Black Hate: Why Rachel Dolezal Went Black

Rachel’s brother, Ezra Dolezal said that his sister made a sudden shift to black, and threatened him not to out her.

“Say you’re my blood brother,” he claimed Rachel told him.

He had no reason to understand it. Had white people been so cruel to Rachel that she couldn’t stand them any more? That’s what one would think might cause Rachel to take the drastic step to leave “white privilege,” and come to the Dark Side…pun intended.

According to BuzzFeed,

Ezra believes the only reason his sister would change her identity was due to the racism she claimed to have encountered at Howard University, where she graduated with her master’s degree in fine art in 2002.

Rachel, he added, would often complain that she was treated poorly as one of only a few white students on a mostly black campus.

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“She used to tell us that teachers treated her differently than other people and a lot of them acted like they didn’t want her there,” Ezra said. “Because of her work in African-American art, they thought she was a black student during her application, but they ended up with a white person.”

He said that the experience made her angry, and it was then that Rachel started being “hateful to white people.”

Just so we’re clear – Rachel was mistreated by black people, so she decided to hate white people.

Yes, Rachel will make a fine black Liberal!

Don’t be mad at the people who wronged you; blame whitey, and LET THE HATE BEGIN.

Well lucky for Rachel, we do live in a time where “once you go black,” you can go back. And I bet she soon will.



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