It Ain't Just For Oil!
(Book Review by Carol Taylor)
The Keys To The Colors
Dr. Francis Cress Welsing
3rd World Press
One of the bench-marks of a classic piece of literature is its currency.
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, a Black Female Psychiatrist from
Early in this explosive tome, Dr. Welsing quotes a friend, Neely Fuller, Jr., in his Compensatory Code/System/Concept, (1971)- "If you do not understand white supremacy/racism - what it it, and how it works - everything else that you understand will only confuse you."
Dr. Welsing says that in a time of great change in circumstances, the most critical factor is non-white people's increasing understanding of the behavioral phenomenon of white supremacy as a global, terroristic power system. (my emphasis) She states decisively that white supremacy domination and oppression of all non-white people is essential for global white genetic survival - "In the collective white psyche, Black males represent the greatest threat to white genetic survival because only males (of any color) can impose sexual intercourse, and Black males have the greatest genetic potential (of all non-white males) to cause white genetic annihilation. Thus, Black males must be attacked and destroyed in a power system designed to assure white genetic survival.
She further states, in such modern application, "In the present era, truth and justice have been crushed by the global power system of white supremacy, making the existence of peace on the planet impossible under this reign of terror." (my emphasis)
(And here you thought the 'Global War Against Terrorism' was about some '
The apparent reason for the brain-white-washing education system in
Dr. Welsing is clear that no persons who classify themselves as white living in the United States of America (for that matter, in any area of the world) should presume to tell any Black person (or other non-white) what racism is or is not until they have read Kenneth O'Reilly's Racial Matters:The FBI's Secret File on Black America:1960-1972.
As I read through The Isis Papers, all of the color-bias incidents, fights and other hings which had been puzzling me for years seemed to fall into place in my head. I had been "fighting the good fight" - battling prejudice and color discrimination for years and yet many of those agonizing issues confounded me because I had never dreamed that the basic reason for those outrages was the fact that when whites look at Black males (especially) they see what to them means genetic annihilation! As Dr. Welsing states, "We Black people do not see the war being waged against us because we don't want to, and because we are afraid. We are engaging in behavior designed specifically to block out any awareness of the war - our true reality. Our behavior thus forces us into the insanity of hoping and begging - as opposed to the sanity of analysis, specific behavioral pattern designed and specific conduct in all areas of people activity:economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war."
Dr. Welsing's book covers even her trip to
As one reads this mistresspiece, it becomes patently clear that the ever-present danger to our children and our other Black relatives is not confined to one country. When one studies the wars which America has waged, (the Philippines, Rwanda, Cuba, Japan, Okinawa, the Sudan, Iraq, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Grenada, et al.) -most of them in the name of a democracy not even enjoyed by BlackFolk in America - they have been wars against nations whose citizens are predominantly of color!
Now, with The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation,-The Isis Papers:The Keys To The Colors, not only does Dr. Welsing lay out for anyone to understand, the reasons for our slaughter and deprivation, but she, the good author, explains in great detail exactly what we must do to ensure that our own annihilation does not take place.
There will be, I truly believe, statues of this incredible person who has done such an inestimable and continuing service to people of color all over this color-torn world. I only hope that she is accorded her true place in the annals of history before she leaves us.
I have never read a more insightful absolutely necessary book in my life.