According to Albino sources, in this case, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: 1 - A belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.
But if that is the case - that Whites believe they are inherently superior, then why the fear and prohibitions against competing against Blacks when the supposed belief would indicate “Easy Victory”?
If that be the case, then why look for opportunities to murder and abuse lowly Negroes, when the magnanimity of the superior one should clearly dictate pity and tolerance?
A clue lies in looking at WHO it was doing the racist crimes: It was not the well-off educated Albinos who would initially have an advantage over poor uneducated Blacks; rather it was the dregs of Albino society, the already socially, economically, and educationally marginalized Cracka and Redneck, they who knew that they would be the first to fall: doing those foul deeds.
Of course none of that which should have happened because of "Superiority" actually happened at all: simply because it wasn’t true. Whites never felt superior, they have always been aware of their defect, and the disadvantage their susceptibility to the Sun left them in, as regards to competing with other humans. As common sense tells us, the Albino people have always been ostracized and marginalized because of their defect.
As even the Albino translation of the Roman historian Tacitus tells us in describing the Germanics, (the ancestors of modern White Europeans). Quote: they All have fierce blue eyes, red hair, huge frames, fit only for a sudden exertion. They are less able to bear laborious work. Heat and thirst they cannot in the least endure; to cold and hunger their climate and their soil inure them.
"HEAT AND THIRST THEY CANNOT IN THE LEAST ENDURE"
Question: How the hell would someone like these sunburned men work the fields - except in the northern climes?
Only one way: Force a "Pigmented" person to do it for them! THUS - the reason for SLAVERY!
As “realized” history indicates, once the Central Asian Albino invaders of the modern era (circa “0” – 600 A.D.) as differentiated from the ancient Albino invaders related to the Latin’s and Greeks), had sufficient numbers in Europe, they resolved to “Turn the Tables” and establish a new paradigm, one where they were the masters.
To this end, they fought over 250 wars in Europe between 1066 and 1795, ending with the annihilation and expulsion of Europe’s Blacks in the 17th. 18th. and 19th. centuries. Flush with the victory over Europe’s Blacks, they initiated a technological “Arms Race” with an eye towards killing or subjugating all who did not fully share their defect: i.e. all people who would have an advantage over them.
This dream of complete Albino domination of the world, first began to take shape when the British began to take control of China in the 1760s, it was furthered along in 1854, when the Japanese capitulated to Commodore Perry, and then, the final piece fell into place, when the British took India in 1858. After that, primitive Africa and other such places were child’s play - most Blacks in the Americas had already been killed.
Thus the twentieth century started with the genetically damaged, physically weakest, and numerically smallest, Central Asian Albinos, ruling the entire world. But power was not enough, they also wanted a glorious history and past as befitting their newfound circumstance, they wanted respect, they wanted “Face”. Thus began the lies, the false stories and creation of fake artifacts, that has completely obliterated ancient history until now.
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Updated by Max Fisher on February 24, 2015
It's no secret that European colonialism was a vast, and often devastating, project that over several centuries put nearly the entire world under control of one European power or another. But just how vast can be difficult to fully appreciate.
Here, to give you a small sense of European colonialism's massive scale, is a map showing every country put under partial or total European control during the colonial era, which ran roughly from the 1500s to the 1960s. Only five countries, in orange, were spared:
As you can see, just about every corner of the globe was colonized outright or was dominated under various designations like "protectorate" or "mandate," all of which are indicated in green. This includes the entirety of the Americas (French Guiana is incorrectly labeled as part of Europe due a technical issue, but make no mistake, it was colonized) and all of Africa save for little Liberia. More on Liberia later. The Middle East and Asia were divided up as well.
Some countries instead fell under "spheres of influence," marked in yellow, in which a European power would declare that country or some part of it subject to their influence, which was a step removed from but in practice not all that distinct from conquering it outright. Iran, for example, was divided between British and Russian sphere of influence, which meant that the European powers owned exclusive rights to Iranian oil and gas in their areas, among other things.
Most of the areas under spheres of influence on this map were politically dominated by the British, who ruled through proxies: Afghanistan (which also endured Russian influence), Bhutan, and Nepal. Mongolia was effectively a proxy state of the Soviet Union for much of the Cold War.
Something similar happened in China, where European powers established parts of coastal cities or trade ports as "concessions," which they occupied and controlled. Some, such as Shanghai, were divided into multiple European concessions. Others, like British-controlled Hong Kong, were fully absorbed into the European empires. This is why China is labelled as partially dominated by Europe.
Modern-day Saudi Arabia came under partial domination; in the early 1900s, most of the Arabian peninsula transitioned from the Ottoman Empire to the British Empire, though the British left much of the peninsula's vast interior relatively untouched. Parts of modern-day Turkey itself were divided among World War One's European victors, though Turkish nationalists successfully expelled them almost immediately in a war for independence that established modern-day Turkey.
There are only four countries that escaped European colonialism completely. Japan and Korea successfully staved off European domination, in part due to their strength and diplomacy, their isolationist policies, and perhaps their distance. Thailand was spared when the British and French Empires decided to let it remained independent as a buffer between British-controlled Burma and French Indochina. Japan, however, colonized both Korea and Thailand itself during its early-20th-century imperial period.
Then there is Liberia, which European powers spared because the United States backed the Liberian state, which was established in the early 1800s by freed American slaves who had decided to move to Africa. The Liberian project was fraught — the Americans who moved there ruled as a privileged minority, and the US and European powers shipped former slaves there rather than actually account for their enslavement — but it escaped European domination.
There is also debate as to whether Ethiopia could be considered the sixth country never subjugated by European colonialism. Italy colonized neighboring countries, and Ethiopia ceded several territories to Italian colonization as part of an 1889 treaty. The treaty was also intended to force Ethiopia to cede its foreign affairs to Italy — a hallmark of colonial subjugation — but the Amharic version of the treaty excluded this fact due to a mistranslation, leading to a war that Italy lost. Later, Italy conquered Ethiopia in 1935 and annexed it the next year, but this lasted only until 1941. While some consider this period of Italian rule to be a function of colonialism, others argue that it's better understood as part of World War Two and thus no more Italian colonization than the Nazi conquest of Poland was German colonization — although it could be certainly be argued that these fascist expansions were in fact a form of colonialism, as many eastern Europeans might.
The colonial period began its end after World War Two, when the devastated nations of Western Europe could no longer afford to exert such global influence and as global norms shifted against them. The turning point is sometimes considered the 1956 Suez Crisis, in which the US and Soviet Union pressured British and French troops to withdraw after invading Egypt to seize the Suez Canal with Israeli help. But it took a couple of decades for the European colonialism to fully collapse; France was fighting for Algeria until 1962 and Portugal did not abandon its African colonies until 1974. So this map, of a European-dominated world, is not as distant as it may feel for many Americans.
So what is Racism? In the aggregate, racism is really a transference neurosis, by which the Albino people are able to overcome their feelings of weakness and inadequacy due to their Albinism, by creating a class even weaker than they. This is accomplished by inducing those feelings in others, through the use of violence, intimation, and abuse. Thus they are able to feel good about themselves, and their condition, through the abuse of those that they have established power and control over.
Note: Slavery and post Slavery oppression, was not the only vehicle for this transference neurosis, see the establishment of the "Untouchable" Class in post Aryan Invasion India.
Thomas Thistlewood (16 March 1721 ‒ 30 November 1786) was a British citizen who migrated to western Jamaica where he became a plantation overseer and owner of land, property, and slaves. He is remembered for his diary, an important historical document chronicling the history of Jamaica and slavery during the 18th century.
Thomas Thistlewood was born the second son of a tenant farmer in Tupholme, Lincolnshire, England. Having tried farming and sailing on a supercargo to India, he found himself floundering to launch a successful livelihood. In 1750, he left England at age 29 and migrated to Jamaica, where he lived until his death in 1786. Initially, he gained employment from a wealthy planter, Florentius Vassll, as an overseer at Vineyard Pen on July 2, 1750. He then became a small landowner and overseer of the Egypt Plantation, a sugar plantation located near the western coastal town of Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland Parish.
Known as The Diary of Thomas Thistlewood, Thistlewood's 14,000-page diary provides a detailed record of his life and deep insight into plantation life from agricultural techniques to slave-owner relations.
With whites outnumbered nine to one in Jamaica, such an extreme racial imbalance affected everything on the island. During Thistlewood's first year in Jamaica, he lived in an almost exclusively black world, having no contact with other whites for weeks on end. Such a disparity was even greater in rural western Jamaica, where Thistlewood would eventually settle with the proportion of slaves to whites being as high as fifteen to one.
Consequently, Englishmen like Thistlewood lived in an Africanised society that rested on the white control through fear, inequality, and brutality. With almost no societal restraints, slave owners ruled their slaves with a degree of violence that left outside observers aghast.
Noted history professor Trevor Burnard refers to Thistlewood as "a brutal sociopath", but he suggests that Thistlewood's treatment of his slaves was not unusual. Most Jamaican slave owners were convinced that only the severe application of brute force could keep the more numerous African slaves under control.
Accordingly, Thistlewood routinely punished his slaves with fierce floggings and other harsh punishments, some of them very sickening. One of his preferred punishments was the "Derby's dose" in which a slave would be forced to defecate into an offending slave's mouth which would then be forced shut via various methods for a considerable number of hours.
Though Thistlewood never married, his sexual exploits were prolific with his diary chronicling 3,852 acts of sexual intercourse and/or rape with 138 women, nearly all of whom were black slaves. He favoured his black slave, Phibbah, who essentially became his "wife". Phibbah would eventually acquire property including land, livestock, and slaves as well as a sufficient "respectability" among white women.
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