‘When It Comes To Black People, I Think They’re All Ugly,’ Says 16-Year-Old African-American

I know a lot of people take issue with my beliefs my I’m a Caucasian because everything about me is different from an african-american I have naturally straight hair my hair isn’t nappy it doesn’t require weed my nose is not giant is like african-americans my lips aren’t perfect they’re not too big and they’re not too small like they’re just perfect my ears I don’t have black people ears because they’re really giant most African Americans speak ghetto but when it comes to black people I think they’re all ugly and have nothing in common with them I’m different from African Americans because I’m white my figure is just like Kim Kardashian and she’s a wonderful role model I act and I think like a white person instead of a black person’s I believe that I’m completely and utterly better than them like we’re on two different levels like okay African Americans are here I’m here white people act and think just way more mature than African Americans black people they think in a criminal way when I think about African Americans I feel like asking them what is wrong with them they’re really dangerous if African American is on the same street as I am I’ll cross the street to avoid their chaotic thuggish way are you ok I’m irritated I’m sorry I just know that I’m white I mean she might not know that I’m lying but I know that our way I could feel it through my veins I feel it in my blood I tell my mom I’ll never be like any of those Negros my mom tries to criticize me about my supposed race I tell her she’s just ignorant there’s nothing wrong with my views or beliefs because I have freedom of speech and everything I’m saying is true ok treasure how are you this morning pretty great how are you I’m all right you’ve been listening to everything we’ve talked about so far yeah and is there anything that your mom has said or told me about that’s inaccurate incomplete or that you want to add something well I mean actually yeah you guys called me delusional earlier and I feel like the only people I did not call you delusional I asked your mother if she thought you were Jewish yes well you asked for that question I would like to clarify the fact that I am nowhere near delusional I’m actually very capable in a very intelligent person so being delusional and being intelligent or not me exclusive well I feel like if you’re being delusional then you’ve got to be some type of retarded and I’m not that well I have two things to say about that number one that’s absolutely just simply not the fact and number two using that word is very derogatory so I’d appreciate it if you wouldn’t use that word understand only because I’m a very respectful person and if you wish that I don’t use that word then I most definitely won’t use it okay appreciate that no problem when you say that you believe yourself to be Caucasian tell me why you believe that to be true well I know I’m a Caucasian because when I wake up in the morning I just have such a great life and that my hair is so perfect my skin isn’t ugly and I’m not fat also which is also a really African American thing so like I’m just nowhere near like them and plus they’re so thug and criminal that I can’t relate okay well I mean that’s just so riddled with ignorance I don’t even know how to respond [Applause] and and I’m not saying it to be insulting ignorance does it mean black of intelligent means lack of information I think you’re confusing the concept of race and ethnicity because race is really biologically determined my veins are through my blood I don’t just think I’m white I know that I’m white there’s no doubt in my mind you see even though I have told you that your father was not your father and that you are actually african-american you might be lying I don’t trust anything that anyone else says I know that I’m white if Nissa T on the other hand has to do with whether or not you identify with a particular group in terms of their culture and practices beliefs religions things that go along with that particular group and that has nothing to do with race sometimes they can overlap but not always well I feel like you’re wrong you’re completely wrong I know who I am and I know my race and I’m a proud proud white person and there’s nothing I feel it through my blames like it’s literally in my blood there’s no way I don’t believe that I’m white it’s not my ethnicity Richard do you it’s my race

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