Can A Black Person Be Racist?

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Dohgons are so pro-Black that we may be misunderstood as being anti-white. Some people may even be asking the question “Are you people practicing reverse racism?” No! The truth is, our Blackness has very little to do with race, but rather it is about a state of mind not a race of people. It is about returning the AfRAkan mind to a condition of equity, fairness, and accountability to humanity and the natural laws of the universe. Our Blackness is about reconnecting to Pure Dark Energy which is the Spirit of the universe. Once you understand what we are about you will know why Black people cannot be racist.

What is a race? A Race is a distinct population of people having similar anatomical features, cultural practices, ethnic and genetic blood line, and have historical, linguistic, and religious roots from the same geographical location. Although the color black has been associated with AfRAkans because of our skin it is not indicative of the race as AfRAkans are the most genetically diverse race of people on the planet. From South AfRAka to the Sahara Desert you can find various skin tones ranging from very dark to very light. Similarly, outside of AfRAka with race mixing you will find an even wider range of skin colors.

So, what does being Black mean? Black is a state of mind created when an AfRAkan person is connected to his Spirit. As was stated before, the Spirit is the Pure Dark Energy that holds the universe together. Pure Dark Energy is just being recognized by modern science but the Dohgon knew about it thousands of years ago. It can be found in the core of Stars and in the Melatonin that it produces in the minds of people and animals. The production of Melatonin at night when all light sources are eliminated and while asleep is an indication of a Spiritual connection. It is also what defines a Black mind state.

A Black mind state results in a condition of equity, fairness, and accountability. Once someone produces enough Melatonin it is impossible to be unjust or racist but it does not stop one from hating injustice or those who engage in racist practices. One has to be very careful however because unjust thinking can also halt the production of Melatonin. That is how one can be an African and not be connected to their Spirit. Also, we are not saying it is a bad thing but it is how the disconnection from the Spirit produced the other races 30 thousand years ago during the last great ice age.

Today in AfRAka there are countless wars, killings and injustices that occur due to a continual disconnection from the Spirit. Women are bleaching their skin to get whiter and are straightening their hair because they dislike the effects of Melanin. That is because once disconnected from the spirit the mind begins to rely on coping mechanisms such as religion and science to define reality. We began to feel that assimilation and learning the tricks of exploitation is the right way to go in order to survive even though it goes against our true nature.

How do can we re-connect to our Spirit? In order to re-connect to our Spirit we need to practice equity, fairness, and accountability as well as to learn the language of the Spirit which is Natural Numbers. If you are AfRAkan, Dohgon Spirituality provides a way to re-connect with your Spirit with the use of Natural Numbers. Dohgon Spirituality is not limited to race however, as we have Caucasian members who have been with us for years. As long as you are willing to accept the fact that the African is the original human out of which all the races originated and that Blackness is the true nature of the universe then all people can learn how to shed unjust and racist thinking.

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