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Kyle Phoenix Answers:If racism is mostly about the fear of the unknown, then why some of the most rabid and prolific racists came from urban areas?

Ergo, the elimination of racism isn't people just accepting others it's an integration, our family portraits must become multi-melinated because then power is distributed and superiority is subjective.

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Kyle Phoenix Reviews: X-Treme X-Men (2001-2003) #1

 X-Treme X-Men (2001-2003) #1


 If you aren't familiar with the evolution, history and norms of X-men over the last decade, this book just looks like a particularly good looking set of cliches with a somewhat confusing story. However, X-men followers will recognize that there's almost no such thing as cliches with Claremont as he created all of them. Back in the eighties and early nineties, Claremont reinvented the X-men from the nerdy, high school rejects that Stan Lee created, into snazzy looking heroes that were feared by a non-mutant familiar society. Claremont is also credited with the creation of Rogue. In this series, the southern belle with voices in her head has gone from sassy tomboy with a streaked mane of teased hair, to a quiet loner with a cropped look that betrays a certain feeling of repentance.


 This reinvention of Rogue isn't 100% though, as Rogue smiles when she and Gambit are kicking Triad [behind] in Australia. The plot is a little hard to follow, and Claremont has a proclivity towards 'down-time' issues. 'Dreamtime seranade' is one of these issues, and while it gives artist Salvador Larrocca a chance to stretch his legs (an incredible visual pay-off), Claremont lays back and the plot starts to disappear. One thing that's interesting about Claremont's style is how he multi-tasks. In Australia, the team investigates charges that Gambit killed veteran X-men bad guy Viceroy. To accomplish this Storm and Thunderbird go in search of Viceroy's rumored children as (if they exist) would be targets for whoever killed Viceroy. Bishop looks into the killing, pretending to be an Australian federal investigator. 


Bishop manages to offend Rogue who runs off, finds Gambit and the two of them search for Viceroy's real killer. Sage all the while gets into a fight with Lady Mastermind and the Hellfire Club. The stories are interesting, but can be confusing at times since they don't tie together. My real complaints, though, lie in the formatting. Claremont takes into consideration that his book may be the first X-men story ever read by someone, so he takes precautions not to lose the virgins, but the constant message boxes reiterating stuff you read two pages ago (though on original release was a month ago) can get annoying. But between Claremont's classic storytelling and Larroca's gorgeous artwork (one of the book's gimmicks is a lack of an inker), the book is really a terrific read.
Something to note is that this book runs parallel to New X-men, so buying this alongside one of 'X-men: E is for Extinction' is recommended.


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Kyle Phoenix Answers: Why do anti-Blacks get angry, when they see a Black person or nation that is doing well or even better than them?

The mental illness of racism is predicated on superiority so to see a judge or a doctor or a coworker or the thousands of multimillionaire entrepreneurs in America or nations that one looking through the social construct prism of racialization at prospering would challenge that superiority viewpoint.
A white coworker often spoke around us non-whites in such racially offensive ways that even white coworkers put him in check. I personally wasn't offended when he did things like constantly in a hip hop slang use nigger I eventually explained from listening to him he grew up in an extremely dysfunctional home, had done felony time, couldn't drive, his father got him the job, his son and ex wife lived far away, he owes $25 k in back child support, he pays over $80k in taxes on his 150$ k salary because of no tax money management skills, he'd had several cases of dire pancreatic failure due to his excessive nightly drinking, he had only a GED, he was never going to be promoted, he owes the irs 15$ k and he is on a cocktail of mental health, illness drugs because he admits to not knowing fundamentally who he is, even sexually. By definition, he, not others is the epitome of a nigger.

His constant slurring was a passive aggressive behavior to example superiority but in clear, estimable measurement by everyone around him, he wasn't.
Disregarding the coworker is easy but racism becomes pernicious and dangerous as power positions shift. But that envy? Anger? Dissonant challenge to delusional superiority must be deeply frustrating.

I told my coworker within this racialized system, he was a waste of white skin. Melanin measurement in this system gives him both privilege and advantage but he can't maximize it. As the 21st century progresses to deal with race we'll have to deal with the shock, pain and bewilderment of "white" oppressors as their power dynamics shift and systems change. The majority of the world, over 70% is not white, its only concentrated social separation through anti-miscegenation laws that have us still demarked. 20% of Americans are mixed, 15% black, 15% Latino....that resentment is having it's last roar now, socially and politically.

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Liberation List (fashion/biography)Coco Chanel: An Intimate Life by Lisa Chaney


Revolutionizing women's dress, Gabrielle "Coco'' Chanel was the twentieth century's most influential designer. Her extraordinary and unconventional journey—from abject poverty to a new kind of glamour—helped forge the idea of modern woman.


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