UK NEWS: ‘MEDIA PERSONALITY’ AND BUSINESSMAN BEN DOUGLAS CALLED THE N-WORD AT BAFTA AWARDS / “I’M FROM SURREY NOT HARLEM”

Ben Douglas

Self proclaimed “successful businessman” / delusional Ben Douglas who recently appeared on the BBC Big Question show (CLICK HERE TO WATCH SHOW) where he discussed being adopted in to a white family, described himself as an English man, had no interest in embracing his culture, and is quoted as saying “it’s ridiculous for me to be running around in tribal gear and trying to cook over an open fire”, was called a “nigger’s bitch” at the prestigious BAFTA Awards which took place last Sunday in London.

Via The Daily Mail

Every now and again something happens that is so shocking, you walk away wondering if it was just a bad dream.

These events are mercifully rare – they come along perhaps once or twice a decade, and are all the more remarkable for it.

I experienced one of them last Sunday night, and I am only now coming to terms with the fact that it actually happened.

It took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, where I had been invited to attend the Bafta awards.

Always a wonderful occasion, this year’s event was no different, and it was in a mood of relaxed delight that I stepped outside for some fresh air during the evening . . . and in doing so stepped back into the Seventies.

After spotting my companion, an elegant executive at a glossy magazine, a curly-haired man looked me up and down and then asked her: ‘Are you with him?’

His response to her affirmative nod stopped me in my tracks: ‘You’re a nigger’s bitch *(see note below), that’s what you are.’

Then, apparently oblivious to the wide-eyed shock of everyone within earshot, he went on to repeat the insult no fewer than seven times (I counted).

I said: ‘Excuse me?’

He answered: ‘Yeah, nigger?’

‘What did you say?’

‘Nigger.’ He appeared to enunciate the word with some relish.

‘I think that’s a bit off,’

I said. ‘Would you mind not using that word please?’

‘What, nigger? Nigger? Nigger’s not offensive. Nothing wrong with nigger. I know loads of niggers.’

Perhaps it was the champagne – he was clearly refreshed – but to my mind the fact that nobody tore a strip off him had more to do with his identity. Continue Reading….

[Thanks So Frolushes]

A shocked and devastated Ben claims that the man who called him a “nigger” is a friend of Kate Moss.
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Oh dear.. oh dear Ben! Several months ago you were mouthing off and laughing off your heritage and distancing yourself from black culture, and now months later you’re running crying to the Daily Mail because you were called a “nigger” at a prestigious event.
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I am not condoning what the fool said and he should definitely be named and shamed (rumour has it the racist in question is Kate’s celebrity hairstylist best pal James Brown). But I have absolutely no sympathy for Ben, a man who has now been brought back down to earth with an almighty bump! I’m not going to protect him. He is on his own.
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Check out below a hilarious extract from Ben’s article…
But here’s the rub: this fool thought he was bonding with me as a black man. By using the N-word (and for the record I would rather he had used the C-word – it’s that bad), he thought he was being fashionable. I believe they call it ‘street’.

Well here is the reality: I am not from the mean streets of Detroit, Harlem or LA. I am from Teddington in Surrey, and while my genetic roots are Bajan, the parents who raised me are as white as the buffoon who stood there insulting me.

Awww…Poor delusional foolish Ben. Hahahaha! Still living in fantasy land, believing that racism no longer exists and that he was safe because he has money and moves in affluent/wealthy circles.

The tide has turned so who are you going to run to Ben??? Not the black community that’s for sure! I think you’ve burned your bridges there luv.

36 replies »

  1. See, right here this foolish so called Negro should have reasoned with himself that maybe his stance in dismissing who he is, is a foolhardy mission in itself. These coconuts are soon about to find out the true nature of the so called European man and that he is not their friend. In reality, most Europeans are laughing at this chief and thinking, “well, he most certainly is not one of us”.

    Another delusion that has been programmed into our people is the idea that the so called European culture is superior to all others. People especially the so called white man seems to forget very quickly that before his conquest of the New World and Africa, he was a man living like an original tramp in disease, extreme poverty and absolute squaller. The Spanish couldn’t believe the orderly and clean conditions that the people of South America were living in upon arrival in their land. Of course to justify their plundering of the resources, the good reports quickly turned to calling the natives “savages” and “uncontrollable beasts”.

    I am sick and tired of coconuts and the twisted self hatred they have for their own people. The same European boots that this Ben Douglas likes to lick and shine will soon be the same boots that will be stamping him in the head and kicking him in his rectum.

  2. Am I the only shocked by “I am not from the mean streets of Detroit, Harlem or LA. I am from Teddington in Surrey”

    What exactly that means????

    I am more confused by this statement that him being called the N-word! lol!

  3. Lesson to Ben Douglas: Never, ever, think you are immune to the attitude of others from the wider world. A closeted upbringing is NOT a protection from reality.

    And, yes, Nubiabella, imo, he smeared the blacks living in Detroit, Harlem, and LA, which makes him just as guilty of the offense of which he is complaining!

  4. The minute I read his article, I assumed it was James Brown. Racism is racism and I hate racists but Ben is a fool. He goes out of his way to show that he’s ‘white’ and wasn’t raised by black parents so why is he so offended by someone calling him a ‘nigger’?

    And what’s all this about him not being ‘from Harlem’ but rather Surrey? Does being from Harlem mean that he would be given the privilege of being called a nigger?

    Publicity stunt to me.

  5. Never heard of this guy but, no he didn’t say this crap. Tribal gear and cooking over an open fire? Good grief this boy needs to be educated.

  6. I THINK JAMES BROWN NEEDS A ROUND OF APPLAUSE…… AT FIRST I SYMPATHISED NATURALLY WITH BEN .. but when i checked him out and re read what he said about black people…. ( subtle inferring that he shouldnt be called a nigger because he is from surrey and therefore doesnt carry on like the rest of these so called black people that act like they are from harlem……..) i have no love for ben… ben has the bigger problem here!!

  7. What’s the C-Word?
    Him like many black fail to understand one thing, it doesn’t matter where you live, who raise you, how much money you have in your bank account, what circle you move in, if your girlfriend or wife is Caucasian, or if you’re a shade lighter than other black people. You’re still black and inferior in some peoples eye. I guess everyone dream of a fantasy world, so Ben has created his and it’s located in Teddington.

  8. As a man raised in Harlem as a kid then to Chicago…i take offense. But you know once i read a lot of what he had to say…i say that’s what he gets.This man is a fool! It’s just that simple… See this is another reason i don’t think some whites should adopt Black kids. They don’t teach them their heritage! This is a prime example of this. And what’s sad is that the people he love and praise are sitting back laughing at his Black ass! I have no sympathy for a Black fool! He thinks he’s white…please! Never will and why would you want to be.. Unless you hate yourself.. I’m so over self hating Black people! What is wrong with so many of us. Having a white friend,wife,husband will never make you white. Oprah said one day…that no matter how much money she has or have achieved she will never be allowed in some avenues in life. Because of her Black skin. And to let a man…let a lone a white man degrade you like that s just shameful! Could not have been me.lol! Lights out! lol! But what is even more insulting is he wouldn’t name him because he don’t want to destroy his career!!! This man made you feel like scum…and you want to protect him….come on… Just a fool and will always be a fool! I normally will jump to my Black people side….but this one here….no!!!! BLACK PEOPLE ……wake up and stop giving others power over you. We are so much more than just followers… We are strong,beautiful,intelligent need i say more..

  9. HAHHAHAHA. Since I saw him on the Big Question and read about his antics on radio 4 I just cant take this man seriously. I have mixed raced siblings who have more culture than he does.

    He is a man who rejects his blackness based on having white adoptive parents and growing amongst white people. He ridiculed Precious on on the big question when she talked about the cultural and identity problems she developed from being raised in a white family and the negative stance she was given on her birth parents and other black folk. Ben wants to be seen as English, but the majority of Black folk in the uk call themselves British.

    He is A-typical confused. He rejects black culture than comes running back saying he was verbally abused as a black man when called the n-word. DM kind of threw him under the bus too because they left a little editors note to clearly state it was Ben who insisted the full N-word was printed and not the usual censored one.

    Why does he think rappers are gangsters, why does he think black people in those cities can be called the n-word and more importantly why does he have the assumption that he is on a higher level because he goes to theatre and works on theatre. I have many black friends who are culturally aware and attend theatre of varying genres.

    Ben get’s no sympathy from me. I do not think he wants sympathy from black folk anyway hence he went to DM and not say The voice or Colourful radio or some black establishment. He does not care what we think.

    Oh and one more thing, If i was from harlem i would be proud as I would then be able to lay claim to such literary greatness that took place during the Harlem renaissance and the many great cultural events that take place there.

  10. I’ve tried writing this many times, and have deleted many paragraphs, when only a few words will do just as good. Ben, take off your blindfold and look in the mirror. Embrace whatever social circles you feel comfortable in, but also EMBRACE who you are.

  11. black is beautul .. i know your pain….!! but the truth is .. BEN DOUGLAS IS NOT WORTH EDUCATING. HE BELIEVES WHAT HE BELIEVES….. AND SO WOULD YOU IF YOU WERE RAISED WITH THAT KIND OF BIAS… WITH NO LONGTERM THOUGHT FOR MAKING SURE HE UNDERSTOOD HIS CULTURE A BIT BETTER…. LATER!!! FOR THE HATER!!

  12. @Ty you said it well!!! But let him keep living…he will see just how Black he really is.! Just another example of self hate.

  13. OK he parents are white, as a child and teenager I understand is confusion. However he’s grown, successful business man (his words) so I assume he’s educated. It’s clear that he does not look anything like his parents, therefore no one need to educate him on his culture he should have educated himself. He has a lot of resources that can connect him with his black heritage. I think he doesn’t want to embrace his heritage, so if he move around certain circles and socialize with certain people he believe that it puts him on a different level than other blacks reason why he mention those cities that are predominantly black cities, this make him look stupid because great people and people who made a difference where born in those cities. I believe he made this public to get some publicity period.

  14. As harriet Tubman said…she could have freed thousands more slaves…if they had known they were slaves!!! Deep to me….enough said!

  15. Negro is my race and i am proud of it. wouldn’t change it for the world. And i am also Angolan and Jewish Portuguese too. Funny enough the only racism i suffer is for being a follower of TANTRA as developed by the ancient Hindus. I own a Tantra temple and there isn’t a day that goes by without me being the target of other people’s issues.

    People are just nasty, and they will use any particular aspect of and individual to highlight their fears and insecurities. For some the worse fear is to cook on an open fire. Others is to loose a gorgeous white women affection to a black guy. No hope for the way some people deal with their insecurities.

    All I can say is NAMASTE,
    Shakti Verah
    PeaceQuiet in Warwick

  16. What a mess. Anyway, to sum this mess up, in the words of Richard Pryor, ‘I’m not for integration, but i’m not against it’.

    Ps, summing the incident.

  17. another ps, i love black people ghetto and all. I feel more comfortable around them, loud and all, moaning and all, messed as we may be..lol, but that is the beauty of it all, frustrating as it may be sometimes.

    in the words of Richard Pryor again *rolls eyes* ‘i had the opportunity to be white and turned it down’ (something like that anyway).

  18. its frightening to know that this fool has the resources of the media at his finger tips but does not have the courage to use it and give black people a voice i have no sympathy for the… i was going to call him a man i’ll just leave it blank

  19. moreno :As harriet Tubman said…she could have freed thousands more slaves…if they had known they were slaves!!! Deep to me….enough said!

    I couldn’t have put it better myself

  20. wow I love it. Ben Thomas got what he deserved calling him a Nigger is worse than calling other black people nigger, because he trys so hard to distance himself from being black. i expect Ben Thomas was looking around thinking is this guy talking to me, I’m not even black what does this buffoon mean hahahaha, here’s news for you Ben Thomas you are black and that’s the first thing people see when they look at you whether you like it or not. I’m a black man who was brought up by a white family in Brighton a white area, my heritage is Nigerian and the family who raised me, still laugh about Africans, I never got the joke and still don’t. I rebelled against them went to Nigerian learned Yoruba, learnt black history from pre slavery to now days and realised just how beautiful black is, and how Africa has influenced the world and had the greatest Empires in the world. Can Ben Thomas really be that stupid, when he talks about tribal gear and open fires doesn’t he realise that when white people were in their caves trying to speak, africans were building pyramids, roads and writing books, when he first meets white people trust me they see him as black, it don’t matter how he’s dressed, how well he speaks white people don’t see the difference between him and the most ghetto black man on the planet, awwww now Ben’s on his own, it’s strength in numbers baby and I hope he gets wiped out, dumb mofo

  21. tymusic :black is beautul .. i know your pain….!! but the truth is .. BEN DOUGLAS IS NOT WORTH EDUCATING. HE BELIEVES WHAT HE BELIEVES….. AND SO WOULD YOU IF YOU WERE RAISED WITH THAT KIND OF BIAS… WITH NO LONGTERM THOUGHT FOR MAKING SURE HE UNDERSTOOD HIS CULTURE A BIT BETTER…. LATER!!! FOR THE HATER!!

    I agree with you, it’s better to leave him, but growing up in a white family is no excuse for him to be like that, I was brought up in a white family in Brighton a white area, by a white family who laughed about Africa there were only 5 black kids in the whole school I’m very serious, yet I have educated myself on black culture and history, and love being black the difference is when you grow up surrounded by black people you don’t realise you’re black when you grow up in a white area trust me everyday you know you’re black and to me it became more important

  22. Chico-rei :

    I agree with you, it’s better to leave him, but growing up in a white family is no excuse for him to be like that, I was brought up in a white family in Brighton a white area, by a white family who laughed about Africa there were only 5 black kids in the whole school I’m very serious, yet I have educated myself on black culture and history, and love being black the difference is when you grow up surrounded by black people you don’t realise you’re black when you grow up in a white area trust me everyday you know you’re black and to me it became more important

    Chico-re i must add reading what you had to say about growing up in a white household was deep to me. But what made you want to know who you are and where you came from. I mean how did you feel when they would laugh about Africa? I’m just curious please don’t be offended. But I’m sure all that you went through made you stronger….right? And it seems to have mad you a very proud BLACK MAN!!! PEACE Oh give me some more of that education about our people.lol!

  23. Ben Douglas got what he deserved. I hope the same happens to his best mate Paul Atherton. Black is beautiful.

  24. I am shocked to read some of the comments left by people who clearly don’t get or cant grasp what the point of the articles are !! and a note to all of you out there I am not a sub by that I mean I don’t sign off the final proof so any errors where a mistake I know where I live.

    If you don’t like what I have to say then don’t read it …. clearly it’s good enough for the media.

  25. Yo Benny boy, why don’t you write about your shock and horror? The Dsily Wail might publish it again.

  26. ” f you dont like it dont read it “…………… and how are you supposed to not like something without reading it ?
    we read your account and YOU ARE A FAILURE!! A SUCCESSFUL FAILURE!!!! BE GONE….

  27. Ben, go away. No one even cares that you were verbally assaulted, not even your own people. Oh wait, hang on a sec, who does he relate to again?? The readers of the Daily Mail (from their comments, they don’t seem to care) or the very people that look like him, who he publicly denounced on national television. You know, the people who he believes “cook on open fires, while running around in grass skirts”.
    The very fact that he allowed someone to call him a Nigger 8 times, speaks volumes to me. He must of thought he was talking to some other black man. For anyone to look at the highly intelligent “Ben Douglas” and call him the “N” word, must have been more than a shock to the system. Don’t they know he comes from Surrey, not Harlem!

  28. Ben all i can say is silly little man! Oh is he a man…hmmmmm! Just a sad case of self hate!BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL….ONE DAY YOU WILL REALIZE IT!!!!!!!!! Because others will show you just how white you’re not!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well that was already done…right? As the show on BET network says “MY BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!”

  29. moreno :

    Chico-rei :

    I agree with you, it’s better to leave him, but growing up in a white family is no excuse for him to be like that, I was brought up in a white family in Brighton a white area, by a white family who laughed about Africa there were only 5 black kids in the whole school I’m very serious, yet I have educated myself on black culture and history, and love being black the difference is when you grow up surrounded by black people you don’t realise you’re black when you grow up in a white area trust me everyday you know you’re black and to me it became more important

    Chico-re i must add reading what you had to say about growing up in a white household was deep to me. But what made you want to know who you are and where you came from. I mean how did you feel when they would laugh about Africa? I’m just curious please don’t be offended. But I’m sure all that you went through made you stronger….right? And it seems to have mad you a very proud BLACK MAN!!! PEACE Oh give me some more of that education about our people.lol!

    Hey man thanks for the reply, growing up in Brighton was very hard, the white family that raised me always taught me that race doesn’t matter yet when I went outside I saw the opposite,I grew up at the time when Boyz n Hood had just came out, suddenly I had white girls chasing me just because I was black, white kids asking do I sell crack and can I rap, PE teachers putting me on the right wing in football, saying things like he’s black he’s gotta be fast I’m being serious, lucky for me I am a very strong minded person so I done my own thing, that was the difference I’m strong minded I had one black friend we didn’t become friends because we were black we became friends because we had the same interests and love R&B which wasn’t mainstream big at the time, the rest of our friends were white and even though they hated us talking about black issues they came to accept it there they go again talking about black issues again, a couple of friends even said to me a few years back how much they respected me because I was proud of being black and done my own thing, he said at the time we used to take the piss, but now I see where you was coming from and have nothing but respect for you.

    I’m lucky in a way I know white people as much as they know themselves, and something Ben Douglas I hope you’re reading has to understand iss, white people never respect you when you talk about black people not needing culture, they like you but don’t respect you, because this country is built on culture and history and the reason why England is falling apart is because the culture and history is started to get blurred with so many immigrants coming into country, if you don’t thing hostory or culture matters, why do you think there is remembrance day, WW2 programmes are always on, we are taught about 1066, the plague the great fire of London, Lored Nelson, the only time white people culture doesn’t matter is when black people talk about it, we spend all the time justifying it and never doing it, why do you think Jews are so successful as a race, when they are a race who are hated as much as blacks, because they are proud of their history, their culture and draw strength from it.

    I always loved history at first all I learnt was white history about kings and queens of England and Europe then one day I was in school and there was picture of Olaudah Equiano a black man who fought against slavery in the UK something that is rarely mentioned in the UK I didn’t know who it was at the time, but thought to myself why don’t we learn about black people, I then went to the library and picked up a book called black diaspora where I learnt about slave resistance, it made me feel proud before then I always thought black people just accepted being slaves and never fought back, that opened my mind and instead of just learning about European history I started learning about African history and how Ancient Egypt was all black when the pyramids were bulit and how arabs came to the country seeking asylym because it was the most power empire on the country, similar to what they have been doing in England, when I read about the achievments of the blacks, it filled me with the kind of pride no white man could shake.

    The white family who raised always laugh about Nigeria and Africans like they are backwards, I always argued with them to the point they don’t really mention it no more, even with my niece who is mixed raced but has strong black features ie afro hair full lips and a round nose at first they would say how bad her hair was and how akward it was until I told them that’s it’s not hard or akward, it’s only like that if the person doing the hair doesn’t know what they are doing. I explained that if I was doing a white person’s hair and didn’t know how to do I would say the same thing, now they tell her, her hair is beautiful, sorry bout the long essay I could write a book on this subject maybe I will, but what I will say is this from someone who has experienced it, black kids shouldn’t be put with white families unless it is in a black area or the family agree to teach the child about his/her culture, otherwise they grow up messed up. Ben Douglas is messed up sorry to say, if a white man said he hated white culture, white history and white religion they would throw him in a mental institue.

  30. Chico- rei I must say that I’m impressed with you,. Because you had the will and the strong will at that to see beyond what you were shown. Man so many people such as Ben Douglas fell for everything he was taught. But amazingly enough you didn’t let anything anyone said stop you from having self pride in who you are. But I did find it funny how so many people are so small minded. I’m talking about seeing Boyz n Hood and thinking because you’re Black you’re like what they see in movies. And that’s another sad thing; people really believe what they see in the movies. Growing up in Harlem as a kid and seeing many things that were done…didn’t stop me from taking care of my business. Seeing people robbed, shot and so much more made me even more so determined to get out the ghetto and never go back. But I do go back from time to time because even though growing up there…it made me the man I am now. I had the best life lessons living in the ghetto. Do I glorify it…no way! Am I glad to not have to live there…hell yes! But I met some of the most amazing people there that taught me so much. Plus it doesn’t really matter where you came from…it matters where you go in life. So brother I say big ups to you! Because so many Black people are not proud of being Black. They would rather deny whom they are just to fit into the White world. Just like the Ben Douglas! But I’m sure in time his view of Black people and himself will change. The world will teach him just who he is… And who he is…is someone who comes from great people. He don’t appreciate that right now….but one day. So tell me how are your parents now? Meaning are they more sensitive to who you are as a Black man? And I agree with you 100% about white families not adopting Black kids if they won’t teach them their culture. Or if they don’t live in Black neighborhoods…or and ethnically diverse hood. Where there are other kids and people that look like them. I enjoyed the essay brother and have learned a few things myself from you. Oh do you still have the same friends from back then? Thanks man! Peace

    I agree with you, it’s better to leave him, but growing up in a white family is no excuse for him to be like that, I was brought up in a white family in Brighton a white area, by a white family who laughed about Africa there were only 5 black kids in the whole school I’m very serious, yet I have educated myself on black culture and history, and love being black the difference is when you grow up surrounded by black people you don’t realise you’re black when you grow up in a white area trust me everyday you know you’re black and to me it became more important
    Chico-re i must add reading what you had to say about growing up in a white household was deep to me. But what made you want to know who you are and where you came from. I mean how did you feel when they would laugh about Africa? I’m just curious please don’t be offended. But I’m sure all that you went through made you stronger….right? And it seems to have mad you a very proud BLACK MAN!!! PEACE Oh give me some more of that education about our people.lol!
    Hey man thanks for the reply, growing up in Brighton was very hard, the white family that raised me always taught me that race doesn’t matter yet when I went outside I saw the opposite,I grew up at the time when Boyz n Hood had just came out, suddenly I had white girls chasing me just because I was black, white kids asking do I sell crack and can I rap, PE teachers putting me on the right wing in football, saying things like he’s black he’s gotta be fast I’m being serious, lucky for me I am a very strong minded person so I done my own thing, that was the difference I’m strong minded I had one black friend we didn’t become friends because we were black we became friends because we had the same interests and love R&B which wasn’t mainstream big at the time, the rest of our friends were white and even though they hated us talking about black issues they came to accept it there they go again talking about black issues again, a couple of friends even said to me a few years back how much they respected me because I was proud of being black and done my own thing, he said at the time we used to take the piss, but now I see where you was coming from and have nothing but respect for you.
    I’m lucky in a way I know white people as much as they know themselves, and something Ben Douglas I hope you’re reading has to understand iss, white people never respect you when you talk about black people not needing culture, they like you but don’t respect you, because this country is built on culture and history and the reason why England is falling apart is because the culture and history is started to get blurred with so many immigrants coming into country, if you don’t thing hostory or culture matters, why do you think there is remembrance day, WW2 programmes are always on, we are taught about 1066, the plague the great fire of London, Lored Nelson, the only time white people culture doesn’t matter is when black people talk about it, we spend all the time justifying it and never doing it, why do you think Jews are so successful as a race, when they are a race who are hated as much as blacks, because they are proud of their history, their culture and draw strength from it.
    I always loved history at first all I learnt was white history about kings and queens of England and Europe then one day I was in school and there was picture of Olaudah Equiano a black man who fought against slavery in the UK something that is rarely mentioned in the UK I didn’t know who it was at the time, but thought to myself why don’t we learn about black people, I then went to the library and picked up a book called black diaspora where I learnt about slave resistance, it made me feel proud before then I always thought black people just accepted being slaves and never fought back, that opened my mind and instead of just learning about European history I started learning about African history and how Ancient Egypt was all black when the pyramids were bulit and how arabs came to the country seeking asylym because it was the most power empire on the country, similar to what they have been doing in England, when I read about the achievments of the blacks, it filled me with the kind of pride no white man could shake.
    The white family who raised always laugh about Nigeria and Africans like they are backwards, I always argued with them to the point they don’t really mention it no more, even with my niece who is mixed raced but has strong black features ie afro hair full lips and a round nose at first they would say how bad her hair was and how akward it was until I told them that’s it’s not hard or akward, it’s only like that if the person doing the hair doesn’t know what they are doing. I explained that if I was doing a white person’s hair and didn’t know how to do I would say the same thing, now they tell her, her hair is beautiful, sorry bout the long essay I could write a book on this subject maybe I will, but what I will say is this from someone who has experienced it, black kids shouldn’t be put with white families unless it is in a black area or the family agree to teach the child about his/her culture, otherwise they grow up messed up. Ben Douglas is messed up sorry to say, if a white man said he hated white culture, white history and white religion they would throw him in a mental institue.

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