and donât expect to see anyone behaving honestly. A massive attack is a clear expression of hate.

      Hate is a very destructive poison. It contaminates the human mind, preventing human beings from thinking logically.

      What can you do in this case?

      You should imitate Jesusâ behavior when He was condemned and everyone was against him: remain silent.

      Silence is the best answer when you lead with absurdity, violence and cowardice.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @brandonmotz lm: Yes, I claim that our dreams will put an end to racism, terrorism, violence, immorality, indifference to the human pain, greed, poverty, superficiality and all the horrors of Earth. This happens because our dreams are produced by the wise unconscious mind that has a Divine origin and proves the existence of God.

      Once we learn how to accurately translate the meaning of the dream images we understand the wise unconscious messages that work like psychotherapy. We learn how to tame our wild nature and become sensitive human beings.

      Now that I continued Jungâs research and I managed to discover the roots of the human absurdity, and now that I managed to simplify his complicated method of dream interpretation, everyone will fight against their violent animal nature and learn how to be wise.

      This is how our dreams will put an end to all horrors. All children will learn how to accurately translate the meaning of their dreams at school. This is how weâll put an end to teen self-abuse and teen suicide. This is how we will eliminate all mental illnesses, and humanity will finally find peace. We only have to follow the unconscious guidance, now that we can understand the unconscious language in our own dreams.

      All dream images have a meaning. They are the words of the unconscious mind. This discovery puts an end to the human misery. It represents the end of the original sin. Now, the human being is going to obey Godâs guidance received in the form of dream images that have a symbolic meaning. Now the human being is going to understand Godâs will, and understand why he must do only what God shows him that is good for him and his community, instead of doing what his selfish conscience desires.

      Now everyone will pass through a process of transformation and completely eliminate the roots of violence, immorality and absurdity from their minds before becoming depressed, neurotic, psychotic, or schizophrenic. Now the human being is going to respect Godâs wisdom. This is how weâll to put an end to hell on Earth. Everyone will clearly understand what is good and what is bad.

      The unconscious mind is the voice of divine providence. God is not a dictator though, and this is why He depends on our acceptance. We have to accept obeying to His guidance for agreeing with His wisdom. He doesnât impose His goodness on us. He helps us discover goodness alone, so that we may become more sensitive, and more intelligent. This is how weâll stop making mistakes in our lives.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @brandonmotz lm: Yes, because a black panther is as beautiful and as strong as a blonde lion.

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      brandonmotz lm 6 years ago

      And then you have a picture of a black panther? Hmmm

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      brandonmotz lm 6 years ago

      "You should Read my articles instead of superficially judging the content of this web page, without reading anything. I'm sure you'll change your mind once you verify the seriousness of my work".

      I did read this lens fully and feel as if this lens is geared towards being racist to "white people". You mention all the atrocities from organizations such as the KKK but fail to mention groups such as the Black Panthers.

      BP is responsible for just as much racism but they try to justify it by calling themselves a militant organization. On top of that I watch documentary shows about tribes still in Africa who raid and enslave other tribes. I suppose that is the "white mans" fault as well?

      The fact that you think racism can be stopped by dreaming.... well keep on dreaming.

      Racism has been around since before history was recorded and to dump it all on the "white mans" lap is absolute racist garbage. Wars have been fought, countries have been torn and civilizations have been destroyed. All in the name of power and control. To think that after tens of thousands of years of human evolution, it will all stop from dreaming? Well just say that out loud to yourself.

      Terms you use like "Afro Americans" is in itself a racist comment. Why would they not just be Americans? Putting a label on someone based on the colour of their skin, no matter what your intention, is racist. Period.

      Also, the term "I love black people"... Wow where to start.

      Go into Compton and yell "I love white people" and see what happens.

      But, you are entitled to your opinion.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @Candor: Iâm not afraid of attacks, and I wonât delete your comments.

      Yesterday, exactly when I abandoned the discussion in the forum because I had to write an article for my blog, Yahoo messenger advised me that I had a comment in my lens. Misticmama attacked me in the forum, and immediately found this lens, where she decided to leave her very negative comment. And all her friends are now helping her, and attacking me.

      If she had visited this lens another day and left the same comment, I wouldnât consider it an attack on purpose, but the fact that she did it immediately after attacking me in the forum proves that she simply wanted to do something against me.

      So many people liked this lens very much. Why? Because they READ my words.

      You came here without reading anything, only in order to support misticmama. It happened because I opened another thread in the forum today showing to everyone there what happened yesterday.

      Are you serious?

      How dare you leave a comment in my lens without reading my words?

      This was a conspiracy against me, but never mind. Iâm used with attacks because Iâm not afraid to say the truth. The truth bothers many people, and this is why they become very aggressive.

      I protest against changes in the Squidoo system without our participation. I believe that we should all demand having the right to VOTE before any change would suddenly happen in OUR lenses. If misticmama didnât like my opinion in the forum this doesnât mean that she should hate me, and desire to do something bad against me. Her so offensive comment was a very rude attack, exactly after attacking me in the forum. She didnât read a word of what I wrote in this so long lens. She went directly to the end and left her poisonous comment. I forgive her because she was influenced by her anti-conscience. She couldnât understand that her aggressive behavior was absurd.

      I have many black brothers and sisters in Brazil. They are my brothers and sisters because we have a similar spirit. All my family is Greek. Iâm the only one who was born in Brazil. However, my real relatives are my Brazilian friends, and not the relatives I have because they belong to my family. I love black people and I have done a lot in order to help them win the battle against racism from the time I was 18 years old (in 1979), and I had to live for a while in the USA.

      Pele once said that âin the USA at least racism is clearly expressed, while in Brazil it is hidden behind a hypocritical maskâ. Pele is my hero since I was 8 years old. I agree with him in many points.

      I didnât write this lens only in order to talk about racism. Iâm giving support to my black brothers and sisters. Iâm also beginning to put a definitive end to racism on Earth. Wait a little bit, and in a while youâll see the results of my work. Iâm going to put an end to racism, terrorism, violence, immorality, hypocrisy, poverty, indifference to human pain, atheism, and greed.

      How can I be so powerful? Because I obey the saintly and wise unconscious wisdom, which has a Divine origin and proves Godâs existence. Everyone can learn everything I know when they study the dream language. Everyone can have a direct communication with God like me. Iâm going to put a definitive end to racism by following Godâs guidance, as I have done since 1988, when I discovered that the unconscious mind that produces our dreams has a Divine origin. Carl Jung couldnât see many things that I could see in my historical time, thanks to various scientific discoveries that happened after his death.

      Wait a little bit, and youâll be able to verify how true my statement is. Iâm going to completely eliminate evilness and despair. Iâm not a hypocrite like you, who came here like misticmama, without reading a word of what I wrote in this lens, only in order to leave a negative comment. However, I forgive you. I forgive everyone and everything.

      Letâs help black people, colored people, however you may call them, letâs help them be respected, and have the same opportunities white people do. Letâs help them stop being attacked by racists forever. This is a big drama. Until today there are many black people being attacked by racists everywhere. I live this drama. Iâm not a mere observer like you. I have helped many black people overcome their anger through dream therapy, because they were victims of racist attacks.

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      Candor 6 years ago

      This lens is honestly ridiculous, the fact that it singles out "black people" as the sole target of racism is simply racism in itself. There are dozens of groups of people that have faced widespread racism throughout history and I challenge you to find a single person on this earth who hasn't been discriminated against on the basis of race, whether they are "black", "white" or purple.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @snowcloud: It would be nice if you would read my articles and precisely study the content of this lens instead of just leaving a comment based on your personal opinion, without examining the seriousness of my work.

      Iâm sure that my readers can understand the meaning of this lens. Visitors who simply post their opinion without reading anything reflect their lack of responsibility, which is clearly visible to the eyes of those who read the content of this web page.

      Iâm sure that you and mysticmama are attacking me on purpose, only because I condemned the recent changes of our lensesâ categories in the Squidu forum. I couldnât agree with this change without protesting because we were not consulted or advised that this change would suddenly oblige us to re-categorize all our lenses. I love creating Squidoo lenses and the usually very friendly Squidu forum, but I donât agree with the constant changes imposed by the Squidoo system without our participation.

      Your attitude is very interesting. You both decided to leave your offensive comments here only in order to attack me, immediately after my protests in the forum.

      Your offensive comments illustrate this lens with real examples of absurdity.

      Thank you for proving to the world that when someone wants to get revenge for some reason, this person will do crazy things, like offending someone without reason.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @mysticmama lm: The phrase âI love black peopleâ is widely known. Many people love black people like me.

      The keywords âstop racismâ are frequently typed in the search engines by victims of racist offenses, who are looking for help and support. Unfortunately, there are too many victims of racism in our world. I have received many messages, and many dreams for translation from people who were attacked by racists.

      This lens offers support to the victims of human absurdity. You should Read my articles instead of superficially judging the content of this web page, without reading anything. Iâm sure youâll change your mind once you verify the seriousness of my work.

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      snowcloud 6 years ago

      i agree with mysticmama. the intentions are understandable but the fact is ending racism is not gonna happen by recategorizing people. the whole idea of anti-racism is that everybody is equal

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      Bambi Watson 6 years ago

      I find this entire lens racist, offensive & a part of the problem rather than the solution ~ First off the use of the outdated term "black people" As the mother of 3 racially mixed son's ~ the term "black" is as offensive as the term "colored" or the N-word! My son's have various shades of brown skin due to the melanin production of their biological systems ~ they are not "black" I have personally never seen a human that was "black" It is a derogatory term!

      Humans are humans, we come in many skin tones, grouping any humans by color, skin tone, culture, Country of origin (as in African-American ~ which is also offensive), religion, sexual orientation, an act of hate & bigotry ~ the title of this lens alone is an act of hate! & racist!

      Also, the repeated phrase of "black superiority" is just beyond disgusting ~ skin color connote denote superiority ~ using that phraseology makes you as horrible as Nazis & white supremest. It just disgusts me when Caucasian people try to ease their own personal guilt by behaving like this! This lens in no way makes me think you are not a racist ~ in fact it convinces me that you are a racist & a bigot! As long as humans keep classifying each other by skin tone racism will continue on Earth. I pray for the day when humans are identified by who they are not divided by what they look like. This lens is an abomination!

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @Phillyfreeze: Thank you! Happy New Year to you and your family!

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      Ronald Tucker 6 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky

      @sponias lm: Hi Sponias, thanks or the link and or stopping by and liking my lens. I ound that your lens on dream interpretations to be very useful and inspiring, ...especially in this age of the internet where everything seems to be moving at such lighting speed. All the best and wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @Phillyfreeze: Very interesting information! Iâm going to add a link to his profile to this lens. You were really lucky for having the chance to be near him. He was a person who had a very strong personality, and his work is really admirable.

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      Ronald Tucker 6 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky

      Yes!...One of my first mentors was Muhammad Ali who visted my Junior High School in March of 1964 just a couple of weeks after defeating Sonny Liston for the World Heavweight crown.

      Ali signed autographs for all the students that could squeeze in the Principals office. As a skinny 14 year old looking up at a 6' 3" 220 lb. young man was awe inspiring. When I became an adult I adopted some o the same characteristic he had so brilliantly displayed on that visit like his integrity, confidence, and statue.

      I remember him saying... "that if a man want stand up for something...he will fall for anything." Growing up in the same hometown as Muhammad Ali and being in his presence on several occassions(the last time was in 2000 for his birthday celebration) held at my place of employment. Muhammad has evolved from a great athlete to an even greater Humanitarian. One can read more at:

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      Ronald Tucker 6 years ago from Louisville, Kentucky

      Yes!...One of my first mentors was Muhammad Ali who visted my Junior High School in March of 1964 just a couple of weeks after defeating Sonny Liston for the World Heavweight crown.

      Ali signed autographs for all the students that could squeeze in the Principals office. As a skinny 14 year old looking up at a 6' 3" 220 lb. young man was awe inspiring. When I became an adult I adopted some o the same characteristic he had so brilliantly displayed on that visit like his integrity, confidence, and statue.

      I remember him saying... "that if a man want stand up for something...he will fall for anything." Growing up in the same hometown as Muhammad Ali and being in his presence on several occassions(the last time was in 2000 for his birthday celebration) held at my place of employment. Muhammad has evolved from a great athlete to an even greater Humanitarian. One can read more at:

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      javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      Of course! This lens, and all victims of racism, has been blessed by a Squid Angel.

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      sponias lm 6 years ago

      @jonathanchandra: You are right. Love is the solution to all human problems.

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      jonathanchandra 6 years ago

      love is the answer for peace in the world

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      stuhaynes lm 7 years ago

      A lot of work gone into this lens. A sensitive subject carefully crafted. Good work and a thumbs up from me.

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      dreameater 7 years ago

      this is a really meaningful lens!

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      ICanCook 7 years ago

      Racism is caused by pure ignorance. When people become willing to get to know other people (black, white, everyone) they quickly find out that what they previously believed are false. It's a new day. Let us live with our eyes open rather than shut and letting the fear pervade our very existence.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      great lens. Love the capoeira spirit

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      Delia 7 years ago

      Nicely written lens on a great subject! I'm a Christian and believe we are all from one, and prejudice is an acquired choice and or taught as a child (we are not born like that) The only consolation I have for those that choose to be racist or prejudice, I know God will Judge them. We are all different and we may not like something about someone else regardless of what race, but that is a preference and not one likes everything about another, it's impossible. Tolerance of race and religion is simple, it's a choice.

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      jwindsor375 lm 7 years ago

      Very inspirational! Great lens!