Volume Four Finale: The Only Two Rules That Count

She feels Black, and is down with da struggle. What?

Rule #1: An enemy of my enemy is my friend, even if they run game on me, too.

Rule #2: I am whoever and however I feel I am, and you are who I feel you are. Society is to affirm me in it.

Those are the two most prevalent rules in society today. The first rule is the easiest to follow. All it takes is knowing how to say the right things to the right folks. It helps a lot if you’re already a celebrity or originally perceived to be an antagonist. As long as you rail against others as much as you con your own clique, then conning is actually forgivable.

Now, the second rule is a lot like the first. But a change in identity runs the risk of change in ideology, which makes the need to maintain the party line take on greater meaning. As long as they do that… well, see the last sentence of the previous paragraph. You can be who you want, so long as you at least publicly keep the same groupthink patterns of your past life.

Consider Rachel Dolezal, President of the NAACP’s Spokane branch. For years, she presented herself as a female with at least one Black parent. By her actual parents, White people living in Montana, to use the words of Atlanta’s 11Alive, Rachel was “outed as a White woman”. Anger and outrage over her years of her attempted black face ensued. But this, too, shall pass.

You see, Rachel was merely adhering to rule #2: she truly feels she is Black. She feels it, and therefore she is it. Wasn’t that what made the previous blog’s subject a courageous hero? Besides, if rule #2 fails her, she can always rely on rule #1. Yeah, her faux light-skinned Blackness was a ruse, but hey, she’s down with da struggle.

So yes, for now, Rachel Dolezal will be criticized for appropriating Black culture and victimhood, or have people insist her trans-racial identity mocks the trans-gender movement. But sooner or later, some common threat’s going to say… something to make Ms. Dozelal’s critics call for an armistice. After all, getting played from within isn’t half as bad as being threatened from without.

The main reasons why all these “rights” groups are so damned popular anyhow are pretty simple. They’re churches for the “virtuous”, safe havens for the maladjusted, and hen houses for foxes. The NAACP is just a prime example. When the smoke clears, Rachel Dolezal will still be standing as a trans-racial champion of social justice… and the hustler that got away with it.

The two golden rules demand it.

This is the end result of adherence to them, and those who tout them have no right to get mad when they’re used against them. And by the way, if a trans-racial movement sounds absurd, think about laws passed in 1996, and see what’s on the plate today.

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Posted on June 14, 2015, in NAACP, Outed White Women, Rachel Dolezal and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Personally, I don’t think she’ll survive. She’s been a fraud, championing a false narrative & one of the confrontations I viewed, showed a mentally ill (delusional level) woman caught in the lie. She has sought advancement in the guise of a black woman. I’m sure her parents aren’t saints either, all of which points to a sad & oft repeated scenario nowadays when a scandal hits the fan. That being, all parties are oddballs or scum or ill.

    I’ve decided today, that I’m a little asian girl that’s not really attractive. How can I work it to finagle a career & a steady income. I’m sure someone will agree with me. Enough to start a band or social club, where I am the star!

    The only thing that has surprised me is the level of deceit, which I am accustomed to seeing from a sort of person from Southern California, who is always on the take, always the grifter. The middle Northwest? They’re not known for being Einsteins. I guess they’re ripe for the picking. She found an interesting niche.

    She’ll have to move now.

  2. “So what if she lied about being Black? She’s down with da struggle!” (Rule #1), and “Well, Bruce feels like a woman, so why can’t Rachel feel like a sistah?” (Rule #2) are the most common defenses for this woman I’ve heard. The NAACP itself used the first one. In other words, she’ll only get dumped if she’s too embarrassing, but there’s still plenty of suckers out there for her.(hen houses for foxes)

    Many of these civil rights/pro-black groups do not hate White people. They OBSESS over them, and nothing fires them up like a White person joining them, kinda like when LGBT’s get a “straight ally”. (love of defectors/assumed enemies) When that doesn’t happen, they’ll turn the worship to the light-skinned/biracial folks. Rachel knew that, as do other kinds of Presidents. Tinges of self-loathing and infatuation are very helpful to a successful hustle.

    I was experimenting with dropping down to 500 words per posting, but I’m not so sure that’s a good idea, considering what all had to be left out. And I thank you for commenting, Marc; otherwise, I may not have noticed it.

  3. Then that explains why the civil rights (industry) folks haven’t been too outraged. I was wondering if they felt outraged that their blackness had been co-opted by a schizophrenic. Perhaps, the only reason for a possible expulsion or resignation would be if their donations are in jeopardy. I noticed she’s planning on a big statement Monday which is supposed to be followed up immediately by a statement from the NAACP chapter.

    Not that you’re just starting out, you’re not, but I originally wrote a few 1000+ & 500+ pieces which seemed like too much of a project at the time but I’d first been inspired by a few long pieces. All of which are great, but unless someone’s paying me a salary or I’m on a contract it turns out to be ridiculous. I also experimented & found that the particular people that frequent my blog don’t want to read so much. So, I try to be brief for them, condensing down to 300+ instead. Sometimes 150+. Since you mentioned it.

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