The Isis Papers

Finally a post by a popular blogger on this Book.


the-isis-papers“The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors” (1991) contains 25 essays written by Dr Frances Cress Welsing in the 1970s and 1980s. Dr Welsing, a practising US psychiatrist, builds on the ideas of Neely Fuller and Carl Jung to understand the nature of racism (White supremacy).

She lays out her main ideas in the first four chapters and then in the other 21 applies them to different things, like guns, rape, the Jewish Holocaust, AIDS, teenaged mothers, Black love, Black fear, “justifiable homicide” and so on.

Her main idea:

“The white global collective remains genetically recessive to the black, brown, red and yellow global majority and lives each day and each minute of every hour in the continuous fear of white annihilation by the global majority of genetic dominants. This fundamental fear of albino isolation, abandonment and genetic annihilation is at the core of Western civilization – a civilization…

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~ by Mbeti on January 10, 2015.

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