Is Professor Rachel Dolezal Americas Latest RACE TRANNY? – Dr. Ramona Brockett

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Dr. Ramona Brockett dissects this phenomenon called Professor Rachel Dolezal, the woman whose actions have relentlessly swept the psyche of this nation like a captivating and deadly force of nature!

Just when one feels as though nothing else bizarre can transpire to grip our souls in a new and challenging manner, here comes something new to push the limits of our imaginations as well as revealing to us what lurks deeply embedded within our moral fiber whether we like it or not.

Rachel Dolezal has thrown many into the bizarre world of the illogical because of the unwritten laws that dictate the things that you just don’t do in America.

Rachel Dolezal - How To Be Black

In a land where many claim that everyone is free to live as they wish, there are those invisible “road signs” that dictate where you can and cannot go according to what race you are.

In a land where many claim that you have the right to love anyone no matter what the color of their skin, you’ll find out quickly that you can be killed literally and professionally because a Black male better not take matrimonial vows with a White woman.

In a land where Freedom Of Speech is supposed to be a right, you’ll quickly learn that you can become a political prisoner with threats on your life levied on your person real quick if you step on the American in protest but walk free after killing a Black teen and even lauded as a hero to many while being inundated with autograph requests and good will donations of support.

As a Black citizen of America, you will understand that you will always be suspected first of any infraction committed and demonized simply for the color of your skin which does not indicate the content of your character.

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You’ll learn quickly that to be Black in America is to be damned to a life of reluctantly jumping through the hoops validation because of another person’s psychosis that dictates your fate no matter how pristine and morally upright your character may be.

So with all of that being said, why oh WHY would a Caucasian women walk away to abandon her “birthright” of White privilege to stack the chips against her very existence to don the cloak of Blackness and live a life that will severely restrict her movement and the attainment of any successes that she might have in her heart to achieve?

Who in their right mind would throw away a winning lottery ticket?

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Who in their right mind would leave the comfort zone of White privilege to embrace a walk that would guarantee constant struggle?

Listen in on the brilliant and compelling viewpoints of Dr. Ramona Brockett as she breaks down the saga of Professor Rachel Dolezal and enlightens us to the deeper meaning behind this latest shocker that has forced all of us to face what lurks deep below the surface of the often hypocritical facade of a Colgate smile.

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  • Arturo Gonzalez

    Let it b if she want to b black than let it b.,no harm dunt!she’s not
    putting black people dowm,she’s liftunv them up! God bless!!!

  • CiCi Jackson

    I think it becomes an issue when she’s sitting on the NAACP speaking on the
    behalf of black people as is she goes through what we go through or as if
    she’s experienced the same life style. The NAACP is one big joke now
    anyways.

  • stamped

    generally when white folks become enamored with us they are coming to
    steal, kill or destroy.

  • loveydub

    B§$%tch, what are you talking about chicken grease? you are being sooooooo
    trifling…

  • MemoGrafix

    21:59 When culture criminal white people wear locked hair it is dreadfully
    ugly on them, it’s UN-Godly.

    That BITCH is a Culture Vulture/CRIMINAL!!! NAACP That hired her is full
    of SHIT too!!! People are so obsessed with light and white and that’s how
    the creep got over in the first place. I bet there were plenty of dark
    skin people that applied for the job, qualified and did not get hired
    because their skin is too dark. The NAACP always have done this. The first
    50 years they had a white Khazar/Edomite Jew as it’s leader.

    White people will NEVER have the true expertise on cultures that are black
    it is too many of our cultures that exist past and present. No matter how
    many degrees a KraKKKasoid has for African/Negro/Black/Ethnic/etc. studies
    that shit ain’t nothing more than pieces of paper. It doesn’t matter that
    a white person has grew up and died trying to be Black in any Black culture
    they will NEVER be US BLACK MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN!!!

    Also, the talk of her being some bullshit “trans-racial”!!!??? The same
    thing I apply about trans-gender/vestite/sexuals, if I start telling
    people I am a brain surgeon and I never set foot in medical school, would I
    or anyone else be called crazy or mentally ill? I know the answer is yes.
    If I said I’m a Oceanographer and don’t scuba dive, would I be a candidate
    for pharmaceutical drugs to stop hallucinations? Absolutely. A 3′ tall
    midget says their a 12′ tall giant….need I say more? People have got to
    stop fantasizing like little children and wake up to REALITY!!!

  • kiiiilllgooglization

    Rev. Jim Jones identified culturally with the Black community too. He was a
    self serving narcissistic. No body gives a damn about Rachel identifying
    with Black culture, she can be who ever she wants to be, she just can’t LIE
    about experiences she never had.

  • Rip Van

    One last set of comments. All commenters on this site should go watch the
    1964 movie “Black Like Me” starring James Whitmore (a White man who decided
    to see the other side of tge coin. It is very timely. You can probably pull
    it up on Youtube. Black folks opining here and elsewhere give off the
    impression that this woman was Black around Black folks, but around others
    wiped her face and said, “look, I am really White; just play acting. So
    give me that loan at the White folks rate ” No, to all who came across her,
    Black and White, she was considered to be Black and was engaged by others
    according (maybe she got a little break from some Blacks who themselves
    prefer lighter over darker Blacks). Moses initially playroled an Egyptian,
    but gave up the luxury life to help his people. Now you have a person who
    likely decided to dwell in the thickets and struggle with you as “you” but
    now gets no love. Before the news broke was she governing herself any
    different towards Black folks as when after the news broke? This is truly a
    teaching moment. But mainly for so-called Blacks. A friend is a friend is a
    friend. We Blacks have a mote in our eye, too. One of my greatest Black
    liberators is a White man – John Brown. I am not putting this woman on par
    with John Brown. However, we need to stop colorizing the world, too. There
    are some that come dressed as sheep and actually are sheep underneath. I
    have heard nothing of this woman that would suggest that her actions were
    that of a wolf. Remember, there are alot wolves out there who, unlike this
    woman, have indelible black skin.

  • Rip Van

    Sorry that TYK was a carryover from a previous response. I cut and pasted
    it here to avoid having to retype it on my smart phone. The message is
    universal.

  • Rip Van

    Black Americans all over the country owe this woman the deepest sense of
    gratitude for she has proven what we already should have known. That is,
    race is less than skin deep, but in actuality, race is superficial and
    topical. It has no bearing on cognitive or physiologic capacity or
    function. It is merely an optical perception. Do blind people see skin
    color (rhetorical question)? The better position or question for Black (and
    White, Yellow, Red, and Brown) people to take is whether those Black folks
    under her charge and within her scope of administration benefitted from her
    being in that position? Or, was she only symbolic, a figurehead, or
    windowdressing for Black folks whom she served? Can her Black constituents
    truthfully state that at the end of her tenure they are better off than
    they were at its beginning? If not, then at worst she is on par with Obama.

  • Rip Van

    TYK
    Bruce Jenner is celebrated. Chaz Bono is celebrated. Obama calls and
    personally congratulates people like Michael Sams, Jason Collins, and the
    Windsor woman, who are behaving in ways that contradict the theory that we
    humans are still a species. Yet the political Left and the Obamas have
    extended no love or support to the Spokane NAACP president who identified
    as Black. She attende an HBCU and has a Black husband with whom she and he
    have conceived and delivered a child who is made up of 50% of each’s DNA
    (without a surrogate, I presume). She passed as Black without medical,
    surgical, or pharmaceutical intervention – no excisions or implants. She
    described several life experiences that were not true (whereas Jenner and
    Bono have also described personal beliefs and occurrences that cannot be
    truth, and have undergone invasive bodily interventions that go against the
    natural biology and physiology of the half of the species that each is a
    DNA and phenotypic member. Yet Jenner and Bono have been greatly celebrated
    by the political Left). I am a Black American adult male, a trained medical
    doctor, who has endured the medical claims of certain factions of the
    medical and psychiatric communities that have supported lgbt delusions that
    are IMPOSSIBLE to substantiate, yet accepted in mainstream society as
    proven truths. In conclusion, if one group can claim to be something other
    than its absolute self by proclaiming life experiences contradictory to his
    or her natural biology and physiology, then the Spokane NAACP president
    (now resigned) should be just as celebrated for making claims about her
    life experiences to legitimize her racial-orientation. The ends do justify
    the means. Otherwise, all lies are equal whether in the mind or in the
    behind.

  • iiiiixxxx

    To sue Howard University? It’s crazy, how most black people don’t have a
    problem with this, laughing applauding this. Take the veil off your eyes
    the woman has a mental problem and is a liar.

  • NaturallyCurlyFlyGyal VixenMezniqueeMattisDiaz

    Nice video 🙂 I already discuss how I felt about Rachel Dolezal #vid I mean
    I feel that Ms. Rachel Dolezal couldn’t make it in the world being a
    average looking white woman and now she’s trying to hip hop in a black
    woman’s lane.#byeiggy Love the fact you were a little bit of a rebel I
    guess it’s the Jamaican blood in you.

  • Soso Private

    Something to think about.

  • Sujewa Ekanayake

    race is political control fiction. it was set up & run to make slavery
    possible. post-slavery the ideas that supported slavery & institutions
    were not dismantled, they just went underground a couple of layers. thus
    we have a two tiered system here – with more freedoms & wealth for whites,
    less for blacks. transracial activism could help end the fiction of race,
    & could end effects of slavery.

  • Dr. Ramona Brockett

    I am enjoying the dialogue sparked by our discussion on “THE RED CARPET.”
    As a black woman, who has been put through hell at the hands of racial
    animus, I in no way endorse the actions of anyone who uses blacks or black
    face to hurt our people. Rachel Dolezal, however used her “black face” to
    enhance Spokane’s NAACP. This is unusual. Her motivation, it seems, sprung
    from her rejection by her family and, possibly, her race. I know this is a
    tough pill for many of us, especially as black women, to swallow. We have
    historically been at the helm of change and revolution in America, yet our
    voices as Black women leading the struggle seem to fall on def ears as
    though we are invisible–then, a white woman in black face becomes the one
    recognized for languaging our struggle. Not cool. Not fair. This video,
    however, is not exploring that issue. My question, and subsequent analysis
    asks and explores: why? Keep the dialogue going, I am impressed by the
    level of intellectual prowess in this discussion…..keep your thoughts
    coming!!!!!

  • E Kirkwood

    She didn’t have to give up any privilege at all. Even with her orange tan
    & fake natural hair , she is still afforded her white female privilege .
    She is a fraud and delusional . Claiming to be a black woman (
    stereo-typically ) and doing all this work she did does not make her a
    hero to us at all. It is pathetic blk folks to do not see how dangerous
    this . Not flattering. REAL black women are out here doing work in our
    communities are constantly being overshadowed , with degrees or not .
    Opportunities being taken away from black women , we can’t wear are hair ,
    etc. I don’t care about her back ground , she has no integrity . Lastly
    using our collective blk female experiences to fuel her delusions /
    narcissism is disgusting. Not impressed #nowhitesaviorshere

  • 30fabtel

    ??????

  • Nicole Ruffin
  • The Rookie Seeks

    Great video as usual!

  • Diamond storm

    Love your videos : )

  • Vontonio Johns

    This month might very well line up with pagan refreshment rituals.

  • Vontonio Johns

    Steve Harvey says: “Hey deah, Sista Do-Zawl!!”

  • Lydia Lindquist

    This sets the stage for a white woman to be elected for president – Hillary
    Clinton.

  • iBOXRIVER .

    Well put it this way… Black people are going to have to first figure out
    whether biracials, quarter blacks, white rappers and black. Before they
    question why Rachel Dolezal isn’t. Because as it stands black people will
    readily accept the former as black even though the almost NEVER fight for
    black right or equality, where a Rachel has been doing it for the past ten
    years.

  • David StudioArtsGuru

    This reminds me of this film called Trick Baby (1973), “White Folks” (Kiel
    Martin) and “Blue” Howard (Mel Stewart) are two con men in Philadelphia.
    White Folks is the son of a white father and a black prostitute mother (the
    reason his enemies call him Trick Baby) whose complexion is light enough
    for him to pass as a white man. Blue is an older black hustler who raised
    White Folks and taught him “the con”.

    Great video Sir Lance and Mrs Ramona.

  • BoardzNdaHOOD

    Keyword is Black. She never claimed to be “African American”. She may have
    had to take for her black adopted siblings. Whites may have been her
    enemies coming up. It’s hard to be black and in a time of skin bleach,
    blonde hair and black men in heels, she was being “strong”. Shit, Clinton
    is considered the first “black” president. Why don’t we feel funny about
    the Kardashians? What are they doing different? The Kardashians are
    just afraid to really be “black”. How many of us even knew this woman
    before this? I’m BLACK POWER to core, but when you see this woman’s heart
    break live for the world, over the fact that she wanted to be black, that
    was fucked up. The reporter was actually saying fuck black people, so she
    walked off knowing who her “real” family was.”Black People!” No one caught
    the word “estranged”. Imagine how she must have felt seeing the very family
    she ran from destroy her new found family…..and most of us helped in the
    assault because she gave up all that “good hair” and privilege, the average
    black would sell you down stream for. I don’t she what see was doing
    wrong….and How could ANYONE study African/Black history and not want to
    be us. WE ARE THE SHIT!………….good show Lance

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