Why do white people have black spots on their back?

This the lead page for a section that summarizes a few points I want to make about the white skin, white people.

The title video summarizes something in particular about a perspective on white skin that people from the belt stretching from the Mediterranean to the near orient and all the way to Japan, and people in so described Latin America don't quite understand. Many of the people from these regions had much darker-skinned populations in the past, and many still do. To all intents and purposes they are biracial, light-skinned blacks, mulattos, the kind Nordic Europeans simply label as Black on account of their olive complexions.

The African boy, not being in an environment which is flooded with images of virtues of white skin simply spots the evident flaws of white skin and calls them out like the Emperor's new clothes, something which the average dark-complexioned person in the aforementioned regions probably never gets round to noting.

The purpose is to make people with normal skin approach the matter of colourism from a perspective rooted in the strengths of the biological make up, not from the viewpoint of the slighted and disparaged whose self-esteem need building up.

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White is not right

This world we live in has another name - under the Sun. I am sure you've noticed the term used in the Bible and in other literature. What you may not be aware of is that in some languages, Twi for instance, the term for the world is wiase, which literally translates as Under the Sun. From this interpretation the expression under the sun as used in the Bible probably has no allegoric or poetic meaning. It literally means the world.

The Sun is a star, and all stars emit ultraviolet radiation in varying amounts, so to argue that UV output is a feature of the Sun that is inherently hostile to humans or planetary life is rather bogus. The Sun powers our planet's life cycle and the UV radiation it emits is an essential part of its nature. No UV = No Sun = no life. We have to be Black to be here. If exposing your skin to the Sun can result in severe sunburn in 15 minutes, there is either something wrong with your skin or there is something wrong with the Sun. When you consider that the Sun powers the planet and all other life including your own body and indirectly your skin, I know where to put the blame (hint - it is not the Sun). All animals that live under the sun have evolved traits that protect their skins from UV and humans are no exception. Most mammals and birds have fur or feathers which protect the skin from UV rays, but humans have virtually none, except on our heads. We must have melanin in our skins.

How many hairless mammals have white/pink skin? Virtually none, only humans and (white) domesticated pigs. Humans can fashion clothing and build shelters to protect themselves from the Sun. With the exception of the pigs we are accustomed to, we immediately observe hairless mammals featuring white/pinkish skin as sickly and aberrant. White domesticated pigs have been selectively bred by humans and live in shelters. When domesticated pigs escape or are released into the wild, within a few generations their hair grows back and their skins become darker. The other animals that are hairless are mainly elephants and hippos, both of which have their melanin, with hippos secreting oils which protect their skins further. Hippos also wallow in mud to keep themselves cool and protect themselves as well.

We are meant to be coloured, we are meant to be black. Roaming around our under the sun and cavorting around in the skins we are born with means being black.

So you see people, your complexions are not dark. Your complexions are evolved, adapted, normal, in harmony with the Sun, your life giver. When your ancestors stepped outside to recite the Gayatri did they fret that the Sun would darken and burn their skins, and did the women worry it would make them less eligible? The condition where the world's main media companies promote white skin as the desirable trait, especially the blonde and red-haired kind even in countries where such traits are minority traits, traits marked by skin which is deeply stressed when exposed in its natural solar powered environment is plain pathological.

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White skin is an illness

Shocking isn't it? Yes it is. Properly speaking it may described as a maladaption or a genetic fault, and it is fatal in any other animals other than human beings who are versatile enough to cover themselves with fabrics to protect their bare skins from sunshine. The only other animals with white skin I know of are mole rats, but that may be primarily because the live underground where they are protected from the Sun. They also have some genetic traits which provide resistance to cancer. The pigs you see which have white skin are only viable because they are bred in captivity and their exposure the Sun is controlled by their farmers. White skinned pigs need to have sunblock applied to their skin before being let out into the Sun. Naturally they can't wear clothing. Not only it seems that when they are released into the wild they revert to having more colour and hair that give their skins greater protection.

Before I proceed with this section I have to make the distinction between white skin and White people. White skin is the physical trait itself, the trait people with a cream/ivory/offwhite which tends to appear pink when suffused with blood possess. It is a trait which in its most idealized form in the old world is generally displayed by people mostly in North Europe, but is found in many other parts of the world. It is not associated with blonde or red hair in the other parts of the world where it is found, such as in China, Central Asia and Japan. White people simply means the ethnic groups constituted mainly of white skinned people. Ethnicity is more appropriate than nationality because some countries which have been mostly white in the past have had high levels of migration which have changed their ethnic composition.

The indigenes or natives of your tropical environment who naturally possess white skin in its idealized form (the type with red and blonde hair) are actually persons with albinism, with the attendant opinion that it is an illness, an affliction. For all practical purposes their skin suffers from exposure to the Sun in the same way that the skin of African albinos suffers from Sun exposure. White people restrict the term albinism to the kind with neurological symptoms which affect vision, and don't apply it to their skin, although from the perspective of a Black person, their skin types are affected by Sun exposure in the same manner.

The point I want to make here is that a preference for white skin is basically a preference for what is essentially a physical flaw. How often don't you see moles and freckles on white skin. So in effect the desire to breed for white skin is essentially a pathological cultural and social attitude, and only exists among Black people because of its relentless propagation by the media and commercial institutions White people as the trait to be desired. I think there is an instinctive fear of normal skin among White people because of an intuitive sense that it is genetically fitter, and they feel the need to daemonize it because it is a threat to their survival. It is hard to tell whether white skin is simply a badge of tribal identity they believe they should maintain, or whether their form is the product or a desire of a non-human intelligence, one that doesn't want to coexist with normal people.

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Alternatives to Dark Skin

What are the alternatives to a skin compound that protects against UV? I guess hair or fur, tough reptilian skin, or scales. I guess if we would like to moult every now and then that would be fine, or we could resemble some weird reptilian aliens in scifi movies.

Take your pick. We have a sense of how horrible hairless animals look, although we are hairless animals ourselves, and it is especially so when they are pink skinned animals, because we associate that pink skin with a kind of vulnerability, a kind of exposedness. We have an intuition that dark skin in hairless animals is some what more acceptable than pink skin. Because with pink skin there is the sense that some essential ingredient is missing, namely the melanin compound needed against UV protection.

Another alternative is a form of melanin or an alternative to melanin which would result in other colours besides the reddish-brown or fawn/ruddy colour and the lighter greenish-browns that we display. We could then have all kings of colours besides our dark colours, even the pink that a lot people seem to favour. Perhaps the jet black complexions we see in the worlds oldest populations is the most effective protection against UV, though I would leave that to the scientists.

There a number of theories as to why human beings lost the fur that their fellow primates have. The one I prefer the most is the Aquatic Ape Theory, a theory based on the idea that human beings lost their fur/hair as part of a process of adapting to live on the shorelines of inland seas, rivers, the sea itself etc. Some of the human traits which also evolved from that are also bipedalism, subcutaneous fat, crying in the form of tears etc.

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