BLACK PEOPLE It's not SELLING OUT. I...

BLACK PEOPLE It's not SELLING OUT. IT'S STOCKHOLM SYNDROME

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MOSES-1

United States

#1 Nov 14, 2010
I've done it before and I'm just as guilty of anyone here. It was recently that I learned something and if anyone think they know it all, stick around AA long enough and they will learn something new everyday.

Stockholm syndrome occurs when a person has been severely abused, traumatized, kidnapped and indoctrinated over an extended period of time. The victim eventually see their abuser as their lover, care taker and friend.

People that have stockholm syndrome will defend and protect their abuser, assailant or captive.

That is a brief explanation of what we call a SELLOUT.

Instead of using a week, a year or couple of years of physical and emotional abuse, let's look at 400 years of slavery and another 156 years of Jim Crow and racism. Then we can see Stockholm Syndrome.

After w can properly identify what it is that cause certain bm/bw to seek white companionship, we properly deal with it.

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